inLab CAD/CAM – Solutions for the dental laboratory
Digital dental processes must reflect the reality of the plethora of dental indications and material options that exist today and must also be equipped to deal with CAD/CAM supported dental work in the future. With its flexible combination of software and hardware components, inLab makes many patient-specific solutions for design and material processing possible, supported by an extensive material offering.
Let the ultraprecise inEos X5 desktop scanner be the starting point of your high quality dental prosthesis work – for a comfortable, precise digital prosthetic workflow. Or use Sirona Connect to obtain direct digital impression data from the dentist.
With its tools, the inLab CAD software makes virtual design possible in all prosthetic indication areas – and thus satisfies the demands of modern dental technicians for an up-to-date design software solution.
The variety of materials is perfectly harmonized with the machining options offered by the inLab MC X5 and inLab MC XL production units. Depending on the material, they support grinding or milling, wet or dry processing of the restorations you have designed.
Whether a scanner, software, production units or materials:
the inLab components from Dentsply Sirona are optimized for the daily routine of dental technicians. They are a digital tool for dental expertise and skill.
Choose between in-house and central production at any time
Participate in multiple material processing, so that you can carry out your daily tasks freely
Use the Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM- components as a system or combine them with the solutions from other manufacturers
Take advantage of the financial benefits that become available to you through the extreme variability of the system and its components
The accuracy of the results of the inEos X5 with inLab CAD SW 16 was verified according to DIN EN ISO 12836.2015. The demonstrated accuracy on standard “bridge” test specimens was at 2.1 ± 2.8μm, and on standard “inlay” test specimens, 1.3 ± 0.4 μm.