DTX Studio Design Training

Richmond Hill, Canada : 2 Nov 2017
  • Course overview

    Course overview
    This two-day course is designed for clinicians and lab technicians who want to provide their patients/customers with the state-of-the-art restorative prosthetics. The course reinforces and expands the knowledge and skill level of implant and tooth-supported CAD/CAM developed prosthetics through NobelProcera. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the NobelDesign CAD software with  focus on the associated processes, relevant clinical procedures, and state-of-the-art materials being addressed during the course. 

    Participants will be educated on the most popular, highest-demand  products, and techniques within the NobelProcera System. The indication range presented will cover single- and multiple-unit fixed tooth and implant-supported restorations. Hands- on exercises and  demonstrations enable participants to experience NobelDesign CAD/CAM developed solutions for full-contour zirconia (FCZ) crowns, abutments, FCZ implant crowns, and implant bridges. 

    Attendees will receive confirmation of attendance, course material, and continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments for both days. To register for this course, please contact your local NobelProcera Specialist, or if  you have any questions contact Nobel Biocare Training and Education at 800.579.6515. This course in intended for clinicians and lab technicians. 

    Agenda
    Day 1 topics
    – NobelDesign overview lecture.
    – NobelDesign scanning, data collection review.
    – NobelDesign Software introduction.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of copings.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of full-contour zirconia crowns.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of implant-supported screw-retained crowns.

    Day 2 topics
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of implant-supported screw-retained crowns.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of implant-supported full-contour zirconia crowns.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of abutments and screw-retained crowns.
    – NobelDesign hands-on CAD designing of implant bridges.
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