CHARLOTTE, N.C., U.S.: Dentsply Sirona introduced Primescan at the beginning of last year. According to the company, it was met with extensive positive feedback from dentists. Several international ...
GILLINGHAM, UK: Henry Schein Dental has launched Reveal, a convenient clear aligner solution. The aligners are clearer than most other aligners in the market and reduce or eliminate the need ...
BÜRMOOS, Austria: W&H has announced its new 20:1 Zygoma SZ-75 handpiece for zygomatic implant site preparation and implant insertion. The new handpiece was developed in cooperation with leading ...
Live WebinarDigital Impression In Modern Dentistry: The Possibilities And Limitations Of Actual Procedures.. Facing The Challenges.
Dr. Pawel Szuba-Paszkiewicz
The traditional method of taking dental impressions is a delicate process, requiring a lot of skill. This makes it more likely that errors will occur. If detected, the patient will have to undergo the unpleasant procedure again. The digital method is fast and precise. When the scan is complete, and with the ability to magnify the image, it is much easier to spot errors. This webinar will also show some hints, tips and tricks how to get around most of the limitations of the scanners, using additional materials, methods and digital equipment.
Live WebinarStatic Computer-Aided Implant Surgery (s-CAIS)
Dr. Alejandro Lanis
The incorporation of virtual engineering into our profession and the digitalization of information are allowing us new perspectives and innovative alternatives for dental treatments. The use of static computer-guided implant planning software allows the radiographic, prosthetic, surgical and laboratory fields to be combined under a common virtual scenario, permitting an optimization of the complete implant surgical-restorative process. In the following lecture, the data acquisition process, digital planning and clinical execution of this procedure will be thoroughly described.
Live WebinarTeledentistry – Practical solutions
Dr. Andrea Maturana Ramírez, Dr. Iris Espinoza Santander, Dr. Sophie Dartevelle
With the advent of advanced technologies and communication tools, the provision and promotion of health care is being changed dramatically. The digital transformation affects medical practices and affects or will affect dentists and their patients for years to come. Recent experiences of hospitals and medical practices have shown that dentists can expect to encounter revolutionary changes as a result of the digital transformation. The Internet, the World Wide Web, the contribution of artificial intelligence, and other technologies driving the information revolution are redefining patient education, patient care, referral relationships, practice management, quality, and interprofessional collaborations.