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04

December

2021

12:00 (Central European Time)

Webinar Competed

04

December

2021

Webinar Competed

Impression Procedures for Tooth-borne Restorations: Analog versus Digital

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New Live Webinar

Prof. Phophi Kamposiora

Date:

Saturday

,

04

December

,

2021

Time:

12:00 (Central European Time)

Duration:

90 min

Language:

English

Speaker

Organized by:

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Webinar Coordinator:
Prof. Teresa Sierpinska


Abstract:
Predictability is a major requirement for the restoration of esthetics. Through the concept of TIPs (Transfer Information Predictably), predictability becomes a must for any restorative procedure. Accurate impressions are the outcome of tissue handling, materials selection and preferred analog or digital technique
This webinar will present all the stages of the impression process for fixed restorations. Emphasis will be placed on selecting the appropriate equipment and technique. The use of digital technology can lead to accurate impressions, if used correctly, for the construction of indirect conservative as well as more extensive restorations. The presentation will focus on the selection of analog or digital pathways for various restorative scenarios.

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