Implant Restorations: The Laboratory Perspective
3 Credits (Category 2)
Clinicians require solutions that can meet the clinical challenge of providing aesthetic outcomes that are sustainable over time. Laboratories are a key player in achieving long term aesthetic results. This program will go over the steps to achieving this from a diagnostic wax up (or digital design) to surgical guides, provisionals and even final restorations
Within this important topic, how does digital dentistry fit in. Clinicians will learn what is new and on the horizon with CAD/CAM technology including the latest and greatest in intra-oral scanning. New and improved workflows for digital dentistry are making this technology gain a larger market share.
At the end of this program, participants should be able to:
• Do a diagnostic wax up
• Understand surgical guides and provisionals
• Describe the workflows involved in fully digital approach
• Understand the benefits of using coded healing abutments
• Discuss the alternative restorative options when taking a fully digital approach
CDT MICOI MAAIP
In his position as Director of Zimmer Biomet Dental’s Technical Specialties Group, Len leads a team of field based dental implant specialists providing training and technical solutions to the field and provides technical and product utilization direction on all aspects of Zimmer Biomet Dental’s vast implant product portfolio. This includes; implant, restorative, and regenerative product lines to both sales personnel and customers.
Mr. Conner has over 44 years of experience in the dental field, including 30 plus, years specializing in implant dentistry, with well over 1,000 education programs presented to various implant groups, study clubs, tradeshows, scientific symposiums, implant & dental organizations over the years.
Len has attained accreditation with: the National Board for Certified Dental Technicians, (Certified in both Partial and Complete Dentures); the Academy of Osseointegration, (Technology Member); International College of Oral Implantologists, (Mastership level); the American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics, (Mastership level); and the American Dental Implant Association.
April 2, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm (5:30 Registration & Dinner)
641 Davis Dr., Lower Level, Newmarket, ON. ($5 Parking at northeast corner of Davis Dr. and Bolton Ave.)
$100.00 plus taxes (limited to 19 seats)