Integrating digital processes into your lab

Ralph Riquer discusses how digital processes can be used to save time and money in your laboratory. Digital restoration design is gaining in popularity. At the outset, the only way to design inlays, crowns, and bridges using CAD (computer-aided designing) was by hand. But now, more and more indications, such as…

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