It’s just a few steps to individual functional prosthetics
1. 3D X-ray scan of the patient
Scan with a CBCT system. The patient wears the SICAT Fusion Bite during the scan for the subsequent fusion of CBCT and JMT data.
2. Recording of lower jaw movement data
Lower jaw movement data such as guided opening movement, protrusion, and laterotrusion are recorded with the SICAT JMT+. Facebow and mandibular sensor communicate via ultrasound.
3. Optical surface scan
Capturing of optical surface scan data (SSI, SIXD or STL) of the patient with an intra-oral camera.
4. Integration of jaw movement data in CEREC
Fusion of optical surface scan data and mandible movement data with CBCT data directly within SICAT Function to visualize true patient-specific dynamics.
5. Measurement of parameters for CEREC articulator
Patient-individual measuring of all necessary parameters for the programming of the virtual articulator such as sagittal angle and Bennett angle. Arms and Balkwill angle will be calculated automatically.
6. Creation of restoration design
Determination of all parameters in a spreadsheet, transfer into the CEREC articulator and subsequent creation of the restoration design based on true dynamics of the lower jaw.