Dental implantology has greatly benefited from the digital revolution in every aspect. Where surgical experience can be complemented by guided technology, the abutment can be easily customized using precise milling technology. Depending on the clinical situation, the restorations can also be designed and fabricated in single visit.
This total integration of the implant workflow, together with the pre-op planning and surgical guide is the main focus of this hands-on course.
- Surgical guide considerations in a full digital workflow
- Restoration design for screw-retained crown
- Material considerations for aesthetics
- Milling strategies
- Post production procedures and profile shaping
- Staining and polishing tips
||The CEREC Implant Concept
• Procedural workflow
• Types and uses of surgical guides
• Optimizing restoration design
• Considerations in dynamic occlusion
• Adaptation for immediate implants
• Multifactorial treatment with SICAT
• The Transfer Concept for edentulous digital impression
||Demo by speakers:
The Complete CEREC Workflow for Implant Restoration
||Hands-on for Participants
• Restoration design techniques
• Milling and material considerations
• Polishing techniques
• Staining and glazing
||Review: Why CEREC?
• The roles of the dentist and the team member
• When to involve the lab?
• Financial considerations for chairside implant restorations