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Leap into Digital Dentistry!

Curtis Jansen, DDS, Chris Pescatore, DMD, Irma Perez, RDA, EF, CDD

Presented by E4D Difference Makers: moderated by Dr. Tom Giacobbi. Digital restorative dentistry makes all the difference; in your treatment, office capabilities, office efficiency, bottom line and professional satisfaction. ‘Leap’ into Digital Dentistry will be presented by Difference Makers. Drs. Jansen and Pescatore, and CAD CAM Dental Designer Ms. Irma Perez. Drs Jansen and Pescatore will demonstrate through their clinical expertise and experience how every office can benefit from chairside restorative dentistry and more importantly have complete control of comprehensive care, including restoratively driven implant therapy and the latest technology.

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CBCT: An Indispensible Technology for the Implant Placement

Dr. Steven Guttenberg

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons must have a good understanding of the anatomy of the jaws prior to treating acquired or congenital tooth loss, dental and osseous pathology and trauma, as well as orthognathic deformities, temporomandibular disorders and soft tissue and skeletally based sleep disease. CBCT offers a three-dimensional view of the maxilla, mandible and orbits allowing the practitioner to acquire more diagnostic information prior to surgical or nonsurgical therapy. Numerous examples revealing Cone Beam to be an indispensable aid to every day oral and maxillofacial surgery will be presented. This webinar is hosted by Osseonews.com

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The CBCT Orthodontic Practice: Where to begin? Clinical Applications

Dr. Juan-Carlos Quintero

In this webinar, we will explore an in depth clinical case review of Cone Beam 3D imaging. The more we see, the more we know, and the fewer mistakes we make. Better and more information for diagnostic and treatment-planning sessions, leads to fewer mistakes. We build stronger relationships with patients than ever before. The i-CAT® allows me to control all of the variables of the image, from the field of view to exposure time, pixel size and resolution. 3D puts the power of precision in your hands with direct access to advanced 3D treatment tools for Orthodontics. Join us for this in depth orthodontic clinical case review session.

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Comprehensive Implant Dentistry Using 3D Imaging: Reduce Complications, Increase Confidence, Achieve Excellence

Dr. John Russo

Today, three dimensional imaging is an essential role in comprehensive implant dentistry. Having complete 3D views of oral and maxillofacial anatomy, without distortion or magnification provides advantages versus two dimensional conventional radiographs. And new technologies provide a complete implant treatment solution by pairing digital intraoral scanning with cone beam data to provide full control of implant placement and restorative design. A variety of clinical cases using Cone Beam 3D data will be presented to demonstrate successful diagnoses and treatment planning of dental implant cases.

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A case by case approach to Cone Beam 3-D utilization in General Dentistry

Dr. Terry Myers

This webinar presentation will illustrate how CBCT can be used in the everyday practice for diagnosis and planning orthodontic, endodontic and periodontal cases as well as for dental implants, thus taking the guess work out of the treatment. Additionally, it will offer insights on how CBCT can be a most effective communication and internal marketing tool, creating greater patient understanding, appreciation and loyalty. In this webinar, Dr. Myers will discuss the clinical and diagnostic benefits of incorporating 3-D into the dental practice. The presentation will also discuss the impact of adding Cone Beam technology to your diagnostic arsenal from a ROI perspective.

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i-CAT® and SureSmile®: Blending 3-D Technology For Precision Orthodontics

Dr. Mark Farina

This course will focus on covering the importance and value of diagnostics with 3-D in orthodontics to increase and maximize clinical efficiency with optimal treatment planning. In this course, Dr. Farina will explain how integrating the i-CAT® Cone Beam 3-D and SureSmile technologies into his orthodontic office workflow has benefited diagnosis, treatment planning and the clinical treatment of his patients. As a result, this course will provide you with the necessary tools to compete in today’s ever changing orthodontic world.

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Comprehensive Implant Dentistry Using 3-D Imaging: Reduce Complications, Increase Confidence, Achieve Excellence

Dr. John Russo

Today, three dimensional imaging is an essential role in comprehensive implant dentistry. Having complete 3-D views of oral and maxillofacial anatomy, without distortion or magnification provides advantages versus two dimensional conventional radiographs. And new technologies provide a complete implant treatment solution by pairing digital intraoral scanning with cone beam data to provide full control of implant placement and restorative design. A variety of clinical cases using Cone Beam 3-D data will be presented to demonstrate successful diagnoses and treatment planning of dental implant cases.

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Surviving and Succeeding in a 3-D World

Dr. Aaron Molen

We are currently witnessing a paradigm shift in how we diagnosis and treatment plan our orthodontic patients. CBCT has opened up the third dimension and with it has increased the diagnostic information available in each case. The next natural step beyond using CBCT to treatment plan our patients is using it to treat our patients. There are currently technologies and services available to help maximize the potential of our 3D scans. The future is like a freight train… if you choose not to ride, it won’t simply pass you by, it will run you over.

