Dentists will usually delegate anterior restorations to their technician because of fears of underachieving and providing their patients with inferior results. There are certainly times when a technician is required but many times a dentist will gain ultimate control and provide high end aesthetic results by providing In-Surgery CAD/CAM restorations completed in one visit. The decision making, the protocols and the workflows will be discussed and the specific details of the process to achieve success will be shared.
- to provide a framework for decision-making for In-Surgery Ceramic Restorations
- to detail the factors for successful aesthetics for In-Surgery Ceramic Restorations
- to provide dentists the information to increase their confidence for providing In-Surgery Ceramic Restorations
- Dentists will understands how to produce laboratory-standard ceramic restorations using CAD/CAM In-Surgery technology
- They will have a better understanding of macro/micro anatomy and how important this is to provide 3-D ceramic restorations
- They will also be able to apply micro-staining techniques to bring their restorations to life
- They will understand when they should apply these techniques and when they should delegate the ceramics to a dental technician