Frequently asked questions

Digital dental impressions and conventional dental impressions

The great advantage of digital fingerprinting is practical. By avoiding physical contact, they eliminate the many inconveniences caused by traditional impression taking. Very few patients enjoy taking conventional impressions, which are made using a paste mold that must be held in the mouth for two to three minutes, i.e. the time it takes for the impression to harden. Not only is this technique not very comfortable, it can also cause nausea.

Classic dental impressions (in platinum)

What's more, digital impressions are far more precise than their conventional equivalents, enabling the creation of appliances that are more closely adapted to the shape of the teeth.

All modern personalization processes are based on digital impressions. Computer work is therefore essential, enabling each tooth to be virtually separated to create a model of the final occlusion.

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