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Where do I find the libraries with the prosthetic components to design prostheses and how can I use them in the RealGUIDE software?

The RealGUIDE software being very flexible allows you to use the prosthetic components for the fabrication of prostheses in two different modes. 
Mode 1: during the implant planning phase to make immediately loaded temporaries or abutments or healing abutments in the RealGUIDE CAD software. 
Mode 2: Use the prosthetic components directly in the RealGUIDE CAD software like normal dental CAD software by importing scanbody or scanabutment scans to fabricate definitive prostheses.

Mode1:
In the implant planning software by simply selecting it if available, so that it can be loaded and displayed during implant planning and used in the RealGUIDE CAD software for the construction of immediately loaded temporaries:




Various prosthetic components can be loaded if they are present in the library, such as titanium bases, tapered abutments, ball attachments, etc., and loaded directly into the RealGUIDE CAD software for the construction of immediately loaded temporaries:


Secondary prostheses such as multi-unit abutments can also be loaded to be used directly in the RealGUIDE CAD software for the construction of immediately loaded temporaries:




Secondary abutments can be loaded onto the multi-unit abutments to be used directly in the RealGUIDE CAD software for the construction of immediately loaded temporaries, but it is necessary to activate the display of secondary components option at the bottom right of the images:




Scanbodies or scanabutments can also be loaded, which can now also be imported ditectly and used in the RealGUIDE CAD software for the construction of immediately loaded temporaries such as abutments/healing abutmentsbut it is necessary to activate the display of secondary components option at the bottom right of the images:




Mode 2:
Using the RealGUIDE CAD software you import the scanbody or scanabutment scans. When recording the position of the implant through the marker, you click on the icon to import the prosthetic component libraries for the CAD system highlighted in the image (currently if you have a need, on request we can provide you with a wide range of libraries with the prosthetic components to be used for reconstructions) :




A graphic window will open where you will have to click on the folder setting button containing all your libraries as shown in the picture:




You will select and import the MASTER folder that contains all the prosthetic libraries for the CAD system (currently, if you require, we can provide you with a wide range of libraries with the prosthetic components to be used for reconstructions on request):




Once the libraries have been imported, the necessary library and prosthetic components are selected:





The pairing, technically called "matching", will be performed by clicking on the marker scan at the red dot in the preview window of the component with the marker selected, as can be seen from the image the prosthetic library component has been paired on the marker scan and at this point we proceed with the design of the reconstruction:






Data di creazione: 08/07/2022 17:33 (poma@3diemme.it)      Ultimo aggiornamento: 14/07/2022 16:31 (poma@3diemme.it)
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