Dr Andreas Kurbad
Adelaide SA, AUSTRALIA
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From: 8:30 AM
Friday, 1 May, 2015
To: 5:30 PM
Friday, 1 May, 2015
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Many doctors don't realize the full potential of the CEREC system and the new range of materials and blocks that are now available to them, resulting in the system not being used to its full capacity.
During this 1 - 2 day course participants will gain the practical and theoretical knowledge to expand and further improve their abilities to produce outstanding CAD/CAM restorations. New ceramic materials, CAD blocks and cementation methods make it possible to achieve impressive results from extremely thin restorations through to Bridges and Implant Solutions.
Patient demands for nature-like aesthetics requires an eye for colour, shape and detail and the importance of correct material selection.
Day 1 Lecture will focus on:
- Main principles in aesthetic dentistry
- Different materials and methods of production from thin veneers through to implant restorations
- Good photographs as a basis for communication and diagnostics
- Smile design
- Wax-up and mock-up as important tools for planning
- The art of minimal invasive and simple preparation design
- Colour communication
- Milled provisionals
- Aesthetic cementation as a key-factor for success
- Tips & tricks for milling of extremely thin cases, Bridges and Implant restorations
- New possibilities with the software version 4.3
- Predictable results
Day 2 Hands On:
Natural aesthetics is a new frontier for many CAD/CAM users and today we have a lot of clinical situations for CAD CAM restorations made from IPS e.max.
This workshop will focus on:
Three Unit Bridge
- Overview on indications and clinical possibilities and long-term results
- CEREC process for bridge application – scanning, designing, milling
- Clinical aspects
- The CAD-on technology
- Monolithic bridges made of Lithium disilicate
- Design principles
- The design of full-anatomic bridges in the CEREC and inLab software
- Characterization possibilities with partial veneering
- The complete workflow step-by-step
- Limitations of indication
Hands on – Contouring, individualisation, staining & glazing of a milled IPS e.max bridge.
- Current possibilities for implant superstructures for single-tooth replacement
- The Sirona Ti-base system
- Clinical aspects – design of a sufficient emergence profile
- Immediate provisionalisation with Telio-CAD A16 blocks
- Zirconium dioxide compared to Lithium disilicate abutments and typical indications
- Classical abutment/crown design vs Hybrid-abutment crowns
- CAD CAM design examples for the CEREC and in Lab software
Hands on – Contouring, staining & glazing of a milled IPS e.max Hybrid-abutment crown including cementation procedure on the Ti-Base.