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The Role of Digital Technologies and Materials for Full Arch Implant Reconstruction

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In prosthetic rehabilitations, we used for many years codified and widely described protocols in literature, with results that met our expectations and well above those of our patients. It is true that the advent of new technologies has enabled the dental team to use new material and new equipment that facilitated the production of an adaptation and an accuracy of the prosthetic rehabilitation that has, up to now, been difficult to obtain. Today, intra-oral mapping technology is one of the most exciting new areas in dentistry since three-dimensional scanning of the mouth is required in a large number of procedures such as prosthodontics, implant dentistry and orthodontics. All the existing intra-oral scanners are trying to face the limitations and the disadvantages of the traditional impression procedure maintaining a high accuracy level in order to be used as an efficacious alternative to the conventional impression technique. In this presentation, we will analyze different cases, highlighting the operational differences that they have developed over time, with the increasing knowledge of the new materials and the daily developing of the new software's. It is also described how traditional materials and techniques have been replaced with other innovative new technologies, and how the results obtained with these are systematic and significantly better in updated generations prior.

Date Added:
2/23/2017

Author(s):

Alessandro Agnini, DMD Alessandro Agnini, DMD
Dr. Alessandro Agnini graduated in 1989 from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy.

He has private dental practices in Modena and Sassuolo, Emilia Romag...
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Questions & Comments
Dr. Susan Delpeche94 - (12/31/2019 1:45 AM)

Great presentation! Thank you.

Andrea Agnini - (3/18/2017 1:17 PM)

Maurice, You can work with the DSD virtual lab, creating digitally the Mock up starting from the 2d DSD, switching it in 3D using a specific software such as Nemotech for example. With the same software You can combine then the CBCT data to analyze the best implant position following the anatomic scenario and obviously guided by the prosthetic project based on the mock up. If You want to guide the surgery You can ask the DSD Virtual Lab to fabricate the surgical guide as well.

barry manson - (3/8/2017 3:02 PM)

Excellent article! Thank you

Andrea Agnini - (3/8/2017 10:46 AM)

Doctor Goldstein, thank You very much for Your comment. My brother myself and our dental technician team are very pleased and honored from Your kind words!

Ronald Goldstein - (3/6/2017 10:11 PM)

Beautiful presentation, Guys! Love your ceramic esthetics!!!

Maurice Salama - (3/2/2017 8:37 AM)

Great job my dear friends, how do you utilize digital mock-ups to assist in planning the implants when remaining teeth are not in best position? Thanks Maurice

Andrea Agnini - (3/1/2017 6:00 PM)

Thank You Alfonso! Looking forward to Your Webinar next week!

Alfonso Coscarella - (3/1/2017 3:56 PM)

Masters!

Andrea Agnini - (3/1/2017 12:40 PM)

Thank You Jonathan!

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