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The Changing Paradigm of Digital Implant Dentistry: Today’s Technology and Tomorrow’s Concepts - Part 2 of 2

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Digital technology has revolutionized implant dentistry but not without frustration. Recent advances with hardware, software, and materials now present integrated solutions for the implant team through planning, placement, and restoration. Single implant treatment will be presented for every-day practice, as well as more advanced partial and fully-edentulous techniques. The most efficient and precise workflows through Keystone and its industry partners will give you concrete digital solutions ready for implementation in your practice. At the conclusion of the lecture the speaker will define some different “team structures” for how the surgeon, dentist, and lab could invest in technology and work together.

Date Added:
5/15/2019

Author(s):

Peter Barndt, DDS, MDSc, FACP Peter Barndt, DDS, MDSc, FACP
Dr. Barndt graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1998. He completed Dental School at the Uni...
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