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Why choose our CAD/CAM solutions for universities and large clinics?

Be ready for the future now

CEREC offers future security and opens up diverse career perspectives.

Be part of the digital age

Digital technologies will accompany students from the preclinic through daily clinical practice to postgraduate training.

Support your teaching

prepCheck as software supported evaluation of preparations to incorporate digital technologies at your faculty.

Offer improved training standards

CEREC is a recognized method in computerized prosthetics manufacture and the only system to provide a complete workflow.

"I am pleased that our students really appreciate the value of the training offered at the university. It also makes it clear to me that digital dentistry and CAD/CAM sytems represent both the present and the way forward in dentistry. Here we anticipate further innovations linked to virtual reality technologies and simulated training environments."

Dr. Gilbert Jorquera Rivera - Head of the Digital Dentistry Division at the University de los Andes in Santiago de Chile

Solutions for the dental laboratory

Dentsply Sirona provides standardized system technology with seamless digital workflows, and our inLab solutions make exchanging data and information between the practice and dental lab both easier and faster for clinicians and technicians.

Digital dental processes must reflect the reality of the plethora of dental indications and material options that exist today and must also be equipped to deal with CAD/CAM supported dental work in the future. With its flexible combination of software and hardware components, inLab makes many patient-specific solutions for design and material processing possible, supported by an extensive material offering.

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  1. Source: Exevia GmbH dental patient survey, November 2015
  2. Source: Posselt, Kerschbaum, Longevity of 2328 chairside CEREC Inlays and Onlays, Int J Comput Dent. (2003)