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ADA Credits: 2 | AGD Credits: 2 | Cost: $29.00

Indirect Restorations Then & Now: A Comparison of Analog & Digital Workflows

Categories: Restorative Dentistry

Author(s): Dr. Daniel Butterman

Course Type: Self-instruction journal and web based activity

Target Audience: Dental Assistants, Dental Hygienist, Dentists from novice to advanced

Educational Objectives

On completion of this program, the student should be able to:
1. Distinguish the similarities and differences comparing traditional, digital, and CAD/CAM impression techniques
2. List the differences among current impression materials
3. Describe how digital impressions and CAD/CAM technology can improve efficiency
4. Explain how digital and CAD/CAM technology relates to patient care and acceptance
 

Abstract

Modern-day dentists have the luxury of choosing among several methods for fabricating indirect restorations. Although the traditional workflow has been effective for decades, technological advancements are changing the norms and providing practitioners with a more efficient option. Digital impressions and chairside CAD/CAM systems allow providers to deliver high-quality restorations to patients faster and in fewer appointments. This course compares the traditional analog workflow with the digital approach, as well as highlights how digital impressions and CAD/CAM technology can help streamline restoration fabrication and improve clinical efficiency.

ADA Credits: 2 | AGD Credits: 2 | Cost: $29.00

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