STRAUMANN® CARES® VISUAL t.0 Quick reference guide

STRAUMANN® CARES® VISUAL t.0 Quick reference guide
Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0
Quick reference guide
Contents
1.Introduction
1.1Foreword
1.2 About the quick reference guide
1.3Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 Validated Workflow
1.4Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 External Workflow
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General overview
2.1Starting Straumann® CARES® System 7.0
2.2my.Straumann® CARES® Desktop
2.3Order identification and process: scan, CAD, production
2.4 Basic user interface principles
2.4.1Software general concept
2.4.2 Mouse handling and view manipulation
2.4.3Display management
2.4.3.1 View type, clip plane, slice views
2.4.3.2Display buttons 2.4.3.3Transparency button
2.4.4 Local menus
2.4.5Assistant
2.5Units
2.6 Parameter settings
2.6.1 Local adjustment
2.6.2General adjustment
2.6.3Customized parameters
2.7How to exit Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software and shutdown
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Order management
3.1Dentist, patient and order management: how to create, delete, edit
3.1.1 How to create a new order
3.1.2How to edit and/or delete dentist and/or patient 3.2Routing forward and back, starting the scan and CAD applications
3.3Route with Administrative Application
3.4 Laboratory information customization
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4.Scanning
4.1Scanning in detail with Straumann® CARES® Scan CS2
4.1.1Requirements of the cut model
4.1.2Rules for scanning models
4.1.3Rules for scanning with the scan cylinder
4.1.4Start the Scan Application
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Crown and bridge CAD
5.1CAD principles
5.1.1CAD Engine and proposal editing
5.1.2Differences between anatomy and overlay
5.1.3Clinical parameter definitions
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Administrative applications
6.1 Administrative Application
6.2 Attached documents
6.3Refresh data from server
6.4Import third party order
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Additional functions
7.1 Material Management
7.1.1Elements Available
7.1.2 Virtual Die Spacer Parameters
7.1.3 Manufacturing Parameters
7.1.4 Minimum Thickness Parameters
7.1.5Telescope Parameters
7.1.6Inlay/Onlay Parameters
7.1.7Dental Band Parameters
7.1.8 Adaptation Parameters
7.1.9Custom Abutment Parameters
7.1.10 Material Display Parameters
7.1.11Reduction Parameters
7.1.12Connectors Parameters
7.1.13Exporting, importing and updating materials
7.2Dentist Management
7.3Dentist Preferences
7.4 Manage Users
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8.Glossary
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9.Disclaimer
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1.Introduction
1.1Foreword
The Straumann® CARES® Visual software is a CADCAM system for use in dental laboratories. The system supports the dental technician in acquiring accurate
digital data on the jaw and die, in modeling corresponding frameworks and
transferring automatically generated milling information in a controlled digital
workflow to a Straumann CADCAM milling center. Additionally,­the system
allows sending automatically generated milling information to foreign milling
centers through an open STL file.
1.2 About the quick reference guide
The quick reference guide is intended to give a basic understanding and overview about the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software which is based on the
Dental Wings Open Software (DWOS) architecture.
1.3Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 Validated Workflow
Straumann is committed to provide its customers with high-quality products and
services. The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 Validated Workflow gives customers
access to the Straumann milling center and is designed to offer a controlled,
reliable and predictable product outcome.
The parameters in the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 Validated Workflow are
pre-set and validated and guarantee customers high-quality milled products.
1.4Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 External Workflow
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software is built on the Dental Wings Open
Software architecture. Besides the supported Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0
Validated Workflow, Straumann is offering its customers – with the Straumann®
CARES® Visual 7.0 External Workflow – the opportunity to get access to third
party milling centers by using the open STL.
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2.General overview
2.1 Starting Straumann® CARES® System 7.0
To begin, turn on the workstation and scanner using the power switch.
2.2my.Straumann® CARES® Desktop
The my.Straumann® CARES® Desktop is built on the dental expertise of Straumann
and navigates you through the variety of options within the Straumann® CARES®
System 7.0 – it starts when you turn on the workstation and the scanner. You
can switch between the tiles by moving the mouse cursor and choosing an APP
or ICON by clicking on the respective symbol.
