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Digital Dentistry in Contemporary Prosthodontics: Is it Practical?

Posted in Upcoming Events, Prosthodontics, Digital Technology

We welcome you to join Dr. Effrat Habsha for a live seminar covering digital dentistry in contemporary prosthodontics.


Locations & Dates

Calgary, April 5, 2019

Early Bird Offer: 10% off! Use code DCIEARLYBIRD2019 at checkout.

Details

CE Credits: 3

Delivery Method: Lecture

AGD Subject Code: 780

Cost:

DDS - $495 + applicable taxes

Team - $250 + applicable taxes

*Prices are subject to change. To register using the group rate, please email us at info@dcinstitute.ca

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Seminar Topic: Digital Dentistry in Contemporary Prosthodontics: Is it Practical?

Speaker: Dr. Effrat Habsha

Course Description:

Digital technology has had a dramatic impact on all disciplines of dentistry, particularly in the fields of prosthodontics and surgery. The evolution of digital technologies has provided dental professionals with the possibility of following a completely digital workflow, beginning from diagnostic treatment planning to prosthesis fabrication. Clinical data acquisition using intraoral scanners has bridged the digital gap between the clinical practice and the dental laboratory. While these latest digital tools offer new and different workflows compared to conventional techniques, it is imperative that clinical efficiency and restoration accuracy are not compromised. This presentation will provide a practical and pragmatic overview of the digital tools and technologies used in a modern prosthodontic practice. The use of intraoral scanners and the workflow required for simple reconstructions to comprehensive full arch rehabilitations will be presented, in both conventional and implant-based applications. Some of the challenges, limitations and inefficiencies encountered utilizing new technologies will be described.

Audience: Dentists, Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants

Key Learning Objectives:

  • The utilization of digital technology in implant surgery and prosthodontics
  • The use of intraoral scanners with conventional crown and bridgework and implant dentistry
  • The accuracy, benefits and limitations of intraoral scanners
  • Overview of the digital workflow required in comprehensive fixed reconstructions

Cancellation Policy (subject to change)

Registrants may cancel before 10 am EST, 7 calendar days prior to the course to receive a full refund. While no refunds will be given after the cancellation deadline, fees can be applied toward any future course offering. Please contact info@dcinstitute.ca

Clinical training provided by guest speakers reflects their own view and not necessarily those of DC Institute.

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