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CAD/CAM Cast Correction

CAD/CAM Cast Correction

The use of computer-aided design to perform the same corrections on a computer that would be done on a plaster positive cast. Once the computer-generated positive cast is completed, a physical positive cast can be milled out of a block of wood, or the orthosis can be milled directly out of a block of polypropylene from a “virtual” positive.

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