Covering different aspects of digital dentistry, these videos were recorded at the Digital Dental symposium in 2016, in London UK.

The implant workflow. Part 1 - Dr. Colin Campbell 

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of the digital implant workflow, taking into consideration:

  • CEREC versus 3Shape: practical comparison
  • Digital impressions and study models, accuracy and reliability
  • CBCT and digital treatment planning
  • Computer-assisted implant placement

The implant workflow. Part 2 - Dr. Craig Parker

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of the digital implant workflow, taking into consideration:

  • Guided surgery demonstration, irrigation beneath the guide
  • Digital workflow pathways
  • Digital implant workflow cases
  • Correct 3D implant placement
  • Sinus grafting

Speaking the same language - a powerful digital workflow between dentists and laboratories. Part 1 - Dr. Daniel Vasquez and Frankie Costa

Aims and objectives:

Through discussion, learn about the workflow between the dentist and the laboratory, taking into consideration:

  • History of CEREC
  • CEREC and InLab
  • From conventional to digital
  • Profitability
  • Same day digital dentistry, single through to multiple unit restorations
  • Digital workflow, to include diagnostics, preparation, design, impressions, milling, fit
  • CEREC connect
  • The power of digital dentistry

Speaking the same language - a powerful digital workflow between dentists and laboratories. Part 2 - Dr. Daniel Vasquez and Frankie Costa

Aims and objectives:

 Through this practical demonstration, learn how the CEREC software and hardware work and how they integrate with InLab, taking into consideration:

  • Sirona Connect administration to include data input, file uploads, transfer requirements, personalisation, case acceptance, parameters, milling strategy, export, mobile app
  • digital workflow to include scanning, occlusion, materials, milling, fit, polish
  • Marketing 

Indirect vs direct restorations - indications for cuspal coverage - Dr. Nikhil Sethi

Aims and objectives:

  • Advantages of direct composite for cuspal coverage
  • Virtues of direct composite over indirect, direct composite engineering principles for large cavities
  • Key points and benefits of composites in large cavities, wear cases
  • Comparison with indirect restorations

Milling or filling - Dr. Alif Moosajee

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of restoring structurally compromised teeth in the digital age, taking into consideration:

  • Technology in dentistry, to include loupes, handpiece, intra-oral camera, CEREC
  • Restorations in posterior teeth and reasons for failure between direct and indirect
  • Preparation design considering conservation, when to cover cusps
  • CEREC design
  • Bonding
  • Workflow 

Direct composite cuspal coverage versus mill or fill in the digital age - Dr's. Alif Moosajee and Nikhil Sethi

Aims and objectives:

Gain an understanding of direct composite cuspal coverage. What is the best way to restore structurally compromised teeth, taking into consideration:

  • Fractures
  • Large cavities
  • Restoring wear
  • Indirect or direct
  • Materials and methods
  • Engineering principles
  • Financial considerations
  • Rationale, planning and protocol

CEREC Demonstration - Frankie Costa

Aims and objectives:

Through this practical demonstration, understand InLab software and hardware, taking into consideration:

  • The InLab system to include software, data input, file types, file uploads, file downloads, communication, import, export, portal, compatibility, parameters, hardware
  • Digital workflow to include design, materials, milling
  • Scanning to include layering, virtual articulation, surgical guides

CEREC - My first year - Dr. Harmeet Grewal

Aims and objectives:

Learn about the journey, his first year in CEREC, taking into consideration:

  • An introduction to CEREC to include the software, parameters
  • Comparisons between Omnicam, Bluecam and Milling units
  • Benefits for patients and clinicians
  • Digital workflow to include preparation, photography, administration, scanning, materials, design, milling, staining and glazing, furnace, fit
  • Marketing

An introduction to Digital Smile Design - Dr. Jameel Gardee

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand the stages of Digital Smile Design
  • The benefits of Digital Smile Design, case acceptance and consent, and the workflow of Digital Smile Design
  • How this can be used in daily practice, and the advantages of using video in Digital Smile Design
  • Understand ethical selling and case acceptance of the patient through the Digital Smile Design process

The digital occlusal connection - Dr. Ian Buckle

Aims and objectives:

Understand the digital occlusal connection, taking into consideration:

  • CEREC in daily practice
  • The importance of understanding occlusion and function
  • Occlusal instability; fracture, migration, mobility, fremitus
  • Functional aesthetic excellence; materials, procedures, the concepts
  • The complete examination; joints, muscles, teeth
  • TMJ-Occlusal examination
  • Vision of optimum care; optimum oral health, anatomic harmony, functional harmony, occlusal stability, aesthetic success
  • Equal intensity bilateral contacts, anterior guidance, centric relation

The smile designer - Dr. Imad Ghandour

Aims and objectives:

  • Understand the stages involved in planning
  • Appreciate the use of technology and digital dentistry in smile design
  • The importance of photos, videos, mock-ups and trial smiles, in communication with the patient
  • Learn the different stages involved in 2 different smile design study cases

View from the lab. Part 1 - planning, creating and selling high definition files - Tony Knight

Aims and objectives:

Learn about planning, creating and selling high definition files, taking into consideration:

  • Game changing dental technology
  • CADCAM to include zirconia, titanium
  • Digital workflow, scanned preps, virtual articulation, diagnostic wax-ups, temporaries, models, milling
  • Crowns, inlays, bridges, telescopic, bars, orthodontics, dentures
  • 3D printing, wax printing, laser metal sintering, CrCo/Titanium, with/without attachments
  • Digital implant planning, surgical guides
  • Monolithic restorations, milled, layered, morphology, colour, polish
  • Prepping for milled restorations
  • Digital smile design
  • Selling the smile, marketing, evidence of success

View from the lab. Part 2. intelligent digital design - Stephen Green

Aims and objectives:

Gain knowledge on education and innovation using the latest digital technology, taking into consideration:

  • Why digital technology, quality of production, choice of materials, return on investment, external market, internal market, competition, change
  • Why choose digital
  • How is the market changing to include benefits
  • Digital workflow man vs machine
  • Recruitment and selection
  • Education for the dental technician and the dentist
  • Market development
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