3rd Annual Australian Digital Dentistry Conference

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Sydney, AUSTRALIA

From: 9:00 AM Friday, 3 June, 2022

Registration opens at 7:30 AM

To: 5:00 PM Saturday, 4 June, 2022

Add to Calendar 06/03/2022 09:00 06/04/2022 17:00 Australia/Sydney Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022

As of May 17, 2022, 98% of the PROGRAMME has been uploaded and will be finalised in a few more days. Here is the status for each stream:


Click here to checkout out the 2019 program


Join us this June in Sydney to hear an amazing line-up of speakers immersed in the world of digital dentistry from both the clinic and the laboratory.

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022 will again focus on connecting you with the expert knowledge you need to succeed in the digital world with presentations on solutions in everything from restorative dentistry and implantology to orthodontics, digital dentures and more, covering everything from intraoral scanning and 3D imaging, the latest in software, clinical diagnostics and chairside solutions, to the laboratory with 3D printing, milling, software and more.

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022 will again be presented by local and international experts who everyday work in the clinic and lab using the cutting edge solutions in the digital world to provide optimal solutions and optimal patient care.

The programme covers all aspects of digital dentistry including intraoral scanning, 3D printing, milling, CBCT, CAD/CAM, software and more, focussing on restorative dentistry, implantology, orthodontics and practically every element of clinical dentistry and laboratory work.

Please join us again in 2022 to connect with colleagues and hear the latest solutions in the realm of digital dentistry.


We are updating the programme below constantly, so please stay tuned for more updates in coming weeks as we add all the details of the sessions and speakers.


NB: The times and dates listed for various sessions as well as the stream the session will appear in WILL CHANGE. The programme will be finalised closer to the event to allow you to select your session choices.

Sydney, AUSTRALIA

TOTAL CPD AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT: 12 HOURS

12 CPD HOURS

The intended audience for this event includes:

As of May 17, 2022, 98% of the PROGRAMME has been uploaded and will be finalised in a few more days. Here is the status for each stream:


Click here to checkout out the 2019 program


Join us this June in Sydney to hear an amazing line-up of speakers immersed in the world of digital dentistry from both the clinic and the laboratory.

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022 will again focus on connecting you with the expert knowledge you need to succeed in the digital world with presentations on solutions in everything from restorative dentistry and implantology to orthodontics, digital dentures and more, covering everything from intraoral scanning and 3D imaging, the latest in software, clinical diagnostics and chairside solutions, to the laboratory with 3D printing, milling, software and more.

Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022 will again be presented by local and international experts who everyday work in the clinic and lab using the cutting edge solutions in the digital world to provide optimal solutions and optimal patient care.

The programme covers all aspects of digital dentistry including intraoral scanning, 3D printing, milling, CBCT, CAD/CAM, software and more, focussing on restorative dentistry, implantology, orthodontics and practically every element of clinical dentistry and laboratory work.

Please join us again in 2022 to connect with colleagues and hear the latest solutions in the realm of digital dentistry.


We are updating the programme below constantly, so please stay tuned for more updates in coming weeks as we add all the details of the sessions and speakers.


NB: The times and dates listed for various sessions as well as the stream the session will appear in WILL CHANGE. The programme will be finalised closer to the event to allow you to select your session choices.

Sponsors:

A discounted accommodation rate is available for Digital Dentistry & Dental Technology 2022. In order to take advantage of the discounted rate, please contact the hotel directly on (02) 9556-5111 and quote ADP030622. Rates and room types are subject to availability at the time of booking. You will need to provide a credit card upon booking.

The rates are:

  • Standard Residential View Room - $269.00 per room per night
  • Superior Botany Bayview Room - $299.00 per room per night
  • Superior Botany Bayview Suite - $329.00 per room per night

Rates are inclusive of one buffet breakfast in Baygarden Restaurant. Additional breakfasts will be charged on consumption with a discounted rate of $25.00 per person per day.

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9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Digital Dentistry and Dynamic Occlusion

Do we use our intraoral scanners to their full capability? How can IOS assist in improved occlusal information in both diagnostic dentistry and delivery of restorations? Which systems offer functional visibility and what is 4D dentistry?

Digital dentistry is rapidly moving to full functional analysis in ways that we have never seen before. Dr Andrea Shepperson will share simple concepts of dynamic occlusion and tips for using your intraoral scanner to improve decision making, patient communication and visibility, gaining improvements in case acceptance and clinical outcomes.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 2

Facially driven immediate implant rehabilitation: Analog and digital workflows

The workflows involved in immediate implant rehabilitation require optimal proficiency in key elements of reconstructive dentistry, namely digital smile design, surgical planning and prosthetic protocols (both analogue and digital).The ability to deliver the perfect prosthetic solution starts with digitalising the patient, allowing the facilitation of digital smile design. Digital dentistry has made the planning process not only predictable but incredibly accurate, thus making the surgical process a seamless integration. This lecture will cover a step by step from the initial planning to the delivery of the immediate prosthesis, concluding with the complete digital workflow of the Zirconia hybrid upgrade.

Learning objectives:

  • The importance of digitising the patient for complex treatment and digital smile design.
  • Facially driven prosthetics guiding surgical planning.
  • Fixed prosthetic options and the varying protocols.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 • Session 3

Advanced Digital workflow for implant and fixed Prosthodontics - from planning to delivery

Join Dr Anthony Mak in this fast paced but information packed presentation where he will show how digital technologies and workflows have simplified and streamlined the provision of advanced implant and fixed prosthodontics.

This clinically relevant lecture will present and evaluate concepts and accuracy of digital workflows, from the planning to the delivery of the prosthetics. Join us for this program that will challenge the conventional thinking that analogue workflows remain the most accurate and predictable manner in the planning and delivery of advanced or complicated dental treatments.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 4

Jurassic Pros: Taking on the digital era

What if your current treatment approach already works? What if you are scared that taking on something new will reduce your already excellent, predictable quality? These are the questions all clinicians wrestle with before incorporating a digital workflow into their practice. This lecture will look at the current capabilities of digital dentistry and the varying degrees with which it can be incorporated into our practice - from completely replacing impression materials to augmenting a conventional approach.

17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Digital Dentistry and Dynamic Occlusion

  • Lecture

Do we use our intraoral scanners to their full capability? How can IOS assist in improved occlusal information in both diagnostic dentistry and delivery of restorations? Which systems offer functional visibility and what is 4D dentistry?

Digital dentistry is rapidly moving to full functional analysis in ways that we have never seen before. Dr Andrea Shepperson will share simple concepts of dynamic occlusion and tips for using your intraoral scanner to improve decision making, patient communication and visibility, gaining improvements in case acceptance and clinical outcomes.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 2

Facially driven immediate implant rehabilitation: Analog and digital workflows

  • Lecture

The workflows involved in immediate implant rehabilitation require optimal proficiency in key elements of reconstructive dentistry, namely digital smile design, surgical planning and prosthetic protocols (both analogue and digital).The ability to deliver the perfect prosthetic solution starts with digitalising the patient, allowing the facilitation of digital smile design. Digital dentistry has made the planning process not only predictable but incredibly accurate, thus making the surgical process a seamless integration. This lecture will cover a step by step from the initial planning to the delivery of the immediate prosthesis, concluding with the complete digital workflow of the Zirconia hybrid upgrade.

Learning objectives:

  • The importance of digitising the patient for complex treatment and digital smile design.
  • Facially driven prosthetics guiding surgical planning.
  • Fixed prosthetic options and the varying protocols.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 • Session 3

Advanced Digital workflow for implant and fixed Prosthodontics - from planning to delivery

  • Lecture

Join Dr Anthony Mak in this fast paced but information packed presentation where he will show how digital technologies and workflows have simplified and streamlined the provision of advanced implant and fixed prosthodontics.

This clinically relevant lecture will present and evaluate concepts and accuracy of digital workflows, from the planning to the delivery of the prosthetics. Join us for this program that will challenge the conventional thinking that analogue workflows remain the most accurate and predictable manner in the planning and delivery of advanced or complicated dental treatments.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 4

Jurassic Pros: Taking on the digital era

  • Lecture

What if your current treatment approach already works? What if you are scared that taking on something new will reduce your already excellent, predictable quality? These are the questions all clinicians wrestle with before incorporating a digital workflow into their practice. This lecture will look at the current capabilities of digital dentistry and the varying degrees with which it can be incorporated into our practice - from completely replacing impression materials to augmenting a conventional approach.

17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Intraoral Scanner Review - Everything You Need to Know Before Investing

The intraoral scanner market has exploded in the past five years, with many new scanners entering the market. The question now is, how do you decide which one will be the right fit for your practice?

Dr Ahmad from the Institute of Digital Dentistry in New Zealand will review the entire intraoral scanner market. In this lecture, you will understand the pros and cons of each mainstream scanner available and the key aspects you should consider when deciding to invest in a scanner. You will learn that each scanner fits a particular niche - info you will not get from a sales rep!

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 2

The truth about digital setup for orthodontics

Digital setups are an essential tool in orthodontic diagnosis and planning of treatment whether it be fixed appliance therapy or aligner treatment. However, these setups can be described in many cases as “cartoonadontics”. We need to understand what can be achieved orthodontically and then how to design the correct force system to achieve our goal of therapy.

As a result of attending this dynamic presentation, you will understand:

  • What is achievable and what is just a pretty picture;
  • The most common mistakes in laboratory aligner setups and avoid them for your patients; and
  • More fully which aligner cases are low lying fruit and which you should avoid.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 3

Stuff it - I'll just 3D print it!

Dr Andrew Ip provides a brief introduction to 3D printing in dentistry, printer options and considerations to get you started, including an overview on what can be 3D printed in dentistry; What types of printers are available and approved in the Australian market; Why software is important and what role it plays in the workflow; and the general workflow of resin 3D-printing.

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 4

Implementing Clear Aligners and Innovative Technologies

This presentation will describe the digital workflow for orthodontic treatment using clear aligners and review the possibilities of "in-clinic" aligner manufacturing utilising the most recent technologies available. Case selection, workflows, efficiencies and predictable outcomes using digital platforms will be discussed.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 5

Integrating intraoral scanning with additive and subtractive manufacturing technologies for removable prosthodontics

Intraoral scanning for removable prosthodontics is now a reality. Decision making on manufacturing methods and workflows for this data acquisition method is vital to establishing a successful workflow. In this presentation several case presentations integrating the laboratory procedures will be presented. A novel scanning technique to integrate intra oral scans and conventional impression materials will also be shown.

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Intraoral Scanner Review - Everything You Need to Know Before Investing

  • Lecture

The intraoral scanner market has exploded in the past five years, with many new scanners entering the market. The question now is, how do you decide which one will be the right fit for your practice?

Dr Ahmad from the Institute of Digital Dentistry in New Zealand will review the entire intraoral scanner market. In this lecture, you will understand the pros and cons of each mainstream scanner available and the key aspects you should consider when deciding to invest in a scanner. You will learn that each scanner fits a particular niche - info you will not get from a sales rep!

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 12.30 • Session 2

The truth about digital setup for orthodontics

  • Lecture

Digital setups are an essential tool in orthodontic diagnosis and planning of treatment whether it be fixed appliance therapy or aligner treatment. However, these setups can be described in many cases as “cartoonadontics”. We need to understand what can be achieved orthodontically and then how to design the correct force system to achieve our goal of therapy.

As a result of attending this dynamic presentation, you will understand:

  • What is achievable and what is just a pretty picture;
  • The most common mistakes in laboratory aligner setups and avoid them for your patients; and
  • More fully which aligner cases are low lying fruit and which you should avoid.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 3

Stuff it - I'll just 3D print it!

