Workflows matter in one of the most important investment decisions of your career. - BY BEST PRACTICE
Will 2020 be the year you invest in CAD/CAM technology? Only you, the dentist and practice decision maker,
can answer a question that involves much more than the “glam” of state-of-the-art technology and an accompanying high price tag. Of course, ROI is at the heart of this decision, but so is your own readiness to rethink your workflows – and potentially incorporate some new ones.
If you’re a general dentist, CAD/CAM can have a transformative effect on your practice. You stand to benefit from a great return by keeping more procedures in-house, without having to refer patients to third parties. Alternatively, you can approach CAD/CAM as an “à la carte” option and select specific technologies that fit your needs. For instance, you can take a digital impression in-office, but send it instantly to a lab for fabrication.