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Royal Dental Laboratory (RDL)

Royal Dental Lab has used world’s latest and most advanced technology for making crown and bridges for long term dental prosthesis with the help of in house CAD-CAM technology, Sintering and 3D printing. With state-of-art technologies and equipment from across the globe, Royal Dental Lab has developed seamless processes from planning to designing and execution of prosthesis.

Royal Dental Lab established its in- house manufacturing unit in 1989 and made crowns and bridges for long-term dental prosthesis such as in-house CAD- CAM (Computer Aided Designing- Computer Aided Manufacturing) technology and 3D printing. In recent times, its superior solutions for oral care has given remarkably outstanding results. Not surprisingly, each day at Royal Dental Lab goes by in more research and developmental work, which, in turn, enables them to innovate solutions in the world of dentistry.

Patients at Royal Dental are shown their dental scans both before and after their treatment. Despite its same-day solutions, its patients are advised regular necessary check-ups and teeth balancing along with maintaining their teeth in good health post the one-day treatment. In addition to ‘same day fixed teeth’, Royal Dental Clinics has carved a niche for itself with its Full-mouth Rehabilitation or Beautification procedures.

Royal Dental Technologies

3D Imaging, Carestream - CS 9300

CS 9300 was introduced at Royal in 2018 and has been ideal for our dental and maxillofacial practices due to its highest FOV value. Even airway analysis and super imposing the CBCT scan to get the 3-D printing from our in-house 3-D printer. It features dual modality panoramic and 3D imaging with exceptional detail and range, which helps perfect all-in-one solution for our practice. Its all-in-one system in addition to 2D and 3D diagnostic imaging gives us precise digital 3D models for other applications, including cosmetic surgeries, periodontics and endodontics surgeries and implant planning. Along with its exceptional 3D imaging capabilities, the CS 9300 also features 2D digital panoramic imaging with variable focal trough technology and can even be upgraded to include one-shot cephalometric imaging. 2D options include standard panoramic, segmented panoramic, maxillary sinus and TMJ cephalometric option. This combination would be helpful even in planning of most complicated surgeries related to head and neck region. This scanning procedure helps us to understand the concerns of our patients within few seconds while they are on the dental chair. We can even deliver results on the same day as desired by the patient.

3D Imaging, Carestream - CS 8100

An award-winning creation from Carestream was introduced at Royal in 2017. This CS 8100 delivers powerful imaging capabilities through an easy-to-use and compact system that meets our everyday imaging needs. The positioning is good and it has faster image acquisition at high image quality. The system is ideal for our practice and helps to scan patients in few minutes.

  • Easily accessible for patients standing or sitting, and in wheelchairs.
  • Three anatomical programs intuitively adapt to patients’ jaw morphology.
  • Open design, face-to-face positioning and clear instructions help position patients correctly.

This scanning procedure helps us to understand the concerns of our patients within few seconds while they are on the dental chair. We can even deliver results on the same day as desired by the patient.

Extraoral Scanning, Medit - Identica T500

Dental casts is a copy of patient’s teeth and mouth structures for diagnostic purposes and are used as models for further casting of dental prosthetics such as bridges, crowns, implants, dentures, and partial dentures. We use Meditcoloured-scanner for a powerful scan of this cast and bite of our patients. Its evolutionary design and high- tech features helps us to get precise scanning at our lab. It has unsurpassed speed, accuracy and reliability such that our treatment planning can be done precisely. With the high-speed camera and projector, we can scan a full arch in just few seconds and this helps us to plan our treatment and results on same day.

3D Printing, Formlabs - Form 2

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing in our practice allows us to produce crowns very quickly, as the process can be done by the person scanning and planning itself. It makes possible to get a scan of the patient’s teeth, model it and to directly print the crown. We have planned cases and the print quality and precision is excellent along with reliable and predictable results. Dental 3D printing is a key at Royal lab for modern dentistry, as it really helps for customization and treatment planning. Additive manufacturing also has an important role in dental implant surgery including zygomatic implant surgeries. It is actually possible to create a 3D model to replace a missing tooth with more accuracy than with traditional methods. We can even produce crowns very quickly by scanning the patient’s teeth, modelling it and printing the crown.The adoption of 3D printing into our dental lab has enabled efficient workflow for dentists and technicians. We at Royal Dental Clinics and our in-house lab, have been one of the most early adopters of 3d printing technology in India.

