Exocad, an Align Technology company, today announced the release of Partialcad 3.0 Galway, its module for removable partial denture frameworks, with new and advanced features for the design of high-quality partial dentures.
This new release enhances digital CAD/CAM possibilities for Exocad users and dental technicians. It provides simpler design solutions for complex cases.
Partialcad 3.0 Galway provides both experts and new users with smooth, improved integration with Dentalcad, Exocad’s leading software for dental laboratories.
‘With Partialcad 3.0 Galway, we give dental experts more flexibility in their design workflow,’ said Tillmann Steinbrecher, CEO and cofounder of Exocad. ‘Custom partial dentures can be created and used quickly. This helps those who require or request partials to smile brighter and improve their quality of life.’
Partialcad 3.0 Galway benefits
The Partialcad 3.0 Galway release includes a range of new tools and benefits. These empower dental professionals through more design freedom.
Highlights of the new module include:
- Accurate fits from attachment-based partial framework designs without needing to scan the attachment itself or the accessory parts
- Smooth interaction of the crown-and-bridge workflow and partial-framework workflow. Allows comfortable reverse planning of the whole restoration
- Integration of partial framework design with Dentalcad. Enables the design of multiple separate elements like framework, teeth and gingiva
- Reverse planning with exportable teeth and gingiva. And the possibility to seamlessly combine secondary telescopic crowns with partial frameworks.
Partialcad 3.0 Galway is available immediately worldwide as an add-on module or standalone module. All users can access it with a valid upgrade contract.
Exocad names its releases after current ‘European Capitals of Culture’ and selected the Irish city of Galway for this release.
Additional information is available at exocad.com/partialcad.