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Friday

For many decades, very little changed with the way we make dentures. Over the last ten years, we have finally started to see technology transform the status quo. As workflows evolve to incorporate digital dentistry, clinicians can benefit from interweaving components of both conventional and digital denture workflows. 3D printing allows for workflows that have never been possible. This course will walk through incorporating 3D printing into various digital denture workflows. Systematic clinical guidelines will be presented that make chairside steps easier, and results more predictable for both the clinician and the laboratory team. The program will also demonstrate the evolution of digital denture materials and fabrication methods to provide higher strength, better fit, a permanent archive of the denture, happier patients and happier staff!

Commercial Supporter: Dentsply Sirona



Objectives:
  • Effectively communicate and partner with a team, including dental laboratory technicians to achieve more predictable results
  • Capture and provide the best data to achieve predictable results
  • Walk through clinical guidelines for immediate, reference, & conventional digital dentures
  • Describe and know the indications for contemporary dental materials
  • Become familiar with 3D printing hardware
  • Better grasp 3D printing processes and best practices
01:45pm - 02:45pm Eastern - April 12, 2024

Choose from six to eight course options on various topics, with both non-CE product demos and CE courses.  More courses to be added soon!


Friday

As technology and surgical protocols advance, full-arch implant solutions are becoming increasingly common. Planning and executing full-arch fixed implant solutions can be a confusing and complicated endeavor. This course aims to address some of the most commonly encountered questions and complications with these “All-on-X” restorations. It will include restoratively driven treatment planning, digital planning for surgical guides, digital restorative solutions, a materials review, and how to utilize multi-unit abutments. This course includes digital planning and surgical guides, and can be modified to highlight removable implant overdentures, fixed full arch, or both.

Commercial Supporter: Dentsply Sirona



Objectives:
  • Discuss the factors and restorative materials involved in treatment planning for all on X cases
  • Know how to leverage CAD/CAM solutions for predictable full arch prosthetics
  • Explain indications and processes for immediate loading provisionalization
Friday

Join Kris Schermerhorn, CDT, to learn more about the Trusana Premium Denture System and the future of 3D printed digital dentures using the revolutionary TrujetX3 printer. He will first cover the Trusana materials, which include premium tooth resin, high-impact denture base resin, and a one-step bonding adhesive. You will learn about Trusana’s patented chemistry that results in lifelike translucency as well as its fracture toughness, wear resistance, and unique ability to maintain its flexural strength and modulus in the presence of water. Kris will educate you on the optimal workflow to streamline production using Asiga equipment to produce a stronger, more beautiful denture. Kris will end the session with a brief introduction to the TrujetX3, Myerson’s latest innovation that produces a one-piece, high-impact premium Trusana denture.

Commercial Supporter: Zahn Dental


Friday

3D printed dentures provide many impactful benefits for patients, clinicians and labs. Adoption is growing rapidly, but successful implementation requires effective education and communication between technicians and clinicians. Join us for an informative discussion with lab and clinical experts discussing strategies for successfully transitioning to 3D printed dentures and best practices for overcoming the most common obstacles.

Commercial Supporter: Carbon



Objectives:
  • Explore the benefits of 3D printed dentures for clinicians, patients, and laboratories
  • Discuss the most common challenges faced by clinicians and laboratories when adopting 3D printed dentures, and their solutions
  • Describe the workflows for copy dentures, reference dentures, and edentulous patients
  • Discuss best practices for capturing records with IOS and the role of digital photography
  • Explain the steps required to get started doing 3D printed dentures now
03:15pm - 04:15pm Eastern - April 12, 2024

Choose from six to eight course options on various topics, with both non-CE product demos and CE courses. More courses to be added soon!


Friday

As technology and surgical protocols advance, full-arch implant solutions are becoming increasingly common. Planning and executing full-arch fixed implant solutions can be a confusing and complicated endeavor. This course aims to address some of the most commonly encountered questions and complications with these “All-on-X” restorations. It will include restoratively driven treatment planning, digital planning for surgical guides, digital restorative solutions, a materials review, and how to utilize multi-unit abutments. This course includes digital planning and surgical guides, and can be modified to highlight removable implant overdentures, fixed full arch, or both.

Commercial Supporter: Dentsply Sirona


Saturday
09:05am - 09:45am Eastern - April 13, 2024 | Room: JW Ballroom 6-10

Join Kris Schermerhorn, CDT, for a discussion around current trends in 3D printing premium dentures as well as what one can expect in the future. The use of 3D Printing technology in the industry is growing, and as the industry changes, both dentists and technicians alike want to streamline workflows and increase efficiencies without sacrificing quality for the patient. Kris will share his views on how to produce esthetic, high-impact premium dentures with fewer technicians, less equipment, and shorter turnaround time.

Commercial Supporter: Zahn Dental


10:15am - 11:15am Eastern - April 13, 2024

Choose from six to eight course options on various topics, with both non-CE product demos and CE courses. More courses to be added soon!


Saturday

This program will review denture fabrication methods and demonstrate what techniques have changed. The latest in 3D printing processes and materials will be highlighted, demonstrating their strength, accuracy, and esthetics. Additionally, this course will review clinical guidelines that make chairside steps easier to accomplish.

Commercial Supporter: Dentsply Sirona



Objectives:
  • Discuss clinical records—what is needed for success and how to obtain them
  • Explain where we are today with denture impressions
  • Describe a simple systematic approach to a three-appointment digital denture Denture fabrication methods and how current CAD-CAM technologies have improved them The latest 3D printed denture materials that are stronger than anything ever used utilizing a functional try-in and why it’s better removable clinical tips and tricks for a less stressful experience and result
Saturday

Join Milos Markovic, CDT, for a deep dive into producing All-On-X case production with a focus on optimizing your workflow and streamlining processes.  

Attendees will learn the best design options and manufacturing solutions in final prosthetics using integrated workflows in 3D printing and milling featuring DESS components and case studies.

Commercial Sponsor: Zahn Dental


Saturday

Delve into the world of digital prosthodontics using multi-material and full-color 3D printing. Adrienne Slevin moderates a panel discussing the transformative potential of additive manufacturing in creating customized dental solutions, from fixed to removable prosthodontics, and the implications for technicians and clinicians.

Commercial Supporter: Stratasys