For many years conventional, systematic and well-established protocols have been used in the field of prosthetic rehabilitation. With these methods satisfactory results were obtained in terms of medical expectations, and often exceeded those of patients.

Over time, the appearance of new technologies and new materials has allowed the dental team to create prosthetic rehabilitations with a precision that were previously very difficult to obtain. Currently, intraoral exploration technology is one of the most interesting and most future areas of dentistry. In fact, the 3D digitalization of oral structures facilitates a wide range of procedures in the different fields of dentistry, as well as in prosthetics, aesthetics, implantology and orthodontics.

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The intraoral scanners currently available overcome many of the limitations and disadvantages of traditional printing procedures, maintaining a high level of precision, and making them an effective alternative to conventional printing techniques.

These courses show new digital technologies and advanced materials with the experience gained through the use of traditional techniques to provide restorations with optimal strength, aesthetics and function.

Many cases are presented, highlighting the protocols acquired with the application of new materials, continuous development of new technologies and demonstrating a level of quality in the results that is equal to or superior to that achieved with the use of conventional methods.