Q & M Dental Group Malaysia recently organised an introduction to Computer-aided Design and Computer-aided Manufacturing (CAD CAM) at Dorsett Grand Subang, for the media and trade partners. CAD CAM utilises minimally invasive techniques through imaging processes such as CNC milling and 3D printing as a substitute for conventional moulded impressions, allowing faster and more accurate fabrication of dental prosthesis, inlays and crowns in addition to streamlining prosthodontic procedures that would have been prohibitively costly for both the patient and dental practitioner prior. Q & M Dental Group Malaysia will soon be embarking into implementing CAD CAM infrastructures in all the company’s nine outlets in Klang Valley, Johor Bahru and Melaka with plans of horizontal expansion to further entrench the expertise in local clinical and laboratory settings. As a result, the group has also acquired AR Dental Supplies and Aidite Manufacturing. The former is a new subsidiary that boasts three decades of familiarity when it comes to supplying dental materials and equipment while the latter is a recently acquired manufacturer in China that specialises in Zirconia and glass ceramic blocks.
27 November 2014
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