These lectures were filmed at the digital symposium in 2017

Lectures 1 and 2. The Role of Digital Technologies and Materials for Full Arch Implant Reconstructions by Drs Andrea Agnini and Alessandro Agnini

Aims and Objectives for lecture 1

  • The digital workflow employed for full arch materials in the digital environment – all the steps that are needed in a digital case,
  • When, where and how the new technologies are being incorporated into the treatment plan sequence
  • The benefits of intra-oral scanning in implant dentistry
  • The role of digital technologies in implant provision in the aesthetic zone. Understanding the limitation of scan bodies in soft tissue contour and how to use digital to improve the soft tissue contour created by provisional restorations
  • The role of digital technologies in the Surgical Veneer Grafting technique

Aims and Objectives: for lecture 2

  • A history of the speaker’s experiences on the use of digital technology on full arch cases and how their protocol has evolved
  • Current limitations of using digital technologies in full arch cases
  • The choice of materials in the full arch cases and selection protocols
  • Soft tissue management
  • Some tips on scanning full arch cases

Lectures 3 and 4. Dr Colin Campbell provided the lecture in 2 parts

Aims and Objectives of lecture 3

Aim: To use a single complex implant case to demonstrate some of the advantages and challenges of introducing guided implant surgery into practice

Objectives : Following these 2 parts viewers will

  • Have a greater understanding of guided implant surgery
  • Understand it is a complex and detailed procedure
  • Understand the experience is required to master the planning techniques
  • Be aware of some of the benefits to the patient and the treatment team
  • See how guided surgery planning can improve discussion and consent processes in implant dentistry in some cases

Aims and Objectives of lecture 4

  • Have a greater understanding of guided implant surgery
  • Understand it is a complex and detailed procedure
  • Understand the experience is required to master the planning techniques
  • Be aware of some of the benefits to the patient and the treatment team
  • See how guided surgery planning can improve discussion and consent processes in implant dentistry in some cases
  • Watch videos of a case including planning (using the CBCT and STL and digital software), surgery (including incision design and flap raising tips ) and execution of implant preparation and placement to understand guided surgery and the role of digital technology in this case
  • The role of digital in making the prosthesis

Lecture 5. A Digital workflow for the whole dental team by Dr Ian Buckle

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Lectures 6 and 7.  Digitising the dental patient for smile design planning by Dr Jameel Gardee

This lecture and demo was filmed at the Digital Symposium in 2017 . Dr Jameel Gardee provided a live demonstration of how to take digital records from a patient including the video phase, the scanning and the mock up of a new smile. Dr Gardee also demonstrates how the smile mock up is created.

Aims & Objectives of lecture 6

  • Using Digital Smile Design and Digital Planning for your aesthetic patient WITH a LIVE DEMO
  • What cameras can be used for the photos
  • What software can be used for the smile designing and digital waxup
  • What printing methods are available for the mock up
  • What Is the step by step and visit by visit process in these cases
  • Understand how the digital planning process happens via a live patient demo
  • Understand and gain tricks on how to get digital records
  • A practical demonstration of photography and video in the DSD process
  • A demonstration of scanning in this process

Aims and Objectives of lecture 7

  • The Mock Up strategy
  • A practical demonstration of how the motivational mock up is done and how the patient information is recorded before and after

Lecture 8. SKYN Concept Art & Technology by Livio Yoshinaga

Aims & Objectives

  • The role of manual and digital in dentistry and overview of what processes or procedures can be done digitally
  • The steps in creating a workflow
  • The SKYN Working plan in 3 visits and the complete digital plan from seeing a patient to the motivational mock up

Lecture 9. The CEREC Single Central with Dr Simon Chard

Aims and Objectives:

  • Gain tips on using CEREC for the single central.
  • Understand the challenges of the single central incisor restoration and the challenges.
  • Introduction to key principles of aesthetics with CEREC.
  • Discussion of shape and shade and how these can create the illusion of layering in monolithics.
  • Gain some great tips on how to select the correct shade for your blocks.
  • An overview of the design parameters you can use to simplify morphology creation to deliver aesthetic monolithic restorations - inclusive of these design modes - Biogeneric individual and Biojaw, BioGeneric Copy, and Biogeneric Reference.

Lecture 10. Elevating everyday restorative dentistry with intra oral digital impressions

Aims & Objectives:

  • To highlight workflows for providing state of the art digital solutions for restorative treatment.
  • To consider expanded applications included implant dentistry and orthodontics.
  • Focus on digital scanning of crown and bridges cases in every day clinical practice.

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