I began in 2005 as a CAD/CAM technician in the Gold Department working with sintered and unsintered Zirconia, Alumina, Titanium , allceramics/ pressables and Captek. I trained on PTC, learning metal and...See more porcelain to assist when needed and enhance my understanding of design & aesthetics. I was eventually stationed in QC to observe client and case management with the idea of opening an offsite milling center I could later manage. With that I became onsite Manager of CAD/CAM which involved helping clients over phone or in person, estimates, troubleshooting, case design, scheduling and ordering. I also enjoyed opportunities to betatest for Nobel Biocare (Procera) and train Cercon owners through Dentsply. The lab never did open the milling center but the insight granted has been invaluable.
Entering 3rd year of George Brown College's 3year RDT program.
Certified Medical Technician (MLA/T) with the Ontario Society of Medical Technologists
I would like to further study maxillofacial prosthedontics
The esthetic implant rehabilitation of patients with comprised dentition frequently involves a multidisciplinary...See more approach and these cases present an esthetic clinical challenge. During recent years, treatment modalities and options have changed in order to minimize bone resorption and soft tissue alterations. Dr. Eric Van Dooren focuses on the integration of IPS e.max in the prosthetic approach in difficult esthetic implant rehabilitations.
Dr. Galip Gürel presents a protocol that improves the esthetic diagnosis, the interdisciplinary communication and...See more the predictability of anterior esthetic restorations. He addresses the synergistic effects of digital communication, microscopes, microendodontics, microsurgeries and lasers on the treatment planning process and execution.
Oliver Brix, MDT, presents treatment options following a strict protocol of communication between the dentist and...See more technician to economize tooth structure removal according to material requirements. He presents numerous cases ranging from single tooth restorations to full mouth rehabilitations showing a range of indications and customized use of the e.max System as well as minimally invasive indirect treatment methods.
The Daily Bite
To better communicate with dentist-clients about problems with impressions, many laboratory owners are taking advantage of digital photos, saying a picture is worth a thousand words.
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