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Released: Thursday, September 29, 2022
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Digital Dentistry Strategies

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This thematic CDEWorld eBook offers two continuing education (CE) articles on digital dentistry. The first CE article describes the use of digital photography to help locate and determine maxillary incisal edge position. The second CE article is devoted to demystifying 3D printed dentures. In addition, a case report demonstrates the use of 3D printed provisional restorations in the treatment of a patient with extensive wear and loss of vertical dimension of occlusion. Download to earn 4 FREE CEU now!

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CE 1: Using Photography to Determine Maxillary Incisal Edge Position
V. Landon Blatter, DMD
This article focuses on positioning of the maxillary incisal edge position using digital photography and provisional restorations as guides to achieve functional and cosmetic smiles. This article also describes how six digital photographs are helpful to the restoring dentist when taken and evaluated before the case is started and while the patient is wearing provisional restorations.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC

CE 2: Demystifying 3D Printed Dentures
Conrad J. Rensburg, ND, NHD
This CE article debunks various myths about 3D printed dentures and discusses facts about material strength, bond strength, accuracy, and longevity of the restoration, as well as the practicalities of incorporating 3D printed dentures into both laboratory and clinical workflows.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC

Increased Vertical Dimension of Occlusion With 3D Printed Provisional Restorations in a Complex Case
Antonio Busato, DMD; and Luca Giovenzana, SDT
This case report illustrates dental rehabilitation using a digital workflow that allows monitoring of the vertical dimension of occlusion throughout the adaptation process.

 

 

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