Session 4: Computer Guided Surgery: Myth or Real Innovation?

  1. Gain the ability to utilize CBCT to diagnose and virtually treatment plan your implant patient
  2. Differences between 2-D and 3-D Radiography on the same pathologic cases: what are the different systems able to show and what not
  3. Major technical differences between the actual CT and CBCT-systems and the influence of these aspects in picture quality and diagnostic possibilities
  4. Integration of CBCT in other systems: present possibilities and new systems in development: a outlook to the near future
  5. Outline the technologies that are intimately integrated in clinical digital dentistry
  6. Demonstrate how a detailed computer guided digital work flow is optimized in clinical practice
  7. Knowing the different terms of precision according to the guided surgery systems
  8. Advanced applications in implantology including 3D visualization measuring bone plate thicknesses, soft tissue thickness and biotype in non-invasive methods using lip-roll or lip-lift techniques
  9. To define the role of optical scanners and how the can be stitched with the CBCT files to plan complex restorations
  10. Digital treatment planning using merged datasets, guided implant surgery, and CADCAM restorative design
  11. The thoughtful application of these technologies to a patient’s specific needs

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