2.3 Order identification and process: scan, CAD, production
To use the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software, everything is associated to
a unique order number. Generation of this order number is the first of four main
steps most commonly used in the system. The four main steps are:
1.Creation of an order
2.Scan of a physical model to create 3D digital model
3.Generation of the prosthesis design using the Straumann® CARES® Visual
7.0 software
4.Initiation of an intended production choice:
pp Validated Workflow with access to Straumann milling center
pp External Workflow with open STL for third party milling option
The generated order number is used by the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0
modules to manage the case through the entire process. The number can
be manually adjusted by the customer. However, with the final manufacturing
management step, the order number will automatically get an additional
­Straumann® CARES® Visual order number to manage the order verification on
the Straumann milling center side.
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2.4 Basic user interface principles
2.4.1 Software general concept
The Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0 software is mainly
icon-driven. The main horizontal icon bar is always displayed and it allows you to run the main Straumann ®
CARES ® Visual 7.0 software applications, such as: order
creation, arch scan, CAD design, etc.
1.Order receiving application
2.Scan Application
3. MultiDie Application
4.Scan Import Application
5.CAD Engine
6.CAD Application
7. Production Management
8.Applications
9.Refresh data from server
10.Default Browser Application
11. Quit the Application/Program
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The main Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software window
is divided into three mains areas:
1. An order list on the left side under the main
horizontal icon bar
2. A main application used for CAD design in
the middle/half right side, under the main horizontal
icon bar
3. An order summary on the left side, below the order
list and on the left side next to the main application
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You can change the respective size of each area by moving
the separation bars.
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The organization of columns can be changed by a right
click in column header. You can remove columns. You
can change column order by dragging columns. The new
organization can be saved by going to Columns and then
click on the icon System save.
2.4.2 Mouse handling and view manipulation
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software requires a
mouse with two buttons and a wheel.
The mouse interaction operates as follows:
pp Left click: menu, icon selection, point definition
pp Right click: definition validation, access to local menu
pp Rotate the wheel: zooms in/out
pp Press and hold the wheel while dragging the mouse:
translate the view
pp Press and hold the right button while dragging
the mouse: To rotate the view
pp Press and hold the CTRL key while rotating the wheel:
generates a cross section of the view
pp Double-click the left button: to center and resize
the view
pp Double-click the right button: to switch between
­p erspective and parallel projection
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2.4.3 Display management
2.4.3.1 View type, clip plane, slice views
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software displays in
full 3D so that you can get a complete view of the clinical
situation and prosthesis under design.
You can use the View Type menu in the view toolbar at the
bottom right of the screen to switch between predefined
view orientations.
You can use Clip Planes in the view toolbar to generate a
cross sectional view that is perpendicular to the selected
axis.
Example of cross-section in the mesial axis is shown. You
can use the wheel to move the cross-section.
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When using Clip Planes, you can display a measuring grid
by selecting Clip Grid in the view toolbar.
The grid provides the user with a user-definable reference
grid (default is 0.5 mm). To change the grid size, overstrike
the numeric value (e.g. 0.5 mm to 1.0 mm) or simply drag
the glide bar to increase or decrease the grid box sizes.
When using Clip Planes, you can also use another measuring tool by selecting the Measure button in the view
toolbar. Then click and hold the left mouse button to define
the start point of the measure, while dragging the mouse
to the desired end point. The measurement is dynamically
displayed as the mouse is being dragged. The measure is
made in the plane selected for the clip. To exit from Clip
Planes, select Unclip in the Clip Planes menu.
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2.4.3.2 Display buttons
Using the Display buttons at the top center of the main application area, you can display or hide parts of the clinical
situation and/or prostheses. The list of Display ­b uttons
changes according to the Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0
application and the clinical situations.
Each Display button toggles as follows:
An up blue arrow which displays the part and a down red
arrow which hides the part.
