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This thematic CDEWorld eBook on prosthodontics offers a continuing education (CE) article on the role of digital technologies in full-mouth reconstruction. A case report article is also provided in this eBook, which describes the use of digital tools in implant therapy for a patient with edentulism. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
CE: Digital Full-Mouth Reconstruction: From Diagnostics to Final Full Zirconia Restorations
Wael Isleem, DMD; Alexander Wünsche, CDT, ZT; Harold S. Baumgarten, DMD; and Howard P. Fraiman, DMD
Beginning with a discussion of digital tools for diagnosis and implant planning, this article describes a digital workflow for the management of an edentulous patient who required full-mouth rehabilitation utilizing fixed implant-supported zirconia prostheses. This article features a case study highlighting the design and fabrication of full-contour prostheses through the use of this digital workflow.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Provider: AEGIS Publications, LLC
Digital Implant Therapy for the Edentulous Patient
Julian Conejo, DDS, MSc; Sergio Miravete, DDS, MSc; Kwang Ho Jean, DDS; Jose M. Ayub, DDS; and Markus B. Blatz, DMD, PhD
This case report explains how the use of digital technologies including intraoral scanners and 3D printing streamlined the creation of the provisional and definitive prostheses for this patient, and illustrates a step-by-step clinical workflow for implant therapy in an edentulous case.