New concepts on implant supported restorations utilizing chair side CAD/CAM technology
Explore the diverse applications of chair side CAD/CAM technology on the prosthetic management of implant-supported restorations.
The use of CAD/CAM technology in dentistry has been associated with quicker fabrication of indirect restorations. Today digital technology provides many more benefits for clinicians. Increased precision combined with improved user-friendliness of the software and new materials allow the dentist-technician team to gain full control over the desired prosthetic outcome. Learn how to design and manufacture from immediate acrylic provisionals to full-ceramic final restorations using prefabricated Ti-Bases and different restorative materials. In particular the possibility of shaping an individual emergence profile according to the tooth that will be restored offers improved esthetics, function and hygiene.
From this lecture participants will learn:
- The timing of different prosthetic solutions in relation to surgical steps. When do I scan, design, manufacture the restoration.
- Team approach to implant-restorations.
- The importance of an individual emergence profile for implant-supported restorations.
- When it is effective to utilise intraoperative scanning of the implant-position with scan bodies.