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Digital Dentures Innovation for the Clinician, Technician & The Patient
Dentistry has fully embraced the digital age and its integration into one of the oldest treatments in dentistry is proof that it is here to stay. Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) of complete dentures has evolved following the success of CAD/CAM in implant and fixed prosthodontics. CAD/CAM complete dentures have seen exponential growth in the dental market with the number of commercially available CAD/CAM denture systems growing every year. See how you can increase efficiency and predictability for the clinician, the technician, and an increase in positive patient experience. Interest in CAD/CAM has also been affected by a reduction in the number of dental laboratory technicians with extensive experience and expertise with traditional fabrication processes. In this webinar, Mr. Eric Kukucka DD will cover key aspects related to the current status of computer technology for the fabrication of complete dentures .

Learning objectives
• Understanding the Digital Denture Process
• Understanding the current software and hardware required for Digital Dentures
• Understanding the Digital Denture process from both a clinical and technical perspective
• Understanding digital communication and unparalleled efficiency of various Digital Denture workflows including full arch implant restorations
• Clinical case presentations on various workflows.

Jun 9, 2021 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Eric Kukucka
President & Owner @The Denture Center
Eric D. Kukucka is president and owner of The Denture Center, a network of clinics currently comprised of three facilities in Southwestern Ontario. Eric is at once a prominent sales strategist and advocate for market best practices and a skillful oral health professional dedicated to creating high quality digital removable, fixed and fixed-detachable implant prosthetic restorations.