  • Lecture

Dr Andrew Ip provides a brief introduction to 3D printing in dentistry, printer options and considerations to get you started, including an overview on what can be 3D printed in dentistry; What types of printers are available and approved in the Australian market; Why software is important and what role it plays in the workflow; and the general workflow of resin 3D-printing.

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 4

Implementing Clear Aligners and Innovative Technologies

  • Lecture

This presentation will describe the digital workflow for orthodontic treatment using clear aligners and review the possibilities of "in-clinic" aligner manufacturing utilising the most recent technologies available. Case selection, workflows, efficiencies and predictable outcomes using digital platforms will be discussed.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 5

Integrating intraoral scanning with additive and subtractive manufacturing technologies for removable prosthodontics

  • Lecture

Intraoral scanning for removable prosthodontics is now a reality. Decision making on manufacturing methods and workflows for this data acquisition method is vital to establishing a successful workflow. In this presentation several case presentations integrating the laboratory procedures will be presented. A novel scanning technique to integrate intra oral scans and conventional impression materials will also be shown.

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

The digital workflow: Aesthetics combined with functionality

Dental technology is becoming more and more digital: the virtual designing and software-aided planning of dental prosthesis has become a key factor in modern dentistry and dental technology. These new technologies have the capacity to result in greater accuracy, speed and efficiencies leading to improvement in patient care.

In his lecture, dental technician and expert in CAD/CAM systems Pascal Kropp, will provide an insight into the latest state-of-the-art Zirkonzahn devices and approaches for a smooth, individual workflow, from digital patient analysis to the final restoration.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

New frontiers in 3D Printing Materials

Popular culture tells us that we can 3D print anything, so how do you print a zirconia crown, a titanium implant, or an invisible orthodontic aligner from the comfort of your clinic chair? This presentation will discuss the properties of 3D printing materials, their requirements, capabilities, limitations and new technologies which impact future applications in digital dentistry.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

Print or mill: What is the future of zirconia?

3D printing has been utilised in the dental industry for many years now, however, recent research and development has created better quality materials and faster and less expensive printers that produce cost effective, quality results. The latest developments in printing are now challenging already established digital processes, like milling. Do we keep milling Zirconia or do we go next-level and 3D print zirconia crowns? This session will cover where we're at now and where we're heading to in the future.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

I Crossed the Digital Line

This presentation will describe the digital denture workflow with a focus on advanced intraoral scanning techniques for removable and implant retained prosthetics.

Topics at a glance include:

  • Tips and tricks on how to scan the most challenging cases;
  • Fully edentulous digital workflow - where to start;
  • Scan protocols for fully edentulous cases including a denture reference scan technique;
  • Horizontal scanning protocols and validation technique for full arch implant retained cases; and
  • New technologies.

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 1

The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6

The Complete Sprintray 3D Printing & Cloud Design Service

This presentation introduces the World's fastest Dental 3D printing EcoSystem comprising:

  • Sprintray Printers - A discussion of the whole range of 3D printers Sprintray offers and introduces the New S-Line range.
  • ProWash & Dry - A Dual, fully automated wash system with drying allowing your staff to handle the messy cleaning process with the click of a button.
  • ProCure & ProCure 2 - The launch of the new ProCure 2 has changed the way you can deliver your treatment plans. You can now cure models in 54 seconds and Splints in less than 3 Minutes.
  • Sprintray Cloud & New instant Splint AI - From scan to patient insert in less than 59 minutes, the new Cloud service brings designing to you without the outlay of expensive software. The Splint AI delivers your customised splint to you in 2 minutes ready for 3D printing on your Sprintray.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7

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FORUM: The future of 3D printing

This 45-minute forum will discuss the future of 3D printing and what to expect. Questions from the audience will be discussed by the panel which includes:

  • Justin Elsey, founder of ASIGA
  • Terry Whitty, DT, technical editor of eLABORATE, digital lab owner and KOL
  • Andrew Cameron, DT/DP and additive manufacturing researcher at Griffith University
  • TBA

17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

The digital workflow: Aesthetics combined with functionality

  • Lecture

Dental technology is becoming more and more digital: the virtual designing and software-aided planning of dental prosthesis has become a key factor in modern dentistry and dental technology. These new technologies have the capacity to result in greater accuracy, speed and efficiencies leading to improvement in patient care.

In his lecture, dental technician and expert in CAD/CAM systems Pascal Kropp, will provide an insight into the latest state-of-the-art Zirkonzahn devices and approaches for a smooth, individual workflow, from digital patient analysis to the final restoration.

10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

New frontiers in 3D Printing Materials

  • Lecture

Popular culture tells us that we can 3D print anything, so how do you print a zirconia crown, a titanium implant, or an invisible orthodontic aligner from the comfort of your clinic chair? This presentation will discuss the properties of 3D printing materials, their requirements, capabilities, limitations and new technologies which impact future applications in digital dentistry.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

Print or mill: What is the future of zirconia?

  • Lecture

3D printing has been utilised in the dental industry for many years now, however, recent research and development has created better quality materials and faster and less expensive printers that produce cost effective, quality results. The latest developments in printing are now challenging already established digital processes, like milling. Do we keep milling Zirconia or do we go next-level and 3D print zirconia crowns? This session will cover where we're at now and where we're heading to in the future.

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

I Crossed the Digital Line

  • Lecture

This presentation will describe the digital denture workflow with a focus on advanced intraoral scanning techniques for removable and implant retained prosthetics.

Topics at a glance include:

  • Tips and tricks on how to scan the most challenging cases;
  • Fully edentulous digital workflow - where to start;
  • Scan protocols for fully edentulous cases including a denture reference scan technique;
  • Horizontal scanning protocols and validation technique for full arch implant retained cases; and
  • New technologies.

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 1

  • Lecture

The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6

The Complete Sprintray 3D Printing & Cloud Design Service

  • Lecture

This presentation introduces the World's fastest Dental 3D printing EcoSystem comprising:

  • Sprintray Printers - A discussion of the whole range of 3D printers Sprintray offers and introduces the New S-Line range.
  • ProWash & Dry - A Dual, fully automated wash system with drying allowing your staff to handle the messy cleaning process with the click of a button.
  • ProCure & ProCure 2 - The launch of the new ProCure 2 has changed the way you can deliver your treatment plans. You can now cure models in 54 seconds and Splints in less than 3 Minutes.
  • Sprintray Cloud & New instant Splint AI - From scan to patient insert in less than 59 minutes, the new Cloud service brings designing to you without the outlay of expensive software. The Splint AI delivers your customised splint to you in 2 minutes ready for 3D printing on your Sprintray.

16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7

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FORUM: The future of 3D printing

  • Roundtable Discussion

This 45-minute forum will discuss the future of 3D printing and what to expect. Questions from the audience will be discussed by the panel which includes:

  • Justin Elsey, founder of ASIGA
  • Terry Whitty, DT, technical editor of eLABORATE, digital lab owner and KOL
  • Andrew Cameron, DT/DP and additive manufacturing researcher at Griffith University
  • TBA

17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Monolithic solutions and zirconium oxide

Digitalisation is changing the dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques and sound know-how.

Do you fashion the majority of your crowns with zirconium oxide? Do you have high expectations for the materials you use and the restorations you create? Are you constantly looking for new ways to achieve impressive natural-looking results with ease?

If that is the case, discover the latest generation zirconia IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime Esthetic. Easy – economical – lifelike: It takes only a few steps to produce aesthetic monolithic restorations.

This session will cover Monolithic Solutions and creating effective workflows for streamlined processeses, increased productivity and more predictable aesthetics in your daily routine in practice and the dental lab.

Key Elements for Success with IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime and Prime Esthetic will be discussed including:

  • The Digital Design
  • Nesting - the opportunity to adjust the optical result and strength
  • White stage processing
  • The sintering process - Speed or Standard?
  • Finishing - stain, glaze or polish?
  • Special tips for the staining technique

10.00 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 2

The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

Digital Shade Taking made easy with the Vita Easyshade V

One of the most challenging things we do in our industry is to communicate and match shade. Emad will discuss what influences and impacts our different interpretations of shade and colour and will demonstrate how the Vita Easyshade V resolves this challenge and enables a better communication of shade and therefore resulting in a better shade match for the patient

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

Challenge and Response of Dental Milling Machines

This session will investigate:

  • Methods and limitations of past dental milling technologies;
  • Current trends and technology – surging needs for custom abutments, clinical importance of labial 90 degrees milling;
  • ‘Challenge and Response’ with DOF’s latest technologies and advantages (One-step milling by reverse custom abutment milling, glass ceramic block milling technology, multi coordinates system, FREEDOM scanner with SSS technology);
  • Difference in results of milling according to CAM program proficiency;
  • What kinds of technical support has been provided? Technical issues presentation; and
  • Digital dentistry and its future (Disk changer, IOS, chairside machines, etc);

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

What’s new in 3Shape Dental System 2022?

Join us for the latest and greatest in the 3Shape Lab space. We will run through the newest features of the latest Dental System update including new and added features in crown & bridge, implants and digital dentures.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 6

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FORUM: The here and now of Digital Dentures

The meaning of the term Digital Dentures continues to evolve. In this interactive forum, four dental prosthetists heavily invested in digital solutions discuss the here and now and the future trends for digital denture production. Questions from the audience will be discussed by the panel which includes:

  • David Smith, Dental Prosthetist
  • Sam Dias, Dental Prosthetist
  • TBA
  • TBA

9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

Monolithic solutions and zirconium oxide

  • Lecture

Digitalisation is changing the dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques and sound know-how.

Do you fashion the majority of your crowns with zirconium oxide? Do you have high expectations for the materials you use and the restorations you create? Are you constantly looking for new ways to achieve impressive natural-looking results with ease?

If that is the case, discover the latest generation zirconia IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime Esthetic. Easy – economical – lifelike: It takes only a few steps to produce aesthetic monolithic restorations.

This session will cover Monolithic Solutions and creating effective workflows for streamlined processeses, increased productivity and more predictable aesthetics in your daily routine in practice and the dental lab.

Key Elements for Success with IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime and Prime Esthetic will be discussed including:

  • The Digital Design
  • Nesting - the opportunity to adjust the optical result and strength
  • White stage processing
  • The sintering process - Speed or Standard?
  • Finishing - stain, glaze or polish?
  • Special tips for the staining technique

10.00 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 2

  • Lecture

The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

Digital Shade Taking made easy with the Vita Easyshade V

  • Lecture

One of the most challenging things we do in our industry is to communicate and match shade. Emad will discuss what influences and impacts our different interpretations of shade and colour and will demonstrate how the Vita Easyshade V resolves this challenge and enables a better communication of shade and therefore resulting in a better shade match for the patient

12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

Challenge and Response of Dental Milling Machines

  • Lecture

This session will investigate:

  • Methods and limitations of past dental milling technologies;
  • Current trends and technology – surging needs for custom abutments, clinical importance of labial 90 degrees milling;
  • ‘Challenge and Response’ with DOF’s latest technologies and advantages (One-step milling by reverse custom abutment milling, glass ceramic block milling technology, multi coordinates system, FREEDOM scanner with SSS technology);
  • Difference in results of milling according to CAM program proficiency;
  • What kinds of technical support has been provided? Technical issues presentation; and
  • Digital dentistry and its future (Disk changer, IOS, chairside machines, etc);

14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

What’s new in 3Shape Dental System 2022?

  • Lecture

Join us for the latest and greatest in the 3Shape Lab space. We will run through the newest features of the latest Dental System update including new and added features in crown & bridge, implants and digital dentures.