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CBCT- Changing the Game Plan for General Dentists

Dr. John Flucke

Cone Beam technology can not only change the way you look at dental procedures, but it can give you a winning game plan when it comes to the delivery of better patient care. Dr. John Flucke, Dentist”s “Technology Evangelist” will explain how CBCT can transform the knowledge you gain about your patient’s anatomy; the procedures you offer – from stand-alone scans used for a variety of treatment planning, to CAD/CAM integration for implants; and even how you map out your practice strategies. Please join Dr. Flucke for this educational, entertaining, and personal view of Cone Beam’s effects on the general practice!

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The CBCT Orthodontic Practice: Where to begin? Part 1: Intro to CBCT

Dr. Juan-Carlos Quintero

Transitioning from a traditional 2D to a 3D orthodontic practice may seem intimidating, agonizing and expensive. But it need not be. In fact, it can quite satisfying, energizing, and yes, even lucrative.

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The CBCT Orthodontic Practice: Where to begin? Part 2: Clinical Applications

Dr. Juan-Carlos Quintero

This webinar is a continuation of the January 18, 2011 course and a more in depth orthodontic clinical case review session. Transitioning from a traditional 2D to a 3D orthodontic practice may seem intimidating, agonizing and expensive. But it need not be. In fact it, can quite satisfying, energizing, and yes, even lucrative.

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Cone Beam Enhanced Orthodontics: What weave been Missing

Dr. John Graham

2 dimensional radiography has been the mainstay of orthodontic treatment… until now. Advances in cone-beam CT technology is providing the modern orthodontist with more accurate and effective imaging than ever before. Dr. Graham will review current 3D technology and how it may enhance any orthodontic practice.

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3D Orthodontics: Integrating Tomorrow’s Technologies Today

Dr. Aaron Molen

We are currently witnessing a paradigm shift in how we diagnosis and treatment plan our orthodontic patients. CBCT has opened up the third dimension and with it has increased the diagnostic information available in each case. The next natural step beyond using CBCT to treatment plan our patients is using it to treat our patients. There are currently technologies and services available to help maximize the potential of our 3D scans. The future is like a freight train… if you choose not to ride, it won’t simply pass you by, it will run you over.

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3D Cone Beam Orthodontic Applications €“ WOW

Dr. Duane Grummons

Dr. Grummons will present 3D from the orthodontic perspective and how 3D CBCT cone beam information influences 3D/4D diagnosis and treatment today. He will emphasize therapy integration by the orthodontist with restorative colleagues, periodontists, oral surgeons, and ENT specialists teaming up for best patient care and effective treatment using i-CAT® 3D cone beam technology. Once we discover and apply CBCT information, we can never go back to only 2D. Man’s mind once changed by a new idea, can never return to its original dimension.

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Scrabble & Alphabet Soup – Bringing Simplicity to Cone Beam Technology

Dr. John Flucke

Are you interested in cone beam but are confused by the science, terminology, and skill sets required for successful integration? We all have to start the journey somewhere. Dr. John Flucke, Dentistry’s “Technology Evangelist” will bring the confusing aspects of this new technology into manageable and easy to understand pieces that will allow everyone to better understand this amazing new technology. You will leave with a much greater understanding of the “whats” and the “whys” of cone beam technology and terms.

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Cone Beam CT and Implant Dentistry: Integration of New Digital Technologies

Dr. Scott Ganz

Successful “restoratively-driven” implant dentistry has its foundation in the ability to diagnose and treatment plan properly. It’s imperative that we understand all of what it missing, which often includes the bone, the surrounding soft tissue, and the tooth. The goal of implant dentistry is not the implant, it is the tooth that we replace. Therefore patients seek out treatment when they need teeth, not implants. The advent of CBCT has empowered clinicians with the tools to diagnose in 3-D, to assess the underlying anatomy and adjacent vital structures, to communicate these concepts to the patient and all members of the implant team, and to execute the plan to restore the patient properly, whether for a single tooth replacement or full mouth reconstruction. New paradigms have emerged, and dental school curriculums need to be re-written which embrace the digital tools of today.

As CBCT has become the state-of-the-art, the race is on to identify opportunities which benefit from the digital information embedded in each scan. Guided implant surgery has evolved as an important modality and aid in transferring the virtual 3-D plan to the patient. Surgical templates can then be laboratory fabricated on stone casts, or directly CT-derived via stereolithography, taking the scan data and turning it into solid resin models of the patient’s mandible or maxilla. However, as more companies invest in 3-D “digital dentistry” solutions, “linking” the technologies together has become a reality. This presentation will demonstrate how digital dentistry is evolving into a mainstream dentistry, allowing everyone to achieve successful “restoratively-driven” implant dentistry.

