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Lectures, workshops and exhibition

Sydney, AUSTRALIA

THIS EVENT HAS CONCLUDED

From: 9:00 AM Friday, 21 September, 2018

Registration opens at 8:00 AM

To: 5:00 PM Saturday, 22 September, 2018

TOTAL CPD AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT: 12 HOURS

This event includes information on the following topics:

The intended audience for this event includes:

PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE LATEST VERSION OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME UNDER FORMS AND DOWNLOADS

Thank you for visiting the Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2018 website. It is September 2018 and there's only a couple of weeks to go.

NOTE: We have updated the BREAKOUT SESSION TAB and there are now over 40 session choices. Participation in unlimited breakout sessions is included in your all-inclusive registration fee. This is a build your own program event - so please choose the sessions and times that suit your educational needs.

Breakout sessions are for smaller groups and because of this, the same sessions will be run multiple times so you do not miss out.

Digital dentistry is everywhere in the surgery and the laboratory.

It's an exciting new world that is constantly evolving but where do you get started? What is the best solution for your individual needs? How are experienced clinicians and technicians using digital dentistry to deliver outstanding clinical care?

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2018 Conference and Exhibition is a unique one-stop event to see and hear about the latest in CAD/CAM, Implants, Digital Dentistry, 3D Printing, Milling, Intraoral Scanning, Software, Hardware and Orthodontics and how it all integrates and works together.

With insight from outstanding speakers and every major player in digital dentistry, this inaugural annual program will be the first of many.

Doing it differently

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2018 will offer you the choice of sitting in on the main lecture program - or choosing to skip a speaker and visit one of the FIVE discovery rooms, where you can participate in smaller sessions and find out exactly what you want to know.

NOTE: The program is subject to change without notice and should be considered indicative only.

Registration includes full catering - barista coffee, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea for two days and drinks on Friday evening, plus access to all sessions and workshops.


ROOM SIZES VARY IN CAPACITY FROM 30 TO 120 PEOPLE, SO ACCESS TO ALL SESSIONS IS ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS.

Sponsors:

Please CHOOSE YOUR FIRST SESSIONS NOW!

There is no need to register for individual sessions, but before 9am on the first day, please ensure you know which of the SIX sessions available at 9am you will participate in to avoid any confusion.

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: Important Info for Day 1

PLEASE DOWNLOAD: The Conference Programme

Accommodation is available at the venue.

Special conference rates are available at www.stamford.com.au.

Parking is available at the hotel at a conference rate of $25 per day.

9.00 - 9.10 • Session 1 - Ballroom 3

Welcome

Introduction to the program, thank you to sponsors, briefing on the format of the event.

9.10 - 10.30 • DD-1 - Ballroom 3

Welcome to the digital dentistry revolution

Throughout the years, restorative trends and techniques have come and gone. Some material developments have transformed the face of aesthetic dentistry, while other initial concepts have phased out and died. Yet the concept of digital dentistry is one that started out small, and has progressively increased in momentum until its boundaries appear to have become endless. The most exciting factor surrounding these technologies is not, however, only in the potential applications of these technologies that are being hypothesized by dental professionals. These advancements are not, therefore, something that will “eventually” emerge in the market, they are realities that are currently being released to further revolutionize the quality of dental care that is being delivered in modern restorative dentistry. As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 12.30 • DD-2 - Ballroom 3

Integrated Implantology with CBCT and CAD/CAM

This session will focus on the application of digital technologies in surgical implant dentistry, including the merging of a digital impression and CBCT 3D scans. The merging of CAD/CAM and CBCT data will culminate in a guided implant surgery technique which is restoratively driven and can ultimately lead to an increased predictability and efficiency in dental implant therapy.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 14.15 • DD-6A - Ballroom 3

New exocad Chairside software launch

The long awaited exocad ChairsideCAD software is here! Based on exocad‘s proven and trusted technology used by dental laboratories globally, exocad ChairsideCAD can load open files seamlessly from an intraoral scanner of your choice. The software supports the design of inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics, plus eggshell temporaries and dental appliances such as bite splints.

14.15 - 15.00 • DD-8a - Ballroom 3

Digital Impression to Smile Makeover with Your Lab

This session will discuss what is required to fabricate a successful smile makeover and explore methods of communication between practice and laboratory to achieve that aim. Topics include: Differing smile makeover methods; Planning and briefing the lab; Shade selection; Imagery and scans required for smile design; Computer-aided smile design (CASD); Mock-up and transfer; and Finalising the case.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • DD-4 - Ballroom 3

Single tooth to full arch hand-made with digital protocols

What’s real and what’s not? Soft tissue management and implant prosthetic design combining CAD/CAM technology and hand made bespoke restorations. Protocols from the single tooth to full arch restorative solutions creating predictable outcomes.

16.15 - 17.00 • DD-5 - Ballroom 3

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PANEL DISCUSSION - Intraoral scanning: Is it there and do we care?

As the centrepiece of the digital dentistry workflow, intraoral scanning has been around for more than 30 years but only now has it become the hot topic as more and more systems are offered to dentists. Purists pontificate the virtues of the old ways... digital dentists the new... and in the middle are the masses who want to make the leap but are unsure of whether or not they should. Driven by audience questions our panel of experts will look at intraoral scanning, whether it's as good as the traditional approach or better, how good actually are the old ways, what does good actually mean and what really matters when choosing an intraoral scanning solution.

17.00 - 19.00 • Cocktail Reception - AV8 Bar and Restaurant

9.00 - 9.10 • Session 1 - Ballroom 3

Welcome

  • Lecture

Introduction to the program, thank you to sponsors, briefing on the format of the event.

9.10 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Ballroom 3

Welcome to the digital dentistry revolution

  • Lecture

Throughout the years, restorative trends and techniques have come and gone. Some material developments have transformed the face of aesthetic dentistry, while other initial concepts have phased out and died. Yet the concept of digital dentistry is one that started out small, and has progressively increased in momentum until its boundaries appear to have become endless. The most exciting factor surrounding these technologies is not, however, only in the potential applications of these technologies that are being hypothesized by dental professionals. These advancements are not, therefore, something that will “eventually” emerge in the market, they are realities that are currently being released to further revolutionize the quality of dental care that is being delivered in modern restorative dentistry. As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Ballroom 3

Integrated Implantology with CBCT and CAD/CAM

  • Lecture

This session will focus on the application of digital technologies in surgical implant dentistry, including the merging of a digital impression and CBCT 3D scans. The merging of CAD/CAM and CBCT data will culminate in a guided implant surgery technique which is restoratively driven and can ultimately lead to an increased predictability and efficiency in dental implant therapy.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Ballroom 3

New exocad Chairside software launch

  • Lecture

The long awaited exocad ChairsideCAD software is here! Based on exocad‘s proven and trusted technology used by dental laboratories globally, exocad ChairsideCAD can load open files seamlessly from an intraoral scanner of your choice. The software supports the design of inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics, plus eggshell temporaries and dental appliances such as bite splints.

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Ballroom 3

Digital Impression to Smile Makeover with Your Lab

  • Lecture

This session will discuss what is required to fabricate a successful smile makeover and explore methods of communication between practice and laboratory to achieve that aim. Topics include: Differing smile makeover methods; Planning and briefing the lab; Shade selection; Imagery and scans required for smile design; Computer-aided smile design (CASD); Mock-up and transfer; and Finalising the case.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Ballroom 3

Single tooth to full arch hand-made with digital protocols

  • Lecture

What’s real and what’s not? Soft tissue management and implant prosthetic design combining CAD/CAM technology and hand made bespoke restorations. Protocols from the single tooth to full arch restorative solutions creating predictable outcomes.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7 - Ballroom 3

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PANEL DISCUSSION - Intraoral scanning: Is it there and do we care?

  • Roundtable Discussion

As the centrepiece of the digital dentistry workflow, intraoral scanning has been around for more than 30 years but only now has it become the hot topic as more and more systems are offered to dentists. Purists pontificate the virtues of the old ways... digital dentists the new... and in the middle are the masses who want to make the leap but are unsure of whether or not they should. Driven by audience questions our panel of experts will look at intraoral scanning, whether it's as good as the traditional approach or better, how good actually are the old ways, what does good actually mean and what really matters when choosing an intraoral scanning solution.

17.00 - 19.00 • Cocktail Reception - AV8 Bar and Restaurant

9.00 - 9.45 • DD-5 - Ballroom 3

Digital Dentistry - From the single unit to the full mouth rehabilitation

The utilisation of digital technologies in the field of restorative dentistry is fast becoming the norm in the everyday dental practice. However, the implementation and application of these technologies in the workflows of restorative dentistry can be challenging and, at times, frustrating.

The aim of this lecture is to highlight some of the key features in improving the digital workflows in restorative dentistry to ensure predictable and repeatable outcomes.

New and emerging trends that will further improve existing digital workflows and the management of more challenging cases will also be discussed.

9.45 - 10.30 • DD-5 - Ballroom 3

Simplification in the Field of Implantology

The planning and the execution of both the surgical and prosthodontic component of implantology has traditionally been regarded as a field reserved for the specialist or the truly gifted practitioner.

Emerging technologies and digital tools and workflows have however, resulted in the simplification of the many stages required to ensure a predictable and successful outcome in implant dentistry.

The scope of this lecture is to present and to highlight how digital technologies have allowed the simplification of the complete implant procedure, from the planning, the surgical, and then the prosthodontics phases.

