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Zirlux Acetal, The Millable Super-Material with Kris Schermerhorn, CDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
8am – 9am CST

Are you looking to power new, highly profitable growth in the removable department? Today’s dentists are increasingly prescribing metal-free, removable partial dentures. With Zirlux Acetal, a 99.9% pure, highly crystalline millable thermoplastic, you can offer them digitally produced, tooth-borne frameworks. Kris Schermerhorn, CDT, takes you step-by-step through the Zirlux Acetal digital workflow, including partial denture frameworks, provisional crowns and bridges, bite splints and cosmetic smile enhancers.

CE Credits 1


 

Advanced Zirlux Acetal Case Design: Smile Enhancement Appliances, Implants with Kris Schermerhorn, CDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
9am – 10am CST

Learn about the design and creation of smile enhancement appliances and unilaterals for Implants. Kris will demonstrate how to design, next and mill RPD’s using Zirlux Acetal resin discs as well as how to finish and polish the final product.

CE Credits: 1


 

The Revolution of Esthetics with Katana Zirconia Multi-layered with Jean Chiha

Friday, February 23, 2018
9am – 10am CST

Jean Chiha, CDT, discusses how technology can enhance your workflow and the importance of choosing the right zirconia for the right case. Learn the protocols of finishing zirconia in the green state, sintering and the art of hand polishing and glazing.

CE Credits: 1


 

Table Clinic: Noritake Katana & Elite Canvas Micro Layering Technique with Edgar Munoz, DTG

Friday, February 23, 2018
10am – 11am CST

Edgar Munoz, DTG, demonstrates his advanced micro-layering techniques for lifelike esthetics. He also shows how to take restorations to the next level using the Noritake CZR porcelain system and Katana zirconia, and how to progress from green-state contouring through the final details of micro-layering.

CE Credits: 1


 

The Current State of Digital Dentures with Vincent Verderosa, CDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
10am – 11am CST

Finally, digital dentures have become a viable alternative to conventional production methods. Vincent Verderosa, CDT, covers several workflows for digital denture design and fabrication protocols, and new technologies for both partial and full dentures. He also discusses digitally fabricated economy and high-end solutions, materials, 3D printing and milling dentures.

CE Credits: 1


 

Elements of Successful Sintering: Don’t Get Burned with Pam Hanneman 

Friday, February 23, 2018
11am – 12pm CST

Is your sintering furnace working to its full potential? Pamela Hanneman, CDT, covers the importance of proper maintenance techniques to achieve a reliable, esthetic result. Leave with a deeper understanding of how to calibrate and purge your furnace to prevent you from getting burned.

CE Credits: 1


 

Table Clinic: Taking Your Implants Digital with John Ackley & Ian O’Neill

Friday, February 23, 2018
11am – 12pm CST

The digital revolution has occurred and now we’re in the midst of the digital evolution. John Ackley and Ian O’Neill demonstrate the procedures needed to move your daily implant production into your digital workflow. Learn how downloading DME files, importing an intraoral scan, model creation, abutment and screw-retained crown design, and abutment selection can create efficiencies in your digital workflow. He also discusses associated CAM procedures and post processing.

CE Credits: 1


 

Anterior Biomimetrics with GC LiSi Press with Bill Marais, RDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
12pm – 1pm CST

 

Achieve lifelike restorations with LISI Press and explain the exciting options of enamel replacement. LISI ingots making Anterior Biomimetics very predictable.

CE Credits: 1


 

A Revolutionary Digital Implant with John Ackley 

Friday, February 23, 2018
1pm – 2pm CST

Learn how to implement and streamline your digital process for implant cases. Discover the benefits of using components that standardize not only your workflow but also your cost. Learn about why using components that are FDA compliant create piece of mind. A variety of applications are available and let us explore what is best for your current workflow and how you may want to transition into a new and better process for your Implant cases.

