Some esthetic and functional parameters can significantly affect the outcome of the prosthetic rehabilitation of a compromised dentition. Properly addressing those factors through an accurate preoperative analysis and a correct data transmission to the dental lab will undoubtedly facilitate the achievement of a predictable and successful result.
Nowadays the approach to the prosthetic rehabilitation is rapidly evolving due to the application of revolutionary clinical procedures and technologies. An innovative operative protocol allows the clinician to face highly compromised clinical situations, with a minimally invasive prosthetic procedure (MIPP) guaranteeing a remarkable, long-lasting resistance of the restorations, while maintaining a maximum amount of enamel.
From a technological viewpoint, the goal is to switch from traditional to a digital workflow with the support of software such as “GETApp” for treatment planning, 3D intraoral scanners for impressions, and CAD/CAM systems for the fabrication of the restorations.
Nowadays the selection of the appropriate digital system is crucial to collect and manage all the esthetic and functional parameters of the patient as well as to fabricate precise and reliable restorations.
Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to:
- Perform an ideal esthetic and functional treatment plan with a digital approach
- Learn innovative operative protocols with minimally invasive prosthetic procedures (MIPP) for long-lasting esthetic results
- Understand advantages and disadvantages of the use of the digital technology in the daily practice.
Dr. Leonardo Bacherini
Dr. Leonardo Bacherini received his dental technology certificate in 1988 at Istituto Tecnico Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, and after graduating in Dentistry at the University of Florence in 1995, he followed several annual and biennial postgraduate programs with highly qualified ...