Let Watersedge be your guide into the exciting future of Digital Dentistry.
Not only can we receive any digital scan from any platform you currently use, but Watersedge offers direct support and guidance as you integrate these new technologies into your practice. As industry leaders bring these new technologies and processes into our community, the experts at Watersedge put them to the test, ensuring that only the very best developments get brought to you.
Onsite milling and 3D printing ensure the fastest possible turnaround on your digital workflow, without the costly additional fees levied by many in our industry for handling your digital files.
CAD/CAM technologies are quickly becoming more integrated into both the dental laboratory and operatory setting. The technology increases the efficiency of many processes by eliminating challenging to control variables and yet yields the same or superior results to what the traditional approach would have. Navigating the increasingly fast-paced world of our industry’s changing landscape can be a challenge. Watersedge is committed to the careful selection of the technologies that we utilize and recommend.
Partnering with Watersedge is a reliable asset that allows our clients to move calmly and confidently into the future.
If you have integrated the iTero scanning technology into your practice, we can help you fully leverage the system and maximize its value. Watersedge is an iTero Certified Partner Laboratory.
In addition to utilizing Sirona Connect orders for crowns and bridges, we can also use the inLab system to create custom abutments and models based on digital impressions.
A picture can speak a thousand words. Before fabricating a restoration or appliance, we can digitally capture an image of your case and send it to you for review. The digital age in which we live has enabled us to communicate with our clients like never before. Excellent communication leads to predictable results. One of our favourite quotes at Watersedge comes from George Bernard Shaw “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”