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While teledentistry (TD) is not a new practice, it became a truly invaluable one during the COVID-19 pandemic. With patients unable or reluctant to come to the practice, TD allowed dental professionals to maintain a connection and continue to provide care. As we move beyond the pandemic, we expect that TD will continue to be an important tool in the provision of dental care. Here, we discuss how this may look as we move forward.
3D printing technology has already revolutionized industries like design, engineering, defense and aerospace. In recent years, it’s had a growing impact on the dental profession too. In this article, we discuss the numerous applications, advantages and limitations of 3D printing in dentistry.
A considerable amount of time, effort and money goes into complex restorative work including crowns or bridges.