This program will focus on maximizing the relevance and benefits of imaging and will discuss current computer software options for improving evaluation of implant patients. The role of the computer and associated digital technology in the effective transfer of information between all team members will be considered.
Hands-on exercises will include digital impression taking, management of digital data, and transfer of digital information...See more to the laboratory. CAD/CAM processes and materials will be reviewed thoroughly.
Working with more than one lab is the norm for the vast majority of dentists who responded to LMT's 2013 Dentist’s Survey: - Only 14% work exclusively with one lab - 30% work with two labs on a consistent basis - 45% regularly work with three labs - 11% work with more than three labs
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