Lecture : 8:30AM - 12:30PM
4 CE Points
Live + Streamed Online
Speakers and Topics:
Implantology for the Digital Lab From Planning, Guides and Abutments
This Lecture/workshop is designed to expose modern dental labs to the latest digital technologies involving Implantology with DentsplySirona Cere/inLab and 3Shape systems. It will include a step-by step digital works flow showing the use of technology for digital planning, guide fabrication, allowing for the ideal placement of dental implants. The course will also describe the ideal fabrication of abutments and final restorations using both chair-side milling with Ti-bases and Atlantis abutment
options using scan bodies. The course emphasizes demystifying digital workflows and providing the attendee steps needed to incorporate these digital workflows in their labs.
Discuss how to communicate with dentists, strengthening your relationships
Discuss CBCT technology for diagnosis and planning of implants
Discuss the use of milling and 3D printing in surgical guide fabrication
Discuss what dentists want in an ideal implant abutment/restoration
Look at examples of chair-side restoration fabrication using CEREC Ti-base and milling options
Look at examples of Atlantis milled abutments using scan bodies and core files
DR. AMARJIT RIHAL
From Denture to Implant bridge using CAD/CAM
Learn how to create an implant surgical guide and a fixed bridge using a pre-existing
denture in today’s CAD/CAM technology.
Fast and Aesthetic Restorations with the Digital Workflow: The Latest Advancements in Patient Diagnostics and Software Automations
Constant progress in the digital field gives dentists and dental technicians new possibilities to plan treatments that meet the patients’ request for fast and aesthetic restorations. During the lecture, MDT Jürgen Feierabend – from the worldwide South Tyrolean company Zirkonzahn – will demonstrate the digital workflow through concrete cases, illustrating innovative concepts that permit the production of totally individual restorations in only two chairside appointments.
This is possible through the integration of diagnostic tools into the workflow, which enables the creation of a 3D virtual reproduction of the patient’s face and oral situation, including mandibular movements. After the explanation of patient data acquisition, Jürgen will show how innovative software automations allow for a precise digital articulation as well as safe and fast communication between clinic and laboratory, for the final benefit of the patient.
JÜRGEN FEIERABEND, DT