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Function
Hide/show clinical situation
Hide/show undercut
(scan application)
Hide/show friction
(scan application)
Hide/show antagonists
Hide/show anatomies
Hide/show prostheses
(including connectors)
Hide/show connectors
Hide/show wax-up
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2.4.3.3 Transparency button
The Transparency button at the top of the main area
will allow you to adjust the degree of transparency of
the component parts of the clinical situation and/or
prostheses.
To adjust, use the glide bars as shown.
2.4.4 Local menus
During the scan and design processes, you will have to
do specific tasks (e.g. editing the margin line, adjusting
contact points, etc.) on particular clinical elements. These
tasks will be done using specific local menus that are context sensitive.
For example, the local menu of a die allows the edit of its
margin, while the local menu of prosthesis will allow adjustment of its contact points. To access these menus, place
the cursor of the mouse over the pertinent clinical element
and press the right button of the mouse. The header of the
local menu displays the tooth number.
2.4.5Assistant
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software includes software assistants that will guide you through a procedure.
For example, during the scan process, assistants will prompt
you through the scanning process.
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2.5Units
All dimensions, such as, size, thickness, distances etc. are
set as default and interpreted in millimeters. All measured
angles are provided in degrees.
2.6 Parameter settings
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software allows you
to set the clinical parameters for the intended prosthesis
designs, such as, material, type of prosthesis, thickness
of coping, etc. These parameters are accessible through
assistants.
These parameters can be adjusted at different levels within
the minimum and maximum design specifications of the
materials selected.
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2.6.1 Local adjustment
All parameters can be adjusted during the design of a
given prosthesis. You can decide if the adjustment should
be applied only for the current design or for all designs
during your current CAD session by using the Set As­
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Default button.
2.6.2 General adjustment
The default parameters can also be adjusted for all
the cases produced within your lab. To modify the
defaults, please refer to the Material Management
module.
2.6.3 Customized parameters
The parameters can also be adjusted for each dentist by
using the Dentist Preferences module as shown.
2.7How to exit Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0
software and shutdown
There are two methods to exit the Straumann® CARES®
Visual 7.0 software. The first is, you can click on the red
Quit icon within the main toolbar as shown below.
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The second method is to use the Close button (“x”) within
the upper right corner of the main window:
With both methods, confirmation of your intention to quit
the session is required. To confirm, select the Yes button
as shown. Once confirmed, the exit request closes the
Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software client application
on the current computer. If you are running a multi-station
configuration, repeat the exit procedure on all PCs to completely shut down the Dental Wings application.
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3.Order management
3.1Dentist, patient and order management:
how to create, delete, edit
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software provides
a default laboratory, dentist and patient for your convenience. To begin using the system, it is recommended that
you define at minimum a new dentist and when a new
­order is opened, a new patient can conveniently be entered
for a given dentist.
The following section describes the procedures for entering
a new dentist, patient and opening a new order. But first,
there is a brief overview of the relationship of these three
components. The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software
manages data using three levels of architecture which is
easy to use and is linked automatically (dentist, patient
and order).­A patient is linked to a dentist and an order is
linked to a patient.
A patient and order cannot exist without these links. A dentist can be organized by country and clinic. An order can
contain several prostheses designs. For example, within
the same model you may produce a single design on­
tooth 12 and a three unit bridge design with teeth 15-16-17,
all within the same order.
3.1.1 How to create a new order
To create a new order, select the Order receiving application icon within the main toolbar as shown below.
The main window of Order receiving application will then
appear. Next click on the New sale order icon.
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The Select dental customer window will appear.
Note that an automatic order number is generated with
the following format: COM-yymmdd-order number of the
day. Where “yy” is the year, “mm” is the month and “dd”
is the day, followed by an increased number for each
case opened that day to keep each order number unique.
Optional: The order number can be change by overstriking the number within the field shown.
Next, select the dentist and patient in the lists and press
OK.
If it is a new patient, press the New button in the Patient
List (or if available, select from the existing patient list).
The New patient window appears. Enter the patient’s first
and last name and press OK.
