I've heard a lot about Blender and want to evaluate it as a 3D CAD software for dental treatment planning. Example use cases are:
Given a 3D scanned (.STL) dental arch model, how easy is to separate each tooth
After step #1 (lets' call it teeth segmenting), when an individual tooth is translated, rotated, (not scaled) arbitrarily, how easy is to fill the 'holes' that are left behind. (Actually the gap between tooth and the gum)
Is it possible to generate a 3D matrix (or any other transformation representation) of the teeth's new position/orientation ?
Can 3D data exported from Blender be integrated in any type of web app (to be shown as animation of 'before' and 'after'?
The objective is to use Blender in virtual treatment planning as used by large clear aligner companies (they use proprietary software but I guess all that can be done in modern 3D softwares)