Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology is revolutionizing the dental prosthetics market. Dental CAD/CAM prototypes were introduced into industrial settings in the 1950s and 1960s, but the technology was limited by the computing power at the time. Traditionally, all-ceramic devices were handmade through a time-consuming and labor-intensive process. With fabrication through CAD/CAM, the first step is for the laboratory technician to digitally scan the model of the patient’s mouth. The digital model is then viewed using CAD software on a computer, where the technician can design the restoration to be milled. Once the design process is complete, the design file is sent to the milling unit where a ceramic block is milled to create a physical replica of the design. The technician then adds the finishing aesthetic touches to the restoration by coloring in the correct shading and layering on an enamel-like glaze.