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Implant planning with 3-D Imaging

Dr. Mark Hunt

This course will address evaluation and interpretation of 3-D scans using the i-CAT® software as well as the Anatomage InVivo 5 software. We will discuss internal marketing, patient presentation, and guided surgery generated from virtual treatment plans. The discussion will focus on integrating these technologies into your office work flow seamlessly.

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i-CAT® & SureSmile®: Changing Today’s Orthodontics

Dr. Lou Chmura

SureSmile® is technology that allows an orthodontist to precisely align teeth using a computer simulation, then having a precision, heat-activated nitinol wire bent to precisely position the teeth in their final positions. Using i-CAT® images, for the first time ever, we are able to position not only crowns, but roots of teeth in three dimensions with incredible accuracy. These two technologies work incredibly well together to provide incredible benefits to:

  1. YOU-reliably achieve excellent outcomes.
  2. PATIENTS-shorten time in treatment by approximately 40%.
  3. PARENTS-eliminate appointments. What would it be worth to NOT have to ask your boss for time off 5 or 6 times?
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Cone Beam Technology: Placing Dental Implants with Confidence This webinar is hosted by Osseonews.com

Dr. Terry Myers

As the popularity of dental implants increases among patients, generalists and specialists alike are striving to increase their efficiency and effectiveness in this growing treatment choice. Often, the implant’s success or failure is contingent upon the anomalies that lie under the surface of the gum. Cone Beam imaging offers dentists a “surgical view” of the mouth and defines the positions of the vital structures to avoid surprises such as undetected nerve canals and insufficient bone. The scans can be sliced, rotated 360 degrees, zoomed in on, or enlarged to provide views that are virtually unattainable with 2-D methods. In this webinar, Dr. Myers will discuss the clinical and diagnostic benefits of incorporating 3-D into the dental practice and 3-Da€™s compatibility with guided surgery applications, as well as the communication and marketing benefits to patients and referring practitioners. Sit back in your seats and say a€œahhh,a€ to one of the most effective tools in the dental office today – Cone Beam imaging

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Yes, we scan! Making the best choice in 3-D field of view

Dr. Terry Myers

The decision to invest in 3-D imaging represents one of the most important choices of your career. Cone Beam radiography offers both clinical and financial benefits for your practice. Since each practice has a unique focus, it is important to choose the specialized type of Cone Beam that provides the right amount of data to fit your personal and professional goals. In this course, Dr. Myers will discuss the variety of fields of view available – small, medium, full, and extended, and how the perspective gained from each of these fields of view best suits the needs of specific specialties or the general practice. The question is not “To scan or not to scan,” but what field of view will best improve my practice’s image?

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3-D Endodontics: The Final Frontier?

Dr. Ralan Wong

Endodontic treatment, retreatment and surgical intervention have become quite routine and successful over the years due to the invention of the surgical operation microscope and nickel titanium rotary instruments. However, there is still a gap in only treating what one can see. Even with digital radiography, 2 dimensional images of 3 dimensional objects can only provide a basic guesstimate for the dental practioner. Cone Beam Computer Tomography (CBCT) has been available to the dental clinician for the past 5-6 years. With the use of these 3 dimensional scanners a more detailed analysis can be performed and thus a new dawning of diagnosis and treatment has evolved. 2 D imaging still plays an important role in our dental practices, however; the 3-D views provided by CBCT technology brings unmatched depths of diagnosis and treatment for all our patients. Therefore, this course will deal with the detailed analysis of CBCT use for diagnosis, viewing canal anatomy, location of resorption and perforation defects, dealing with retreatment considerations, as well as fractures that are evident in our 3-d treatment of all our patients.

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3-D Endodontics: The Final Frontier?

Dr. Ralan Wong

Endodontic treatment, retreatment and surgical intervention have become quite routine and successful over the years due to the invention of the surgical operation microscope and nickel titanium rotary instruments. However, there is still a gap in only treating what one can see. Even with digital radiography, 2 dimensional images of 3 dimensional objects can only provide a basic guesstimate for the dental practioner. Cone Beam Computer Tomography (CBCT) has been available to the dental clinician for the past 5-6 years. With the use of these 3 dimensional scanners a more detailed analysis can be performed and thus a new dawning of diagnosis and treatment has evolved. 2 D imaging still plays an important role in our dental practices, however; the 3-D views provided by CBCT technology brings unmatched depths of diagnosis and treatment for all our patients. Therefore, this course will deal with the detailed analysis of CBCT use for diagnosis, viewing canal anatomy, location of resorption and perforation defects, dealing with retreatment considerations, as well as fractures that are evident in our 3-d treatment of all our patients.