15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

15.30 - 17.00 • Session 6

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FORUM: The here and now of Digital Dentures

  • Roundtable Discussion

The meaning of the term Digital Dentures continues to evolve. In this interactive forum, four dental prosthetists heavily invested in digital solutions discuss the here and now and the future trends for digital denture production. Questions from the audience will be discussed by the panel which includes:

  • David Smith, Dental Prosthetist
  • Sam Dias, Dental Prosthetist
  • TBA
  • TBA

9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Sirius Room 1

Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 1

Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

  • Ivoclar VivaScan
  • CEREC Primescan
  • 3Shape TRIOS
  • DEXIS CS 3600
  • DEXIS CS 3700
  • DEXIS CS 3800
  • Medit i700
  • Shining 3D AOralScan3
  • Planmeca Emerald
  • and more...

    9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Sirius Room 1

    Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 2

    Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

    During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

    In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

    • Ivoclar VivaScan
    • CEREC Primescan
    • 3Shape TRIOS
    • DEXIS CS 3600
    • DEXIS CS 3700
    • DEXIS CS 3800
    • Medit i700
    • Shining 3D AOralScan3
    • Planmeca Emerald
    • and more...

      10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

      11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Sirius Room 1

      Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 3

      Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

      During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

      In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

      • Ivoclar VivaScan
      • CEREC Primescan
      • 3Shape TRIOS
      • DEXIS CS 3600
      • DEXIS CS 3700
      • DEXIS CS 3800
      • Medit i700
      • Shining 3D AOralScan3
      • Planmeca Emerald
      • and more...

        11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Sirius Room 1

        Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 4

        Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

        During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

        In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

        • Ivoclar VivaScan
        • CEREC Primescan
        • 3Shape TRIOS
        • DEXIS CS 3600
        • DEXIS CS 3700
        • DEXIS CS 3800
        • Medit i700
        • Shining 3D AOralScan3
        • Planmeca Emerald
        • and more...

          12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

          13.30 - 14.10 • Session 5

          Characterising and finishing chairside crowns for predictable results

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          In this workshop, Master ceramist Max Zuppardi will present a hands-on demonstration focussing on how to characterise and finish crowns milled chairside for predictable results. The session will include:

          • When to use Felspar, Hybrid or Glass blocks depending on the indication
          • Stain and Glaze technique for predictable results including a demonstration
          • How to polish in order to achieve the best results
          • Tips and tricks when polishing
          • How to achieve accurate shades in relation to your shade guide
          • Achieving the best results using VITA Akzent Plus Stain and Glaze

          The session will include a hands-on demo of:

          • Stain and glaze technique
          • Polishing Technique

          14.20 - 15.00 • Session 6

          Characterising and finishing chairside crowns for predictable results

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          In this workshop, Master ceramist Max Zuppardi will present a hands-on demonstration focussing on how to characterise and finish crowns milled chairside for predictable results. The session will include:

          • When to use Felspar, Hybrid or Glass blocks depending on the indication
          • Stain and Glaze technique for predictable results including a demonstration
          • How to polish in order to achieve the best results
          • Tips and tricks when polishing
          • How to achieve accurate shades in relation to your shade guide
          • Achieving the best results using VITA Akzent Plus Stain and Glaze

          The session will include a hands-on demo of:

          • Stain and glaze technique
          • Polishing Technique

          15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

          15.30 - 16.10 • Session 7

          The art of staining e.max CAD

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The overall success and aesthetic results of a CAD/CAM restoration depends on the mechanical and optical characteristics of available CAD/CAM materials. It also depends on utilising suitable characterisation techniques to optimise results, which will be covered during the workshop.

          • Mechanical & optical characteristics of translucent Lithium Discilicate materials
          • Selection of materials correlated to case situation
          • The art of staining and layering to create highly aesthetic restorations

          Learning Objectives

          • Create a highly aesthetic restoration
          • Surface finishing techniques
          • The art of staining and glazing restorations
          • Tips and tricks on how to get the best results from stain and glaze materials
          • Dealing with chroma and value

          16.20 - 17.00 • Session 8

          The art of staining Zircad MT Multi

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The overall success and aesthetic results of a CAD/CAM restoration depends on the mechanical and optical characteristics of available CAD/CAM materials. It also depends on utilising suitable characterisation techniques to optimise results, which will be covered during the workshop.

          • Mechanical & optical characteristics of multi-layered materials
          • Selection of materials correlated to the case situation
          • The art of staining and layering to create highly aesthetic restorations

          Learning Objectives

          • Create a highly aesthetic restoration
          • Surface finishing techniques
          • The art of staining and glazing Multi Layered Zirconia restorations
          • Tips and tricks on how to get the best results from stain and glaze materials
          • Dealing with chroma and value

          17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

          9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Sirius Room 1

          Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 1

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

          During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

          In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

          • Ivoclar VivaScan
          • CEREC Primescan
          • 3Shape TRIOS
          • DEXIS CS 3600
          • DEXIS CS 3700
          • DEXIS CS 3800
          • Medit i700
          • Shining 3D AOralScan3
          • Planmeca Emerald
          • and more...

          9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Sirius Room 1

          Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 2

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

          During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

          In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

          • Ivoclar VivaScan
          • CEREC Primescan
          • 3Shape TRIOS
          • DEXIS CS 3600
          • DEXIS CS 3700
          • DEXIS CS 3800
          • Medit i700
          • Shining 3D AOralScan3
          • Planmeca Emerald
          • and more...

          10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

          11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Sirius Room 1

          Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 3

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

          During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

          In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

          • Ivoclar VivaScan
          • CEREC Primescan
          • 3Shape TRIOS
          • DEXIS CS 3600
          • DEXIS CS 3700
          • DEXIS CS 3800
          • Medit i700
          • Shining 3D AOralScan3
          • Planmeca Emerald
          • and more...

          11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Sirius Room 1

          Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 4

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

          During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

          In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

          • Ivoclar VivaScan
          • CEREC Primescan
          • 3Shape TRIOS
          • DEXIS CS 3600
          • DEXIS CS 3700
          • DEXIS CS 3800
          • Medit i700
          • Shining 3D AOralScan3
          • Planmeca Emerald
          • and more...

          12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

          13.30 - 14.10 • Session 5

          Characterising and finishing chairside crowns for predictable results

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          In this workshop, Master ceramist Max Zuppardi will present a hands-on demonstration focussing on how to characterise and finish crowns milled chairside for predictable results. The session will include:

          • When to use Felspar, Hybrid or Glass blocks depending on the indication
          • Stain and Glaze technique for predictable results including a demonstration
          • How to polish in order to achieve the best results
          • Tips and tricks when polishing
          • How to achieve accurate shades in relation to your shade guide
          • Achieving the best results using VITA Akzent Plus Stain and Glaze

          The session will include a hands-on demo of:

          • Stain and glaze technique
          • Polishing Technique

          14.20 - 15.00 • Session 6

          Characterising and finishing chairside crowns for predictable results

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 20 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          In this workshop, Master ceramist Max Zuppardi will present a hands-on demonstration focussing on how to characterise and finish crowns milled chairside for predictable results. The session will include:

          • When to use Felspar, Hybrid or Glass blocks depending on the indication
          • Stain and Glaze technique for predictable results including a demonstration
          • How to polish in order to achieve the best results
          • Tips and tricks when polishing
          • How to achieve accurate shades in relation to your shade guide
          • Achieving the best results using VITA Akzent Plus Stain and Glaze

          The session will include a hands-on demo of:

          • Stain and glaze technique
          • Polishing Technique

          15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

          15.30 - 16.10 • Session 7

          The art of staining e.max CAD

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 12 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The overall success and aesthetic results of a CAD/CAM restoration depends on the mechanical and optical characteristics of available CAD/CAM materials. It also depends on utilising suitable characterisation techniques to optimise results, which will be covered during the workshop.

          • Mechanical & optical characteristics of translucent Lithium Discilicate materials
          • Selection of materials correlated to case situation
          • The art of staining and layering to create highly aesthetic restorations

          Learning Objectives

          • Create a highly aesthetic restoration
          • Surface finishing techniques
          • The art of staining and glazing restorations
          • Tips and tricks on how to get the best results from stain and glaze materials
          • Dealing with chroma and value

          16.20 - 17.00 • Session 8

          The art of staining Zircad MT Multi

          • Hands-on Workshop
          • ONLY 12 Places

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The overall success and aesthetic results of a CAD/CAM restoration depends on the mechanical and optical characteristics of available CAD/CAM materials. It also depends on utilising suitable characterisation techniques to optimise results, which will be covered during the workshop.

          • Mechanical & optical characteristics of multi-layered materials
          • Selection of materials correlated to the case situation
          • The art of staining and layering to create highly aesthetic restorations

          Learning Objectives

          • Create a highly aesthetic restoration
          • Surface finishing techniques
          • The art of staining and glazing Multi Layered Zirconia restorations
          • Tips and tricks on how to get the best results from stain and glaze materials
          • Dealing with chroma and value

          17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

          9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Sirius Room 1

          3Shape Software Hands-on Session

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The connect of this session is yet to be confirmed.

          9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Sirius Room 1

          3Shape Software Hands-on Session

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          The connect of this session is yet to be confirmed.

          10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

          11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Sirius Room 1

          Staining and glazing milled restorations

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          Bring your milled restorations to life by a simple characterization approach. Learn how to paint and glaze to make milled crowns look vital and match to aged and unique dentition.

          We will provide demonstrations on GC Lustre Pastes ONE. Lustre paste ONE are specially developed to give your milled restorations a natural fluorescent appearance.

          GC Lustre paste ONE can be placed on any ceramic with its versatile CTE, our demonstrator Jay can guide you through this simple procedure.

          11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Sirius Room 1

          Staining and glazing milled restorations

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

          Bring your milled restorations to life by a simple characterization approach. Learn how to paint and glaze to make milled crowns look vital and match to aged and unique dentition.

          We will provide demonstrations on GC Lustre Pastes ONE. Lustre paste ONE are specially developed to give your milled restorations a natural fluorescent appearance.

          GC Lustre paste ONE can be placed on any ceramic with its versatile CTE, our demonstrator Jay can guide you through this simple procedure.

          12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

          13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Sirius Room 1

          Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 5

          Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

          During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

          In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

          • Ivoclar VivaScan
          • CEREC Primescan
          • 3Shape TRIOS
          • DEXIS CS 3600
          • DEXIS CS 3700
          • DEXIS CS 3800
          • Medit i700
          • Shining 3D AOralScan3
          • Planmeca Emerald
          • and more...

            14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Sirius Room 1

            Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 6

            Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

            During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

            In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

            • Ivoclar VivaScan
            • CEREC Primescan
            • 3Shape TRIOS
            • DEXIS CS 3600
            • DEXIS CS 3700
            • DEXIS CS 3800
            • Medit i700
            • Shining 3D AOralScan3
            • Planmeca Emerald
            • and more...

              15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

              15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Sirius Room 1

              Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 7

              Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

              During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

              In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

              • Ivoclar VivaScan
              • CEREC Primescan
              • 3Shape TRIOS
              • DEXIS CS 3600
              • DEXIS CS 3700
              • DEXIS CS 3800
              • Medit i700
              • Shining 3D AOralScan3
              • Planmeca Emerald
              • and more...

                16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Sirius Room 1

                Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 8

                Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

                During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

                In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

                • Ivoclar VivaScan
                • CEREC Primescan
                • 3Shape TRIOS
                • DEXIS CS 3600
                • DEXIS CS 3700
                • DEXIS CS 3800
                • Medit i700
                • Shining 3D AOralScan3
                • Planmeca Emerald
                • and more...

