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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

The Master Impression - Simultaneous Two Stage Impression Technique The Master Impression - Simultaneous Two Stage Impression Technique

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
John C Schwartz, DDS


Date Added:
08/09/2011

Course Description:

Rejected impressions cause delays in seating your final restoration or starting your patients Invisalign treatment. In addition, inaccurate impressions create addional cost and inconvenience to the procedures for all involved. It is critical to make every effort to ensure that your VPS impression accurately represents your patient’s dentition for Invisalign and prosthetic laboratory submissions. This webinar will allow you to discover the potential benefits of the Simultaneous 2 Stage VPS impression technique in creating predictably accurate master casts.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to increase productivity by getting the correct impression the first time
  • Understand why impression taking is the key to getting the proper fitting restoration every time
  • Learn proper techniques of impression taking for Invisilign treatment
  • Discover the potential benefits of the simultaneous 2 stage VPS impression technique

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 The Master Impression - Simultaneous Two Stage Impression Technique - Part 1
Rejected impressions cause delays in seating your final restoration or starting your patients Invisalign treatment. In addition, inaccurate impressions create addional cost and inconvenience to the procedures for all involved. It is critical to make every effort to ensure that your VPS impression accurately represents your patient’s dentition for Invisalign and prosthetic laboratory submissions. This webinar will allow you to discover the potential benefits of the Simultaneous 2 Stage VPS impression technique in creating predictably accurate master casts.
2 The Master Impression - Simultaneous Two Stage Impression Technique - Part 2
Rejected impressions cause delays in seating your final restoration or starting your patients Invisalign treatment. In addition, inaccurate impressions create addional cost and inconvenience to the procedures for all involved. It is critical to make every effort to ensure that your VPS impression accurately represents your patient’s dentition for Invisalign and prosthetic laboratory submissions. This webinar will allow you to discover the potential benefits of the Simultaneous 2 Stage VPS impression technique in creating predictably accurate master casts.
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