Lecture Demonstrating how to Seamlessly Implement 3D Planning and Guided Surgery into your Office.
Cone Beam imaging is one of the greatest medical achievements of the past century. Through the use of Digital Impressions and Virtual Planning, we are able to make a connection from a medical/dental cone beam image to the implant final restorations for which our patients seek treatment. These technological advances continue to enhance our level of care. This technology also raises the level of expectations of our patients and our colleagues.
3D Planning and Guided Surgery provide the ability to properly plan your implant case and facilitate accurate implant surgery. This technology has decreased the learning curve to implement implant surgery in your practice. For the busy implant surgeon, it provides for predictable implant surgery. Whether you are just starting with Implant dentistry or placing hundreds of implants a year our implant surgery needs to be in the ideal position. 3D Planning and Guided Surgery put us in the best position for success.
Learning a new technology and implementing it into your practices can be time-consuming, frustrating, and expensive. This lecture will discuss how to seamlessly incorporate Guided Surgery into your practice with Digital Impression or Conventional Impressions merged to a CT Scan. The plan and guide fabrication can be done with the team at Implant Concierge to quickly and accurately plan your implant cases for single units, multiple units and full arch cases. We will also discuss various types of fixed and removable provisionals to be used at the time of surgery.
This course is meant for the entire Implant Team.After the Course the Attendees will be able to:
• Understand CBCT Analysis and 3D Treatment Planning and Diagnosis • Understand the Digital Workflow, Scan Protocols, Guide Types • Guided Surgery and 3D Planning with Surgical Videos • Understand and Utilize Surgery Ready Provisionals • Simply Plan and Implement Guided Surgery with Your Implant Team • Anticipate and Avoid Complications and Pitfalls