There are two work modes for each module: Quick Mode and Advanced Edit Mode. Because Quick Mode uses preset parameters and includes all necessary design steps, it is usually sufficient to create dental restorations solely in this mode. In the program settings, all default parameters can be changed.
This mode includes crucial steps for the efficient dental restoration design. To finish the design process, adhere to the instructions located above the 3D data. Depending on the module chosen and the kind of dental restoration, the procedure might change. Selecting the teeth data, drawing margin lines, and sculpting the outer surface constitutes a typical workflow. It's possible that the pontic and connectors need to be modified when creating a dental bridge.
Advanced Editing Mode
The inner and outer surfaces of dental restorations can be edited more precisely in this mode using the tools and settings available. If you choose to work in this mode, more parameters will be available for adaptation and adjustment. Only this mode offers the ability to adjust the inner surface.
💡Advanced Edit Mode usage is optional.