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Straumann APEX: Augmented Personal Experience - Sessions 3 & 4 On Demand

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Session 3: Leveraging Digital Technology and the Three Phases of Implant Treatment

  • Become familiar with alternative record taking using intraoral scanners
  • Understand the key objectives for each phase of implant therapy
  • Identify ways to communicate more effectively with your laboratory technician

Session 4: Implementing a Collaborative Digital Workflow: A Powerful Combination of Digital Implant treatment Planning, Surgical Placement and Prosthetic Reconstruction using an Interdisciplinary Team Approach

  • The surgical team members’ perspective- recognizing the benefits of the digital workflow to plan, design and perform more accurate surgical treatments for tissue management and implant dentistry.
  • Discuss how the laboratory has been key to successful implementation of digital dentistry into surgical practice – their role in planning, guide fabrication and transitional restoration solutions.
  • Awareness of the challenges in the implementation of a true digital workflow. Focusing on the steps to enhance the experience and utilize the technology in the emerging digital practice.
DESCRIPTION

Session 3: Leveraging Digital Technology and the Three Phases of Implant Treatment

This hour long session will explore the role of digital workflows in three main phases of implant treatment: the time before the implant is placed, the time before the implant has integrated, and the time before the final restoration is delivered. The content will be focused on the use of intraoral scanning and digital records between the restorative dentist and the laboratory with the goal of streamlining existing protocols. In regards to single implant restorations, a novel workflow will be presented that can be used in place of a custom impression coping. An alternative method of record collection for ProArch cases will be presented as well as a ideas for treatment planning combination implant and orthodontic cases. Lastly, we will look at the ways digital technology could overcome the most common mistakes in implant restorations.

Session 4: Implementing a Collaborative Digital Workflow: A Powerful Combination of Digital Implant treatment Planning, Surgical Placement and Prosthetic Reconstruction using an Interdisciplinary Team Approach

Analog planning and treatment are still the norm for many general and specialty practices. However, there is increasing pressure to move into digital workflows. This is influencing how we document our cases, plan treatment and execute treatment in orthodontic, surgical and restorative practices. Today, advancements in implant dentistry pivots around digital planning. It is profoundly changing our communication and improving treatment outcomes for the surgical, restorative and technical team members. Clinical benefits also include greater lateral knowledge and reduced treatment time/steps. Emphasis will be placed on how to successfully implement a digital workflow for the entire interdisciplinary team.

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AUDIENCE

Surgeons, OMS, Periodontists, Dentists, Restorative Dentists, General Practitioners, Prosthodontists

SAC

AdvancedStraightforward

TYPE

Lecture

TUITION

Complimentary

CE CREDIT

1 per session hours