Intraoral Scanning For Your Crown And Bridge Practice

(This course is not offered this year)

Cad/Cam dentistry is no longer the future… it is here!  The past couple of years has brought several new and improved systems to the dental marketplace. These systems are competing with faster hardware, better software and each day more and more practices are considering the investment in chairside cad cam dentistry.

Would you chose to fabricate restorations in one day in your office?  Or would you prefer to send the digital data to your favorite dental laboratory? These are questions that this course aims to help you answer. With enough information, you can decide what best fits you, your personality and your practice before you make an investment in the equipment.

This course is designed to allow the participating dentist to get some practical, hands-on experience using some of the latest scanners in the market in actual cases on live patients.

Join us and find out if digital intraoral scanning is for you!

 Carlos Boudet, DDS (Chairman)

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Carlos Boudet, DDS, DICOI graduated from the Medical College Of Virginia School Of Dentistry in 1980.   He served as Dental Director for Florida Community Health Centers, Inc. while he established his dental practice in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1983.  He is a Diplomate of the International Congress Of Oral Implantologists, a member of the Central Palm Beach County Dental Association and the Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic for more than 25 years.  Dr. Boudet has published several articules in  popular peer reviewed dental magazines.

Clinic sessions will be the fourth Thursday of the month on the following dates:

November 9 – Introduction to Cad/Cam Dentistry and Equipment
Principles of preparation design as it relates to the Cad/Cam system.  Available materials and block selection.  Afternoon session:  Single unit crowns hands-on participation on patients.

January 11 – Intra-oral Scanning In The Restoration Of Implants
The use of the intra-oral scanner for digital impressions for the restoration of implants will be discussed.
Afternoon session:  Single unit crowns hands-on participation on patients.

February 8 –   Open Discussion on Cad/Cam Dentistry

Open discussion on Cad/Cam Dentistry. Where are we? Where are we going?
Afternoon session:  Single unit hands-on participation on patients.

April 12 – Introduction To Chairside Scanning And Fabrication Of Single Crowns In One Day
Morning (9-12): Participating dentists will have the opportunity to work with The Cerec system chairside scanner and milling machine. Crown preparations will be scanned and the restoration designed using the latest software.  The MCXL milling Device will be utilized to create the restorations.  Ample time will be available to practice using study models.  Dentists are encouraged to bring articulated models of a case to fabricate a restoration.
Afternoon (1-4):  Single unit hands-on participation on patients.

Please be aware that the afternoon session is an important part of the course, as it provides hands-on experience utilizing the  Intraoral Scanner system  on live patients and the training of the dental assisting students.

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