Digital dentistry workflow courses
During our digital dentistry workflow courses you will:
- Learn how to use digital tools to perform treatment planning and guided surgery.
- Explore the possibilities of digital treatment planning using the NobelClinician software.
- Define implant position(s) from a clinical, anatomical and prosthetic perspective, by combining tooth setup with patient anatomy.
- Discuss indications ranging from single- to multiple-unit restorations as well as the correlation with different prosthetic designs.
In order to enhance the course experience, we recommend that the entire treatment team attend – this includes the surgeon, restorative dentist and dental technician.
NobelClinician provides a complete diagnostic picture, respecting both anatomical and prosthetic considerations. It supports all aspects of dental implant treatment and allows involved treatment partners to be are aware of the plan – and the patient’s carefully assessed anatomy – prior to treatment.
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2 Schnitman PA, Hayashi C, Han RK. Why guided when freehand is easier, quicker, and less costly? J Oral Implantol. 2014;40(6):670-8. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25233441
3 Arcuri L, Lorenzi C, Cecchetti F et al. Full digital workflow for implant-prosthetic rehabilitations: a case report. Oral Implantol (Rome). 2016 23;8(4):114-21. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28042423