The implementation and use of these technologies will be demonstrated by clinical cases to highlight what is easily achievable with the modern technology available today.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 12.30 • DD-3a - Ballroom 3

Digital Smile Design (DSD)

Excellence in functional and aesthetic dentistry will never be achieved by accident. It is consistently achieved by a systematic approach for diagnosis, communication, treatment planning, execution and case maintenance. Developed by Dr Christian Coachman, DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN (DSD) is a multipurpose conceptual protocol which provides remarkable advantages for clinician and patient. In this session, DSD practitioner Dr Fadi Yassmin will take the audience through a case driven guided tour of DSD, how it will change your approach to dentistry and how it integrates with the tools of digital dentistry at every level.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 15.00 • DD-7 - Ballroom 3

Digital Dentures: The current state of the art

Digital denture technology supports the clinician in efforts to reduce the clinical time required to produce a denture. Clinical procedures can be facilitated by digitally manufactured custom trays and recording devices. The integration of clinical data in available design software assures that the technician is designing dentures according to sound anatomic references. The CAD/CAM process, either printing or milling, provide accuracy to support excellence in denture fit and occlusion. The communication offered between clinician and technician in design and through prototypes that give patients direct feedback to proposed denture designs highlight the many advantages of digital denture technology, and will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician restorative team. This lecture covers key components for the clinical and technical fabrication of a lab based digital denture utilizing a unique modular process, that offers the restorative team the ability to choose prosthetic materials based on the best combination for the patient.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • DD-3b - Ballroom 3

Clinic to Laboratory Digital Implantology workflow

This lecture will cover a digital implant workflow of implant therapy from a single tooth to full arch. There is an emphasis on communication between clinician and laboratory to plan and execute treatment. The digital workflow includes prosthetically driven 3D implant planning, guided surgery and custom CAD/CAM restorative solutions.

16.15 - 17.00 • DD-8b - Ballroom 3

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PANEL DISCUSSION: What to expect in the next 365 days in digital dentistry

If you’re still sitting on the fence after two days of being immersed in the world of digital dentistry, then the experts in the know will let you know what’s around the corner and what you can expect to see in the next 365 days until we meet again at Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2019. Should you wait or should you jump in now... what’s on the way out and what’s coming to make what’s already available even better.

9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Ballroom 3

Digital Dentistry - From the single unit to the full mouth rehabilitation

  • Lecture

The utilisation of digital technologies in the field of restorative dentistry is fast becoming the norm in the everyday dental practice. However, the implementation and application of these technologies in the workflows of restorative dentistry can be challenging and, at times, frustrating.

The aim of this lecture is to highlight some of the key features in improving the digital workflows in restorative dentistry to ensure predictable and repeatable outcomes.

New and emerging trends that will further improve existing digital workflows and the management of more challenging cases will also be discussed.

9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Ballroom 3

Simplification in the Field of Implantology

  • Lecture

The planning and the execution of both the surgical and prosthodontic component of implantology has traditionally been regarded as a field reserved for the specialist or the truly gifted practitioner.

Emerging technologies and digital tools and workflows have however, resulted in the simplification of the many stages required to ensure a predictable and successful outcome in implant dentistry.

The scope of this lecture is to present and to highlight how digital technologies have allowed the simplification of the complete implant procedure, from the planning, the surgical, and then the prosthodontics phases.

The implementation and use of these technologies will be demonstrated by clinical cases to highlight what is easily achievable with the modern technology available today.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Ballroom 3

Digital Smile Design (DSD)

  • Lecture

Excellence in functional and aesthetic dentistry will never be achieved by accident. It is consistently achieved by a systematic approach for diagnosis, communication, treatment planning, execution and case maintenance. Developed by Dr Christian Coachman, DIGITAL SMILE DESIGN (DSD) is a multipurpose conceptual protocol which provides remarkable advantages for clinician and patient. In this session, DSD practitioner Dr Fadi Yassmin will take the audience through a case driven guided tour of DSD, how it will change your approach to dentistry and how it integrates with the tools of digital dentistry at every level.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 15.00 • Session 4 - Ballroom 3

Digital Dentures: The current state of the art

  • Lecture

Digital denture technology supports the clinician in efforts to reduce the clinical time required to produce a denture. Clinical procedures can be facilitated by digitally manufactured custom trays and recording devices. The integration of clinical data in available design software assures that the technician is designing dentures according to sound anatomic references. The CAD/CAM process, either printing or milling, provide accuracy to support excellence in denture fit and occlusion. The communication offered between clinician and technician in design and through prototypes that give patients direct feedback to proposed denture designs highlight the many advantages of digital denture technology, and will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician restorative team. This lecture covers key components for the clinical and technical fabrication of a lab based digital denture utilizing a unique modular process, that offers the restorative team the ability to choose prosthetic materials based on the best combination for the patient.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • Session 5 - Ballroom 3

Clinic to Laboratory Digital Implantology workflow

  • Lecture

This lecture will cover a digital implant workflow of implant therapy from a single tooth to full arch. There is an emphasis on communication between clinician and laboratory to plan and execute treatment. The digital workflow includes prosthetically driven 3D implant planning, guided surgery and custom CAD/CAM restorative solutions.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session 6 - Ballroom 3

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PANEL DISCUSSION: What to expect in the next 365 days in digital dentistry

  • Roundtable Discussion

If you’re still sitting on the fence after two days of being immersed in the world of digital dentistry, then the experts in the know will let you know what’s around the corner and what you can expect to see in the next 365 days until we meet again at Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2019. Should you wait or should you jump in now... what’s on the way out and what’s coming to make what’s already available even better.

9.00 - 9.45 • Session DT-1 - Centennial Room

The Dental Solution and our digital journey

The Dental Solution is one of the largest dental laboratories in Australia, located on Collins Street in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. Principal John Scollo will detail their digital journey from an analogue laboratory to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility filled with mills, scanners and 3D printers in what is an inspiring case study for any laboratory looking to transition or to simply grow and succeed in the digital age.

9.45 - 10.30 • Session DT-2 - Centennial Room

The evolution of Australia's largest dental laboratory

Race Dental is Australia’s largest dental laboratory. Now in its third generation of family ownership, Race Dental's journey has paralleled the leading edge of digital development as it fiercely defends its mission to retain manufacturing onshore. Race Dental combines traditional bespoke craftsmanship with the latest in 3D printing, milling, laser sintering and computer aided design to meet and exceed the needs of dentists in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific. In this session, Matt Race will chronicle their journey to date, the scope of their operations and provide insight to laboratories small and large as to how to succeed in 2018 and beyond.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 11.45 • Session DT-3 - Centennial Room

3D printing vs milling: What to use when and why?

Additive manufacturing, such as 3D printing and subtractive manufacturing, such as milling, both have their place in dental technology. When choosing 3D printing or milling, the dental material choices available ultimately define the method of manufacture. This lecture will give an overview of milling and 3D printing technologies currently available to dentistry and delve into the dental materials currently available for both manufacturing techniques and compare and contrast each. Following this overview, the most suitable method and material for each dental laboratory application will be discussed and ultimately a formula laid down that will be relevant and applicable to both current and future materials in development.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session DT-4 - Centennial Room

3D Printing Technology Review and Choosing the Right Printer

3D printing is the hot topic in dental technology right now and there are myriad choices available in both printers and materials. But how do you choose? In this session, Dental Axess CEO Belinda Muggleton will explain why her company needs to offer several different brands of printer and poses the questions you need to ask yourself - and your supplier - before making a choice.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 15.00 • Session DT-5 - Centennial Room

Digital Dentistry – Endless possibilities

Throughout the years, restorative trends and techniques have come and gone. Some material developments have transformed the face of aesthetic dentistry, while other initial concepts have phased out and died. Yet the concept of digital dentistry is one that started out small, and has progressively increased in momentum until its boundaries appear to have become endless. The most exciting factor surrounding these technologies is not, however, only in the potential applications of these technologies that are being hypothesized by dental professionals. These advancements are not, therefore, something that will "eventually" emerge in the market, they are realities that are currently being released to further revolutionize the quality of dental care that is being delivered in modern restorative dentistry. As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • Session DT-6 - Centennial Room

Digital Impression to Smile Makeover with Your Lab

This session will discuss what is required to fabricate a successful smile makeover and explore methods of communication between practice and laboratory to achieve that aim. Topics include: Differing smile makeover methods; Planning and briefing the lab; Shade selection; Imagery and scans required for smile design; Computer-aided smile design (CASD); Mock-up and transfer; and Finalising the case.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session DT-7 - Centennial Room

Digital Orthodontic Workflows

Utilising digital workflows in the laboratory for the production of orthodontic appliances and aligners offers significant benefits in terms of accuracy, outcomes and profitability. In this session, Ari Sciacca looks at the technologies he uses daily like intraoral scanning, CAD design and 3D printing to digitally manufacture the gamut of appliances utilised in dental practice today.

17.00 - 19.00 • Cocktail Reception - AV8 Bar and Restaurant

9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Centennial Room

The Dental Solution and our digital journey

  • Lecture

The Dental Solution is one of the largest dental laboratories in Australia, located on Collins Street in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. Principal John Scollo will detail their digital journey from an analogue laboratory to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility filled with mills, scanners and 3D printers in what is an inspiring case study for any laboratory looking to transition or to simply grow and succeed in the digital age.