Computer Aided Designing, Exocad - Valletta 2.2

The start of every engineering process begins in the world of CAD. Our Exocad offers an integrated software solution that guarantees the seamless functionality of the digital workflow – from virtual, prosthetic-oriented implant planning with exoplan to designing surgical guides with our Guide Creator. The software supports the design of dental restorations that can be produced at chair-side: inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics. We have extended capabilities in the Excoad, so as to do digital smile designing, creation of implant prosthesis, creation of provisional without crown cutting, creation of surgical splints, creation of surgical guides etc.

Computer Aided Manufacturing

CAD-CAM dentistry is a field of dentistry and prosthodontics using CAD-CAM (Computer-Aided-Design and Computer-Aided-Manufacturing) to improve the design and creation of dental restorations, especially dental prostheses, including crowns, crown lays, veneers, inlays and onlays, fixed dental prostheses bridges, dental implant supported restorations, dentures (removable or fixed), and orthodontic appliances. CAD-CAM technology allows the delivery of a well-fitting, aesthetic, and durable prostheses for the patient.

CAM is an application technology that uses computer software and machinery to facilitate and automate manufacturing processes. It uses computer-driven manufacturing processes for enhanced and streamlined manufacturing, efficient design and superior machinery automation. Without CAM, there is no CAD. CAD focuses on the design of a product or part. How it looks, how it functions. CAM focuses on how to make it.

Xtcera - X-Mill 300

X-mill 300 is a four-axis joint dental carving and milling machine which has an integrated design, so that the work area can be simplified. It has 4-axis dry milling processing which helps mill inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics.

CORiTEC 350i - imes - icore

The CORiTEC 350i processing system is an innovative machine concept, developed to meet our requirements of modern CAD/CAM processing. The processing of all relevant prosthesis materials of Composite Resin (SAPT.resin, SAPT.CemResin, SAPT.3Dresin), PMMA (Royal.multiCOM), Porcelain/Zirconia, High- impact polymer (SAPT.HIPC) and SAPT.BioPEEK is possible with a single machine system, virtually without restrictions. Its 5-axes simultaneous wet/dry processing for exceptional speed and precision is commendable. 350i’s process capability for all dental materials including metals for greatest versatility. Along with the 5-axis CORiTEC 350i – imes – icore, we also have a number of 4-axis imported machines for CAM.

Dental Loupes

A loupe is a simple small magnification device used to see small details more closely. Dental loupes rely on the refraction of light through lenses to magnify the object in question. Our dentists constantly have their work on display in every smile that walks out of our practice. These equipment’s help to give superior visualization and provides advances in surgical loupes, surgical headlights, and safety.

Designs4Vision Loupes

The purpose of D4V loupes is to enhance and magnify an image to the highest quality results in dental procedures. It offers exclusive telescope design with precision coated optics for the best possible vision through the lens and easy peripheral vision around the telescope.

Keeler Loupes

Keeler Prismatic loupes offer magnifications of 3.5x which is higher magnification with prismatic optics, guaranteeing edge to edge clarity and precise color rendition. Keeler loupes are laser aligned and treated with anti reflective coating to produce a superior image.

Furnace, Zubler Sintering - V200

Dental sintering furnaces are used to process dental zirconia after it has been milled into a crown, bridge, framework or other restoration. These furnaces are capable of reaching the extremely high temperatures required to sinter zirconia to its final hardness. The sintering process involves pressure as well as heat, reduces the porosity and increases the density of ceramic materials such as zirconia. During the sintering process zirconia undergoes a significant amount of shrinkage which is why we maintain healthy cement space for our patient crowns. Our Zubler V200 has high-quality molybdenum disilicide heating elements that reach an end temperature of 1650°C. Through this property they attain a significantly longer service life.  The dental crowns and frameworks are placed in sintering trays which are filled with a bed of zirconium support beads. The trays are designed to fit exactly in the furnace chamber. The bed of zirconia beads allows for a sintering process with low friction and results in distortion-free frameworks.

Furnace, Zubler Ceramic - S400

The heating coils used by Zubler in ceramic ovens radiate at temperatures far above 1000°C during the sintering phase. Even when firing a full tray of patient crowns at the same time, the results are identical, even without increasing the final temperature. The importance of the sintering process in the manufacture of restorations from zirconium oxide in everyday laboratory practice has long been underestimated.