Aug13

Predictable Excellence in Prosthodontic Practice - A Synergy Between Modern Ceramics & Digitial Technology

Presented by Dr John Sorensen

 

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Time:

5:00 - 9:00pm

Venue:

ADAQ CPD & Training Centre
26 - 28 Hamilton Place 
Bowen Hills Qld 4006

Cost:

CPD:

3 scientific hours

Catering:

Dinner

The synergistic interaction between modern material systems, digital technologies and software developments have propelled enormous advancements in both conventional and implant prosthodontics. Dr Sorensen will cover the latest developments in materials systems and will demonstrate how these technologies facilitate increased laboratory and clinical control, predictability, efficiency and simplicity, yet produce exquisite anatomy, natural aesthetics, and superior functional design, all with high precision. He will explore the global phenomenon of clinicians’ widespread adoption of monolithic ceramics, lithium disilicates and particularly zirconia, for routine practice for fixed prosthodontics. These systems bring a level of clinical predictability and longevity never seen before in the clinical practice of aesthetic fixed prosthodontics. Dr Sorensen will explain these novel ceramics with the latest available research, as well as new cement formulations, presenting selection criteria and simplified cementation techniques. These digital workflows enhance all steps in the Prosthodontic Process from diagnosis, to planning, to provisional restoration fabrication, to definitive abutment and prosthesis fabrication. Combing sound traditional fixed prosthodontic principles with modern materials processed by new technologies and methodologies optimize prosthodontic therapies to a whole new level. Applications from single tooth, to FMR, to full arch implant prostheses are presented. Clinicians do not necessarily have to make the capital investment in digital technologies. Sorensen will demonstrate how clinicians can still operate in their comfortable analogue world yet their laboratory can work on the digital platform. For prostheses in the aesthetic zone a revolutionary new micro layering system unlike anything the profession has seen before will be presented.
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