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Designing The Screw-Retained Prosthesis [Webinar]

The dental laboratory’s ability to mill restorations in 5-axis tabletop mills has enabled almost any lab to provide their dentist-accounts with complex restorations/prostheses such as screw-retained crowns and bridges with gingival architecture.  

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In addition to having a dental mill and/or a 3D printer, the most important thing needed is a comprehensive understanding of how to design an implant-supported case.

This webinar will give you the knowledge base necessary to fabricate these prostheses using 3Shape Dental Designer Software.

 

The webinar covers:
  • Requirements for a Complete Digital Workflow and an Analog/Digital Workflow
  • Scan bodies
  • Live case design using 3Shape Dental System 2017 Software
  • Surgical Guides used for implant placement
  • Intraoral scanners and how they are best used for direct data acquisition
  • Proper intraoral scanner workflow
  • The advantages of 3D printed vs conventional models
  • Various interfaces and their differences
  • Custom vs Robotic Abutments in 3Shape
  • Individual Restoration Workflow
  • Split File Designing

 

Evan Kemper, RG CDT TE

Evan Kemper, RG CDT TE is a Senior Technical Specialist at Whip Mix. As a Certified 3Shape and Roland trainer, he develops and conducts CAD/CAM equipment & software training, develops CAD/CAM products for Whip Mix and provides technical support/assistance to our digital customers. Evan is a graduate of Lexington, KY’s Bluegrass Community & Technical College in Dental Laboratory Technology and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Transylvania University in Lexington, KY.

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