Complete Denstistry: A Digital Update - Hands-on
by Dr. Ian Buckle
If you have been a former delegate of The Dawson Academy modules this course will be an eyeopener in ways to utilize a digital workflow in order to overcome some of the time consuming procedures and get much more accuracy when doing your protocols like examination, records, splint design and treatmeant planning.
If you have struggled in past implementing the concepts and ideas this course will be a game changer and get you going.
In this two day hands-on update course Dr Ian Buckle shows in-depth and step-by-step how he has taken the fundamental analogue protocols and procedures and brought them into the digital area and use them in his everyday practice and made his "dental life" much easier, fun and most of all even more interesting.
Beside the updated hands-on procedures and protocols, delegates will also have the opportunity to see 3D printing, milling, softwares, face scanning and much more during the course.
A networking dinner to catch up with old friends and delegates will be held Friday evening between the course days.
Many dentists have been trained in a “comprehensive dentistry” workflow – comprehensive examination (and centric relation), treatment planning, approved provisional restorations, definitive restorations- but how does this relate to the digital world?
In this 2 day lecture and hands-on course Ian will explain and demonstrate:
- How digital dentistry offers new and better opportunities for the complete dentistry process
- Why don’t need an intraoral scanner to explore the benefits of the digital world
- How an intraoral scanner however will save you time doing your Complete Dentistry protocols like examination, records, splint design and treatmeant planning
- How digital can enhance the complete examination
- Why facebows and articulators are things of the past
- How making precision splints will become a pleasure not a chore
- Why digital enhances patient engagement and case acceptance through 2D, 3D and virtual simulations
- How digital wax ups are quicker, easier and more informative than analogue
- How printing and milling are changing the face (and pace) of providing predictable definitive restorations
- How interdisciplinary planning (particularly ortho/restorative/implant) is becoming ever more predictabl