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Creating Better Communication with Technology

Dr. Walter Chitwood

Cone Beam Computed Tomography, both technically and financially, has greatly increased in popularity and use in recent years. The many clinical benefits of CBCT have been well established and it is rapidly becoming the radiological standard of care. However, in everyday practice, implementation of this technology may present appointment sequencing issues. This lecture will demonstrate how to implement CBCT data, along with other adjunctive technologies, to move your patients through their treatment more smoothly. From your initial patient contact through treatment completion, you can decrease the number of appointments and improve the overall patient flow in your office. This efficiency will ultimately help you balance the many daily demands of your practice.

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A GP’s Take on 3-D

Dr. John Flucke

3D radiography allows clinicians a view into their patient’s anatomy that is more complete than any other traditional dental imaging modality. And Cone Beam fits perfectly into the GP’s diagnostic and planning toolbox. Whether you currently place implants, remove impacted teeth, perform endo and endo retreats, or treat patients for TMD or sleep apnea, or are considering these procedures, Cone Beam puts you in control. YOU decide when to scan, when to treat (with more safety), and when to refer. And when you do refer, you not only share the most comprehensive information on your patient with your colleagues, you become the quarterback of the team with access to all the important information. Join Dr. Flucke, Technology Editor for Dental Products Report and leading dental technology educator at large, as he shares his Cone Beam experiences.

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3-D Imaging: Everyday Applications in Orthodontics

Dr. Brad Edgren

Cone Beam CT’s impact on orthodontic diagnosis, treatment planning and its advantages over traditional 2-D imaging will be discussed. Multiple cases will be reviewed demonstrating the “power of slices” and the added dimension of 3D to diagnosis previously undiagnosed third molar impactions, impacted canines, supernumeraries, and pathology. We will also review how CBCT improves the diagnosis of upper airway obstruction, skeletal asymmetries and TMJ analysis and their impact on treatment planning.

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Cone Beam Enhanced Orthodontics: What wea€™ve been Missing?

Dr. John Graham

2 dimensional radiography has been the mainstay of orthodontic treatment… until now. Advances in cone-beam CT technology is providing the modern orthodontist with more accurate and effective imaging than ever before. Dr. Graham will review current 3D technology and how it may enhance any orthodontic practice.

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Why CBCT – Just for Implant Planning … or Much, Much More?

Dr. Scott Ganz

Successful implant reconstruction is dependent upon several factors acting in concert. These include proper pre-surgical diagnosis and treatment planning, appreciation of correct vertical dimension and occlusal control, pre-surgical prosthetic fabrication of the restorative components, surgical guidance to insure suitable fixation and immobility of the implant. The diagnostic phase is the foundation for successful implementation.

The advent of new Cone Beam CT (CBCT) scan technology, and especially the i-CAT machine, has been a major factor in removing many of the barriers associated with the use of CT scan imaging, making it a simple for clinicians to almost instantly gain the most relevant information for the patient’s treatment and benefit.

This presentation will cover concepts regarding the diagnostic power of the technology, for appreciating unanticipated pathology, impacted teeth, bone grafting applications, and implant evaluation and placement. Dr. Ganz’s “Triangle of Bone” TM concept will be illustrated as an important decision-making tool, correctly defining available anatomy as an aid in locating implant and/or bone graft receptor sites. Additionally, state-of-the art tools will be presented for improved diagnosis, and treatment planning to achieve true restoratively driven implant dentistry. Clinicians attending this program will gain an in depth understanding of this exciting technology, and how it will impact the future of dentistry for years to come.

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Why CBCT for Implant Planning?

Dr. Terry Myers

CT Technology has changed the face of medical diagnostics. In recent years, dentists have taken advantage of CT for implant procedures. With the advent of Cone Beam CT and the availability of in-office Cone Beam systems, there is a renewed focus on 3-D radiography’s use for guided surgical techniques. As more clinicians move from 2-D to 3-D imaging, they seek information on how to safely and efficiently use the technology. This webinar presentation will illustrate how CBCT can be used in the everyday practice for diagnosis and planning for dental implants, thus taking the guess work out of the treatment. Additionally, it will offer insights on how CBCT can be a most effective communication and internal marketing tool, creating greater patient understanding, appreciation and loyalty.

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3-D for the General Dentist

Dr. John Flucke

Think Cone Beam technology is just for specialists? Think again! Dr. John Flucke, practicing dentist and leading dental technology educator, shares his experiences on the benefits of this amazing technology for the general practice, including cases that involve oral surgery, minor ortho, implant placement, endodontic evaluation, fracture detection, and TMD associated with facial pain. Along with treatment advantages, 3-D scans allow the dentist to gain precise knowledge on the patient’s anatomy to make a more informed decision on when to treat and when to refer—and since they’re digital, scans easily aid in communication among colleagues. Dr. Flucke also conveys insights on how the general dentist can become the quarterback in a teamwork approach.

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