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Hands-on Workshop: Straumann

 

HOW-5
9:00 am – noon

Options for Precise Diagnostics, Planning and Surgery
Adam Hamilton, BDSc, DCD, FRACDS

Practical Demonstration and Hands-on Training Using a 3Shape Inter-Oral Scanner
Charlie Vincent, MPH

Treatment Planning: A Fully Integrated Workflow to Maximize Treatment Outcomes and Differentiate Your Practice
Ron Roche

The evolution of digital technology in implant dentistry is developing at a rapid pace. The mainstream availability of three-dimensional imaging with CBCT has been a turning point in providing safety and predictability in dento-alveolar surgery, as well as providing a platform for restorative input into the treatment planning process. However, is this technology absolutely necessary? And are we utilizing it to its full potential?

This lecture will explore the various technologies which can be integrated into the digital implant workflow with a clinical and evidenced-based approach to the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) outline an overview of the digital implant workflow; 2) discuss the potential of virtual implant treatment planning in every day implant treatment for the surgical and restorative implant practitioner; 3) explain the CAD/CAM guided surgery options and their indications; and 4) present new techniques with CAD/CAM guided surgeries for both immediate loading of single implants and full arch edentulous patients.

 

HOW-11
1:00 – 4:00 pm

Options for Precise Diagnostics, Planning and Surgery
Adam Hamilton, BDSc, DCD, FRACDS

Practical Demonstration and Hands-on Training Using a 3Shape Inter-Oral Scanner
Charlie Vincent, MPH

Treatment Planning: A Fully Integrated Workflow to Maximize Treatment Outcomes and Differentiate Your Practice
Ron Roche

The evolution of digital technology in implant dentistry is developing at a rapid pace. The mainstream availability of three-dimensional imaging with CBCT has been a turning point in providing safety and predictability in dento-alveolar surgery, as well as providing a platform for restorative input into the treatment planning process. However, is this technology absolutely necessary? And are we utilizing it to its full potential?

This lecture will explore the various technologies which can be integrated into the digital implant workflow with a clinical and evidenced-based approach to the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) outline an overview of the digital implant workflow; 2) discuss the potential of virtual implant treatment planning in every day implant treatment for the surgical and restorative implant practitioner; 3) explain the CAD/CAM guided surgery options and their indications; and 4) present new techniques with CAD/CAM guided surgeries for both immediate loading of single implants and full arch edentulous patients.