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Sirius Room 1

                  3Shape Software Hands-on Session

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 10 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

                  The connect of this session is yet to be confirmed.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Sirius Room 1

                  3Shape Software Hands-on Session

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 10 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

                  The connect of this session is yet to be confirmed.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Sirius Room 1

                  Staining and glazing milled restorations

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 12 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

                  Bring your milled restorations to life by a simple characterization approach. Learn how to paint and glaze to make milled crowns look vital and match to aged and unique dentition.

                  We will provide demonstrations on GC Lustre Pastes ONE. Lustre paste ONE are specially developed to give your milled restorations a natural fluorescent appearance.

                  GC Lustre paste ONE can be placed on any ceramic with its versatile CTE, our demonstrator Jay can guide you through this simple procedure.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Sirius Room 1

                  Staining and glazing milled restorations

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 12 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for this workshop.

                  Bring your milled restorations to life by a simple characterization approach. Learn how to paint and glaze to make milled crowns look vital and match to aged and unique dentition.

                  We will provide demonstrations on GC Lustre Pastes ONE. Lustre paste ONE are specially developed to give your milled restorations a natural fluorescent appearance.

                  GC Lustre paste ONE can be placed on any ceramic with its versatile CTE, our demonstrator Jay can guide you through this simple procedure.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Sirius Room 1

                  Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 5

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 20 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

                  During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

                  In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

                  • Ivoclar VivaScan
                  • CEREC Primescan
                  • 3Shape TRIOS
                  • DEXIS CS 3600
                  • DEXIS CS 3700
                  • DEXIS CS 3800
                  • Medit i700
                  • Shining 3D AOralScan3
                  • Planmeca Emerald
                  • and more...

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Sirius Room 1

                  Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 6

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 20 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

                  During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

                  In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

                  • Ivoclar VivaScan
                  • CEREC Primescan
                  • 3Shape TRIOS
                  • DEXIS CS 3600
                  • DEXIS CS 3700
                  • DEXIS CS 3800
                  • Medit i700
                  • Shining 3D AOralScan3
                  • Planmeca Emerald
                  • and more...

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Sirius Room 1

                  Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 7

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 20 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

                  During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

                  In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

                  • Ivoclar VivaScan
                  • CEREC Primescan
                  • 3Shape TRIOS
                  • DEXIS CS 3600
                  • DEXIS CS 3700
                  • DEXIS CS 3800
                  • Medit i700
                  • Shining 3D AOralScan3
                  • Planmeca Emerald
                  • and more...

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Sirius Room 1

                  Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshop 8

                  • Hands-on Workshop
                  • ONLY 20 Places

                  Please visit the workshop registration desk to register for any of the Intraoral Scanner Test Drive Workshops.

                  During this interactive workshop, you'll get to try out all the latest intraoral scanners. Limited to 20 participants, you will be able to try scanning on patients, models and phantom heads to gain a better understanding of digital impression taking and the best scanning solution for your practice.

                  In conjunction with product specialists, you will get to try out:

                  • Ivoclar VivaScan
                  • CEREC Primescan
                  • 3Shape TRIOS
                  • DEXIS CS 3600
                  • DEXIS CS 3700
                  • DEXIS CS 3800
                  • Medit i700
                  • Shining 3D AOralScan3
                  • Planmeca Emerald
                  • and more...

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Micro layering: WHY & HOW - Handcraft start where technology ends

                  Digitalisation is changing dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques, working experience and technician skills.

                  Today Monolithic anterior and posterior restorations are more popular than ever. Advances in CAD/CAM and press technology and the development of new materials offer the possibility of producing predictably demanding dental restorations.

                  However, Monolithic restoration show limitations when producing individual high aesthetic anterior restorations.

                  Is it possible to achieve maximum aesthetic results with minimal effort in all-ceramic Monolithic restorations? Yes, Micro layering combines efficiency with aesthetics and cost-effectiveness and is the perfect synergy between the analogue & digital world in your daily practice.

                  Micro layering creates in a very small ceramic layer thickness of 0.3-0.8 mm a restoration with more brilliance, aesthetic and a natural depth effect with homogenous natural surface and Fluorescence.

                  If you want to know how easy it is to control the complexity of all-ceramics with micro-layering technique, then I would like to invite you to discover where technology ends and Handcraft starts.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Crown and Bridge Digital Workflow Secrets That Will Double Your Hourly Production

                  With digital dentistry, you can control every aspect of a case whether it's a single crown or a smile makeover. Same-day treatment for patients opens your scope of practice with more treatment planning options.

                  See how a more efficient and accurate workflow than conventional treatment methods, can help you double your hourly production.

                  Dr Al-Hassiny will present a range of cases that demonstrate how to apply CAD/CAM successfully in your practice. Whether you are interested in just a single crown or a full-mouth rehab, he will cover all the tips and tricks he uses in his practice to ensure success.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  The Best of Digital Dentistry

                  Experience the best in Digital Dentistry in 90 minutes. Following this presentation of real cases you will have a comprehensive overview how to complete crown, bridge and implant cases completely impression free, in record time and with precision results.

                  You will also see exclusive 3Shape TRIOS features including Smile Design and Patient Monitoring.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 15.00 • Session 4

                  Integrating intra oral scanning with additive and subtractive manufacturing technologies for removable prosthodontics

                  Intraoral scanning for removable prosthodontics is now a reality. Decision making on manufacturing methods and workflows for this data acquisition method is vital to establishing a successful workflow. In this presentation several case presentations integrating the laboratory procedures will be presented. A novel scanning technique to integrate intra oral scans and conventional impression materials will also be shown.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 5

                  Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 2

                  The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

                  Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

                  Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

                  In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  What’s new in 3Shape Dental System 2022?

                  Join us for the latest and greatest in the 3Shape Lab space. We will run through the newest features of the latest Dental System update including new and added features in crown & bridge, implants and digital dentures.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Micro layering: WHY & HOW - Handcraft start where technology ends

                  • Lecture

                  Digitalisation is changing dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques, working experience and technician skills.

                  Today Monolithic anterior and posterior restorations are more popular than ever. Advances in CAD/CAM and press technology and the development of new materials offer the possibility of producing predictably demanding dental restorations.

                  However, Monolithic restoration show limitations when producing individual high aesthetic anterior restorations.

                  Is it possible to achieve maximum aesthetic results with minimal effort in all-ceramic Monolithic restorations? Yes, Micro layering combines efficiency with aesthetics and cost-effectiveness and is the perfect synergy between the analogue & digital world in your daily practice.

                  Micro layering creates in a very small ceramic layer thickness of 0.3-0.8 mm a restoration with more brilliance, aesthetic and a natural depth effect with homogenous natural surface and Fluorescence.

                  If you want to know how easy it is to control the complexity of all-ceramics with micro-layering technique, then I would like to invite you to discover where technology ends and Handcraft starts.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Crown and Bridge Digital Workflow Secrets That Will Double Your Hourly Production

                  • Lecture

                  With digital dentistry, you can control every aspect of a case whether it's a single crown or a smile makeover. Same-day treatment for patients opens your scope of practice with more treatment planning options.

                  See how a more efficient and accurate workflow than conventional treatment methods, can help you double your hourly production.

                  Dr Al-Hassiny will present a range of cases that demonstrate how to apply CAD/CAM successfully in your practice. Whether you are interested in just a single crown or a full-mouth rehab, he will cover all the tips and tricks he uses in his practice to ensure success.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  The Best of Digital Dentistry

                  • Lecture

                  Experience the best in Digital Dentistry in 90 minutes. Following this presentation of real cases you will have a comprehensive overview how to complete crown, bridge and implant cases completely impression free, in record time and with precision results.

                  You will also see exclusive 3Shape TRIOS features including Smile Design and Patient Monitoring.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 15.00 • Session 4

                  Integrating intra oral scanning with additive and subtractive manufacturing technologies for removable prosthodontics

                  • Lecture

                  Intraoral scanning for removable prosthodontics is now a reality. Decision making on manufacturing methods and workflows for this data acquisition method is vital to establishing a successful workflow. In this presentation several case presentations integrating the laboratory procedures will be presented. A novel scanning technique to integrate intra oral scans and conventional impression materials will also be shown.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 5

                  Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 2

                  • Lecture

                  The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

                  Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

                  Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

                  In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  What’s new in 3Shape Dental System 2022?

                  • Lecture

                  Join us for the latest and greatest in the 3Shape Lab space. We will run through the newest features of the latest Dental System update including new and added features in crown & bridge, implants and digital dentures.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Navigating 3Shape unite, The 3Shape app store and the 3Shape patient engagement apps

                  In this lecture, the new 3Shape Unite software will be shown, highlighting the improvements to the software and user interface. A demonstration of the 3Shape app store will be shown and we will discuss the future of a united platform for digital workflows. We will showcase the patient engagement apps and discuss the benefits to the patient, laboratories and clinicians.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 1

                  The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

                  Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

                  Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

                  In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  The Versatility of Composite Resin In Tooth Wear Cases

                  Composite resin is a conservative, aesthetic restorative material for use in tooth wear cases. Review the techniques for its use and evaluate its performance over time.

                  1. The injectable resin and heat pressed techniques in tooth wear cases.
                  2. Clinical performance of composite resin over a 10 year period - will it withstand functional forces when opening vertical dimension.
                  3. Using digital tools to measure the rate of wear in at risk patients.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 15.00 • Session 4

                  Material Selection and Advanced Scanning with TRIOS

                  Zirconia has revolutionised Dentistry. See what can be achieved with Zircad Prime and how to bond the most aesthetic, high strength zirconia available from Ivoclar Vivadent.

                  See how advanced scanning can be achieved with both full and partial dentures, combined with monolithic milling using Ivoclar Vivadent Ivotion disc for fully digital, removable prosthodontics.

                  Experience the seamless TRIOS Implant scanning workflow and case presentations including the All-in-1 Implant restored in 24 hours made possible with TRIOS and Zircad Prime.

                  Outcomes

                  1. The attendee will be exposed to the lasted scanning modules available for Trios
                  2. The attendee will learn what hardware is required to introduce scanning to their clinic
                  3. The attendee will gain insight into scan to lab workflow through presentation of a real case
                  4. The attendee will how all cases can be delivered with monolithic zirconia using Zircad Prime

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 5

                  Micro layering: WHY & HOW - Handcraft start where technology ends

                  Digitalisation is changing dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques, working experience and technician skills.

                  Today Monolithic anterior and posterior restorations are more popular than ever. Advances in CAD/CAM and press technology and the development of new materials offer the possibility of producing predictably demanding dental restorations.

                  However, Monolithic restoration show limitations when producing individual high aesthetic anterior restorations.

                  Is it possible to achieve maximum aesthetic results with minimal effort in all-ceramic Monolithic restorations? Yes, Micro layering combines efficiency with aesthetics and cost-effectiveness and is the perfect synergy between the analogue & digital world in your daily practice.

                  Micro layering creates in a very small ceramic layer thickness of 0.3-0.8 mm a restoration with more brilliance, aesthetic and a natural depth effect with homogenous natural surface and Fluorescence.

                  If you want to know how easy it is to control the complexity of all-ceramics with micro-layering technique, then I would like to invite you to discover where technology ends and Handcraft starts.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  Crown and Bridge Digital Workflow Secrets That Will Double Your Hourly Production

                  With digital dentistry, you can control every aspect of a case whether it's a single crown or a smile makeover. Same-day treatment for patients opens your scope of practice with more treatment planning options.

                  See how a more efficient and accurate workflow than conventional treatment methods, can help you double your hourly production.

                  Dr Al-Hassiny will present a range of cases that demonstrate how to apply CAD/CAM successfully in your practice. Whether you are interested in just a single crown or a full-mouth rehab, he will cover all the tips and tricks he uses in his practice to ensure success.

