Screw the PiC transfers onto the patient's implants and bring the PiC camera closer to obtain the implants positions in less than a minute.Learn More
The next step is the acquisition of the contours of the soft tissues and the adjacent teeth via conventional impression or an intraoral scanner.Learn More
The PiC file with the implants positions interrelated and the soft tissue registration are aligned in a dental CAD software.Learn More
One minute capture
Patient move allowed
All implant platforms
Sterilizable 1.000 cycles
Screw retained coded transfer
Open STL file
CAD/CAM system integration
Unalterable interrelated positions
Efficient Full Arch workflow
Proprietary prostheses protocols
The PiC transfers are custom manufactured for every implant platform. The four white dots identify each abutment by a photogrammetry code. The PiC transfers are engage or non engage and are screwed in the patient implants or transepithelial abutments. The PiC transfers can be manufactured for all implant brands, models and platforms.
The PiC file is the result of the PiC transfer positions measured by the PiC camera. Each coded transfer results in a vector file that obtains the position and orientation of each implant where the geometry of the implant platform is related to an STL file. The PiC file does not contains organic shapes like teeth or gingiva, only the positions of the related implants are obtained, therefore, the soft tissues and / or adjacent teeth must be registered, as well as the antagonist and the intermaxillary relation.
Apart from the time of registering the soft tissues, the antagonist with the occlusion and discarding the time to screw the transfer, which depends on the number of implants, the capture usually takes less than a minute.
The PiC camera is verified by the VDI / VDE 2634 standard with an accuracy of 10 microns (<10 μm) in an approximate measurement area of 150x150 mm.Every PiC transfer is meticulously manufactured and calibrated with precision quality control machines of less than 0.25 microns (<0.25 μm).
Of course! But it must be an experienced laboratory in CAD / CAM systems and be familiar with 3D printers, milling machines and implant libraries.
“PiC dental is the missing link for digital workflow obtaining passive fit on full arch implant restorations"
“The PiC camera gives me the confidence needed for immediate load rehabilitations, saving time and patient appointments"
“In our clinic we use the PiC camera for full arch immediate loading and 'All on X' rehabilitations. Thanks to PiC dental we ensure passive fit saving time and costs"
“I don't care the number of implants or their angulations, PiC dental simplify my practice and reduce the x-ray time exposition"
"PiC dental has been the missing link we needed in our digital ecosystem to make sure we can offer entirely digital "All-on-X" implant rehabilitations to our patients with complete confidence for long-term success."