Today's dental CAD/CAM technology offers a broad scope of solutions and workflows. As you start or grow your digital department, you have several important decisions to make, such as which technology will start moving your lab in the right direction.

 If you are looking to provide milled restorations, such as zirconia crowns and bridges, milled temporaries, glass ceramic crowns, or waxups to burnout for RPD frameworks or C&B, or for castings or pressable ceramics, then you’ll need a dependable mill. The next decision is wet or dry.

Dry mills are perfect for zirconia, PMMA or wax milling materials, but wet milling is necessary if you’re going to provide your accounts with glass ceramic restorations, i.e. eMax CAD, etc.

Join Ian O'Neill, Eastern U.S. Sales Manager for Roland DGA, to review your productivity options with the DWX mills. Labs today need the best production value for their money as they increase the volume of work they produce. Find out why Roland/DGSHAPE could be the right choice for you and your team by watching the webinar Maximizing Your Production with Roland DG DWX Wet and Dry Mills


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