Our Team has been the “Pioneer” in Dental Laboratory Business since 1994 and have introduced products like Porcelain Fused Metal (PFM) and Zirconia Crowns in U.P. and we aim to become a market giant in the Dental Industry through our various segments. ESD Lab is already successfully serving more than 120+ premium Dental Practitioners in Uttar Pradesh and plans to further expand their lab capabilities to on-board more doctors of Uttar Pradesh and further Pan India.
Zirconia crowns are a boon to the field of fixed prosthesis in dentistry to fulfil aesthetic needs of the patients
Acrylic resins prosthesis have been widely used in dentistry in the past but since higher quality materials have emerged, they have lost ground. Although they are still a game-changer in quite a few situations where all the advanced technology fails. This makes acrylic prosthetics one of the most important product of ESD Dental lab. Our team has been working on these prosthesis for more than 30 years now and excel in the same. Keeping in pace with recent advancements in lab technologies, we fabricate acrylic prosthesis too by CAD/CAM digitalization. More over we have a series/section of biofunctional dentures.
Aligners are the globally accepted alternatives today to convectional braces. They replace the cumbersome brackets and wire with a transparent, strong, thermoplastic material to guide teeth gently into their correct position. Wires used for movement in convectional braces may cut the soft tissue, the elastic used may also hurt and also they are aesthetically very poor. An in house team of dental technicians and professionals along with sophisticated 3D resin printers completely rules out all the disadvantages of convectional braces.
When there is a multiple teeth loss or the remaining teeth are incapable of supporting a fixed restoration,
A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw to support a dental
ESD Dental group has recently launched, the very first of its kind, ESD Dental lab app, fabricated for the doctors' convenience. This app is designed to ease the Doctor to lab communication, online ordering, in-app live tracking of all cases, online payment facility, latest offers and many more features to be added in the future.Read More
Digital intraoral scanners have become an ongoing necessity in the dental industry. An intraoral scanner is a handheld device used to directly create a digital impression of the oral cavity. No wonder more and more dental practices are realizing the need to enter the digital world— the future of dentistry.Read More
CAD/CAM dentistry is a field of dentistry and prosthodontics using CAD/CAMtechnology to improve the design and creation of dental restorations, especially dental prostheses. CAD/CAM designing allows the delivery of a well-fitting, aesthetic, and a durableprostheses for the patient. CAD/CAM complements earlier technologies used for these purposes by increasing the speed of design; increasing the convenience or simplicity of the design; and making possible restorations and appliances that otherwise would have been infeasible.Read More
CAD/CAM dentistry uses subtractive processes, Milling and additive processes, 3D printing to produce physical instances from CAD/CAM designs. Most CAD/CAM-directed manufacturing is milling based which uses rotary cutting tools to remove material by advancing a tool into the workpiece, which is usually a block/blank of material used,guided by a digitally produced CAD file. This may be done varying directions, axes, cutter head speed, and pressure.Read More
Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is a common 3D printing or additive manufacturing technique that is also referred to as selective laser melting (SLM). In this process, each layer of a part is created by aiming a laser at the powder bed in specific points in space, guided by a digitally produced CAD file. Once a layer is printed, the machine spreads more powder over the part and repeats the process. The process is ideal for printing Cr-Co metal alloy prothesis, with precise and Thinner margins and adaptations, uniform thickness, Accuracy and good internal fitting and Porosity free components.Read More
A key part of digital dentistry is the use of 3D model scanners. 3D model scanners capture dental models or impressions (negative imprints of a patient’s teeth and gums) in a laboratory setting,using a combination of cameras and light projection before transferring the result to a computer. The model is then converted from physical form to a digitalized 3D model .Read More
Resin 3D-printing is ideal for dental applications due to the nature of dental parts. All parts are one-off custom parts, but quite similar in shape and size. In the traditional industry most processes are executed by craftmanship. With digital scanning and fabrication, higher accuracy and better fitting dental appliances can be manufactured. Resin 3D-printing is typically operating in the 10 – 100 micron accuracy (depending on 3D-printer, software and material combination), this is ideal for dental partsRead More
Digital Smile Design is a concept used for treatment planning and communication in modern dentistry. The concept puts the patient in the center of attention, providing a good communication between the dental team as well as between the dental team and the patient. This will be giving a better understanding to everyone and great functional and aesthetic results.Read More
Although the primary purpose of using digital documentation in dentistry is for recording various aspects of clinical information in the facial and oral cavity, other benefits also accrue. Digital documentation is handy for medico-legal purposes, education, communication with patients, clinicians and laboratory, for portfolios, and marketing. This enhances the status of a dental practice and improve delivery of care to patients.Read More
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