- To understand the benefits with digital impressions
- To know the possibilities of advanced intra oral scanning
- To understand the concept of accuracy
- To learn about tissue control
- To know how to engage patients and get case acceptance
A presentation of the benefits with digital impressions. See a comparison to the old analog techniques and what you can do today that wasn’t even possible before. A walk-thru of the Workflows in intra oral scanning. How to scan for surgical guides and edentulous areas. Principles and case presentation.
As a practitioner or lab, your goal is to create quality restorations that fit patients perfectly. The only way to predictably accomplish this is by beginning your workflow with consistent and accurate impressions.
Intraoral scanners on the other hand, capture the entire dentition. They do it faster, more accurately and studies’ show, more comfortably for your patient.
With digital impressions, you can review the scan immediately after capture, while your patient still sits in the chair. That means any errors can be corrected on the spot.
While most of us think about intraoral scanner accuracy and function when we consider going digital, it is the benefits to your patients that just might be the number one reason for you to make the move. There are several studies that document patients prefer the digital workflow. Digital dentistry impresses your patients and gets them talking and recommending your practice.