9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Centennial Room

The evolution of Australia's largest dental laboratory

  • Lecture

Race Dental is Australia’s largest dental laboratory. Now in its third generation of family ownership, Race Dental's journey has paralleled the leading edge of digital development as it fiercely defends its mission to retain manufacturing onshore. Race Dental combines traditional bespoke craftsmanship with the latest in 3D printing, milling, laser sintering and computer aided design to meet and exceed the needs of dentists in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific. In this session, Matt Race will chronicle their journey to date, the scope of their operations and provide insight to laboratories small and large as to how to succeed in 2018 and beyond.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Centennial Room

3D printing vs milling: What to use when and why?

  • Lecture

Additive manufacturing, such as 3D printing and subtractive manufacturing, such as milling, both have their place in dental technology. When choosing 3D printing or milling, the dental material choices available ultimately define the method of manufacture. This lecture will give an overview of milling and 3D printing technologies currently available to dentistry and delve into the dental materials currently available for both manufacturing techniques and compare and contrast each. Following this overview, the most suitable method and material for each dental laboratory application will be discussed and ultimately a formula laid down that will be relevant and applicable to both current and future materials in development.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Centennial Room

3D Printing Technology Review and Choosing the Right Printer

  • Lecture

3D printing is the hot topic in dental technology right now and there are myriad choices available in both printers and materials. But how do you choose? In this session, Dental Axess CEO Belinda Muggleton will explain why her company needs to offer several different brands of printer and poses the questions you need to ask yourself - and your supplier - before making a choice.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

13.30 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Centennial Room

Digital Dentistry – Endless possibilities

  • Lecture

Throughout the years, restorative trends and techniques have come and gone. Some material developments have transformed the face of aesthetic dentistry, while other initial concepts have phased out and died. Yet the concept of digital dentistry is one that started out small, and has progressively increased in momentum until its boundaries appear to have become endless. The most exciting factor surrounding these technologies is not, however, only in the potential applications of these technologies that are being hypothesized by dental professionals. These advancements are not, therefore, something that will "eventually" emerge in the market, they are realities that are currently being released to further revolutionize the quality of dental care that is being delivered in modern restorative dentistry. As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Centennial Room

Digital Impression to Smile Makeover with Your Lab

  • Lecture

This session will discuss what is required to fabricate a successful smile makeover and explore methods of communication between practice and laboratory to achieve that aim. Topics include: Differing smile makeover methods; Planning and briefing the lab; Shade selection; Imagery and scans required for smile design; Computer-aided smile design (CASD); Mock-up and transfer; and Finalising the case.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7 - Centennial Room

Digital Orthodontic Workflows

  • Lecture

Utilising digital workflows in the laboratory for the production of orthodontic appliances and aligners offers significant benefits in terms of accuracy, outcomes and profitability. In this session, Ari Sciacca looks at the technologies he uses daily like intraoral scanning, CAD design and 3D printing to digitally manufacture the gamut of appliances utilised in dental practice today.

17.00 - 19.00 • Cocktail Reception - AV8 Bar and Restaurant

9.00 - 10.30 • DT-5 - Centennial Room

Digital dentures: A unique modular approach

Digital denture technology supports the clinician in efforts to reduce the clinical time required to produce a denture. Clinical procedures can be facilitated by digitally manufactured custom trays and recording devices. The integration of clinical data in available design software assures that the technician is designing dentures according to sound anatomic references. The CAD/CAM process, either printing or milling, provide accuracy to support excellence in denture fit and occlusion. The communication offered between clinician and technician in design and through prototypes that give patients direct feedback to proposed denture designs highlight the many advantages of digital denture technology, and will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician restorative team. This lecture covers key components for the clinical and technical fabrication of a lab based digital denture utilizing a unique modular process, that offers the restorative team the ability to choose prosthetic materials based on the best combination for the patient.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

11.00 - 11.45 • Session DT-6a - Centennial Room

Full Arch Solutions of Today and Tomorrow

This session will review common problems with implant cases which require Advanced laboratory solutions including:

  • How implant solutions have evolved over time with technology?
  • Comparisons of conventional full arch Implant systems vs full arch Implant Systems of the future.
  • Why offering Digitally advanced solutions helps grow your business.
  • 11.45 - 12.30 • Session DT-6b - Centennial Room

    Creating partial denture frameworks - Laser sintering vs CoCr milling

    Partial dentures have been a mainstay of the dental industry for many years and for good reason: They are an affordable, tried-and-tested treatment. In this session, Proslab Dental’s Damian Synefias reviews the current state-of-the-art in the digital manufacture of partial denture frameworks with a particular focus on how the introduction of 3D laser printing (sintering) technology has revolutionised their denture manufacturing workflows.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Centennial Room

    ASIGA: 3D printers in dentistry

    Justin Elsey is the founder and managing director of Asiga, an Australian company which designs and manufactures 3D printers. Asiga 3D printers are exported worldwide, have won international industry awards in dental and jewellery fields and are recognized as the global industry leader in hearing-aid manufacture. In this session, Justin will share some of his many insights and experiences in 3D printing for dental applications.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session DT-11 - Centennial Room

    Closing the Loop with Digital Immediate Full Arch Treatments

    A staged process for full arch restorations traditionally been considered the gold standard.

    Implant planning, Implant placement, second stage surgery and finally the delivery of the restoration has been commonplace for decades but this process can sometimes take up to 6-12 months to provide the patient with the desired outcomes.

    Why can’t we do it predictably in 3 days?

    Why can’t we do it predictably in 3 hours?

    Digital dentistry is allowing us to do this right now.

    With 4+ years and 500+ arches of immediate milled titanium implant bridges behind us, I will discuss the challenges, pitfalls, and advantages of using technology currently available to us as well as what the future looks like with technology development so we can continue to provide our patients with arguably the new gold standard for full arch restorations.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Centennial Room

    Make in house ortho aligners in one hour with Clear and Straight

    Just as the same day crown has become the norm, it is now possible with the use of digital technology to have patients leave the surgery with orthodontic aligners within an hour. This session will cover scanning, virtual setup of cases, model creation using super fast 3D printing and aligner manufacturing. This a must attend talk for all dentists and laboratories considering invisible aligners.

    9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Centennial Room

    Digital dentures: A unique modular approach

    • Lecture

    Digital denture technology supports the clinician in efforts to reduce the clinical time required to produce a denture. Clinical procedures can be facilitated by digitally manufactured custom trays and recording devices. The integration of clinical data in available design software assures that the technician is designing dentures according to sound anatomic references. The CAD/CAM process, either printing or milling, provide accuracy to support excellence in denture fit and occlusion. The communication offered between clinician and technician in design and through prototypes that give patients direct feedback to proposed denture designs highlight the many advantages of digital denture technology, and will only enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician restorative team. This lecture covers key components for the clinical and technical fabrication of a lab based digital denture utilizing a unique modular process, that offers the restorative team the ability to choose prosthetic materials based on the best combination for the patient.

    10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2 - Centennial Room

    Full Arch Solutions of Today and Tomorrow

    • Lecture

    This session will review common problems with implant cases which require Advanced laboratory solutions including:

  • How implant solutions have evolved over time with technology?
  • Comparisons of conventional full arch Implant systems vs full arch Implant Systems of the future.
  • Why offering Digitally advanced solutions helps grow your business.
  • 11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Centennial Room

    Creating partial denture frameworks - Laser sintering vs CoCr milling

    • Lecture

    Partial dentures have been a mainstay of the dental industry for many years and for good reason: They are an affordable, tried-and-tested treatment. In this session, Proslab Dental’s Damian Synefias reviews the current state-of-the-art in the digital manufacture of partial denture frameworks with a particular focus on how the introduction of 3D laser printing (sintering) technology has revolutionised their denture manufacturing workflows.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Centennial Room

    ASIGA: 3D printers in dentistry

    • Lecture

    Justin Elsey is the founder and managing director of Asiga, an Australian company which designs and manufactures 3D printers. Asiga 3D printers are exported worldwide, have won international industry awards in dental and jewellery fields and are recognized as the global industry leader in hearing-aid manufacture. In this session, Justin will share some of his many insights and experiences in 3D printing for dental applications.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Centennial Room

    Closing the Loop with Digital Immediate Full Arch Treatments

    • Lecture

    A staged process for full arch restorations traditionally been considered the gold standard.

    Implant planning, Implant placement, second stage surgery and finally the delivery of the restoration has been commonplace for decades but this process can sometimes take up to 6-12 months to provide the patient with the desired outcomes.

    Why can’t we do it predictably in 3 days?

    Why can’t we do it predictably in 3 hours?

    Digital dentistry is allowing us to do this right now.

    With 4+ years and 500+ arches of immediate milled titanium implant bridges behind us, I will discuss the challenges, pitfalls, and advantages of using technology currently available to us as well as what the future looks like with technology development so we can continue to provide our patients with arguably the new gold standard for full arch restorations.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Centennial Room

    Make in house ortho aligners in one hour with Clear and Straight

    • Lecture

    Just as the same day crown has become the norm, it is now possible with the use of digital technology to have patients leave the surgery with orthodontic aligners within an hour. This session will cover scanning, virtual setup of cases, model creation using super fast 3D printing and aligner manufacturing. This a must attend talk for all dentists and laboratories considering invisible aligners.

    9.00 - 10.30 • STREAM 4 - DX1-1 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    9.00 - 10.30 • STREAM 3 - DS1-1 - Botany Room

    inLab18 and the multi layer gingiva implant bridge

    A demonstration and update of the full capabilities of inlab 18 CAD design software. The demonstration of how inLab 18 integrates with the dentist on a digital platform. New applications such as Model 18 demonstrating implant model printing from an intra oral impression are also presented.

