Date: 26 November 2023 | Time: 13:00-14:00 (GST) | Location: Online Event
Afg is a system for designing, modeling and communicating the human dental shape, based on the discovery of objective numerical codes and geometric repetitiveness. It is an idea of the Italian dental technician A. Battistelli, who brought to the dental field the mathematical-geometric design criteria used in the millenary tradition by painters, sculptors, and in more modern times by archaeologists, fashion stylists-tailors and restorers.
It can be used with any type of material and indifferently in the analogue and digital fields, as well as as an enhancement tool for the marketing of the practice and laboratory.
In 2010 the book “AFG Modelling” by A. Battistelli & Co. was published, translated into 13 languages, in 2021 the text “AFG Memo” was published (4 languages) both with the publishing house Team Work Media.
AFG has become a subject of teaching in many national and international public schools and universities.
In 2019 the Senate of the Italian Republic, wanted to reward Alberto Battistelli & Co. for having made AFG an "Italian Excellence in the world".
- Explain the process of mentally conceiving the normal human shape of teeth using simple mathematical geometric codes.
- Discuss how to simplify the achievement of excellence in the reproduction of tooth shape through the use of straightforward numerical codes.
- Explore the concept of reprogramming the cerebro-manual coordination of dentists and dental technicians to attain the natural shape of teeth, whether in digital or analog form.
- Describe the creation of an objective communication system between the doctor, dental technician, and patient, aiming to reduce disputes and the necessity to redo work.
- Investigate the transformation of teeth into simple numerical representations to enhance professional authority, improve business protocols, and increase the business profit of dental practices and laboratories.