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Navigating 3Shape unite, The 3Shape app store and the 3Shape patient engagement apps

                  • Seminar

                  In this lecture, the new 3Shape Unite software will be shown, highlighting the improvements to the software and user interface. A demonstration of the 3Shape app store will be shown and we will discuss the future of a united platform for digital workflows. We will showcase the patient engagement apps and discuss the benefits to the patient, laboratories and clinicians.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Clinical Proficiency - The pathway to Digital Success - Part 1

                  • Lecture

                  The efficiency and benefits of CAD/CAM technology are fast gaining traction in prosthetic dentistry to produce functional, aesthetically pleasing restorations for our patients. Now, more than ever before, a thorough understanding from both clinicians and technicians is required to achieve the optimal results from this developing digital technology.

                  Ivoclar's Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) is unique in prosthetic dentistry as it not only provides high quality materials, equipment and technique for the production of functional restorations; but equally caters for the most important aspect of the treatment - clinical records.

                  Accurate recording of the remaining oral structures and clinically developing a 3D oral template from which all digital and technical decisions will be made, is paramount to successful outcomes.

                  In this two-part presentation, David will give an overview of the BPS system from an analogue and digital perspective, and the relationship the clinical records have to the digital process.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  The Versatility of Composite Resin In Tooth Wear Cases

                  • Lecture

                  Composite resin is a conservative, aesthetic restorative material for use in tooth wear cases. Review the techniques for its use and evaluate its performance over time.

                  1. The injectable resin and heat pressed techniques in tooth wear cases.
                  2. Clinical performance of composite resin over a 10 year period - will it withstand functional forces when opening vertical dimension.
                  3. Using digital tools to measure the rate of wear in at risk patients.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 15.00 • Session 4

                  Material Selection and Advanced Scanning with TRIOS

                  • Lecture

                  Zirconia has revolutionised Dentistry. See what can be achieved with Zircad Prime and how to bond the most aesthetic, high strength zirconia available from Ivoclar Vivadent.

                  See how advanced scanning can be achieved with both full and partial dentures, combined with monolithic milling using Ivoclar Vivadent Ivotion disc for fully digital, removable prosthodontics.

                  Experience the seamless TRIOS Implant scanning workflow and case presentations including the All-in-1 Implant restored in 24 hours made possible with TRIOS and Zircad Prime.

                  Outcomes

                  1. The attendee will be exposed to the lasted scanning modules available for Trios
                  2. The attendee will learn what hardware is required to introduce scanning to their clinic
                  3. The attendee will gain insight into scan to lab workflow through presentation of a real case
                  4. The attendee will how all cases can be delivered with monolithic zirconia using Zircad Prime

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 5

                  Micro layering: WHY & HOW - Handcraft start where technology ends

                  • Lecture

                  Digitalisation is changing dental technicians working methods and procedures in the laboratory. New production processes and materials require new techniques, working experience and technician skills.

                  Today Monolithic anterior and posterior restorations are more popular than ever. Advances in CAD/CAM and press technology and the development of new materials offer the possibility of producing predictably demanding dental restorations.

                  However, Monolithic restoration show limitations when producing individual high aesthetic anterior restorations.

                  Is it possible to achieve maximum aesthetic results with minimal effort in all-ceramic Monolithic restorations? Yes, Micro layering combines efficiency with aesthetics and cost-effectiveness and is the perfect synergy between the analogue & digital world in your daily practice.

                  Micro layering creates in a very small ceramic layer thickness of 0.3-0.8 mm a restoration with more brilliance, aesthetic and a natural depth effect with homogenous natural surface and Fluorescence.

                  If you want to know how easy it is to control the complexity of all-ceramics with micro-layering technique, then I would like to invite you to discover where technology ends and Handcraft starts.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  Crown and Bridge Digital Workflow Secrets That Will Double Your Hourly Production

                  • Lecture

                  With digital dentistry, you can control every aspect of a case whether it's a single crown or a smile makeover. Same-day treatment for patients opens your scope of practice with more treatment planning options.

                  See how a more efficient and accurate workflow than conventional treatment methods, can help you double your hourly production.

                  Dr Al-Hassiny will present a range of cases that demonstrate how to apply CAD/CAM successfully in your practice. Whether you are interested in just a single crown or a full-mouth rehab, he will cover all the tips and tricks he uses in his practice to ensure success.

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

                  Comparing conventional and digital workflow - Complete denture to fixed implant supported bridge

                  Brisbane-based specialist prosthodontist, Dr Sid Kothari, presents complete workflows for everything from dentures to fixed implant supported bridges in this session, comparing the conventional versus the digital approach for each. Dr Kothari's presentation will include:

                  • Diagnosis
                  • Smile design
                  • Provisional restorations
                  • Full arch crowns
                  • Crown lengthening
                  • Immediate complete dentures
                  • Partial dentures; and
                  • Implant surgery guides

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

                  The advantages of fully digital surgical and prosthetic workflows for optimal patient outcomes

                  Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach planning, communicating and treating patients with dental implant supported restorations. A restorative driven approach to the planning and surgical phases of implant dentistry is critical to ensure a predictable clinical outcome.

                  The use of 3D digital planning software and intraoral scanners now give us the tools required to incorporate a complete digital clinical workflow into our everyday practice whilst benefiting our patient’s experiences and outcomes.

                  This lecture will focus on digital dentistry and technologies available for optimal implant positioning, restoration design, patient communication and treatment acceptance.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  Dental records in the Digital Age

                  Since the commencement of digital CAD/CAM and digital radiography toward the end of the 20th century, Dental Records are now predominantly digital. What is the appropriate standard for dental records that are part of the digital records? How should they be maintained and presented to regulators and third parties? What are the issues that dentists need to be aware of in relation to the way they keep, release and provide and store records for their practice. And who is responsible - the owner or the dentist ? What comprises an ideal dental record and is it achievable?

                  In this presentation, health law barrister and registered dentist Brad Wright will discuss the relevant law and requirements and give examples of how modern digital records can best be created and managed with practical examples of what to do and what not to do.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

                  Sequential Aligners - GET CONTROL!

                  This session will provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of attachment design in sequential aligners. You will learn how to design and apply attachments using Dr Michael Ho’s dynamic analysis approach. This technique is both simple and effective. Dr Ho will share his own approach to move teeth and how to use the attachment using his attachment protocol. If you use sequential aligners this will improve your result! A comprehensive review of how to take control of the processing, planning and production of aligners in your own practice and improve your efficiency, precision and bottom line will be provided.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

                  Going Digital - which path is right for me?

                  Specialist prosthodontist, Dr Tom Giblin, will discuss the practical considerations for now and for the future for transitioning to a digital workflow in your practice. This session will provide an overall view of the complex and sometimes confusing world of digital dentistry. Dr Giblin will break down workflows and provide different pathways into this exciting field and how to grow and evolve, including a breakdown of different technologies, materials and methods and how they fit into your practice.

                  Dr Giblin will include references to pre-milled abutments, graphene polymers for milling using CAD/CAM, multi-layered zirconia and lithium disilicate.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  New strategies for changing times

                  Clinical dentistry is going digital, but ready or not, the broader dental landscape is also changing fast. Like it or not - these changes will change you. In this presentation, practice management guru, Dr Michael Sernik, will explain hard-core practical ideas that can increase your practice by several orders of magnitude and give you more business leverage and time flexibility.

                  Michael focuses on helping practices evolve to the future of digital dentistry and will explain the new trends in practice organisation and how expanded roles can be highly advantageous to early adopters. New technologies and expanded treatments are creating an explosion of new business opportunities. If you want to get ahead and have an unfair advantage, this will widen your horizons.

                  PS - This talk offers NO personal development advice or feel-good cliches.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1

                  Comparing conventional and digital workflow - Complete denture to fixed implant supported bridge

                  • Lecture

                  Brisbane-based specialist prosthodontist, Dr Sid Kothari, presents complete workflows for everything from dentures to fixed implant supported bridges in this session, comparing the conventional versus the digital approach for each. Dr Kothari's presentation will include:

                  • Diagnosis
                  • Smile design
                  • Provisional restorations
                  • Full arch crowns
                  • Crown lengthening
                  • Immediate complete dentures
                  • Partial dentures; and
                  • Implant surgery guides

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2

                  The advantages of fully digital surgical and prosthetic workflows for optimal patient outcomes

                  • Lecture

                  Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach planning, communicating and treating patients with dental implant supported restorations. A restorative driven approach to the planning and surgical phases of implant dentistry is critical to ensure a predictable clinical outcome.

                  The use of 3D digital planning software and intraoral scanners now give us the tools required to incorporate a complete digital clinical workflow into our everyday practice whilst benefiting our patient’s experiences and outcomes.

                  This lecture will focus on digital dentistry and technologies available for optimal implant positioning, restoration design, patient communication and treatment acceptance.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  Dental records in the Digital Age

                  • Lecture

                  Since the commencement of digital CAD/CAM and digital radiography toward the end of the 20th century, Dental Records are now predominantly digital. What is the appropriate standard for dental records that are part of the digital records? How should they be maintained and presented to regulators and third parties? What are the issues that dentists need to be aware of in relation to the way they keep, release and provide and store records for their practice. And who is responsible - the owner or the dentist ? What comprises an ideal dental record and is it achievable?

                  In this presentation, health law barrister and registered dentist Brad Wright will discuss the relevant law and requirements and give examples of how modern digital records can best be created and managed with practical examples of what to do and what not to do.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

                  Sequential Aligners - GET CONTROL!

                  • Lecture

                  This session will provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of attachment design in sequential aligners. You will learn how to design and apply attachments using Dr Michael Ho’s dynamic analysis approach. This technique is both simple and effective. Dr Ho will share his own approach to move teeth and how to use the attachment using his attachment protocol. If you use sequential aligners this will improve your result! A comprehensive review of how to take control of the processing, planning and production of aligners in your own practice and improve your efficiency, precision and bottom line will be provided.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

                  Going Digital - which path is right for me?

                  • Lecture

                  Specialist prosthodontist, Dr Tom Giblin, will discuss the practical considerations for now and for the future for transitioning to a digital workflow in your practice. This session will provide an overall view of the complex and sometimes confusing world of digital dentistry. Dr Giblin will break down workflows and provide different pathways into this exciting field and how to grow and evolve, including a breakdown of different technologies, materials and methods and how they fit into your practice.

                  Dr Giblin will include references to pre-milled abutments, graphene polymers for milling using CAD/CAM, multi-layered zirconia and lithium disilicate.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 17.00 • Session 6

                  New strategies for changing times

                  • Lecture

                  Clinical dentistry is going digital, but ready or not, the broader dental landscape is also changing fast. Like it or not - these changes will change you. In this presentation, practice management guru, Dr Michael Sernik, will explain hard-core practical ideas that can increase your practice by several orders of magnitude and give you more business leverage and time flexibility.

                  Michael focuses on helping practices evolve to the future of digital dentistry and will explain the new trends in practice organisation and how expanded roles can be highly advantageous to early adopters. New technologies and expanded treatments are creating an explosion of new business opportunities. If you want to get ahead and have an unfair advantage, this will widen your horizons.

                  PS - This talk offers NO personal development advice or feel-good cliches.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Implementing Clear Aligners and Innovative Technologies

                  This presentation will describe the digital workflow for orthodontic treatment using clear aligners and review the possibilities of "in-clinic" aligner manufacturing utilising the most recent technologies available. Case selection, workflows, efficiencies and predictable outcomes using digital platforms will be discussed.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Five essential steps to market digital dentistry at your practice

                  Having new technology is great, but if you don’t translate that into a message that your patients understand, your digital dentistry investment might end up as a complete waste of money.

