E4D: 361 Front & Center Anterior Excellence – Regional Workshop

Nov 23, 2014

This intermediate level course starts with a theory of anterior esthetics and continues through the importance of prep design and models/diagnostics, scanning techniques, design strategies and efficiencies, and finishes with color, shades, and contour techniques. During the class, participants will have the opportunity to work on a four-unit case with a combination of veneers and full crowns.


-Gain a better understanding of anterior esthetics

-Learn time-saving scanning techniques

-Learn how prep design impacts the entire restorative workflow

-Learn how to efficiently use models/diagnostics for larger anterior cases

-Gain an understanding of the software design elements and process

-Learn how to create lab-quality esthetics


Note: This course is focused on design techniques and efficiency and advanced finishing and characterization with pre-loaded/pre-milled cases on laptop computers.

Completion of this course may satisfy a portion of the CAD/CAM Dental Designer (CDD) course requirements and when combined with the CAMp OUT workshop, may satisfy all except for the CDD clinical requirements.


Completion of at least 20 E4D restorations


E4D University Faculty
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