New Technology to Revolutionize Dentistry

Don’t you wish you had more time in a day? How would you use that time? How many more patients would you be able to see? With FirstFit technology you can fit more time and more appointments in a day because it’s the blueprint for successful restorations every single time on the first try.

What is FirstFit?

FirstFit is a revolutionary system that utilizes innovative digital technology and provides step-by-step guidance using a series of 3D printed prep guides that allow you to prepare and seat a crown, bridge, or veneers in a single visit. In a nutshell, FirstFit procedures result in perfect fitting restorations while saving vital healthy tooth structure all without the need for temporaries- eliminating one appointment from you and your patient’s busy schedules.

How does FirstFit work?

Standard impressions, or digital impressions, and bite registrations are taken and sent to a FirstFit Lab. A FirstFit software designer then designs a prep for the tooth and creates a bridge or crown around the preparation. Reduction guides are then created to mirror the designed preparation. You receive these guides and the final restoration. You then use a handpiece that snaps into the guides, directing you in all apparent planes of the preparation and the guide prevents you from over-prepping the tooth. Then, as with traditional methods, you would seat the restoration.

Why Choose FirstFit?

  1. Single Visit Dentistry

The guides allow you to prep and seat In up to 50% less chair time than a traditional restoration and prepping and seating in the same appointment means you can eliminate the need for temporaries.

  1. Minimally Invasive Technology

The 3D printed guides provide you with step-by-step guidance through tooth preparation enabling you to make precise cuts and reductions while preserving healthy tooth structure. You can also prevent common errors frequently encountered with tooth preparation as this digital technology ensures a perfect fit every time. Such prevented errors include inadequate tooth reduction, over reduction of tooth structure, excess taper on the tooth preparation, inadequate build ups, indistinct margins, excess gingival extension, undercuts in the preparation’s axial walls, and sharp angles on the preparation.

  1. Higher Case Acceptance

You can bill the procedure at the time of diagnosis.

  1. Improved Patient Experience

By removing one appointment from your patient’s schedule, you can maximize both time and quality. They experience less chair time with unpleasant drilling and anesthesia.

  1. Better Impressions

By eliminating swollen gums and bleeding, there are fewer remakes due to fit.

  1. CAD/CAM Technology Without Investment

There is no need for additional CAD/CAM investments. You can use an IOS device or traditional impression trays depending on your preference.

To learn more, contact us at or call 844-201-6329 to speak with a consultant.

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