                  Join Australia’s number one Google ranked Dental Marketer, Angus Pryor, to uncover the five essential steps to making digital dentistry a winner in your practice. You’ll discover:

                  • the two big ‘gotchas’ that will repel your patients from digital dentistry faster than bad coffee at a dinner party
                  • the one simple habit you must start now to kickstart your digital dentistry caseload
                  • the simple marketing tool that can generate a 4X return on your digital dentistry marketing
                  • the biggest mistake dentists make marketing digital dentistry
                  • the forgotten technique that has a better ROI than almost everything else … and it’s not what you think.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  New strategies for changing times

                  Clinical dentistry is going digital, but ready or not, the broader dental landscape is also changing fast. Like it or not - these changes will change you. In this presentation, practice management guru, Dr Michael Sernik, will explain hard-core practical ideas that can increase your practice by several orders of magnitude and give you more business leverage and time flexibility.

                  Michael focuses on helping practices evolve to the future of digital dentistry and will explain the new trends in practice organisation and how expanded roles can be highly advantageous to early adopters. New technologies and expanded treatments are creating an explosion of new business opportunities. If you want to get ahead and have an unfair advantage, this will widen your horizons.

                  PS - This talk offers NO personal development advice or feel-good cliches.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

                  How to Make More Money by Giving it Away

                  Do you ever worry your patient will think your hourly rate is too high? Have you ever discounted your fees as a result? If the answer is "sometimes", then let me explain the psychology behind offering payment plans and how they can boost your hourly rate and help the patient out at the same time.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

                  The advantages of fully digital surgical and prosthetic workflows for optimal patient outcomes

                  Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach planning, communicating and treating patients with dental implant supported restorations. A restorative driven approach to the planning and surgical phases of implant dentistry is critical to ensure a predictable clinical outcome.

                  The use of 3D digital planning software and intraoral scanners now give us the tools required to incorporate a complete digital clinical workflow into our everyday practice whilst benefiting our patient’s experiences and outcomes.

                  This lecture will focus on digital dentistry and technologies available for optimal implant positioning, restoration design, patient communication and treatment acceptance.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1

                  Implementing Clear Aligners and Innovative Technologies

                  • Lecture

                  This presentation will describe the digital workflow for orthodontic treatment using clear aligners and review the possibilities of "in-clinic" aligner manufacturing utilising the most recent technologies available. Case selection, workflows, efficiencies and predictable outcomes using digital platforms will be discussed.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2

                  Five essential steps to market digital dentistry at your practice

                  • Lecture

                  Having new technology is great, but if you don’t translate that into a message that your patients understand, your digital dentistry investment might end up as a complete waste of money.

                  Join Australia’s number one Google ranked Dental Marketer, Angus Pryor, to uncover the five essential steps to making digital dentistry a winner in your practice. You’ll discover:

                  • the two big ‘gotchas’ that will repel your patients from digital dentistry faster than bad coffee at a dinner party
                  • the one simple habit you must start now to kickstart your digital dentistry caseload
                  • the simple marketing tool that can generate a 4X return on your digital dentistry marketing
                  • the biggest mistake dentists make marketing digital dentistry
                  • the forgotten technique that has a better ROI than almost everything else … and it’s not what you think.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 12.30 • Session 3

                  New strategies for changing times

                  • Lecture

                  Clinical dentistry is going digital, but ready or not, the broader dental landscape is also changing fast. Like it or not - these changes will change you. In this presentation, practice management guru, Dr Michael Sernik, will explain hard-core practical ideas that can increase your practice by several orders of magnitude and give you more business leverage and time flexibility.

                  Michael focuses on helping practices evolve to the future of digital dentistry and will explain the new trends in practice organisation and how expanded roles can be highly advantageous to early adopters. New technologies and expanded treatments are creating an explosion of new business opportunities. If you want to get ahead and have an unfair advantage, this will widen your horizons.

                  PS - This talk offers NO personal development advice or feel-good cliches.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4

                  How to Make More Money by Giving it Away

                  • Lecture

                  Do you ever worry your patient will think your hourly rate is too high? Have you ever discounted your fees as a result? If the answer is "sometimes", then let me explain the psychology behind offering payment plans and how they can boost your hourly rate and help the patient out at the same time.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5

                  The advantages of fully digital surgical and prosthetic workflows for optimal patient outcomes

                  • Lecture

                  Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach planning, communicating and treating patients with dental implant supported restorations. A restorative driven approach to the planning and surgical phases of implant dentistry is critical to ensure a predictable clinical outcome.

                  The use of 3D digital planning software and intraoral scanners now give us the tools required to incorporate a complete digital clinical workflow into our everyday practice whilst benefiting our patient’s experiences and outcomes.

                  This lecture will focus on digital dentistry and technologies available for optimal implant positioning, restoration design, patient communication and treatment acceptance.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Bounty Room

                  3D Printing - Real world dental applications for the rest of us

                  There is no doubt 3D printing will have far reaching benefits and challenges for the entire dental team. This lecture will demystify 3D printing, explain the different technologies suitable for dentistry, explain real world applications and materials available now to dentistry both lab side and chairside and discuss future ongoing development. Various printers will be also discussed and their pros and cons and suitability for dental applications.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Bounty Room

                  Affordable intraoral scanning - AORALSCAN 3 features and hands-on

                  As with all technology, prices eventually tumble and this is no more true than with the intraoral scanner revolution. This lecture will discuss various intraoral scanners, technologies and software and also offer a hands-on demonstration with the new AORALSCAN 3 from Shining 3D.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Bounty Room

                  Print aligner models in 5 minutes - New Clear and Straight in-office aligners in one visit

                  Making your own aligners can lead to a very lucrative business. The real bottleneck has been the production of aligner models with some printers taking hours to produce these models. This lecture will reveal a new printer capable of printing models in 5 minutes and introduce the Clear and Straight Aligner System where you can successfully make your own aligners and even deliver in one appointment. Each step of the process will be discussed.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Bounty Room

                  DG SHAPE milling machines and CAM software overview

                  DGSHAPE creates some of the best, most-reliable desktop milling solutions available for dentistry. This lecture will cover the entire range from the dry mills for zirconia, wax and polymers to the new wet mill for glass ceramics and titanium. In addition, as no milling system can run without CAM software, the latest advances in Millbox CAM will be presented.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Bounty Room

                  exocad 3.1 Rijecka Sneak Preview and more!

                  The future of digital dentistry is evolving. Current CAD design and CAM manufacturing processes in our industry are well-established, however new developments are always around the corner. This talk will concentrate on a preview of the upcoming release of exocad 3.1 Rijecka and as a bonus touch on some latest never before seen technologies in additive manufacturing for dental.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Bounty Room

                  New frontiers in 3D Printing Materials

                  Popular culture tells us that we can 3D print anything, so how do you print a zirconia crown, a titanium implant, or an invisible orthodontic aligner from the comfort of your clinic chair? This presentation will discuss the properties of 3D printing materials, their requirements, capabilities, limitations and new technologies which impact future applications in digital dentistry.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Bounty Room

                  IMPLAGUIDE – An introduction to computerised implant planning, surgical guides and drill types

                  This discussion and software demonstration will cover the basics of implant planning software mentioning 3Shape, exoplan from exocad; and Blue Sky Plan software. Surgical guide design and drill types will be discussed. 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. Some advanced topics such as protocols for full mouth treatment planning will also be discussed.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Bounty Room

                  Immediates - Extracting the most from the digital denture workflow

                  In this presentation, we will dive into the digital workflow for immediate dentures. We look at on-trend and standard best practice processes that can contribute to a well-planned and executed treatment plan using a digital platform. We examine the demands from patients, their satisfaction and the positive impacts that using a digital workflow brings. We examine how the digital denture workflow assists the dental practice’s ability to deliver a therapeutic transition to prosthetic privacy, with efficiency, skill set and technology delivered outcomes.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Bounty Room

                  3D Printing - Real world dental applications for the rest of us

                  • Lecture

                  There is no doubt 3D printing will have far reaching benefits and challenges for the entire dental team. This lecture will demystify 3D printing, explain the different technologies suitable for dentistry, explain real world applications and materials available now to dentistry both lab side and chairside and discuss future ongoing development. Various printers will be also discussed and their pros and cons and suitability for dental applications.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Bounty Room

                  Affordable intraoral scanning - AORALSCAN 3 features and hands-on

                  • Lecture

                  As with all technology, prices eventually tumble and this is no more true than with the intraoral scanner revolution. This lecture will discuss various intraoral scanners, technologies and software and also offer a hands-on demonstration with the new AORALSCAN 3 from Shining 3D.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Bounty Room

                  Print aligner models in 5 minutes - New Clear and Straight in-office aligners in one visit

                  • Lecture

                  Making your own aligners can lead to a very lucrative business. The real bottleneck has been the production of aligner models with some printers taking hours to produce these models. This lecture will reveal a new printer capable of printing models in 5 minutes and introduce the Clear and Straight Aligner System where you can successfully make your own aligners and even deliver in one appointment. Each step of the process will be discussed.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Bounty Room

                  DG SHAPE milling machines and CAM software overview

                  • Lecture

                  DGSHAPE creates some of the best, most-reliable desktop milling solutions available for dentistry. This lecture will cover the entire range from the dry mills for zirconia, wax and polymers to the new wet mill for glass ceramics and titanium. In addition, as no milling system can run without CAM software, the latest advances in Millbox CAM will be presented.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Bounty Room

                  exocad 3.1 Rijecka Sneak Preview and more!

                  • Lecture

                  The future of digital dentistry is evolving. Current CAD design and CAM manufacturing processes in our industry are well-established, however new developments are always around the corner. This talk will concentrate on a preview of the upcoming release of exocad 3.1 Rijecka and as a bonus touch on some latest never before seen technologies in additive manufacturing for dental.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Bounty Room

                  New frontiers in 3D Printing Materials

                  • Lecture

                  Popular culture tells us that we can 3D print anything, so how do you print a zirconia crown, a titanium implant, or an invisible orthodontic aligner from the comfort of your clinic chair? This presentation will discuss the properties of 3D printing materials, their requirements, capabilities, limitations and new technologies which impact future applications in digital dentistry.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Bounty Room

                  IMPLAGUIDE – An introduction to computerised implant planning, surgical guides and drill types

                  • Lecture

                  This discussion and software demonstration will cover the basics of implant planning software mentioning 3Shape, exoplan from exocad; and Blue Sky Plan software. Surgical guide design and drill types will be discussed. 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. Some advanced topics such as protocols for full mouth treatment planning will also be discussed.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Bounty Room

                  Immediates - Extracting the most from the digital denture workflow

                  • Lecture

                  In this presentation, we will dive into the digital workflow for immediate dentures. We look at on-trend and standard best practice processes that can contribute to a well-planned and executed treatment plan using a digital platform. We examine the demands from patients, their satisfaction and the positive impacts that using a digital workflow brings. We examine how the digital denture workflow assists the dental practice’s ability to deliver a therapeutic transition to prosthetic privacy, with efficiency, skill set and technology delivered outcomes.

