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Digital Full-Arch Implant Solutions: What do we really know?
Digital dentistry is growing rapidly among dental clinicians and laboratory technicians. While intraoral scanners provide high accuracy for short-span tooth and implant-supported restorations, research findings on the use of intra-oral scanners for full-arch restorations are mixed. A full digital workflow to achieve a passive fitting framework from an intraoral scan is still uncommon.

As rates of edentulism and demand for full-arch treatment continue to grow, the procedure still requires multiple appointments and is unaffordable for many patients. The implementation of a predictable digital workflow is key for long-term clinical success and patient access, and depends upon a mix of both digital and analog steps to obtain a passive-fitting framework.

The goal of this lecture is to present full-arch, digital impression protocols with intraoral scanners and snap-on scan bodies to produce a predictable full-arch prosthesis in fewer steps.

Aug 4, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Julian Conejo
Dr. Julián Conejo obtained his DDS from the Universidad Latina, Costa Rica in 2005, and then completed training as a prosthodontist at Universidad Intercontinental, Mexico, in 2008. After graduating he worked as an Assistant Professor at the Prosthodontics Department, Universidad Latina and as a private practitioner focused on implant dentistry, prosthodontics and CAD/CAM technology in "Colina Dental", San José, Costa Rica. Dr. Conejo is now the Clinical CAD/CAM Director at the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. He conducts research and has multiple publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals on CAD/CAM technology, prosthodontics and implant dentistry. Dr. Conejo has been the recipient of several awards in his field, including the ICP Research Fellowship in Dental Restorative Materials in 2016, and has lectured in over 35 countries.