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To define a new dentist, press the right mouse button on the
customers, country or clinic level to access the local menu.
Then select New Dentist. The Dentist creation window
appears. Enter all the necessary data and press OK.
Once the dentist and patient are defined, you can create
a new order and the order creation window appears. The
Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software requires the following four definitions:
pp Tooth number
pp Material
pp Type of prosthesis
pp Single or bridge unit
Define the tooth number by left-clicking on the tooth. The
tooth will then display as a representation of the selected
type of prosthesis. If re-selected, using the right mouse
button, the tool selection is canceled. The defined teeth
will be converted to the prosthesis type that is actively displayed. To define a different prosthesis type, first change
the active type that is displayed to the desired type, and
then select the desired tooth.
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The American numbering system can be set within the
Manage Users pull-down menu located within the Application icon.
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The anatomy that will be used can also be changed during the CAD design. Details on each tooth definition are
displayed on the right within the Framework Layer tab
and displayed as a list.
To create a bridge, select all the desired teeth with a single
left click on each tooth included within the bridge. A green
lasso is created around each active tooth intended for the
bridge. Then select the Create Bridge button. A red lasso
is generated grouping the entire bridge.
Press Route Order button to complete the order.
Then answer Yes to the prompt to route forward the order.
The new order creation procedure is now completed.
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If your order contains several order items, defined within
the same order, use the same procedure.
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3.1.2How to edit and/or delete dentist
and/or patient
You can change or delete data associated to a dentist
and a patient using the following procedure. Note that
any existing orders for dentists and patients will not be
deleted. To edit or delete a dentist within the Order
receiving window, press the mouse right button on the
customer list, country or clinic level to access to local
menu.
Then select Edit or Delete.
Once within the dentist’s panel, modifications can be made
to the fields within any of the four tabs:
pp Identification
pp Billing
pp Shipping
pp Preferences
by clicking on a tab to activate.
When changes are complete, select the OK button to save
the changes.
To edit or delete a patient within the Order receiving
window select the Edit or Delete button.
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If editing, make the desired changes, then select the OK
button to save the changes.
If deleting a dentist, highlight the entry to be deleted and
the system will prompt you to verify the intention with the
message shown.
Select the Yes button to delete and the list will indicate the
dentist has been deleted with the red X upon the entry.­
Next select the OK from the Select dental customer panel
to exit and the dentist entry will be removed from the
­Customers list of defined dentists.
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3.2Routing forward and back, starting
the scan and CAD applications
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software provides
tools to manage the progression of the order through the
full CADCAM process. The software manages several
operational steps after an order is created.
pp Scan: order is ready to be scanned automatically
after an order is created
pp CAD Engine: once an order is scanned, the data
is ready to be processed by the CAD Engine
to ­automatically generate a proposed prosthesis
pp CAD design: proposal of the prosthesis is ready
to be checked and customized
pp Production: completed prosthesis design is validated and ready to be produced either internally or
­electronically outsourced
The change from one operational step to another is referred
to as to Route. When routing a case, it can be routed in
two directions:
pp Route forward: usual production process from one step
to the next (e.g. from scan to CAD)
p p Route back: from the given step to the previous.
This is most commonly used to check for potential
­d esign adjustments (e.g. routing from production
to CAD completion to potentially modify the anatomy)
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software automatically
manages operational steps and routes forward. You can
manually route an order forward or back. To start a scan,
multi-die, import scan file, CAD engine or the CAD design
application, press the appropriate icon within the main
toolbar as shown below:
1. Arch scan application
2. MultiDie Application
3.Scan Import Application
4.CAD Engine
5.CAD Application
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The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software automatically
starts the selected application and displays the main window of that application. For ease of use, the applications
follow the same format.
1. List of orders that can be processed by the
­application.
2.Information area of a selected order.
3.Several applications can be open simultaneously.
To switch between applications, select the desired
application tab.
4.To exit from an application, click on the Exit icon on
the far right of the application tabs.
pp Double left-click on an order or drag and drop the
order into the main view for use.