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Bounty Room

                  3D Printing Masterclass - Accuracy, materials, settings and supports

                  Printing dental models is actually easy, however more complex parts such as crowns, denture bases, splints and surgical guides are more challenging. There is nothing worse than a print failure and there are many factors that can effect this. This presentation will discuss materials and methods of software manipulation and machine settings so you can optimise parts to get successful printing every time. Regardless of the printer you have or are thinking of purchasing this is a not to be missed presentation.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Bounty Room

                  The computer dental technician and dentist

                  This discussion will look at the rising need for high powered computers and software to run modern dental laboratories and dental practices. CPUs, RAM, HDD vs SSD, Video cards - what does it all mean? Things are evolving rapidly and this is an excellent primer for those wishing to understand the hardware and software side of things and how to relate it to their business. A must for everyone interested at a nuts and bolts level.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Bounty Room

                  Partmaker - Make any dental part you need

                  Reliable engineering of simple or complex dental parts from implant screwdrivers to complex implant-retained bars is always a godsend. This lecture will discuss the journey Dr Chris Hart has had from a hobbyist with a scanner and software to the owner of an ISO certified manufacturing facility creating myriad unique dental parts for a variety of applications.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Bounty Room

                  Digital Dentures - The Milling and Printing Myths Busted

                  The whirlwind of information about Digital Dentures has left a lot of people flummoxed. In this presentation, we will discuss the workflows, scan, design and manufacturing process using either 3D printing or milling or a combination of both and delve into the pros and cons of each. We will try and unearth the fact from the fiction and have a look at what’s available now and on the horizon relating to methods and materials for Digital Dentures.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Bounty Room

                  One program for direct printing clear aligners and bracket trays for indirect bonding

                  In this presentation, the new version of Maestro 3D software will be revealed with some amazing innovative features including digital setups of teeth and aligner design for direct printing of sequential aligners, precision setup of brackets and indirect bonding trays for direct 3D printing will be demonstrated.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Bounty Room

                  Using and Maintaining a 3D printer - Real world Tips and Tricks

                  Modern 3D printers are easy to use, however a thorough understanding of their correct operation is imperative to avoid expensive pitfalls that can, in some cases, render a machine useless. This talk will discuss correct everyday routines for the use and maintenance of 3D printers to achieve great results every time and to prolong the lifespan of the machine.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Bounty Room

                  Print aligner models in 5 minutes - New Clear and Straight in-office aligners in one visit

                  Making your own aligners can lead to a very lucrative business. The real bottleneck has been the production of aligner models with some printers taking hours to produce these models. This lecture will reveal a new printer capable of printing models in 5 minutes and introduce the Clear and Straight Aligner System where you can successfully make your own aligners and even deliver in one appointment. Each step of the process will be discussed.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Bounty Room

                  Affordable intraoral scanning - AORALSCAN 3 features and hands-on

                  As with all technology, prices eventually tumble and this is no more true than with the intraoral scanner revolution. This lecture will discuss various intraoral scanners, technologies and software and also offer a hands-on demonstration with the new AORALSCAN 3 from Shining 3D.

                  9.00 - 9.45 • Session 1 - Bounty Room

                  3D Printing Masterclass - Accuracy, materials, settings and supports

                  • Lecture

                  Printing dental models is actually easy, however more complex parts such as crowns, denture bases, splints and surgical guides are more challenging. There is nothing worse than a print failure and there are many factors that can effect this. This presentation will discuss materials and methods of software manipulation and machine settings so you can optimise parts to get successful printing every time. Regardless of the printer you have or are thinking of purchasing this is a not to be missed presentation.

                  9.45 - 10.30 • Session 2 - Bounty Room

                  The computer dental technician and dentist

                  • Lecture

                  This discussion will look at the rising need for high powered computers and software to run modern dental laboratories and dental practices. CPUs, RAM, HDD vs SSD, Video cards - what does it all mean? Things are evolving rapidly and this is an excellent primer for those wishing to understand the hardware and software side of things and how to relate it to their business. A must for everyone interested at a nuts and bolts level.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 3 - Bounty Room

                  Partmaker - Make any dental part you need

                  • Lecture

                  Reliable engineering of simple or complex dental parts from implant screwdrivers to complex implant-retained bars is always a godsend. This lecture will discuss the journey Dr Chris Hart has had from a hobbyist with a scanner and software to the owner of an ISO certified manufacturing facility creating myriad unique dental parts for a variety of applications.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 4 - Bounty Room

                  Digital Dentures - The Milling and Printing Myths Busted

                  • Lecture

                  The whirlwind of information about Digital Dentures has left a lot of people flummoxed. In this presentation, we will discuss the workflows, scan, design and manufacturing process using either 3D printing or milling or a combination of both and delve into the pros and cons of each. We will try and unearth the fact from the fiction and have a look at what’s available now and on the horizon relating to methods and materials for Digital Dentures.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 5 - Bounty Room

                  One program for direct printing clear aligners and bracket trays for indirect bonding

                  • Lecture

                  In this presentation, the new version of Maestro 3D software will be revealed with some amazing innovative features including digital setups of teeth and aligner design for direct printing of sequential aligners, precision setup of brackets and indirect bonding trays for direct 3D printing will be demonstrated.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 6 - Bounty Room

                  Using and Maintaining a 3D printer - Real world Tips and Tricks

                  • Lecture

                  Modern 3D printers are easy to use, however a thorough understanding of their correct operation is imperative to avoid expensive pitfalls that can, in some cases, render a machine useless. This talk will discuss correct everyday routines for the use and maintenance of 3D printers to achieve great results every time and to prolong the lifespan of the machine.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Bounty Room

                  Print aligner models in 5 minutes - New Clear and Straight in-office aligners in one visit

                  • Lecture

                  Making your own aligners can lead to a very lucrative business. The real bottleneck has been the production of aligner models with some printers taking hours to produce these models. This lecture will reveal a new printer capable of printing models in 5 minutes and introduce the Clear and Straight Aligner System where you can successfully make your own aligners and even deliver in one appointment. Each step of the process will be discussed.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 8 - Bounty Room

                  Affordable intraoral scanning - AORALSCAN 3 features and hands-on

                  • Lecture

                  As with all technology, prices eventually tumble and this is no more true than with the intraoral scanner revolution. This lecture will discuss various intraoral scanners, technologies and software and also offer a hands-on demonstration with the new AORALSCAN 3 from Shining 3D.

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Supply Room

                  CAD/CAM... The Time Is Now

                  With technology in the dental industry evolving so rapidly, it's important your business develops and adapts with it or your business could be left behind as so many in other industries that chose to ignore developing technology in their field have. There are now so many CAD/CAM options it important to make the right investment in a complete system developed by an experienced dental CAD/CAM company. This presentation will discuss who Amann Girrbach are as a company, its very successful history in dentistry and CAD/CAM and what it offers to the digital dental world.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2 - Supply Room

                  Not all zirconia is created equal

                  Zirconia is now indispensable as a material for highly aesthetic, durable prosthetic restorations. Due to its exceptional fracture toughness, wear resistance and biocompatibility, the high-tech ceramic was used in hip-joint prosthetics. Because of its tooth-like colour, zirconia became increasingly important in dentistry towards the end of the 1990s, where it is often the restoration material of choice thanks to its optical adaptability, stability and range of indications.

                  However, how zirconia is manufactured and tested is important to the end result. As not all zirconia is the same!

                  With its broad portfolio of zirconia blanks, Amann Girrbach offers the right material for virtually every permanent indication to enable the fabrication of restorations with long term stability and natural aesthetics both economically and efficiently.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Supply Room

                  Ceramic, Hybrid, Glass. A material for every indication

                  Today, VITA offers a variety of solutions for almost every indication. As a material partner of the Amann Girrbach system, this session will touch on the diverse range and indications applicable for the different range of materials in the market. VITA is the pioneer in the field of dental CAD/CAM materials for practices and laboratories. VITA has been offering top-quality material solutions for a wide range of indications since 1985. In addition to materials for temporary restorations, VITA's product range includes highly aesthetic products for single tooth restorations, materials for framework constructions and fully anatomical bridge restorations, as well as products for implant-supported restorations. Today, users in practices and laboratories benefit from numerous proven solutions and groundbreaking, innovative materials. This session will focus on the different options and when best to use depending on recommended indications.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Supply Room

                  Automation - the rise of the machines?

                  Why is true automation in a CAD/CAM system so important in today's dental lab? In this presentation Rainer Woeran MDT, from Toothworx in Adelaide, will discuss the changes and the challenges with the integration of the Ceramill Matik and the impacts on his lab with an automated milling machine. This Matik has the most operating hours in Australia today! Does it hold up to its promise? Has it increased productivity? And what went wrong!

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Supply Room

                  Digital Dentures without compromise in aesthetics, fit or function

                  The Amann Girrbach Ceramill system offers the broadest range of digital denture production capabilities with integrated workflows and in cooperation with industry leading partners such as Vita with their Vionic solution. Besides the very successful Ceramill FDS workflow for highest aesthetic and quality individual dentures, the Ceramill System also allows its users to efficiently produce digital partials. With the next upcoming software updates, Amann Girrbach will extend the Ceramill full denture system with single arch dentures and 3D printing production of bases.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Supply Room

                  Benefits of digital F/F and immediate dentures

                  This session will cover design, patient involvement, case planning, costs and outcomes when using digital dentures. Embracing the digital world of dentures will make life that little bit simpler but dot your I’s and cross your T’s from the outset.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7 - Supply Room

                  TRI Implant presentation - TBA

                  TBA

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Supply Room

                  CAD/CAM... The Time Is Now

                  • Lecture

                  With technology in the dental industry evolving so rapidly, it's important your business develops and adapts with it or your business could be left behind as so many in other industries that chose to ignore developing technology in their field have. There are now so many CAD/CAM options it important to make the right investment in a complete system developed by an experienced dental CAD/CAM company. This presentation will discuss who Amann Girrbach are as a company, its very successful history in dentistry and CAD/CAM and what it offers to the digital dental world.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2 - Supply Room

                  Not all zirconia is created equal

                  • Lecture

                  Zirconia is now indispensable as a material for highly aesthetic, durable prosthetic restorations. Due to its exceptional fracture toughness, wear resistance and biocompatibility, the high-tech ceramic was used in hip-joint prosthetics. Because of its tooth-like colour, zirconia became increasingly important in dentistry towards the end of the 1990s, where it is often the restoration material of choice thanks to its optical adaptability, stability and range of indications.

                  However, how zirconia is manufactured and tested is important to the end result. As not all zirconia is the same!

                  With its broad portfolio of zirconia blanks, Amann Girrbach offers the right material for virtually every permanent indication to enable the fabrication of restorations with long term stability and natural aesthetics both economically and efficiently.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Supply Room

                  Ceramic, Hybrid, Glass. A material for every indication

                  • Lecture

                  Today, VITA offers a variety of solutions for almost every indication. As a material partner of the Amann Girrbach system, this session will touch on the diverse range and indications applicable for the different range of materials in the market. VITA is the pioneer in the field of dental CAD/CAM materials for practices and laboratories. VITA has been offering top-quality material solutions for a wide range of indications since 1985. In addition to materials for temporary restorations, VITA's product range includes highly aesthetic products for single tooth restorations, materials for framework constructions and fully anatomical bridge restorations, as well as products for implant-supported restorations. Today, users in practices and laboratories benefit from numerous proven solutions and groundbreaking, innovative materials. This session will focus on the different options and when best to use depending on recommended indications.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Supply Room

                  Automation - the rise of the machines?

                  • Lecture

                  Why is true automation in a CAD/CAM system so important in today's dental lab? In this presentation Rainer Woeran MDT, from Toothworx in Adelaide, will discuss the changes and the challenges with the integration of the Ceramill Matik and the impacts on his lab with an automated milling machine. This Matik has the most operating hours in Australia today! Does it hold up to its promise? Has it increased productivity? And what went wrong!

