ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROSPECTS FOR MANUFACTURE OF DENTISTS
ON CAD / CAM IMPLANTS FOR PATIENTS WITH PARTIAL ADDITION (REVIEW OF LITERATURE)
The development of medical science in general, and in particular dentistry, today is characterized by a process of mutual integration with technical innovations in order to improve the accuracy, efficiency of the treatment and diagnostic process, as well as optimizing the functioning of the healthcare system. The article contains a review of publications on the current state and prospects of manufacturing dentures on CAD/CAM implants for patients with partial adentia. In the process of the analytical review it was established that today the computer-aided design (CAD) system is actively used in various fields of economic activity. Many prostheses are made using CAD/CAM systems using various types of materials such as porcelain, composite resin and metal blocks. Even materials such as zirconia, which could not be manufactured by conventional methods previously due to technical limitations, can now be made by these systems. In addition, new materials are constantly being developed to improve the working platform through a combination of CAD/CAM technology, high-strength ceramics and modern composite cements, hydrofluoric acid, sand blasting. The available data provide promising results for CAD/CAM-based implant restorations.