Digital Dentistry Week

 

Category
  •  International Courses
Level
  • Beginner
Contact
Ms Nadine Kutta
+41 61 565 41 52 +41 61 565 41 01
Course number
State/County
Baden-Württemberg
Date

Jun 24th, 2019 - Jun 28th, 2019

Participants
12 max. number of participants
8 min. number of participants
Time
Course fee (VAT included)
Location
Universitätsklinikum Freiburg

Universitätsklinik für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde

Hugstetter Straße 55
79106 Freiburg
Duitsland

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This course teaches the complete digital workflow in the dental practice with theoretical and practical modules for every workflow step.

 

Profile of the target group:
This course is intended for dentists who want to learn what it means to implement a digital workflow in their practice. You will get a detailed overview on all of the components of the workflow and will be able to implement

 

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Have a profound knowledge of all digital workflow steps in the dental practice
  • Decide which digital steps could be implemented in their daily workflow
  • Rate an implant system based on its digital compatibility
  • Choose a suitable soft- and hardware
  • Get in touch with experts in every field

Requirements:
Before attending this course, dentists must have:

  • a certain affinity to new technologies
  • practical use of standard implantology techniques – radiography, case

 

Module Overview:

 

MODULE 1 (Diagnostic):
Start with a radiation protection unit followed by fundamental information about the DVT technology. Learn to interpret DVT/CBCT images and understand the principles of 3-dimensional representation. Recognize anatomical variations and pathologic conditions. Get to know the CBCT key metrics in dental implantology and understand effective patient doses to minimize exposure.

 

MODULE 2 (Intraoral scan, data matching):
Use an intraoral scanner on training models and learn how to match the STL surface data with the DICOM data from the CBCT scan. Several models and cases are available for a detailed training session. Create printed models with a model builder software and get to know the different types of implant analogs.

 

MODULE 3 (Restoration design, guide design):
Recieve a basic 3Shape Implant Studio™ course and start to use the latest software version to design implant bone restorations. There will be numerous cases waiting on your training computer to be completed. Learn how to use the aligned data with digital backward planning for a correct surgical guide design. The prosthetic restoration determines the final implant position.

 

MODULE 4 (Guided Surgery):
Learn the advantages of guided surgery and get your first experience when using a guide template to place several training implants in a model. Get to know the different guide designs with the advantages and disadvantages for specific treatments. Be there when experts showing their handling of the template during a live guided surgery.


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