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3.3 Route with Administrative Application
The Straumann® CARES ® Visual 7.0 software includes an
Administrative Application that provides global access to
your Straumann systems. The Administrative Application
will allow:
pp View all orders
pp Manage operational steps of an order
pp Manage production
pp Additional advanced functions, such as purge,
archive, export and import order
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To start the Administrative Application, press the Gear
icon within the main tool bar and select.
The Administrative Application window appears.
This window displays for each order:
pp Dentist and patient
pp Item orders list
pp For each ones: tooth number and material,
operation step
pp Order number
pp Order item number
Caution
Do not confuse an order number and order item for a given
order.
A right click upon an order opens a local menu that allows
you to manually Route Forward or Route Back between
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procedural steps.
3.4 Laboratory information customization
You can customize the information related to your laboratory by right-clicking on My Laboratory in the order
manager.
A window appears where you can modify the name of
your laboratory. This name is used to generate automatic
file names for the production design files you create.
The laboratory name is then updated as shown.
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4.Scanning
4.1Scanning in detail with Straumann®
CARES® Scan CS2
The following can be scanned with the Straumann® CARES®
Visual 7.0 software:
pp Complete model
pp Up to six dies simultaneously (if more than six dies
have to be scanned, the scan is divided automatically
into several scans)
pp Neighboring teeth
pp Bite registrations
pp Wax metrics
pp Dies with knife-edge, shoulder, chamfer and inlay
­preparation, according to indications
pp Wax-ups
pp Abutments
For copings you only have to scan the associated dies. For
modeling bridges you must scan the following:
1.The model
2.The associated dies and, if required,
the neighboring teeth
3.If necessary, a corresponding bite registration
or wax matrix
4.1.1 Requirements of the cut model
The following conditions should be fulfilled and the preparation types must be approved:
pp Knife-edge preparation
pp Shoulder preparation
pp Chamfer preparation
pp Inlay preparation
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The preparation margins must be completely visible.
Note
For automatic detection of the preparation line, the die
must be clearly chamfered underneath the preparation line.
There must not be an undercut under the preparation line
for a manual determination.
Each die must be removable for saw-cut model. The surface of the dies should have the following features:
pp Matt, non-reflecting surface
pp Homogeneous color gradient
Untreated plaster has been shown to be suitable.
The design height must not exceed the material-specific
blank height.
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The design height can be checked and compared to the
blank height at any time by clicking on the Construction
dimension icon.
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4.1.2 Rules for scanning models
Please perform the following steps before starting the scanning process:
Step 1
Use the setup aid for aligning the model. All preparation lines must be on one plane with the metal rod.
In more complex situations, make sure that the vestibular part of the preparation lines for all dies is in the
area between the red and the blue line. Check this with
the aid of the metal rod on the setup aid. Note that the
marks of the scan base and setup aid are in the right
position.
Step 2
Use the acrylic template to find the optimum position for
the model. The model should be aligned according to the
following criteria:
pp If the preparation lines were aligned with the
red mark, the vestibular cusps or the incisal edges
must be in the area of the red line.
pp If the preparation lines were aligned with the metal
rod, the vestibular cusps or the incisal edges must be
in the area of the green line.
pp If the preparation lines were aligned with the blue
mark, the vestibular cusps or the incisal edges must be
in the area of the blue line.
Step 3
Open the scanner lid and place the model on the small
plate in the scanner. Close the lid and start the scan application.
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4.1.3 Rules for scanning with the scan cylinder
Each die should be positioned centrally.
The preparation line has to be at least 1 mm above the
edge of the scan cylinder.
The vestibular side has to be aligned with the white mark
on the scan cylinder.
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4.1.4 Start the Scan Application
Start the Scan Application and select the desired order
according to the order management process.
Select the Standard holder within the Scan type list.
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5.Crown and bridge CAD
5.1 CAD principles
5.1.1 CAD Engine and proposal editing
The CAD prosthesis design function is divided in two
steps:
pp CAD Engine which automatically converts
scanned data to submit to the CAD Application
for prosthesis design
pp CAD Application which provides editing tools to
customize the auto-generated proposal
Both the CAD Engine and CAD Application can be accessed via the main toolbar.
