Cerec Level 3 – Advanced Posterior Quadrants and Tooth Replacement

Oct 11-12, 2014

Properly used, CEREC will produce highly esthetic posterior restorations with perfect occlusion and contacts, whether you are treating a single tooth or complete quadrant.

Patterson training vouchers accepted


-Fabricate anterior permanent all-ceramic bridges -Fabricate chairside abutments for implants utilizing Cerec software -Fabricate custom abutments chairside -Use CEREC to create temporary and permanent Implant restorations -Utilize CEREC to restore, screw and cement retained implant restorations -Explore the CEREC GALILEOS connection and the integration between Cone Beam and CAD/CAM -Understand file and image management as it relates to the CEREC software -Understand the proper preparation requirements when dealing with multiple all-ceramic restorations -Predictably treat multiple units with perfect occlusion and contacts -Complete three posterior restorations in less than 90 minutes, using ideal form, symmetry and occlusion -Leverage milling time with prep time to maximize efficiency -Esthetically stain and glaze restorations that rival lab esthetics -Use numerous quadrant techniques, including the Sarmen technique and advanced Sarmen


-Learn how the virtual articulator applies to the CEREC -Introduction to restoring implants with CEREC -Multiple unit mastery -Quadrants with ease -Advanced design techniques -Tips and tricks -Review the application of CAD/CAM and cone beam -Learn how to apply concepts learned to both Bluecam and Omnicam imaging