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Supply Room

                  Digital Dentures without compromise in aesthetics, fit or function

                  • Lecture

                  The Amann Girrbach Ceramill system offers the broadest range of digital denture production capabilities with integrated workflows and in cooperation with industry leading partners such as Vita with their Vionic solution. Besides the very successful Ceramill FDS workflow for highest aesthetic and quality individual dentures, the Ceramill System also allows its users to efficiently produce digital partials. With the next upcoming software updates, Amann Girrbach will extend the Ceramill full denture system with single arch dentures and 3D printing production of bases.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Supply Room

                  Benefits of digital F/F and immediate dentures

                  • Lecture

                  This session will cover design, patient involvement, case planning, costs and outcomes when using digital dentures. Embracing the digital world of dentures will make life that little bit simpler but dot your I’s and cross your T’s from the outset.

                  16.15 - 17.00 • Session 7 - Supply Room

                  TRI Implant presentation - TBA

                  • Lecture
                  TBA

                  17.00 - 19.00 • Happy Hour Drinks - Conference Floor

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Supply Room

                  CAD/CAM... The Time Is Now

                  With technology in the dental industry evolving so rapidly, it's important your business develops and adapts with it or your business could be left behind as so many in other industries that chose to ignore developing technology in their field have. There are now so many CAD/CAM options it important to make the right investment in a complete system developed by an experienced dental CAD/CAM company. This presentation will discuss who Amann Girrbach are as a company, its very successful history in dentistry and CAD/CAM and what it offers to the digital dental world.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2 - Supply Room

                  Ceramic, Hybrid, Glass. A material for every indication

                  Today, VITA offers a variety of solutions for almost every indication. As a material partner of the Amann Girrbach system, this session will touch on the diverse range and indications applicable for the different range of materials in the market. VITA is the pioneer in the field of dental CAD/CAM materials for practices and laboratories. VITA has been offering top-quality material solutions for a wide range of indications since 1985. In addition to materials for temporary restorations, VITA's product range includes highly aesthetic products for single tooth restorations, materials for framework constructions and fully anatomical bridge restorations, as well as products for implant-supported restorations. Today, users in practices and laboratories benefit from numerous proven solutions and groundbreaking, innovative materials. This session will focus on the different options and when best to use depending on recommended indications.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Supply Room

                  Not all zirconia is created equal

                  Zirconia is now indispensable as a material for highly aesthetic, durable prosthetic restorations. Due to its exceptional fracture toughness, wear resistance and biocompatibility, the high-tech ceramic was used in hip-joint prosthetics. Because of its tooth-like colour, zirconia became increasingly important in dentistry towards the end of the 1990s, where it is often the restoration material of choice thanks to its optical adaptability, stability and range of indications.

                  However, how zirconia is manufactured and tested is important to the end result. As not all zirconia is the same!

                  With its broad portfolio of zirconia blanks, Amann Girrbach offers the right material for virtually every permanent indication to enable the fabrication of restorations with long term stability and natural aesthetics both economically and efficiently.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Supply Room

                  Digital Dentures without compromise in aesthetics, fit or function

                  The Amann Girrbach Ceramill system offers the broadest range of digital denture production capabilities with integrated workflows and in cooperation with industry leading partners such as Vita with their Vionic solution. Besides the very successful Ceramill FDS workflow for highest aesthetic and quality individual dentures, the Ceramill System also allows its users to efficiently produce digital partials. With the next upcoming software updates, Amann Girrbach will extend the Ceramill full denture system with single arch dentures and 3D printing production of bases.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Supply Room

                  Benefits of digital F/F and immediate dentures

                  This session will cover design, patient involvement, case planning, costs and outcomes when using digital dentures. Embracing the digital world of dentures will make life that little bit simpler but dot your I’s and cross your T’s from the outset.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Supply Room

                  Automation - the rise of the machines?

                  Why is true automation in a CAD/CAM system so important in today's dental lab? In this presentation Rainer Woeran MDT, from Toothworx in Adelaide, will discuss the changes and the challenges with the integration of the Ceramill Matik and the impacts on his lab with an automated milling machine. This Matik has the most operating hours in Australia today! Does it hold up to its promise? Has it increased productivity? And what went wrong!

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Supply Room

                  TRI Implant presentation - TBA

                  TBA

                  9.00 - 10.30 • Session 1 - Supply Room

                  CAD/CAM... The Time Is Now

                  • Seminar

                  With technology in the dental industry evolving so rapidly, it's important your business develops and adapts with it or your business could be left behind as so many in other industries that chose to ignore developing technology in their field have. There are now so many CAD/CAM options it important to make the right investment in a complete system developed by an experienced dental CAD/CAM company. This presentation will discuss who Amann Girrbach are as a company, its very successful history in dentistry and CAD/CAM and what it offers to the digital dental world.

                  10.30 - 11.00 • Morning Tea

                  11.00 - 11.45 • Session 2 - Supply Room

                  Ceramic, Hybrid, Glass. A material for every indication

                  • Seminar

                  Today, VITA offers a variety of solutions for almost every indication. As a material partner of the Amann Girrbach system, this session will touch on the diverse range and indications applicable for the different range of materials in the market. VITA is the pioneer in the field of dental CAD/CAM materials for practices and laboratories. VITA has been offering top-quality material solutions for a wide range of indications since 1985. In addition to materials for temporary restorations, VITA's product range includes highly aesthetic products for single tooth restorations, materials for framework constructions and fully anatomical bridge restorations, as well as products for implant-supported restorations. Today, users in practices and laboratories benefit from numerous proven solutions and groundbreaking, innovative materials. This session will focus on the different options and when best to use depending on recommended indications.

                  11.45 - 12.30 • Session 3 - Supply Room

                  Not all zirconia is created equal

                  • Seminar

                  Zirconia is now indispensable as a material for highly aesthetic, durable prosthetic restorations. Due to its exceptional fracture toughness, wear resistance and biocompatibility, the high-tech ceramic was used in hip-joint prosthetics. Because of its tooth-like colour, zirconia became increasingly important in dentistry towards the end of the 1990s, where it is often the restoration material of choice thanks to its optical adaptability, stability and range of indications.

                  However, how zirconia is manufactured and tested is important to the end result. As not all zirconia is the same!

                  With its broad portfolio of zirconia blanks, Amann Girrbach offers the right material for virtually every permanent indication to enable the fabrication of restorations with long term stability and natural aesthetics both economically and efficiently.

                  12.30 - 13.30 • Lunch

                  13.30 - 14.15 • Session 4 - Supply Room

                  Digital Dentures without compromise in aesthetics, fit or function

                  • Seminar

                  The Amann Girrbach Ceramill system offers the broadest range of digital denture production capabilities with integrated workflows and in cooperation with industry leading partners such as Vita with their Vionic solution. Besides the very successful Ceramill FDS workflow for highest aesthetic and quality individual dentures, the Ceramill System also allows its users to efficiently produce digital partials. With the next upcoming software updates, Amann Girrbach will extend the Ceramill full denture system with single arch dentures and 3D printing production of bases.

                  14.15 - 15.00 • Session 5 - Supply Room

                  Benefits of digital F/F and immediate dentures

                  • Seminar

                  This session will cover design, patient involvement, case planning, costs and outcomes when using digital dentures. Embracing the digital world of dentures will make life that little bit simpler but dot your I’s and cross your T’s from the outset.

                  15.00 - 15.30 • Afternoon Tea

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 6 - Supply Room

                  Automation - the rise of the machines?

                  • Seminar

                  Why is true automation in a CAD/CAM system so important in today's dental lab? In this presentation Rainer Woeran MDT, from Toothworx in Adelaide, will discuss the changes and the challenges with the integration of the Ceramill Matik and the impacts on his lab with an automated milling machine. This Matik has the most operating hours in Australia today! Does it hold up to its promise? Has it increased productivity? And what went wrong!

                  15.30 - 16.15 • Session 7 - Supply Room

                  TRI Implant presentation - TBA

                  • Seminar
                  TBA
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                  Mr Andrew B Cameron

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                  Mr David S Smith

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                  Jason "Jay" Dietz completed his dental technician training in 1993. From 1990 to 1998, he worked for independent laboratories. In 1995 he worked for a prestigious Sydney laboratory where he improve...

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                  Sid is a registered Prosthodontist in New Zealand and Australia. He began his dental career in a country town in northern Queensland where he worked in private practise as a general dentist for a y...

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                  Dr Michael Chang

                  BDent (Hons) (Syd), DClinDent (Pros) (Syd) MRACDS (Pros), BSc (Mathematics)

                  Dr Michael Chang joined the Dental School at the University of Sydney to fulfil his childhood dream. In 2005, Michael completed his Bachelor of Dentistry with honours and worked in private practice...

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                  Mr Brad Wright

                  BDSc (Qld), LLB (Hons), GDLegPrac, P.Cert.Arbitration, MBA, FFDACLM, FICD, FADI, FPFA

                  Brad is a barrister working in health law practice. He graduated as a dentist in 1982 from the University of Queensland.

                  Brad graduated from law school in 1998 and his honours thesis was ent...

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                  Dr Michael CC Ho

                  BSc (Hons) (Syd), BDS (Syd)

                  Dr Ho has been practising dentistry for more than 30 years and is an official trainer for many CAD/CAM technologies in Australia and NZ. Prior to dentistry, Dr Ho completed a degree in Computer Sci...

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                  Dr Tom Giblin

                  BSc (Syd), BDent (Hons) (Syd), Cert.Pros (Texas)

                  Dr Thomas Giblin graduated from the University of Sydney’s Bachelor of Dentistry with Honours in 2004. After working in private practice, he was admitted to the University Of Texas Health Science...

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                  Dr Michael B Sernik

                  BDS

                  Dr Michael Sernik is an innovator, visionary and futurist.

                  He has owned 5 dental practices and for 13 years, co-owned the largest dental practice management company in Australasia. Over 20 y...

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                  Mr Angus Pryor

                  MBA (Marketing)

                  Multi-award-winning Practice Growth Specialist, Angus Pryor, is an author, marketer, and international speaker. He is the number one Google-ranked dental marketer in Australia.

                  At his agenc...

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                  Dr Brett L Taylor

                  BDS (Syd), FICD, FPFA, FADI, FACD

                  Brett is an aging general dentist with diverse professional interests and a disdain for conventional thinking. He makes up most of what he says, but do you agree with him?

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                  Mr Yahya Karim

                  Yahya Karim was born in Oslo Norway and then moved to London England. He immigrated to Australia in his late teens and studied to become a dental technician.

                  His keen interest in computers h...

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                  Mr Craig Davidson

                  Craig Davidson is the DGSHAPE Business Development Manager – Oceania - for Roland DG Australia.

                  Craig has over 20 years of experience in the Dental Industry. Craig’s broad knowledge of D...

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                  Dr Christopher N Hart

                  BDSc (Melb), MDSc (Melb)

                  Chris Hart is a registered Prosthodontist with a special interest in the area of dental implant components. He operates a private dental practice and an engineering business providing custom dental...

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                  Mr Greg Baker

                  Greg Baker is a qualified dental technician and the owner of K-Lab Digital Solutions, a company which he founded in order to provide the highest possible level of technical support and service to h...

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                  Mr Tommy Boutros

                  Founder and director of Innovatio Dental Supplies, Tommy Boutros started the company in 2013 with Amann Girrbach as his first partner as the exclusive distributor of Amann Girrbach in Australia. Af...

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                  Ms Judith Zwenger

                  Starting with Amann Girrbach as a sales representative in 1995, Judith Zwenger knows the Amann Girrbach Company and product offering like the back of her hand. She is currently the Regional Directo...

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                  Mr Rainer Wöran

                  MDT

                  Rainer Woeran MDT started his dental technology apprenticeship in 1997 at Vienna’s renown Wipla Laboratories. After finishing this with outstanding recognition, he moved on to experience the dive...

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