Access to the CAD Engine
Access to the CAD Application
When selecting the CAD Engine function, the computation
of all scanned cases automatically beings and will display
the progress.
The status Prosthesis Done means a particular “item” on
an order has completed its computation.
The status All Prostheses Done is displayed when the
computation of an “entire” order is completed. This computation must be completed on each order before continuing
onto CAD Application.
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To select an order, drag and drop it into the main window or double-click on the order number and the design
proposal will be displayed within the CAD Design View
window.
5.1.2 Differences between anatomy and overlay
The Straumann® CARES ® Visual 7.0 software has adopted
an “Outside to inside” design strategy. This approach enables full-contour crown by taking into a
­ ccount the full clinical situation on one design step. Once the crown design
is done, the framework design is automatically computed
from the full prosthesis morphology, if requested.
To achieve this, the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software works with two different elements.
Overlay: Framework design
Anatomy: Full-contour morphology design
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The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software includes advanced display features that assist the user when working
upon these two elements:
Transparency view
Cross-sectional view where a slice of each element is
visible:
Anatomy and overlay
Anatomy and Overlay designs have context-sensitive
adjustment options. For example, the occlusion is adjusted
with the Anatomy and a dental band is adjusted with the
Overlay.
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The Overlay is computed with respect to the Anatomy
design. Therefore, when a modification is applied to the
Anatomy, the Overlay is automatically updated. For example, in the case of a clinical coping, the Straumann®
CARES® Visual 7.0 software will update an overlay to
compensate for the porcelain thickness.
However, a modification applied to the overlay will not
affect the anatomy. If modifications are first applied to
the overlay (substructure) prior to anatomy modifications,
the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software will take into
account these overlay modifications and the anatomy can
be re-adapted.
The overlay’s defined ceramic interface will always respect
the “minimum thickness” followed by the “cement gap” that
are defined within the material default settings or over­
written by the user.
In the case of an anatomical coping, the overlay will be
projected on the minimum surface from the equator down,
to give space for the ceramic, even if an equator space
of 0 mm is set.
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5.1.3 Clinical parameter definitions
The Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software is clinically
oriented and allows the ability to set the clinical parameters needed for the design.
The parameters are managed in two different ways:
pp Parameter tables for general prosthesis parameters,
e.g. prosthesis type and minimum thickness.
Parameter tables will differ according to prosthesis
type. These parameters will be used for the
­computation of the automatic proposal of the
­prosthesis.
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pp Tool parameters to manage local parameters,
e.g. diastema value or prehension item
diameter.
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6. Administrative applications
6.1 Administrative Application
The Administrative Application helps you to have a
global overview of the orders, to manage operation
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steps of the orders, to retrieve files for manufacturing
purpose, to import/export orders and to archive and
purge orders.
For starting the Administrative Application, press the
Gear icon in the main toolbar and select Administra­t ive
­A pplication.
The Administrative Application window appears.
A specific icon allows filtering the orders displayed by
date (1 for today, 2 for the last 2 days…) or operation
steps. A search button permits advanced research by criteria and dates.
The main part of the window displays the order numbers
and the order items attached.
The bottom part displays a summary of the order (a preview of the prosthesis can be displayed).
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Multiple orders or item orders can be selected by the same
time using the CTRL or SHIFT key.
Keep in mind that the column organization can be modified by a right click in the header.
Actions are possible on order and item by a right click. The
possible action lists of the order and item order are different and change according to the operation step (e.g. for
an order waiting for scanning you cannot retrieve scanning
and manufacturing files).
The shown actions are accessible within the Order view.
The shown actions are accessible within the Item order
view.
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Customer details display information on the dentist.
The Preview Model displays a preview of the prosthesis
at the bottom of the screen. Open application starts the
application corresponding to operation step.
6.2 Attached documents
Attached documents are accessible at the order level.
