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FULL ARCH + DIGITAL WORKFLOW:
A-Z CRASHCOURSE

APRIL 19, 2024 | MIAMI, FLORIDA

Giving you the steps you need to go Digital in the Full Arch sphere

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Full Arch + Digital Workflow A-Z Overview:

This CrashCourse will take you through every step of the process, from the initial facially driven pre-op design to the intricacies of surgery, extraction, alveoloplasty, implant placement, MUA options, photogrammetry, and Peyray Intraosseous Sutures. From there we'll walk through the post-surgical steps, including 3D Printing and immediate load protocols as you dive deep into the world of Full Arch Digital Workflow.

 

Whether you're a seasoned practitioner looking to refine your skills or a newcomer eager to expand your understanding, this course will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to elevate your practice to new heights. Don't miss this opportunity to revolutionize your approach to Full Arch surgery and embark on a journey toward excellence.

 

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WE'LL TOUCH ON ALL OF IT:

TREATMENT PLANNING

  • How to Read CBCT Scans and Landmarks

  • FP1 vs. FP3

  • Staging vs. Non-Staging

MAXILLA FP3

  • Steps: Start to Finish

  • Immediate Load Protocols

MANDIBLE FP3

  • Steps: Start to Finish

  • Immediate Load Protocols

  • Scan Tray Design

DIGITAL LAB WORKFLOW

  • Facial Scans

  • Photogrammetry (P.i.C. System)

  • VDO and Bite Determination

MARKETING FULL ARCH

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After the course, participants:

  1. Will be able to treatment plan a full arch with implant reconstruction using a staged approach and non-staged approach

  2. Know when to use Pterygoid Implants, Zygoma Implants, or a combination of both 

  3. Know how to restore a full mouth case with implants using a complete digital workflow

  4. Understand the pieces and how to create a unique digital workflow that works with your office synergy

  5. Understand the appointment schedule for a full arch/full mouth patient and what to do at each appointment

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