    9.00 - 9.45 • STREAM 5 - IV1-1 - Kurnell Room

    New and Exciting Workflows with 3Shape

    Please join us for an exciting and informative lecture on what’s new in 3Shape. Incorporating the latest software release of Dental System 2018. We will be demonstrating new workflows using 3Shape Smile Design, RealView Engine and Partial Denture Designs with Artificial teeth. This is a chance to learn about new workflows that can be easily integrated into your business.

    9.00 - 9.45 • STREAM 6 - PF1-1 - Randwick Room

    From Intraoral scan to physical model

    Intraoral scans are a great leap forward but need post processing to be fully usable for physical model construction. This workshop with discuss the STL file format, the shortcomings of intraoral scans and how to edit and prepare them ready for 3D printing in various software programs. This is an essential, informative discussion and a must for anyone interested in 3D printing.

    9.45 - 10.30 • STREAM 5 - IV1-2 - Kurnell Room

    Succeeding with Intraoral Scanning

    Live Demonstration with 3Shape scanner. Handy Tips and Tricks to Ensure Smooth Scanning.

    9.45 - 10.30 • STREAM 6 - PF1-2 - Randwick Room

    3D printing 101

    This overview will discuss the process of additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, from inception to what it can actually do now. Different technologies will be discussed and the pros and cons of each evaluated. Special emphasis will be on the use of photopolymers for dental applications and investigate what is practical today rather than what is promised in the future.

    10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 4 - DX1-2 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 3 - DS1-2 - Botany Room

    Multiunit - Multilayer

    A full workflow through a full arch case on multi-unit abutment using the digital multi-layer function. The presentation covers software design options, materials as well as the practical techniques used in the case presented.

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 5 - IV1-3 - Kurnell Room

    Digital in Removable Prosthetics

    There are now complete manufacturing processes available for the rapid digital production of removable partial and full-arch dentures.

    Many innovative processes integrate the treatment steps in the denture practice with the digital manufacturing processes in the lab.

    All of the digital processes, are designed to eliminate common laboratory errors from the production of dentures, with this in mind we now need to focus on our clinical protocols in order to achieve excellent results.

    In addition, you benefit from faster model analysis, a quicker set-up in the software, and faster gingiva design and completion.

    Digital denture software and high quality materials, combined with well-designed manufacturing strategies and the cutting-edge milling, provide predictable and reproducible results.

    With Digital Denture, the new digital manufacturing process for dentures, you save valuable time compared to manual production methods: less manual working steps, less interruptions in production, no complex plaster models and no articulating.

    Participants will gain an overview of the following:

    • Digital denture Development
    • Clinical workflows for digital dentures
    • Technical side of CAD design and CAM manufacturing
    • Comparison of Conventional versus Digital
    • How to enter into the Digital world of Denture Design and Manufacturing

    11.00 - 12.30 • STREAM 6 - PF1-3 - Randwick Room

    • ,

    Everything you need to know about Formlabs 3D Printers

    Full overview of the Form2 from Formlabs. Techniques and tips to get successful prints. The future, Questions and Answers and live demonstration of the software.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 4 - DX1-3 - Kingsford Room

    Implant Retained Digital Dentistry

    Overview of the most current digital techniques supporting full end-to-end workflows for implant retained restorations. The workflow including intraoral scanning, implant planning, CAD design and manufacturing will be discussed and demonstrated.

    Topics include:

    • Digital implant treatment planning
    • CAD design implant retained restorations
    • Design surgical guides
    • Manufacturing review

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 3 - DS1-3 - Botany Room

    Digitising conventional impressions to outsource production of Atlantis abutments and suprastructures

    This session reviews accessing custom implant restoration options from Atlantis ranging from single tooth abutments to full arch bridge and hybrid bars. The workshop will illustrate how to utilise scanning and submitting cases through your lab software, designing and manufacturing for successful custom restorations.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 5 - IV1-4 - Kurnell Room

    Reimagining Prosthodontics with IPS e.max® ZirCAD

    As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team. This exciting multimedia presentation will offer participants a unique insight into digital design, using 3 Shape Dental Designer - Implant Studio and the Ivoclar Digital Denture system, from pre surgical planning to, printed diagnostic wax-up and milled provisional PMMA restorations, and their digital replicas to guide us in the creation of e.max Zircad cad-cam restorations, for both tooth and implant supported prosthetics, will be presented.

    Objectives:

    • Learn how digital design assists in restorative diagnosis, treatment planning, and restoration creation.
    • Understand the process for fabricating digital dentures, using both milled and 3D printing technologies.
    • Learn the differences in milling and 3D resins for Removable Prosthetics.
    • Identify the modular concept of multiple fabrication options for both dentures and implant supported restorations.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 4 - DX1-4 - Kingsford Room

    3Shape Smile Design Studio

    Introducing Smile Design Studio into treatment presentations and planning. An overview of Smile Design from 3Shape including a live case presentation. Topics include Patient presentation, communication and engagement; Communicating with laboratory; and Taking Smile Design concept through to final restoration design.

    13.30 - 15.00 • STREAM 3 - DS1-4 - Botany Room

    Think you know CEREC, Think again

    After 32 years of consistently milling digitally produced restorations, CEREC is no longer just an inlay and crown machine. Today, CEREC's applications have spread into all aspects of dentistry including, connecting digitally with your lab. It is open, powder-free and adapts to your workflows. This course will overview the many digital workflows which are available such as connecting with your lab using digital impressions or milling single visit restorations with CEREC.

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 5 - IV1-5 - Kurnell Room

    An Introduction to Modern CAD/CAM Materials & Characterisation

    CAD/CAM is one of the fastest-growing sectors within the dental profession. The potential and versatility of the entire Ivoclar Vivadent CAD/CAM material solutions will be explored, including IPS Empress® CAD and IPS e.max® CAD.

    Never before have there been so many options available to enhance the chairside aesthetics of CAD/CAM dentistry successfully.

    This lecture / demo aims to provide the participants with a systematic and coordinated approach to successfully provide high aesthetic solutions.

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 6 - PF1-4 - Randwick Room

    The New Roland DWX 52D and DWX 52DCi

    This session will cover the new features of the new Roland DWX52D and DWX 52DCi dry mills. These value for money machines are packed with the latest technology and deliver features and results that are simply amazing. The DWX-52DCi features new DWINDEX software that enables users to plan, identify and manage indexing operations to assert improved control over the machine productivity. This will also be demonstrated.

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 4 - DX1-5 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 5 - IV1-6 - Kurnell Room

    The Digital Journey

    Are you ready to scan? Let Dr Rob Ashman hold your hand while you transition from Analogue to Digital.

    Learn how to streamline the scanning experience, configure your unit and capitalise on your patient and staff excitement.

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 6 - PF1-5 - Randwick Room

    Introduction to Implant Planning Software

    This discussion and software demonstration will cover the basics of implant planning software using Blue Sky Plan. It is an ideal primer for those considering using guided surgery for implants. DICOM file importation, nerve tracing, virtual setup and implant positioning will all be covered. Advanced topics such as full mouth treatment planning will also be demonstrated. Participants will come away with a good basic understanding of computer software implant planning and a free copy of Blue Sky Plan implant planning software that can be used to produce surgical guides cost-effectively.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 4 - DX1-6 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 3 - DS1-5 - Botany Room

    Digitising conventional impressions to outsource production of Atlantis abutments and suprastructures

    This session reviews accessing custom implant restoration options from Atlantis ranging from single tooth abutments to full arch bridge and hybrid bars. The workshop will illustrate how to utilise scanning and submitting cases through your lab software, designing and manufacturing for successful custom restorations.

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 5 - IV1-7 - Kurnell Room

    New and Exciting Workflows with 3Shape

    Please join us for an exciting and informative lecture on what’s new in 3Shape. Incorporating the latest software release of Dental System 2018. We will be demonstrating new workflows using 3Shape Smile Design, RealView Engine and Partial Denture Designs with Artificial teeth. This is a chance to learn about new workflows that can be easily integrated into your business.

    15.30 - 17.00 • STREAM 6 - PF1-6 - Randwick Room

    New exocad Chairside software launch Q&A

    The long awaited exocad ChairsideCAD software is here! Based on exocad‘s proven and trusted technology used by dental laboratories globally, exocad ChairsideCAD can load open files seamlessly from an intraoral scanner of your choice. The software supports the design of inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics, plus eggshell temporaries and dental appliances such as bite splints.

    Following up from his presentation see the uses of Exocad for dentist and technicians, this session shows techniques and live smile design demonstrations. Also included is an introduction to Face scanning and full 3D smile design.

    16.15 - 17.00 • STREAM 4 - DX1-7 - Kingsford Room

    Design Software Hands on Experience

    The Dental Axess software specialist team will provide delegates with the opportunity to test drive design software for all digital indications. Design stations will be available for hands-on experience under the guidance of experienced software specialists.

    16.15 - 17.00 • STREAM 3 - DS1-6 - Botany Room

    All ceramic restoration stain & glaze hands-on demonstration

    A hands on demonstration from start to finish stain and glazing a milled crown. Chris will demonstrate simplicity, good technique to ensure a consistent reliable outcome. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions in regards to all CAD/CAM material, firing cycles, furnace setups etc.

    16.15 - 17.00 • STREAM 5 - IV1-8 - Kurnell Room

    Intraoral scanning with the Carestream CS 3600

    See Carestream Dental’s CS 3600 in action! Use the CS 3600 Intraoral Scanner to make capturing digital impressions fast and easy. Discover a smarter way to scan with the CS 3600.

