2019 ACP Digital Dentistry Symposium

2019 ACP Digital Dentistry Symposium
This symposium is designed for dental professionals who are interested in state-of-the-art digital solutions for the treatment of restorative patients. Through the combination of improved efficiency and collaboration with extraordinary clinical and esthetic results, CAD/CAM technology has revolutionized the art and science of dentistry. Whether you are considering investing in digital technology for your practice or would like to get more out of the digital systems you already have in place, this symposium will enhance your capabilities and position you to lead the future of integrated patient care.
When
2/19/2019 - 2/20/2019
Where
Loews Chicago Hotel
455 North Park Drive
Chicago, IL 60611 United States

Program


Tuesday, 19 February 2019

 
Participants are asked to identify themselves as Novice or Intermediate/Advanced in their knowledge and application of digital dentistry, and attend the corresponding track.
Time
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
2/19/2019 7:00 AM
Participants are asked to identify themselves as Novice or Intermediate/Advanced in their knowledge and application of digital dentistry, and attend the corresponding track.
Time
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
2/19/2019 7:00 AM
THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT. Tuesday, February 19 7:00am Breakfast and Registration 7:30am-12:00pm Hands-on Digital Training Workshop Sponsored by 3-Shape Dr. Alan Jurim, DDS Dr. Barbara Jurim, DDS Description: During this interactive hands-on course, we will show you and your team how to integrate your practice to today's new technology. You will see and feel the opportunity for your dental practice to move to the next level focusing on occlusion, virtual smile design, and optimal use of unique tools available with today's digital workflow. Learn how to bend your traditional techniques with new digital integrations for enhanced case acceptance, staff exuberance, and increased predictability for incredible outcomes. For the teams who have been successfully using intraoral scanning in the office, now experience hands-on techniques creating new workflows and expanding your digital dentistry. This hands-on is ideal for the intermediate digital team members looking to expand and add new digital services in the office. Objectives: How to establish an efficient office protocol for obtaining all the digital records needed for digital treatment planning. Learn and practice the most predictable and efficient digital intraoral scanning workflows. See how digital workflows improve esthetic case outcomes and patient experience. See the incorporation of 3D printing in the office environment. Learn what to scan for simple restorative workflows with predictable outcomes. Learn how to create digital orders and efficiently communicate with your lab using the cloudwhile remaining HIPAA compliant. Gain valuable tips and tricks from experienced digital dentists for highly predictable model-free restorations. Learn techniques to improve full arch bite registrations for complex case success. Learn how to efficiently scan for digital bite splints, Invisalign, and Implant planning.
Time
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2/19/2019 7:30 AM
Digital Denture: Horizon 20/20 Sponsored by Avadent Tuesday, February 19 7:00am Breakfast and Registration 7:30am-12:00pm Valerie Cooper DDS, MS Andrew C. Johnson DDS, MDS, CDT Maj. James Bryan Mclaughlin DMD, MPH Sundeep Rawal, DMD Come learn from leading Prosthodontists about the 20/20 Vision for the future of removable prosthetics. AvaDent's leading-edge technologies, now offered in both milling and printing, will bring to you and your patients solutions ranging from digital RPD's and monolithic-hybrids, all available using one seamless and easy-to-use workflow and digital denture design in-the-cloud! Additionally, the introduction and integration of the AvaDent Digital Positioning Technology (DPT) can only be described as game-changing; with its incredible accuracy and efficiency, users will be able to exceed their own expectations when offering the AvaDent Monolithic Hybrid Digital Denture to patients. Four dental industry leaders and subject matter experts will present on AvaDent work flow topics that will be sure to keep you engaged, eager to learn, and ready to implement and deliver the AvaDent Digital Denture in your own professional specialty.
Time
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2/19/2019 7:30 AM
Digital Scanning for the Prosthodontist and Using the Digital Scanner for Full Service Implant Therapy Sponsored by Henry Schein Dental Curtis Jansen, DDS University of Southern California Monterey, California Lee Walker, DDS, MD Los Gatos Oral & Facial Surgery Los Gatos, California Digital impressions of implant scan bodies simplify the implant treatment process while improving the patient experience. Imagine an intuitive chairside digital capture of teeth and scan bodies incorporating dentate and/ or edentulous mouths. View and manipulate what is scanned in real time at 10-plus times magnification on a flat-screen monitor. Create virtual implant guides and/or treatment plans, and then transfer the data to a restorative, surgical or laboratory partner. With the implementation of an intraoral scanner, the surgical team can provide consistent esthetic outcomes that patients expect and offer a great service to referrals, while also encouraging incremental patient referrals. The IOS patient experience can differentiate a practitioner from others and give him or her access to laboratories that other referral sources may not have. Layer in 3D printing, CAD/CAM and/or a CBCT with IOS and introduce digital workflows to procure surgical guides, implant abutments and/or restorations. This hands-on course will allow surgeons to determine if an IOS strategy can become an important marketing tool for their practice and how to implement the strategy. Learning Objectives: o Discuss the benefits and limitations of different IOS systems. o Perform clinical procedures associated with IOS. o Identify the potential advantages of making digital impressions at the implant surgical release instead of a referral making conventional impressions at a separate appointment. o Describe the use of multiple digital workflows, which all begin with IOS to empower referral base. o Examine the potential of combining IOS and CBCT technology to create virtual treatment plans and printing surgical guides.
Time
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2/19/2019 7:30 AM
Transformational Dentistry: The Synergy between Clinician and Technician Sponsored by Ivoclar Vivident Lee Culp, MDT As dentistry continually evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology provides more efficient methods of communication and fabrication. Dental technicians today are able to receive far more information from the patient than ever before. The benefits include the standardization of working steps, an increase in material quality and reproducible restorations. At the same time, the number of all-ceramic restorative options continues to increase in the marketplace. Understanding the difference in these materials, their limitations and the effect varying workflows and processing has on the material has become vital to successful restorative placement and esthetic outcome. Digitalization of removable procedures has also revolutionized the fabrication of prosthesis. Using the communication, software and other tools, digital dentures and other prosthesis have become predictable, reproducible and esthetic. This demonstration workshop will offer the following objectives: 1. Understand the esthetic and physical differences between zirconia materials. 2. Know the latest techniques for scanning, designing and manufacturing restorative materials 3. Understand the process for fabricating digital dentures, using both milled and 3D printing technologies. 4. Learn the differences in milling and 3D resins for Removable Prosthetics.
Time
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2/19/2019 7:30 AM

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