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CAD CAM Dentistry for Teeth and Implants

Description:
This webinar will discuss options for Cad/Cam fabrication of ceramic restorations for teeth and implants. The technologies available today can give the same aesthetic restorations with half the time, and half the visits. The software capabilities are available for all types of restorations. All the different types of scanners will be discussed and how they are used in a prosthetic private practice. Various CAD - ceramic materials allow the clinician to get high translucency, high flexural strength and excellent marginal integrity.

Date Added:
5/22/2014

Author(s):

Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS
Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS, received his dental degree and Prosthodontic specialty training at New York University College of Dentistry. He is currently the Director of the ...
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Questions & Comments
Anton Andrews - (8/28/2014 12:04 AM)

Good presentation about advantages of the digital dentistry. it was missing TRIOS scanner among others. Great point is made that a dentist has to do design, not clueless techs in labs. Unfortunately, there were no full contour zirconia restorative options presented, thus missing a vector modern dentistry is taking now. I will not comment on the implant (fixture level) work.

Victor Martel - (6/3/2014 9:06 AM)

Great presentation Dean! When you make the fixed provisional out of Emax in the anterior, do you end up destroying them during removal?

Maurice Salama - (5/30/2014 8:29 AM)

Are you scanning at the time of placement routinely and are you loading sooner? Thanks Maurice

John Heimke - (5/28/2014 11:00 AM)

Dr Dean Nice job as always and I learn something new to take back and use. See you next month at Dental XP Fl

Steven Berwitz - (5/28/2014 7:10 AM)

Great lecture. I have been using a scanner in the office for 6 months now with great success using implant scanning abutments. I just wanted to ask again about cementing ceramic crowns with temporary cement. I always like to temp cement abutment supported restorations. You mention that cementing an e-max/ceramic restoration with temp cement is routinely done. Are there concerns with fracture. I was under the impression the bonding is necessary for these restoration. Thank you.

Arshad Hasan - (5/28/2014 5:18 AM)

Thnaks, Great Presentation

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