Date and Location
16 Sep 2019
- 05:30 PM
Unit 3, 53 Southgate Avenue, Cannon Hill
Brisbane, QLD 4170
Today digital dentistry is expanding rapidly and further advancements in CAD/CAM machines and software increase the need for developments in materials. It is essential to understand advances in digital technologies as well as the evolution of digital materials.
Design of CAD/CAM restorations
The utilization of the digital technology will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the Dentist/Technician team. The evolution from hand design to digital design and the application of diagnostic smile design previews, along with provisional restorations, and the possibility to practically manufacture a copy which serves as a base to create the definite all-ceramic restoration.
The art & science of CAD/CAM restorations
The overall success and aesthetic results of a CAD/CAM restoration depends on the mechanical and optical characteristics of available CAD/CAM materials. It also depends on utilizing suitable fabrication and characterization techniques to optimize results, which will be covered during the course.
*Mechanical & optical characteristics of multi-layered materials
*Selection of materials correlated to case situation
*The art of staining and layering to create highly aesthetic restorations
How to create high aesthetic restorations
Surface finishing techniques
The art of staining,glazing and minimum layering of Zirconia restorations
Tips and tricks on how to get the best results from stain and glaze materials.
Dealing with chroma and value