Restoring Implants With CEREC and Advanced Posterior Quadrants – Level 3

Nov 7-8, 2015

Properly used, CEREC will produce highly esthetic posterior restorations with perfect occlusion and contacts, whether you are treating a single tooth or complete quadrant. Fabricating chairside implant restorations opens an avenue to be more productive in one’s office.

All hands-on workshops are conducted on Omnicams utilizing the latest CEREC software. If you are using an earlier software version, please review these videos: Implants and Abutmentsand 4.3 Improvements.

Patterson training vouchers accepted Participants Will Learn:

Understand the difference between the various blocks available to fabricate provisional and permanent chair-side abutments

Fabricate chair-side abutments for implants utilizing CEREC software

Use CEREC to create temporary and permanent Implant restorations

Utilize CEREC to create and restore; screw and cement retained implant restorations

Learn how different tools effect implant proposals and where and when to use them

Explore the CEREC GALILEOS connection and the integration between Cone Beam and CAD/CAM

Learn to create provisional and permanent Maryland bridges

Fabricate anterior permanent all-ceramic bridges

Understand file and image management as it relates to the CEREC software

Predictably treat multiple units with perfect occlusion and contacts

Complete three posterior restorations in less than 90 minutes, using ideal form, symmetry and occlusion

Esthetically stain and glaze restorations that rival lab esthetics


Introduction to restoring implants with CEREC

Review the application of CAD/CAM and cone beam