    9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    • Lecture

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    9.00 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Botany Room

    inLab18 and the multi layer gingiva implant bridge

    • Lecture

    A demonstration and update of the full capabilities of inlab 18 CAD design software. The demonstration of how inLab 18 integrates with the dentist on a digital platform. New applications such as Model 18 demonstrating implant model printing from an intra oral impression are also presented.

    9.00 - 9.45 • Session 3 - Kurnell Room

    New and Exciting Workflows with 3Shape

    • Hands-on Workshop

    Please join us for an exciting and informative lecture on what’s new in 3Shape. Incorporating the latest software release of Dental System 2018. We will be demonstrating new workflows using 3Shape Smile Design, RealView Engine and Partial Denture Designs with Artificial teeth. This is a chance to learn about new workflows that can be easily integrated into your business.

    9.00 - 9.45 • Session 4 - Randwick Room

    From Intraoral scan to physical model

    • Hands-on Workshop

    Intraoral scans are a great leap forward but need post processing to be fully usable for physical model construction. This workshop with discuss the STL file format, the shortcomings of intraoral scans and how to edit and prepare them ready for 3D printing in various software programs. This is an essential, informative discussion and a must for anyone interested in 3D printing.

    9.45 - 10.30 • Session 5 - Kurnell Room

    Succeeding with Intraoral Scanning

    • Hands-on Workshop

    Live Demonstration with 3Shape scanner. Handy Tips and Tricks to Ensure Smooth Scanning.

    9.45 - 10.30 • Session 6 - Randwick Room

    3D printing 101

    • Hands-on Workshop

    This overview will discuss the process of additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, from inception to what it can actually do now. Different technologies will be discussed and the pros and cons of each evaluated. Special emphasis will be on the use of photopolymers for dental applications and investigate what is practical today rather than what is promised in the future.

    10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 7 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    • Lecture

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 8 - Botany Room

    Multiunit - Multilayer

    • Lecture

    A full workflow through a full arch case on multi-unit abutment using the digital multi-layer function. The presentation covers software design options, materials as well as the practical techniques used in the case presented.

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 9 - Kurnell Room

    Digital in Removable Prosthetics

    • Lecture

    There are now complete manufacturing processes available for the rapid digital production of removable partial and full-arch dentures.

    Many innovative processes integrate the treatment steps in the denture practice with the digital manufacturing processes in the lab.

    All of the digital processes, are designed to eliminate common laboratory errors from the production of dentures, with this in mind we now need to focus on our clinical protocols in order to achieve excellent results.

    In addition, you benefit from faster model analysis, a quicker set-up in the software, and faster gingiva design and completion.

    Digital denture software and high quality materials, combined with well-designed manufacturing strategies and the cutting-edge milling, provide predictable and reproducible results.

    With Digital Denture, the new digital manufacturing process for dentures, you save valuable time compared to manual production methods: less manual working steps, less interruptions in production, no complex plaster models and no articulating.

    Participants will gain an overview of the following:

    • Digital denture Development
    • Clinical workflows for digital dentures
    • Technical side of CAD design and CAM manufacturing
    • Comparison of Conventional versus Digital
    • How to enter into the Digital world of Denture Design and Manufacturing

    11.00 - 12.30 • Session 10 - Randwick Room

    • ,

    Everything you need to know about Formlabs 3D Printers

    • Lecture

    Full overview of the Form2 from Formlabs. Techniques and tips to get successful prints. The future, Questions and Answers and live demonstration of the software.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 11 - Kingsford Room

    Implant Retained Digital Dentistry

    • Lecture

    Overview of the most current digital techniques supporting full end-to-end workflows for implant retained restorations. The workflow including intraoral scanning, implant planning, CAD design and manufacturing will be discussed and demonstrated.

    Topics include:

    • Digital implant treatment planning
    • CAD design implant retained restorations
    • Design surgical guides
    • Manufacturing review

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 12 - Botany Room

    Digitising conventional impressions to outsource production of Atlantis abutments and suprastructures

    • Lecture

    This session reviews accessing custom implant restoration options from Atlantis ranging from single tooth abutments to full arch bridge and hybrid bars. The workshop will illustrate how to utilise scanning and submitting cases through your lab software, designing and manufacturing for successful custom restorations.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 13 - Kurnell Room

    Reimagining Prosthodontics with IPS e.max® ZirCAD

    • Lecture

    As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team. This exciting multimedia presentation will offer participants a unique insight into digital design, using 3 Shape Dental Designer - Implant Studio and the Ivoclar Digital Denture system, from pre surgical planning to, printed diagnostic wax-up and milled provisional PMMA restorations, and their digital replicas to guide us in the creation of e.max Zircad cad-cam restorations, for both tooth and implant supported prosthetics, will be presented.

    Objectives:

    • Learn how digital design assists in restorative diagnosis, treatment planning, and restoration creation.
    • Understand the process for fabricating digital dentures, using both milled and 3D printing technologies.
    • Learn the differences in milling and 3D resins for Removable Prosthetics.
    • Identify the modular concept of multiple fabrication options for both dentures and implant supported restorations.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 14 - Kingsford Room

    3Shape Smile Design Studio

    • Lecture

    Introducing Smile Design Studio into treatment presentations and planning. An overview of Smile Design from 3Shape including a live case presentation. Topics include Patient presentation, communication and engagement; Communicating with laboratory; and Taking Smile Design concept through to final restoration design.

    13.30 - 15.00 • Session 15 - Botany Room

    Think you know CEREC, Think again

    • Lecture

    After 32 years of consistently milling digitally produced restorations, CEREC is no longer just an inlay and crown machine. Today, CEREC's applications have spread into all aspects of dentistry including, connecting digitally with your lab. It is open, powder-free and adapts to your workflows. This course will overview the many digital workflows which are available such as connecting with your lab using digital impressions or milling single visit restorations with CEREC.

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 16 - Kurnell Room

    An Introduction to Modern CAD/CAM Materials & Characterisation

    • Hands-on Workshop

    CAD/CAM is one of the fastest-growing sectors within the dental profession. The potential and versatility of the entire Ivoclar Vivadent CAD/CAM material solutions will be explored, including IPS Empress® CAD and IPS e.max® CAD.

    Never before have there been so many options available to enhance the chairside aesthetics of CAD/CAM dentistry successfully.

    This lecture / demo aims to provide the participants with a systematic and coordinated approach to successfully provide high aesthetic solutions.

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 17 - Randwick Room

    The New Roland DWX 52D and DWX 52DCi

    • Hands-on Workshop

    This session will cover the new features of the new Roland DWX52D and DWX 52DCi dry mills. These value for money machines are packed with the latest technology and deliver features and results that are simply amazing. The DWX-52DCi features new DWINDEX software that enables users to plan, identify and manage indexing operations to assert improved control over the machine productivity. This will also be demonstrated.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 18 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    • Lecture

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 19 - Kurnell Room

    The Digital Journey

    • Lecture

    Are you ready to scan? Let Dr Rob Ashman hold your hand while you transition from Analogue to Digital.

    Learn how to streamline the scanning experience, configure your unit and capitalise on your patient and staff excitement.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 20 - Randwick Room

    Introduction to Implant Planning Software

    • Hands-on Workshop

    This discussion and software demonstration will cover the basics of implant planning software using Blue Sky Plan. It is an ideal primer for those considering using guided surgery for implants. DICOM file importation, nerve tracing, virtual setup and implant positioning will all be covered. Advanced topics such as full mouth treatment planning will also be demonstrated. Participants will come away with a good basic understanding of computer software implant planning and a free copy of Blue Sky Plan implant planning software that can be used to produce surgical guides cost-effectively.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 21 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    • Lecture

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 22 - Botany Room

    Digitising conventional impressions to outsource production of Atlantis abutments and suprastructures

    • Lecture

    This session reviews accessing custom implant restoration options from Atlantis ranging from single tooth abutments to full arch bridge and hybrid bars. The workshop will illustrate how to utilise scanning and submitting cases through your lab software, designing and manufacturing for successful custom restorations.

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 23 - Kurnell Room

    New and Exciting Workflows with 3Shape

    • Hands-on Workshop

    Please join us for an exciting and informative lecture on what’s new in 3Shape. Incorporating the latest software release of Dental System 2018. We will be demonstrating new workflows using 3Shape Smile Design, RealView Engine and Partial Denture Designs with Artificial teeth. This is a chance to learn about new workflows that can be easily integrated into your business.

    15.30 - 17.00 • Session 24 - Randwick Room

    New exocad Chairside software launch Q&A

    • Hands-on Workshop

    The long awaited exocad ChairsideCAD software is here! Based on exocad‘s proven and trusted technology used by dental laboratories globally, exocad ChairsideCAD can load open files seamlessly from an intraoral scanner of your choice. The software supports the design of inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers, bridges, and pontics, plus eggshell temporaries and dental appliances such as bite splints.

    Following up from his presentation see the uses of Exocad for dentist and technicians, this session shows techniques and live smile design demonstrations. Also included is an introduction to Face scanning and full 3D smile design.

    16.15 - 17.00 • Session 25 - Kingsford Room

    Design Software Hands on Experience

    • Hands-on Workshop

    The Dental Axess software specialist team will provide delegates with the opportunity to test drive design software for all digital indications. Design stations will be available for hands-on experience under the guidance of experienced software specialists.

