Digital Dentistry has become more and more utilized in the clinical arena. This course will provide participants a thorough understanding of the benefits and limitations of Analog vs Digital dentistry from a realistic perspective as it pertains to all the steps of the planning and execution phases. A new Digital Protocol will be presented to help guide the participants through the initial Evaluation phase. Along with the intensive didactic program, a hands on program will be implemented to illustrate how to Utilize the “Rebel” system, Mock up fabrication, provisional fabrication, preparation design, and Occlusal Evaluation and adjustments in the provisional phase. Understanding the Esthetic Evaluation and it’s impact on esthetics Communication between the dentist, patient and the lab Visual Communication – Digital Vs. analog Utilizing the Mock up and Provisionals for clinical evaluation Occlusal Considerations and management Material Options and selection Preparation Design Fabrication of the Mock up and Provisionalization options Final Impression Procedures Decision Making and Management of the final cementation or bonding protocols Soft Tissue Management for teeth and implants anterior Implant Protocols (single vs multiple) Pink Ceramic vs Surgical Augmentation – the clinical reality Management of Complex Cases Management of Combination Cases (veneers, Crowns, Implant Crowns) Learning Objectives.
Where: JW Marriot – Turnbery Resort and Spa.
When: June 5-7
Breakfast and Lunch will be served Daily
Social Events: Cocktail reception Turnberry Resort and Spa
Welcome Reception at Turnberry Resort and Spa
Management of the Anterior Sextant is the most critical factor in Esthetics for our highly demanding patients. Understanding the decision making process is essential for Esthetic success. Most of Esthetic Failures are related to a lack of a consistent Treatment Planning and Execution protocol for all type of restorations. This course will provide participants with a 3 day intensive review of Treatment Planning for Anterior Esthetics, Material Options and decision making, Preparation design, Cementation and bonding protocols for Porcelain Laminate Veneers, Crowns, Bridges and Implant Restorations.
Through a clinical proven and evidence based approach, Dr. Morr and Gurel with guide you through different protocols in order to achieve the ideal results from both an esthetic and functional perspective. Although from different parts of the world and through slightly different methods, they both have a developed successful and consistent protocols for each of the above scenarios and these protocols will be discussed in detail.