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The Digital Impact on Full Arch Implant Dentistry

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The expanding role of digital information has been critical in the design and establishment of an accurate full arch restoration. Likely more than most situations, digital record taking and the establishment of VDO and vertical space requirements is essential in Full Arch Therapies. This presentation will review current methodology, suggest and explain accuracy issues and tolerances when recording implant positions for the lab phase. The digital divide is becoming smaller each day and allowing unusual predictability in our restorative case flow.

Date Added:
7/6/2022

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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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