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  • Welza made the first post
    Wally,  we recently upgraded to the 6.0 software and when scanning a full-arch in the pattern outlined and then generating the proposal, the anterior gingival tissue is attached to ghost data/tissue covering the facial area.    It doesn't show up on the ICE view or in the scan view, it's not until we generate in the…
    Wally Renne
    Wally Renne made the last post
    Bill would have to see the shot. We have romexis  6 and this is working for us.
    andrewrhunt made the first post
    Absolutely fantastic presentation on some of the many applications that the Planmeca system offers, Dr. Touchstone. Well presented and explained. Thanks!
    Raed Younes made the first post
    Hi Dr Kelliher can this feature be used with multiple crowns ? ans if so how can we utilize it . thanks
    KMPhilpot made the last post
    How great is this!!!! I've been waiting a long time for it, Can't wait to update and try it THANK YOU SO MUCH! Have a great holiday. Karen from Dr. Harman & Dr. Hawley's office
    npathan made the first post
    awesome video
    bhurris5 made the last post
    This is beautiful, great job! Would like to do some anterior CAD cases, but have not mastered the smile design feature like you have.
    rlinndmd made the first post
    This training video will teach you how to design e.max bridges with either the new or the classic system (software version 4.6 or later).How to design e.max Bridges
    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher made the last post
    Sorry I missed this post, yes when I fire a bridge (or any restoration) I just use a bit of object fix in each abutment.  Normally I'll peg one of the abutments, do the stain and glaze, and then put the second peg in.  And remember you'll need to use the regular size firing tray…
    jekaro made the first post
    Stay with your patient and begin prepping in as little as 90 seconds by buffering Lidocaine with the Onset® approach to anesthesia. The E4D Time Saving Tips series will give you the tools you need to reduce your procedure times by at least 30 minutes. Rapid Onset Anesthesia made the first post
    If you want a mill that works smoothly and doesn't give you trouble, it's important to do regular maintenance. We'll show you how ...How to maintain your mill made the first post
    Your potential patients may not know that you offer one-visit dentistry – and they may not even know what one-visit dentistry is! Find out how you can reach potential patients who are looking for a dentist and who aren’t looking but need a dentist with a mix of internet marketing strategies designed to help them understand one-visit… made the last post
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    Robert Garelick made the first post
    Better, faster scans!  More margin definition!  Streamlined workflow!  Watch this video to learn how to leverage the v5.6 update of Planmeca PlanCAD software.  The update is free as is this video, enjoy. Planmeca PlanCAD v5.6 Software Update
    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher made the first post
    With the release of Planmeca PlanCAD v5.6, the workflow for full arch scans changes significantly. The scan lock in built in now, changes and additions to the scan are made without generating a model first and the overall result is faster and more accurate.  Watch this video to learn how to leverage the new full…
    Robert Garelick made the last post
    Alex, when I scan the opposing and the bite, will the software orient things correctly without that initial reference point?
    Alex Touchstone
    Alex Touchstone made the first post
    Our patient needs a molar root canal.  Why not complete the root canal AND the post-crown in one visit?  This video shows you how to manage prep geometry, milling parameters and workflow for the single visit root canal / endo crown procedure using Planmeca CADCAM. The Endo Crown
    Alex Touchstone
    Alex Touchstone made the last post
    I would like to clarify one "detail" I presented in the video - the recommendation I made to mill the post-crown in detailed mode using a C14 e.max block. SOS strongly recommends against doing this because there is a risk for breakage of the detailed milling bur. My experience is that I have not had…
    jumbojeffs made the first post
    Dr. Wally Renne has really useful suggestions for how to trick your software into letting you design a Maryland-style bridge.Software tricks for designing a Maryland-style bridge
    jumbojeffs made the last post
    Hi WallyI am planning to do first anterior Maryland bridge. Pontic is tooth #7 and will be 6.5 to 7mm wide. Assuming normal sized wings, what typically is the block size? Do I need bridge blocks or just the L blocks? ThanksDavid Stebbins
    snowyghostowl made the first post
    It's important to back up your patient data and store it securely. We'll walk you through how to save a copy of your data to an external hard drive.How to back up your patient data
    Mark Carl
    Mark Carl made the last post
    Romexis seems to store the data for the crowns in the romexis_images folder. I have not figure out were the patient data is keep yet
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