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Can Intra Oral Scanners Be Used In The Manufacture of Full Arch Implant Restorations?

Course Info

  • CPD Points:
    Dental Board of Australia ( 2.00 points)
  • Speaker: Dr Lawrence Lau
  • Location: Study Clubs
  • Date: Sep 6th at 7:00 PM*
    * This date / time will vary depending on your local Study Club.

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Description

We can finally do away with splinted full mouth open tray PVS for full arch implant impressions! As dentistry moves towards digitisation, the benefits of this can now be realised when restoring implants digitally. What used to be a highly stressful, uncomfortable procedure for our patients when going thru oral implants rehabilitations can be successfully replaced with digital scanning. Intra oral scanners are highly accurate, efficient and will make this part of your implant practice easier, more enjoyable, and more profitable. We will go thru in detail how to correctly use your intra oral scanner to gain the maximum benefit for you and your patient, whether it's in a single implant, multiple implants, or a full arch.

Learning Objective

  • Techniques in intra oral scanning to increase accuracy and efficiency
  • How to take a digital bite registration for full arch implant therapy
  • How to verify accuracy and passive fit for long term success

Dr Lawrence Lau

Dr Lawrence  Lau

Dentist

Australia

Lawrence Lau graduated from the University of Sydney in 1997 with Honours and was the recipient of Prosthetic prize. He has been in private practice since 1999 and operates 3 practices in the Sydney Metro area. He has been a ...

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