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Digital Dentures and Partials - 4 Different Digital Clinical Workflows 
Presenter: Henry Babichenko, LD Release Date: 8/13/20
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 8/13/23
   

Learn 4 different digital clinical workflows that are guaranteed to work in your office. In this CE webinar, find out how to get started now with the equipment you currently have at your disposal.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the dentist will be able to:
• Have a clear understanding how to implement digital dentistry into their dental practice
• Understand how Digital Dentures will benefit their practice
• Know how to start performing digital dentistry on totally edentulous patients
• Identify what a totally automated laboratory requires of their clinician, and why
• Recognize workflows that are not congruent with digital denture or digital partial fabrication
• Consider the big picture including a complete overview of the clinical and the laboratory side of digital dentistry for edentulous patients
• Implement basic or best techniques to achieve quality results with digital edentulous dentistry
• Identify differences between different materials used in a digital removable prosthesis   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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