Short Digital Dental Courses

The City of London Dental School runs a number of short  intensive programmes in Digital Dentistry.  Many of the courses offered are component programmes for the Master and may count towards the relevant degree. These short courses are aimed at the general dental practitioner who is seriously considering introducing and expanding their range of digital practice or embarking upon more challenging academic reward to their professional development.

3-day hands on Cad Cam Course

Overview

  • Do you want to learn the benefits of digital dentistry in your daily practice?
  • Are you considering incorporating CADCAM into your practice?
  • Are you looking to advance your skills with the latest in restorative dental technology?
  • Do you want to start providing Same-Day Crowns and Bridges for your patients?
  • Do you want to reduce lab and material costs significantly in your practice?

Aims and objectives

  1. CAD/CAM allows for a practical and reliable method of ensuring excellent indirect restorations in many clinical situations.
  2. Learn how to process chair-side restorations seamlessly in a single visit with technology that will amaze your patients.
  3. In this unique course, you will learn CAD/CAM scanning and designing techniques while using and comparing Sirona CEREC, Planmeca, and Trios Scanners and various Milling machines and 3d printers.
  4. You will understand and learn the nuances of each system and have extensive hands-on experience in the practical application of CAD/CAM technology.

“Ensure your practice is at the forefront of digital dentistry with the latest advances.”

Aims and objectives

  • CAD CAM allows for a practical and reliable method of ensuring excellent, indirect restorations in many clinical situations.
  • Learn how to process chair-side restorations seamlessly in a single visit with technology that will amaze your patients.
  • In this unique course, you will learn CAD CAM scanning and designing techniques whilst using and comparing multiple scanners, milling machines, and 3d printers.
    1. You will understand and learn the nuances of each system and have extensive hands-on experience in the practical application of CAD CAM technology.

Day 1- Scanning, designing and milling restorations

  • Discuss available digital impression and CAD CAM technologies
  • Understand how preparation design affects the fabrication of milled restorations
  • Plan and design CAD CAM single-tooth restorations
  • Understand the materials available for chairside milled restorations
  • Become familiar with workflows to implement CAD CAM technologies into your practice

Workshop exercises

  • Take digital impressions of prepared teeth
  • Scan, design and mill an all-ceramic restoration
  • Explore features of current digital systems and software
  • Intra-oral digital impressions of a single unit inlay and crown
  • Digital design and fabrication of a single unit implant borne restoration

Day 2- Digital Implant dentistry

  • This day will focus on the rationale for utilising intra-oral scanning in implant dentistry. Topics for discussion will include types of scanners, workflows involved in utilising acquired data and clinical techniques relevant to best utilise technology. We will discuss and demonstrate single, multiple and full arch reconstructions.
  • This will include a hands-on component for participants to become familiarised with scanning software and intra-oral protocols to achieve the best outcomes.
  • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Through Software – We will explore and demonstrate various software packages. Delegates will have an opportunity for hands-on tutored experience

Day 3- Printing 3d study models, surgical guides and manufacturing clear aligners

  • Fundamentals of Printing – Considerations in technologies, applications and underlying techniques for the creation of Surgical guides for implant placement, restorative guides, virtual wax-ups, temporary restorations, and clear aligners.
  • This will include a Tell Show Do style tuition on software. We will discuss decision making in all aspects of pre-operative planning. Learn how to design the proposed smile, fabricate digital models and manufacture multiple aligners utilising 3d printing technology (including all laboratory stages).
  • Topics for discussion include 3d printers to be used in your clinic to create accurate digital models and appliances, workflows involved in utilising planning software to printing software and clinical techniques relevant to best utilise the technology.
  • This will include a hands-on component for participants to become familiar with 3D printing protocols to get the best outcomes using a range of the most commonly used and available 3D printers.

Course Dates: On request

Venue: Southgate Campus, London, N14 6BS.

Course Cost:

£960 ( for 3 days includes light refreshments) Bring your nurse or technician for £160/day

Application Form or Enquiry:

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