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Mar 14, 2013 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Ceram-Tek Dental Lab · Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Usage of CAD/CAM technology provides increased benefits to the clinician and can offer esthetic results for patients. The expanded capabilities of current CAD/CAM scanners to accurately scan and design restorations will be presented, from single-tooth to full-mouth rehabilitations and implant restorations.
The process of creating provisional and final CAD/CAM restorations with the lab will be covered, from material selection and digital model fabrication to CAD/CAM lab procedures and completing the final restoration. Connectivity between current CAD/CAM scanners and intra-oral scanners allows the restorative doctor to take a digital impression, make any occlusal modifications chairside, and send the file to the laboratory to design the restoration.
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Ceram-Tek Dental Lab
113 SW 11th Court, STE B Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach planning and treating patients...See more with implant-supported restorations. Predictable outcomes are routinely derived through a coordinated effort between the restorative dentist, surgeon and technician. It is therefore imperative that the treatment team have common goals, knowledge of available technology and desire to incorporate this technology into the workflow to achieve optimal patient care and esthetic results.