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Come migliorare la comunicazione tra il Clinico ed il Tecnico ai fini di un preciso ed efficace Smile Design per il restauro definitivo

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Come clinici e tecnici all’avanguardia abbiamo il dovere di tenerci al passo con i tempi ed incorporare nella nostra pratica clinica quotidiana le nuove tecnologie digitali ed i nuovi materiali utilizzabili. In piu, e’ essenziale che tutti i membri del team odontoiatrico partecipino attivamente al processo di piano trattamento in maniera da assicurare al paziente il miglior risultato e beneficio possibile. Risulta pertanto essere fondamentale la costante interazione tra tutti i membri del team dentale. Il tecnico deve avere perlomeno le basi fondamentali delle procedure cliniche e degli ultimi sviluppi sui protocolli di communicazione per un piu’ semplice workflow ed servizio di alta qualita’. Il clinico deve avere il controllo di tutti i passaggi tecnici fondamentali quali la ceratura diagnostica, la fabbricazione del mock - up, la scelta del colore cosi come quella del materiale, il tipo di preparazione e la fabbricazione del provvisorio, in maniera tale da assicurare un attiva cooperazione al proprio tecnico.

Date Added:
12/2/2013

Author(s):

Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT
Dr. Christian Coachman graduated in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002 and in Dental Technology in 1995. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of...
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Online Videos / Restorative / Other Restorative / Improving the Dentist/Technician Communication for optimum Smile Design and Ceramic Restorations




Questions & Comments
SAVERIO ACCARDI - (11/8/2014 6:33 AM)

Pure class!!!!

gholamreza dehghan - (11/7/2014 4:03 AM)

Thank you so much,it was very useful.

jacques claire - (1/11/2014 4:52 AM)

Amazing presentation . What kind of software do you use ?

Regards .

Maurice Salama - (12/5/2013 11:51 PM)

Outstanding...a world changer. Thanks Dr. Salama

NEBAL NABUT - (9/17/2013 4:06 PM)

lovely presentation , thank you

pop cristian - (5/3/2013 4:46 PM)

Very impresive and emotional presentation again ...looking forward to see you again in Timisoara. DSD puts emotion in dentistry ...wonderfull!!!:)))

Robert Ritter - (5/1/2013 9:34 PM)

Christian, as always great presentation, digital technology/communication is where its at in 2013. Its only moving forward, thanks for leading the push and guiding us forward!

ALEXANDER SALVONI - (4/29/2013 11:54 PM)

Nice contribution!

John Heimke - (4/29/2013 7:46 AM)

Excellent information, utilized daily

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