The accuracy of crown and bridgework is determined by the accuracy of the initial impression-taking process. As it currently stands, preparing trays, taking and extracting impressions, shipping, pouring models and trimming dies all present their own set of variables that ultimately jeopardises the precision and efficacy of a clinician’s work. The result can often be a restoration that leads to expensive increases in chairtime, costly remakes and unhappy patients.
With Sirona’s CEREC AC Connect BlueCam, now available from SCDL, you can access our 'toll-free digital highway' and begin taking picture-perfect impressions every time!
The CEREC system has one of the longest-standing heritages in the dental imaging history. Its origin dates back to 1980 when it was first introduced by Drs Mormann and Brandestini at the University of Zurich. The system’s concept of an in-office chair-side CAD/CAM fabrication of ceramic restorations was among the very first of its kind. Ever since then, this technology has undergone major reinventions, especially from the early 1990s when the system was further developed by research teams at Siemens (and later Sirona), a giant in the industry. With such a concrete and reputable foundation, the 5th generation of the system, the CEREC AC Connect Bluecam, is without a doubt an absolute state-of-the-art digital impressioning device. What's more, your valuable time is now freed up from chairside milling, as the CEREC AC Connect allows you to simply scan and send.
The major features and benefits of the CEREC AC Connect BlueCam are:
Precise acquisition of oral structures, accurate to within 19 microns, by the cutting-edge LED BlueCam housed in the scanning wand
Quick transmission of your digital impression to SCDL via the CEREC Connect portal means we can provide clinical advice, feedback and discuss case parameters while the patient is still chair-side
Friendly user experience - the BlueCam senses when the area is in focus and automatically captures the image
Speed of use, with half-arch impressions commonly acquired in a single streamlined operation that takes no more than 40-60 seconds