Date: 13 November 2022 | Time: 11:00-11:45 (GST) | Location: Online Event
New technologies are impacting and challenging traditional dental protocols in many aspects. Involving of IO scanners, 3D printers, modern softwares and great new materials merging both esthteic and physical properties- nowadays is more than exciting. And those products still evolve and constantly upgrading. On the other hand biology and patient needs as well as fundamentals of dental science still remains the same making clinician a central point of decision making in what extent those technologies are reliable, precise and in relation of well proven analogue steps. Along with new clinical tools clinicians are faced with more complex material selection for each procedure in treatment phase as well as lately increased restorative options with monolithic restorations on teeth and implants. The presentation would follow patient journey from diagnostics to full mouth hybrid implant supported restorative solution addressing attention on specific treatment phases, need for team approach, material selection option and means of communication within a team putting patients satisfaction and benefits in central point of all clinical steps.
- How to integrate digital technologies in complex diagnostic procedures
- How to recognise the need for analog verification of new digital technologies.
- How to select the proper material for different restorative options in the same indication field
- Introduction of communication between the lab and all clinical parties in complex treatment workflows
- Current limitations of FDW and their perspectives