Attached documents allow managing images or documents related to a case. All images generated by the
camera button are automatically attached.
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Attached documents display a window listing the entire
attached documents and allowing viewing, adding and
accessing to a content panel.
6.3 Refresh data from server
Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0 software allows a huge
volume of data management and multi-stations configuration. This may sometimes lead to delay between actions
and update of the displays. A specific icon exists to
refresh data from the database stored on the server. For
refreshing data from the server, click on the icon in the
main toolbar.
6.4 Import third party order
Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software can deal with
data coming from third party solutions; import of such data
will be done using a specific button in Administrative
­Application.
When selecting, a window appears allowing to select
import type and file location. The Straumann® CARES ®
Visual 7.0 software is only supporting selected validated
import sources.
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7.
Additional functions
7.1 Material Management
The Material Management application defines all
the parameters related to materials. The Straumann ®­
material parameters are pre-set, validated and related to the ­Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0 Validated­
Workflow. All third party materials which can be set
up in the Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0 External
Workflow require a parameter setting in the Material
Management application.
For starting Material Management application, press
the Gear icon in the main toolbar and select Material
­M anagement.
The Material Management application displays the list
of materials accessible and the table of all parameters.
Parameters are grouped by topics, each group can be
expanded by pressing the arrow on the right side or in the
green banner.
7.1.1 Elements Available
This table defines the maximum span of a bridge and
prosthesis type accessible for the material.
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This material parameters table will affect Order Creation
and Prosthesis Type window.
7.1.2 Virtual Die Spacer Parameters
This table defines the default value for internal surface of
the (cement), margin and collar lines.
This material parameters table will affect the Coping
Parameters window.
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7.1.3 Manufacturing Parameters
This table defines advanced parameters related to the
manufacturing process. It manages the accessibility restriction of the milling tool in order to guarantee proper milling
of the internal surface.
For example, on sharp anterior, according to the smallest
tool used for milling, it is sometimes necessary to generate
additional space over the die.
7.1.4 Minimum Thickness Parameters
This table defines the default minimum thickness of material.
This material parameter table will affect the Coping
­Parameters window.
7.1.5 Telescope Parameters
This table defines the parameters used for telescope computation.
7.1.6 Inlay/Onlay Parameters
This table defines the parameters used for inlay/onlay
computation.
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7.1.7 Dental Band Parameters
This table defines the default value for an advanced dental
band.
This material parameter table will affect Dental Band Parameters window.
7.1.8 Adaptation Parameters
This table defines the default value for contact point adjustments.
This material parameter table will affect the Adjust Contact
Points window.
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7.1.9 Customized Abutment Parameters
This table defines the default value for customized abutment
computation. Customized Abutments must be designed
within the minimum and maximum design specifications.
7.1.10 Material Display Parameters
Material Display Parameters allow defining the color and
reflection mode that will be used for displaying the material in the CAD Application.
For defining a color, click on the “umbrella” and select the
color.
You can also use the reflection display mode.
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7.1.11 Reduction Parameters
This table defines the default value for clinical coping and
reduced crown computation.
This material parameter table will affect the Reduction
Parameters window.
7.1.12 Connectors Parameters
The predefined connector shape can be added by pressing Edit Shapes.
Using the Connectors Shape Editor, you can create your
own connector shape. After being saved, it will appear in
the shape list.
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Connector parameters also define the values for minimum
and maximum diameter of a connector. Different values
can be managed for anteriors and posteriors.
This material parameter table will affect the colors of the
connectors.
7.1.13 Exporting, importing and updating materials
A material definition can be imported and exported. Automatic update of material can also be done through the
dental hub system (DHS).
Right-click on a material gives access to an Export Material option. Material definitions are saved as XML files.
The Import function is accessible at bottom of the material
list.
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The material definition can also be updated with data sent
by a DHS production center with the Update Material
option.
7.2 Dentist Management
The Dentist Management
organization for the dentist.
application
permits
the
For starting the Dentist Management application, press
the Gear icon in the main toolbar and select Dentist Management.