    16.15 - 17.00 • Session 26 - Botany Room

    All ceramic restoration stain & glaze hands-on demonstration

    • Hands-on Workshop

    A hands on demonstration from start to finish stain and glazing a milled crown. Chris will demonstrate simplicity, good technique to ensure a consistent reliable outcome. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions in regards to all CAD/CAM material, firing cycles, furnace setups etc.

    16.15 - 17.00 • Session 27 - Kurnell Room

    Intraoral scanning with the Carestream CS 3600

    • Hands-on Workshop

    See Carestream Dental’s CS 3600 in action! Use the CS 3600 Intraoral Scanner to make capturing digital impressions fast and easy. Discover a smarter way to scan with the CS 3600.

    9.00 - 10.30 • STREAM 4 - DX2-1 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    9.00 - 10.30 • STREAM 3 - DS2-1 - Botany Room

    The Power of chairside digitally produced custom abutments and screw-retained crowns

    The implant is placed, now it is time to restore. This course will review the clinical workflow, instruments, materials, and fabrication process for both screw-retained and cemented implant restorations done with CAD/CAM.

    9.00 - 9.45 • STREAM 5 - IV2-1 - Kurnell Room

    The Digital Journey

    Are you ready to scan? Let Dr Rob Ashman hold your hand while you transition from Analogue to Digital.

    Learn how to streamline the scanning experience, configure your unit and capitalise on your patient and staff excitement.

    9.00 - 9.45 • STREAM 6 - PF2-1 - Randwick Room

    Everything you need to know about Formlabs 3D Printers

    Full overview of the Form2 from Formlabs. Techniques and tips to get successful prints. The future, Questions and Answers and live demonstration of the software.

    9.45 - 10.30 • STREAM 5 - IV2-2 - Kurnell Room

    Evolution of general practice with CBCT

    This lecture is titled the evolution of general practice because until we introduced a CBCT to our clinic we were still relying on diagnostic technology developed in the 1950’s.

    This lecture encompasses how the introduction of a cone beam has changed the way we diagnose, plan and treat our patients.

    It covers how it has changed our approach to endodontics, implants and oral surgery, periodontics and pathology through a series of case studies.

    We examine the benefits and pit falls of owning a CBCT as well as where the future is going to take us and how CBCT is going to become the standard of care.

    9.45 - 10.30 • STREAM 6 - PF2-2 - Randwick Room

    6 key points for integrating Digital Dentistry into your practice

    6 key points for a succesful integration of Digital dentistry including intraoral scanning, milling and 3D Printing.

    10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 4 - DX2-2 - Kingsford Room

    Smile Design Studio

    Introducing Smile Design Studio into treatment presentations and planning. An overview of Smile Design from 3Shape including a live case presentation.

    Topics include:

    • Patient presentation, communication and engagement
    • Communicating with laboratory
    • Taking Smile Design concept through to final restoration design

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 3 - DS2-2 - Botany Room

    Multiunit - multilayer

    A full workflow through a full arch case on multi-unit abutment using the digital multi-layer function. The presentation covers software design options, materials as well as the practical techniques used in the case presented.

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 5 - IV2-3 - Kurnell Room

    Digital in Removable Prosthetics

    There are now complete manufacturing processes available for the rapid digital production of removable partial and full-arch dentures.

    Many innovative processes integrate the treatment steps in the denture practice with the digital manufacturing processes in the lab.

    All of the digital processes, are designed to eliminate common laboratory errors from the production of dentures, with this in mind we now need to focus on our clinical protocols in order to achieve excellent results.

    In addition, you benefit from faster model analysis, a quicker set-up in the software, and faster gingiva design and completion.

    Digital denture software and high quality materials, combined with well-designed manufacturing strategies and the cutting-edge milling, provide predictable and reproducible results.

    With Digital Denture, the new digital manufacturing process for dentures, you save valuable time compared to manual production methods: less manual working steps, less interruptions in production, no complex plaster models and no articulating.

    Participants will gain an overview of the following:

    • Digital denture Development
    • Clinical workflows for digital dentures
    • Technical side of CAD design and CAM manufacturing
    • Comparison of Conventional versus Digital
    • How to enter into the Digital world of Denture Design and Manufacturing

    11.00 - 11.45 • STREAM 6 - PF2-3 - Randwick Room

    Introducing the Medit I500 Intraoral Scanner

    An introduction to the Medit I500 Intraoral Scanner, the first Intra Oral scanner under $25,000. Live demonstration and Hands on.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 4 - DX2-3 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 3 - DS2-3 - Botany Room

    Immediate Smile Design

    A systematic approach for immediate loading of a single tooth fully guided implant surgery using 3D implant planning software and CAD/CAM milled custom abutments and temporisation. A workflow to be well prepared for implant therapy and maximising the digital equipment and software available to get faster and more accurate results.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 5 - IV2-4 - Kurnell Room

    Reimagining Prosthodontics with IPS e.max® ZirCAD

    As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team. This exciting multimedia presentation will offer participants a unique insight into digital design, using 3 Shape Dental Designer - Implant Studio and the Ivoclar Digital Denture system, from pre surgical planning to, printed diagnostic wax-up and milled provisional PMMA restorations, and their digital replicas to guide us in the creation of e.max Zircad cad-cam restorations, for both tooth and implant supported prosthetics, will be presented.

    Objectives:

    • Learn how digital design assists in restorative diagnosis, treatment planning, and restoration creation.
    • Understand the process for fabricating digital dentures, using both milled and 3D printing technologies.
    • Learn the differences in milling and 3D resins for Removable Prosthetics.
    • Identify the modular concept of multiple fabrication options for both dentures and implant supported restorations.

    11.45 - 12.30 • STREAM 6 - PF2-4 - Randwick Room

    Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner

    An iIntroduction to Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner including a live demonstration and hands on.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 4 - DX2-4 - Kingsford Room

    Implant Retained Digital Dentistry

    Overview of the most current digital techniques supporting full end-to-end workflows for implant retained restorations. The workflow including intraoral scanning, implant planning, CAD design and manufacturing will be discussed and demonstrated.

    Topics include:

    • Digital implant treatment planning
    • CAD design implant retained restorations
    • Design surgical guides
    • Manufacturing review

    13.30 - 15.00 • STREAM 3 - DS2-4 - Botany Room

    Think you know CEREC, Think again

    After 32 years of consistently milling digitally produced restorations, CEREC is no longer just an inlay and crown machine. Today, CEREC's applications have spread into all aspects of dentistry including, connecting digitally with your lab. It is open, powder-free and adapts to your workflows. This course will overview the many digital workflows which are available such as connecting with your lab using digital impressions or milling single visit restorations with CEREC.

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 5 - IV2-5 - Kurnell Room

    Succeeding with Intraoral Scanning

    Live Demonstration with 3Shape scanner. Handy Tips and Tricks to Ensure Smooth Scanning.

    13.30 - 14.15 • STREAM 6 - PF2-5 - Randwick Room

    Invisible Aligner Software 101

    This session will cover basic software functions of the Blue Sky Bio Orthodontic module including model importation, sectioning of teeth, virtual setups and model generation and export ready for 3D printing. This is a must for anyone interested in making aligners in-house and all attendees will receive a free copy of the Blue Sky Bio Orthodontic software.

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 4 - DX2-5 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 5 - IV2-6 - Kurnell Room

    Evolution of general practice with CBCT

    This lecture is titled the evolution of general practice because until we introduced a CBCT to our clinic we were still relying on diagnostic technology developed in the 1950’s.

    This lecture encompasses how the introduction of a cone beam has changed the way we diagnose, plan and treat our patients.

    It covers how it has changed our approach to endodontics, implants and oral surgery, periodontics and pathology through a series of case studies.

    We examine the benefits and pit falls of owning a CBCT as well as where the future is going to take us and how CBCT is going to become the standard of care.

    14.15 - 15.00 • STREAM 6 - PF2-6 - Randwick Room

    Make in house ortho aligners in one hour with Clear and Straight

    Just as the same day crown has become the norm, it is now possible with the use of digital technology to have patients leave the surgery with orthodontic aligners within an hour. This session will cover scanning, virtual setup of cases, model creation using super fast 3D printing and aligner manufacturing. This a must attend talk for all dentists and laboratories considering invisible aligners.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 17.00 • STREAM 4 - DX2-6 - Kingsford Room

    Design Software Hands on Experience

    The Dental Axess software specialist team will provide delegates with the opportunity to test drive design software for all digital indications. Design stations will be available for hands-on experience under the guidance of experienced software specialists.

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 3 - DS2-5 - Breakout Room 1

    All ceramic restoration stain & glaze hands-on demonstration

    A hands on demonstration from start to finish stain and glazing a milled crown. Chris will demonstrate simplicity, good technique to ensure a consistent reliable outcome. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions in regards to all CAD/CAM material, firing cycles, furnace setups etc.

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 5 - IV2-7 - Kurnell Room

    An Introduction to Modern CAD/CAM Materials & Characterisation

    CAD/CAM is one of the fastest-growing sectors within the dental profession. The potential and versatility of the entire Ivoclar Vivadent CAD/CAM material solutions will be explored, including IPS Empress® CAD and IPS e.max® CAD.

    Never before have there been so many options available to enhance the chairside aesthetics of CAD/CAM dentistry successfully.

    This lecture / demo aims to provide the participants with a systematic and coordinated approach to successfully provide high aesthetic solutions.

    15.30 - 16.15 • STREAM 6 - PF2-7 - Randwick Room

    From Intraoral scan to physical model

    Intraoral scans are a great leap forward but need post processing to be fully usable for physical model construction. This workshop with discuss the STL file format, the shortcomings of intraoral scans and how to edit and prepare them ready for 3D printing in various software programs. This is an essential, informative discussion and a must for anyone interested in 3D printing.

