Dr. Naren Rajan brings 16 years of experience to a full-time general practice in Mendham, NJ focused on restorative, implant and esthetic dentistry. He graduated from the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine with OKU honors and received his fellowship in the AGD. Dr. Rajan has trained at both Spear Education and the Pankey Institute and has been involved with digital techniques since 2007. He is Assistant Director of Digital Dentistry at the Touro College of Dental Medicine and digital faculty at the CADProAcademy in NY. His current focus is incorporating digital workflow into practice and he has lectured nationally and internationally on the topic for major dental companies including 3shape and Straumann as well as private study clubs.
Digital technology promises to increase case acceptance, improve clinical predictability, elevate our patient’s experience and streamline team communication. But how does all of this actually come together? Whether you are a surgical or restorative clinician, investing in a TRIOS intraoral scanner is the critical first step in implementing digital techniques in dentistry. To realize its true potential it is necessary to learn how to combine intraoral scanning with other digital data like photography, radiology, and a variety of 3Shape software solutions.