Sirona Dental Systems has released its new inLab SW 4.0, offering dental laboratories an extended spectrum of indications for the popular inLab CAD/CAM system, as well as a completely revised user interface. New design tools further enhance the flexibility and versatility of this sophisticated system.
Sirona will commence deliveries of the new inLab SW 4.0 immediately. New and existing users will benefit equally from the expanded and improved functions for the computer-aided production of dental restorations. The seamless workflow for scanning, designing and milling has been retained and is now integrated into a modern and intuitive user interface. The user is guided step by step through the production process, while at the same time enjoying a high degree of flexibility.
The impressive range of clinical
indications has been extended to include telescopes, bars and attachments - applications which previously required time-consuming wax-ups. The user
can modify the virtual restoration directly on the screen. The new design and
visualization functions minimize search times and mouse movements. Modifications to the restoration are displayed immediately. A further new feature is
the parallel design and processing of
multiple restorations (e.g. in the upper and lower jaws), irrespective of the indication and chosen material. This facilitates a streamlined workflow and delivers aesthetic and functional restoration results.
inLab SW 4.0 allows the user to receive digital impressions. The Sirona Connect web portal (formerly CEREC Connect) offers extended possibilities and increased convenience. For example, only one SLA model is required for multiple restorations in the upper and lower jaws. Wax-ups and existing occlusal surfaces can be scanned and then integrated into the final restoration. Sirona Connect is the only solution on the market that is capable of transmitting such supplementary scans.