    16.15 - 17.00 • STREAM 3 - DS2-6 - Botany Room

    Immediate Smile Design

    A systematic approach for immediate loading of a single tooth fully guided implant surgery using 3D implant planning software and CAD/CAM milled custom abutments and temporisation. A workflow to be well prepared for implant therapy and maximising the digital equipment and software available to get faster and more accurate results.

    16.15 - 17.00 • STREAM 6 - PF2-7 - Randwick Room

    Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner

    An Introduction to Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner including a live demonstration and hands on.

    9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Kingsford Room

    Clear Aligner Workflow

    • Lecture

    Digital clear aligner workflows will be presented including everything from scanning, analysis, treatment planning and 3D printing models through to final aligner production will be discussed.

    Topics include:

    • Software demonstration showcasing treatment planning for clear aligners
    • In-house manufacturing vs outsourcing
    • Review of materials and aligner manufacturing process
    • Dental Monitoring and Clear Aligner solutions

    9.00 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Botany Room

    The Power of chairside digitally produced custom abutments and screw-retained crowns

    • Lecture

    The implant is placed, now it is time to restore. This course will review the clinical workflow, instruments, materials, and fabrication process for both screw-retained and cemented implant restorations done with CAD/CAM.

    9.00 - 9.45 • Session 3 - Kurnell Room

    The Digital Journey

    • Lecture

    Are you ready to scan? Let Dr Rob Ashman hold your hand while you transition from Analogue to Digital.

    Learn how to streamline the scanning experience, configure your unit and capitalise on your patient and staff excitement.

    9.00 - 9.45 • Session 4 - Randwick Room

    Everything you need to know about Formlabs 3D Printers

    • Lecture

    Full overview of the Form2 from Formlabs. Techniques and tips to get successful prints. The future, Questions and Answers and live demonstration of the software.

    9.45 - 10.30 • Session 5 - Kurnell Room

    Evolution of general practice with CBCT

    • Lecture

    This lecture is titled the evolution of general practice because until we introduced a CBCT to our clinic we were still relying on diagnostic technology developed in the 1950’s.

    This lecture encompasses how the introduction of a cone beam has changed the way we diagnose, plan and treat our patients.

    It covers how it has changed our approach to endodontics, implants and oral surgery, periodontics and pathology through a series of case studies.

    We examine the benefits and pit falls of owning a CBCT as well as where the future is going to take us and how CBCT is going to become the standard of care.

    9.45 - 10.30 • Session 6 - Randwick Room

    6 key points for integrating Digital Dentistry into your practice

    • Lecture

    6 key points for a succesful integration of Digital dentistry including intraoral scanning, milling and 3D Printing.

    10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 7 - Kingsford Room

    Smile Design Studio

    • Lecture

    Introducing Smile Design Studio into treatment presentations and planning. An overview of Smile Design from 3Shape including a live case presentation.

    Topics include:

    • Patient presentation, communication and engagement
    • Communicating with laboratory
    • Taking Smile Design concept through to final restoration design

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 8 - Botany Room

    Multiunit - multilayer

    • Lecture

    A full workflow through a full arch case on multi-unit abutment using the digital multi-layer function. The presentation covers software design options, materials as well as the practical techniques used in the case presented.

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 9 - Kurnell Room

    Digital in Removable Prosthetics

    • Lecture

    There are now complete manufacturing processes available for the rapid digital production of removable partial and full-arch dentures.

    Many innovative processes integrate the treatment steps in the denture practice with the digital manufacturing processes in the lab.

    All of the digital processes, are designed to eliminate common laboratory errors from the production of dentures, with this in mind we now need to focus on our clinical protocols in order to achieve excellent results.

    In addition, you benefit from faster model analysis, a quicker set-up in the software, and faster gingiva design and completion.

    Digital denture software and high quality materials, combined with well-designed manufacturing strategies and the cutting-edge milling, provide predictable and reproducible results.

    With Digital Denture, the new digital manufacturing process for dentures, you save valuable time compared to manual production methods: less manual working steps, less interruptions in production, no complex plaster models and no articulating.

    Participants will gain an overview of the following:

    • Digital denture Development
    • Clinical workflows for digital dentures
    • Technical side of CAD design and CAM manufacturing
    • Comparison of Conventional versus Digital
    • How to enter into the Digital world of Denture Design and Manufacturing

    11.00 - 11.45 • Session 10 - Randwick Room

    Introducing the Medit I500 Intraoral Scanner

    • Lecture

    An introduction to the Medit I500 Intraoral Scanner, the first Intra Oral scanner under $25,000. Live demonstration and Hands on.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 11 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    • Lecture

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 12 - Botany Room

    Immediate Smile Design

    • Lecture

    A systematic approach for immediate loading of a single tooth fully guided implant surgery using 3D implant planning software and CAD/CAM milled custom abutments and temporisation. A workflow to be well prepared for implant therapy and maximising the digital equipment and software available to get faster and more accurate results.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 13 - Kurnell Room

    Reimagining Prosthodontics with IPS e.max® ZirCAD

    • Lecture

    As dentistry evolves into the digital world, the successful incorporation of computerization and new technology will continue to provide more efficient methods of communication and fabrication while at the same time retaining the individual creativity and artistry of the skilled dentist and dental technician, while the utilization of new technology will continue to enhance the close cooperation and working relationship of the dentist/technician team. This exciting multimedia presentation will offer participants a unique insight into digital design, using 3 Shape Dental Designer - Implant Studio and the Ivoclar Digital Denture system, from pre surgical planning to, printed diagnostic wax-up and milled provisional PMMA restorations, and their digital replicas to guide us in the creation of e.max Zircad cad-cam restorations, for both tooth and implant supported prosthetics, will be presented.

    Objectives:

    • Learn how digital design assists in restorative diagnosis, treatment planning, and restoration creation.
    • Understand the process for fabricating digital dentures, using both milled and 3D printing technologies.
    • Learn the differences in milling and 3D resins for Removable Prosthetics.
    • Identify the modular concept of multiple fabrication options for both dentures and implant supported restorations.

    11.45 - 12.30 • Session 14 - Randwick Room

    Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner

    • Lecture

    An iIntroduction to Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner including a live demonstration and hands on.

    12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch - Ballroom 1 and 2

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 15 - Kingsford Room

    Implant Retained Digital Dentistry

    • Lecture

    Overview of the most current digital techniques supporting full end-to-end workflows for implant retained restorations. The workflow including intraoral scanning, implant planning, CAD design and manufacturing will be discussed and demonstrated.

    Topics include:

    • Digital implant treatment planning
    • CAD design implant retained restorations
    • Design surgical guides
    • Manufacturing review

    13.30 - 15.00 • Session 16 - Botany Room

    Think you know CEREC, Think again

    • Lecture

    After 32 years of consistently milling digitally produced restorations, CEREC is no longer just an inlay and crown machine. Today, CEREC's applications have spread into all aspects of dentistry including, connecting digitally with your lab. It is open, powder-free and adapts to your workflows. This course will overview the many digital workflows which are available such as connecting with your lab using digital impressions or milling single visit restorations with CEREC.

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 17 - Kurnell Room

    Succeeding with Intraoral Scanning

    • Hands-on Workshop

    Live Demonstration with 3Shape scanner. Handy Tips and Tricks to Ensure Smooth Scanning.

    13.30 - 14.15 • Session 18 - Randwick Room

    Invisible Aligner Software 101

    • Lecture

    This session will cover basic software functions of the Blue Sky Bio Orthodontic module including model importation, sectioning of teeth, virtual setups and model generation and export ready for 3D printing. This is a must for anyone interested in making aligners in-house and all attendees will receive a free copy of the Blue Sky Bio Orthodontic software.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 19 - Kingsford Room

    Digital Dentures a Reality

    • Lecture

    The digital denture manufacturing process will be presented from scanning through to designing the digital denture and manufacturing process.

    Exciting technological advancements have changed clinical denture techniques and laboratory technology in an area of dentistry that has not seen change in many decades.

    Efficiencies and techniques will be discussed including hardware and software reviews.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 20 - Kurnell Room

    Evolution of general practice with CBCT

    • Lecture

    This lecture is titled the evolution of general practice because until we introduced a CBCT to our clinic we were still relying on diagnostic technology developed in the 1950’s.

    This lecture encompasses how the introduction of a cone beam has changed the way we diagnose, plan and treat our patients.

    It covers how it has changed our approach to endodontics, implants and oral surgery, periodontics and pathology through a series of case studies.

    We examine the benefits and pit falls of owning a CBCT as well as where the future is going to take us and how CBCT is going to become the standard of care.

    14.15 - 15.00 • Session 21 - Randwick Room

    Make in house ortho aligners in one hour with Clear and Straight

    • Lecture

    Just as the same day crown has become the norm, it is now possible with the use of digital technology to have patients leave the surgery with orthodontic aligners within an hour. This session will cover scanning, virtual setup of cases, model creation using super fast 3D printing and aligner manufacturing. This a must attend talk for all dentists and laboratories considering invisible aligners.

    15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea - Ballroom 1 and 2

    15.30 - 17.00 • Session 22 - Kingsford Room

    Design Software Hands on Experience

    • Hands-on Workshop

    The Dental Axess software specialist team will provide delegates with the opportunity to test drive design software for all digital indications. Design stations will be available for hands-on experience under the guidance of experienced software specialists.