Dentists are organized by countries and clinics. Independent dentists can also be managed. The main Dentist
Management window looks as shown on the right side.
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Dentists can be sorted by country, clinics and names.
You can add countries, clinics and dentists by clicking
the right mouse button – the window will appear and
the respective icon can be selected. You are either
requested to choose a country when the window appears or to complete the information for the new clinic
or dentist. You always need to confirm by clicking on the
OK button.
7.3 Dentist Preferences
Dentist Preferences application permits customized prosthesis parameter per dentist. By default, all the prostheses
have the parameters defined within material manager. If
preferences are defined for a dentist, the preferences will
supersede the material parameter.
For starting the Dentist Preferences application, press the
Gear icon in the main toolbar and select Dentist Preferences.
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Preferences are defined per dentist and per material. The
preferences window looks as follows:
1.The parameters can be customized per dentists which
are organized by groups. They are a subset of the
material parameters. To expand a group, click on the
arrow at the right of the banner.
2.For customizing a parameter, expand a group.
A window is displayed.
3.Select the corresponding Add Value button and enter
the customized value.
4.If you want to set the default value again, select the
Switch back icon.
7.4 Manage Users
The Manage Users application allows for creating user
account and defining for each user the authorized actions
with the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software.
For starting the Manage Users application, press the Gear
icon in the main toolbar and select Manage Users.
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1
2
4
3
The Manage Users window looks as follows:
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1.User list on left side and user privilege on
right side.
2.Create a new user account by pressing
Add button.
3.Enter the username.
4. A new user entry is created in the user list.
No privilege is defined to a new user,
therefore, define the authorized action in the
­p rivileges list.
5.Change password by pressing the Change
­Password button and enter the password
(twice to avoid mistake).
6. A user can also be deleted or edited by clicking
on the respective name.
1
5
4
3
1
2
Caution
The Manage Users application distinguishes between uppercase and lowercase.
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8.Glossary
The following glossary provides explanation about general and technical information used in the
entire document. If you have any further questions, please visit our website www.straumann.com
and contact our Straumann representative in your country.
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Letter
Term
Description
C
CARES ®
CARES ® is a registered trademark of
­Straumann Holding AG and/or its affiliates.
D
DWOS
(Dental Wings Open Software)
DWOS is an open software program which
has been developed by Dental Wings Inc.
www.dental-wings.com
E
External Workflow
The Straumann ® CARES ® Visual 7.0 soft­
ware is built on the Dental Wings Open
Software (DWOS) architecture. Besides the
supported Straumann® CARES ® Visual 7.0
Validated Workflow, Straumann­is ­offering
its customers – with the ­Straumann ®
CARES ® Visual 7.0 External Workflow –
the opportunity to get access to third
party milling centers by using the open
STL ­format.
Q
Quick reference guide
The quick reference guide is a summary
of, for instance, an user manual which
usually contains detailed information of a
product.
V
Validated Workflow
The Straumann® CARES ® Visual 7.0
­Validated Workflow has been designed to
give customers access to the Straumann
milling centers and offering a controlled,
­reliable and predictable product outcome.
The parameters in the Straumann®
CARES ® Visual 7.0 Validated Workflow are
pre-set and validated and guarantee customers high-quality milled products.
9.Disclaimer
The content of the quick reference guide is directed for users of the Straumann® CARES® Visual 7.0 software who have experience with CADCAM
systems and are now looking for more detailed information on certain topics.
The quick reference guide is based on the DWOS (Dental Wings Open Software) software architecture and contains the principal functions. If required,
Straumann can provide you with further detailed information.
In general, if you have further questions about the Straumann® CARES® Visual
7.0 software, please contact Straumann via www.straumann.com.
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Notes
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Phone+41 (0)61 965 11 11
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Straumann USA, LLC
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Andover, MA 01810
Phone
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www.straumannusa.com
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Straumann Canada Limited
3115 Harvester Road, 1st Floor
Burlington, ON L7N 3N8
Phone
800/363 4024
905/319 2900
Fax
905/319 2911
www.straumann.ca
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