Similar to some aspect of a traditional analog denture the workflow for digital dentures begin with an impression and registration of the patient situation, using clinical tools to optimize the individual data collection. This information is transferred to the design software where a try-in and also the final denture is designed and milled/printed for patient acceptance of function and esthetics. Materials for digital dentures that are printed use a light-curing monomeric liquids specially optimized for 3D printing. Milled digital dentures use a PMMA material for its high impact quality. This enhances the fracture resistance and increases the longevity of the denture for the patient. The industrial manufacturing process ensures a homogeneous material quality. There are no porosities or air bubbles in the material, which ensures a high quality denture base.