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The MEDIT Times - Best Practices of September 2022

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We continue to be astounded by the amazing works that our users share on social media.

We hope cases like those below inspire more users to bring creative digital workflows to their clinics!

We also want you to share your workflow and useful tips with us by joining the Medit Users Group on Facebook or by emailing us at mktg@medit.com.

Those featured in the MEDIT Times will receive a box of tips (valued at USD 300) as a small thank you gift.

We always love to hear your feedback!

 


 

Full Arch Rehabilitation

By Mohammad Muwafi

 

HubSpot Video

 

This is Dr. Mohammad Muwafi's digital prosthetic workflow starting from a converted denture.

 

Full Arch Rehabilitation - The MEDIT Times - Medit

 

These are photos of a patient's edentulous smile and the same patient healing at five months post-operative. "Look at the vertical palatal mucosal shelf that will blend nicely with the convex final contours!"

 

Full Arch Rehabilitation - The MEDIT Times - Medit

 

The patient was served with fixed complete implant-supported zirconia bridges, following the dual-scan protocol with the MEDIT i500 scanner.

 

Full Arch Rehabilitation - The MEDIT Times - Medit

 

"The ultimate goal of digital dentistry is to be able to provide a restoration without the need to make any physical records for the patient."

 


 

Medit Smile Design

By Gérard Duminil

 

HubSpot Video

 

"Medit Smile Design was used by the lab to create shapes for definitive crowns and to show the patient the final result before anything was done physically!"

 

For more on Medit Smile Design, please click here.

 


 

Cephalometric Analysis with Medit Design

By Atsushi Yamashita

 

HubSpot Video

 

Protocol

  1. Import STL data into Medit Design.
  2. Use Create Section in Measurement Mode to draw lines to anatomical points required for cephalometric analysis.
  3. Create a long and thin bar in the form of STL data and import it into Medit Design.
  4. Using the points displayed in Create Selection, display the lines required for analysis and use the lines to display the angle of the three points.

 

For more on Medit Design, please click here.