CAD/CAM Abutments

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Anti Rotational Titanium BaseAnti Rotational Titanium Base
Anti Rotational Titanium Base
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Titanium Base For Multi Unit 1.6Titanium Base For Multi Unit 1.6
Titanium Base For Multi Unit 1.6
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GDT CAD-CAM Powder Scanning SprayGDT CAD-CAM Powder Scanning Spray
GDT CAD-CAM Powder Scanning Spray
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Rotational Titanium BaseRotational Titanium Base
Rotational Titanium Base
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PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.6PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.6
PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.6
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CAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.6 Analog 3DCAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.6 Analog 3D
CAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.6 Analog 3D
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PEEK Body Scan
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CAD/CAM Analog 3DCAD/CAM Analog 3D
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Titanium Body ScanTitanium Body Scan
Titanium Body Scan
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Titanium Scan Body - Slim PlatformTitanium Scan Body - Slim Platform
Titanium Scan Body - Slim Platform
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Titanium Base For Multi Unit 1.4Titanium Base For Multi Unit 1.4
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Angulated Anti Rotational Titanium BaseAngulated Anti Rotational Titanium Base
Angulated Anti Rotational Titanium Base
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CAD/CAM Analog 3D - Slim PlatformCAD/CAM Analog 3D - Slim Platform
CAD/CAM Analog 3D - Slim Platform
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Rotational Titanium Base - Slim PlatformRotational Titanium Base - Slim Platform
Rotational Titanium Base - Slim Platform
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PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.4PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.4
PEEK Body Scan For Multi Unit 1.4
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CAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.4 Analog 3DCAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.4 Analog 3D
CAD/CAM Multi Unit 1.4 Analog 3D
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Anti Rotational Titanium Base - Slim PlatformAnti Rotational Titanium Base - Slim Platform
Anti Rotational Titanium Base - Slim Platform
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Motor Mount For Angulated Titanium BasesMotor Mount For Angulated Titanium Bases
Motor Mount For Angulated Titanium Bases
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Angulated Rotational Titanium BaseAngulated Rotational Titanium Base
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FAQs

CAD stands for Computer Assisted Design while CAM stands for Computer Assisted Manufacturing. These are both parts of the same process that uses specialized computer software to design and manufacture implant abutments. In most cases, CAD/CAM abutments are made from titanium steel which is well known for its hygienic properties, strength, and corrosion resistance. However, CAD/CAM abutments can also be made from Telio CAD abutment blocks, which is a durable material that can be polished and shaped into a natural appearance.
The fact that designing and manufacturing abutments using advanced computer software is a lot more efficient makes the use of CAD/CAM processes a lot more beneficial to both patients and dentists. This software allows the technician to create their emergence profile between a crown and an implant, with the crown margin's depth being easily customized. Using computers is a lot more accurate than hand-drawn orthographic impressions. It is also possible to print, copy, and share multiple copies of the desired customized abutment. In case a mistake is made during the drawing phase, it can be easily corrected without any major loss of time or materials.
As with all modern technology, CAD/CAM abutments have their disadvantages that dentists and patients need to know. The obvious downside of this process is that it requires a lot of processing power to render the abutment drawing. Additionally, the CAD process also requires a lot of modern components that can be quite costly. As such, it may not be the ideal solution for every situation or budget. However, it is always important to carefully evaluate the pros and cons of any process before making a decision. When that is done, many people will realize that the few disadvantages of using the CAD/CAM abutment process are clearly outweighed by its many benefits, which makes the extra investment worthwhile for all parties involved.
On the dentist's part, switching from traditional abutment drawing to using a sophisticated CAD/CAM system can require a lot of investment. It can cost anywhere between $30,000 and $100,000 for in-house restoration and fabrication. Also, the 3D printers required to render the final product can cost around $50,000 for the high-end models. As such, a good dentist will have to consider how much of that money invested into their CAD/CAM abutment process they will be able to make back.