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 23 - Breakout Room 1

    All ceramic restoration stain & glaze hands-on demonstration

    • Hands-on Workshop

    A hands on demonstration from start to finish stain and glazing a milled crown. Chris will demonstrate simplicity, good technique to ensure a consistent reliable outcome. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions in regards to all CAD/CAM material, firing cycles, furnace setups etc.

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 24 - Kurnell Room

    An Introduction to Modern CAD/CAM Materials & Characterisation

    • Hands-on Workshop

    CAD/CAM is one of the fastest-growing sectors within the dental profession. The potential and versatility of the entire Ivoclar Vivadent CAD/CAM material solutions will be explored, including IPS Empress® CAD and IPS e.max® CAD.

    Never before have there been so many options available to enhance the chairside aesthetics of CAD/CAM dentistry successfully.

    This lecture / demo aims to provide the participants with a systematic and coordinated approach to successfully provide high aesthetic solutions.

    15.30 - 16.15 • Session 25 - Randwick Room

    From Intraoral scan to physical model

    • Lecture

    Intraoral scans are a great leap forward but need post processing to be fully usable for physical model construction. This workshop with discuss the STL file format, the shortcomings of intraoral scans and how to edit and prepare them ready for 3D printing in various software programs. This is an essential, informative discussion and a must for anyone interested in 3D printing.

    16.15 - 17.00 • Session 26 - Botany Room

    Immediate Smile Design

    • Hands-on Workshop

    A systematic approach for immediate loading of a single tooth fully guided implant surgery using 3D implant planning software and CAD/CAM milled custom abutments and temporisation. A workflow to be well prepared for implant therapy and maximising the digital equipment and software available to get faster and more accurate results.

    16.15 - 17.00 • Session 27 - Randwick Room

    Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner

    • Hands-on Workshop

    An Introduction to Carestream Dental’s CS3600 intraoral scanner including a live demonstration and hands on.

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    Dr Dean Licenblat

    BDent (Syd), MSc (Oral Implantology) (Goethe), BSc (Biol. Sci.) (Hons), FPFA, DICOI, IPS Master, Clinical Instructor Goethe University, LVIF

    Dean is the principal clinician at Sydney Dental Aesthetics & Implants located in Martin Place Sydney.

    He has completed a master’s degree in oral implantology and bone grafting from Goethe...

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    Mr Joseph Tavella

    Joseph Tavella is an Australian Dental Technician working in the industry for 10 years. Specialising in CAD/CAM, he has had extensive digital training in Australia, Japan, Denmark and the US, worki...

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    Mr Arnie Jabour

    Dental Prosthetist, Diploma of Education

    Arnie has over 40 years’ experience in the dental industry, starting in the Royal Australian Navy as a dental assistant Dental Technician Dental Educator, he went on to manage dental clinics and ...

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    Dr Robert E Ashman

    BDS (Otago)

    Every day Dr Rob Ashman renews youth and beauty at his leading Aesthetic Dental Practice in Christchurch New Zealand. He has devoted his life to Cosmetic Dentistry and specialises in revolutionisin...

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    Mr John Scollo

    John Scollo, former president of the Crown and Bridge Society of Australia, is a qualified Dental Technician and co-founder of The Dental Solution, one of Australia’s largest dental laboratories, th...

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    Mr Lee Culp

    CDT

    Lee Culp, CDT, is the CEO of Sculpture Studios, a dental laboratory, research and product development center for new and innovative diagnostic and restorative and digital applied applications to su...

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    Dr Lawrence TL Lau

    BDS (Hons) (Syd)

    Lawrence Lau graduated from the University of Sydney in 1997 with Honours and was the recipient of Prosthetic prize. He has been in private practice since 1999 and operates 3 practices in the Sydne...

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    Dr Anthony W Mak

    BDS, Grad.Dip.Clin.Dent (Oral Implants)

    Dr Anthony Mak obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Sydney University and then went on to complete his Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants). He graduated with multipl...

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    Dr Fadi Yassmin

    BDS (Syd), MSc Ae Dent (Kings College), MFGDP (UK)

    Dr Yassmin graduated from Sydney University in 1993, his immediate interest in orthodontics and early interceptive orthopeadics in children paved the way for his passion in multidisciplinary treatm...

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    Mr Chris Hussey

    Chris Hussey is a Dental Ceramist and CEREC CAD/CAM Consultant. He is a Dentsply Sirona inLab/CEREC Key Opinion Leader. Chris studied Dental Technology at RMIT in Melbourne.

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    Mr Ari Sciacca

    Ari Sciacca is the owner of Archform and Digital Orthodontics in Australia. Archform and Digital Orthodontics is at the leading edge of orthodontic technology and serves orthodontists around the wo...

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    Mr John B Batchelor

    CertDentTech, AdvCert CDentTech

    John has been involved in dental technology for over 30 years, beginning at Ken Prior’s Dental Laboratory in Wellington, followed by periods in Nelson and at Otago Dental School overseeing th...

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    Mr Lachlan Thompson

    Dip.DT (WA)

    Lachlan completed his training in Perth, Western Australia as a dental technician focused on aesthetic and Implant dentistry. Since completing his training he has attended courses in the U.S. and E...

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    Mr Rob Dulieu

    Adv Dip DP, Adv Dip DT, Palo Malo Clinical Residency, NobelClinician Train The Trainer, Adv Dip Dental Implants O/D

    Robert Dulieu is a registered Dental Prosthetist, Ceramist and Dental Technician. He has spoken on Implant restorative solutions and Advanced Ceramic techniques in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, ...

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    Mr Geoff Staples

    Grad.Cert.Bus.Admin (UniSA)

    Geoff is an Adelaide based Digital Dentistry Consultant, writer, commentator, trainer and keynote speaker, who travels the nationally and internationally providing technical advice and implementati...

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    Mr Damian Synefias

    Damian is an entrepreneur who founded Proslab Dental Laboratory over thirty years ago. Innovation is his mantra. His focus was to create the lab of the future, investing in CAD/CAM technology to pr...

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    Mr Terry Whitty

    Dip.DT (Syd)

    Terence Whitty is a well-known dental technology key opinion leader and dental technology consultant and lectures regularly nationally and internationally on a variety of dental technology and mate...

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    Dr Angelo Lazaris

    BDS (Hons) (Syd), MSc (Aesthetic Dentistry) (London)

    Dr Angelo Lazaris operates a boutique dental practice in the heart of Sydney’s CBD focused almost exclusively on aesthetic rehabilitations. He earned his Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree with Ho...

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    Mr Matt Race

    Dip. Dent. Tech, LVI MDT

    Matthew Race is the Chief Operating Officer of Race Dental Laboratory. He is an L.V.I. Master Technician and was the first 3M ESPE Lava trainer and demonstrator for Australasia.

    Matthew was ...

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    Ms Belinda Muggleton

    Belinda Muggleton is the CEO of Dental Axess, a leading facilitator of digital dentistry solutions in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America. Ms Muggleton initially trained as a dental te...

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    Mr Michael Tuckman

    Michael Tuckman is a dental technician and mechanical engineer, specialising in advanced CAD/CAM technology. The founder and CEO of Osteon Medical, Michael has a passion for combining engineering w...

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    Mr Justin Elsey

    Justin Elsey is the founder and managing director of Asiga, which designs and manufactures 3D printers and resins in Sydney, Australia and exports globally. He is interested in 3D printing technolo...

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    Mr Ryan Whitty

    Ryan Whitty used his first computer at the age of 18 months and never stopped. He currently is an integral part of Fabdent digital dental laboratory where he has been for the past eight years runni...

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    Mr Hyll Coraj

    BSc

    Hyll Coraj is a Director of Pacific Dental Specialities and is based in Napier, New Zealand. After completing his BSc, Hyll began his career as a digital imaging product manager for scientific micr...

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    Mr Greg Baker

    Greg Baker is a qualified dental technician and works in Digital Dentistry Technical Support at Pacific Dental Specialties. Since graduating from Southbank Institute of Technology, Greg has worked ...

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    Mr Angelo Liakos

    Angelo is a co-founder of A&B Dental Laboratory. He is a crown and bridge technician who has worked in the dental industry for over 25 years. Always focusing on improving production within the lab ...

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    Mr Jim M Ruddy

    Jim Ruddy has over 25 years’ experience in the field of dental ceramics; both lecturing and teaching across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

    Jim was a trainer for three years in Germany ...

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    Mr Paul Millist

    Paul Millist is a CAD/CAM Specialist with Carestream Dental. He trained formally as a Dental Technician and Dental Prosthetist and has held a variety of roles in the dental industry for many years,...

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    Dr Ben Hargreave

    B.Med.Sci, BDent (Hons) (Syd)

    Dr Hargreave has a Medical Science degree, a Bachelor of Dentistry with Honours and a graduate diploma in Oral implants from the University of Sydney.

    He has lectured nationally on digital d...

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    Dr David L Roberts

    BDSc (Hons) (Qld), MDSc (Qld)

    David completed his Bachelor qualification in 1991, graduating with first class honors and four academic awards in his final year. Prior to this he had accepted a commission from the Royal Australi...

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    Mr Greg Goodman

    MBA, BAcc

    Greg Goodman is a Director of Pacific Dental Specialities. He started his dental career with Nobel Biocare over 10 years ago as a sales representative in QLD, then moved into sales management headi...

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    THIS RATE APPLIES TO: Dental Prosthetists, Clinical Dental Technicians, Denturists, Dental Technicians, Others

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