CE Credits: 1


 

Green-state Contouring & Shading of Long Span Screw Retained Full ZR Bridge with Pam Hanneman, CDT 

Friday, February 23, 2018
1pm – 2pm CST

Clinic Pamela Hanneman, CDT, takes you from milling to sintering on a screw-retained zirconia bridge. She covers her preferred tools for making green-state adjustments and creating esthetic contours, basic and advanced techniques when pre-sinter staining large cases, and the importance of using proper parameters to ensure your restoration sintered safely the first time.

CE Credits: 1


 

Table Clinic: Taking Your Implants Digital with John Ackley

Friday, February 23, 2018
2pm – 3pm CST

Clinic The digital revolution has occurred and now we’re in the midst of the digital evolution. John Ackley and Ian O’Neill demonstrate the procedures needed to move your daily implant production into your digital workflow. Learn how downloading DME files, importing an intraoral scan, model creation, abutment and screw-retained crown design, and abutment selection can create efficiencies in your digital workflow. He also discusses associated CAM procedures and post processing.

CE Credits: 1


 

Zirconia Vs. Zirconia: Endless Possibilities with Alexander Wuensche, CDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
2pm – 3pm CST

This lecture gives a detailed insight into the differences of available Zirconia types, from traditional high opacity up to modern high translucent zirconia. Combinations with high performance polymers will be covered as well as differences in software applications and milling capabilities and a variety of milling strategies and sinter protocols. From design with the proper software,nesting,milling and post-sinter treatment. Alexander is going to give a detailed insight in these workflows.

CE Credits: 1


 

Zirlux Restorations Complete Characterization Techniques with Pam Hanneman

Friday, February 23, 2018
3pm – 4pm CST

Let your characterization techniques render final restorations that showcase artistry and esthetics. Pamela Hanneman, CDT, shows how to maximize production processes by using her favorite tools of the trade for adjusting sintered zirconia safely. She also reviews preparing ZR surfaces for stain and glaze.

CE Credits: 1


 

Table Clinic: The LiSi Revolution with John McMillian

Friday, February 23, 2018
3pm – 4pm CST

Join Zahn for a hands-on demonstration of how to use the GC LiSi family of products to create highly esthetic restorations you can use in your laboratory. John will take us through different techniques to create the esthetics we aim for every day with each restoration.

CE Credits: 1


 

Table Clinic: Characterize Your Zirlux Restoration with Pam Hanneman, CDT

Friday, February 23, 2018
4pm – 4:45pm CST

Clinic Pamela Hanneman, CDT, demonstrates step-by-step characterization techniques for developing your final restorations into masterpieces of artistry and natural esthetics. She reviews artisan techniques that are practical and maximize time for better production flow, covers a few favorite tools of the trade for adjusting sintered zirconia, and discusses preparing ZR surfaces for stain and glaze.

CE Credits: 1


 

 

3D Printing, Fixed and Removable Indications, New Printers and Technology with Sam Wainwright

Friday, February 23, 2018
4pm – 5pm CST

Through advances in technology, materials and indications, 3D printing is now viable for all labs, including removable labs. Sam Wainwright covers new indications, materials and best-in-class 3D printer technology. He also discusses 3D printing workflow and what makes the new generation of 3D printers a great tool for any laboratory.

CE Credits: 1


 

 

A Revolutionary Digital Implant Restorative System with John Ackley 

Saturday, February 24, 2018
8am – 9am CST

Learn how to implement and streamline your digital process for implant cases. Discover the benefits of using components that standardize not only your workflow but also your cost. Learn about why using components that are FDA compliant create piece of mind. A variety of applications are available and let us explore what is best for your current workflow and how you may want to transition into a new and better process for your Implant cases.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Restoring the Edentulous Patient with Implant Supported Digital Solutions with Daniel Alter, CDT

Saturday, February 24, 2018
9am – 10am CST

Daniel Alter, MSC, MDT, CDT, discusses the protocols and digital workflows necessary to design a monolithic, implant-supported zirconia bridge and overdenture bar using 3Shape CAD technologies. Learn how to tap into opportunities in order to grow this lucrative segment of your business, bottom line and clientele.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Table Clinic: Taking Your Implants Digital with John Ackley & Ian O’Neill

Saturday, February 24, 2018
9am – 10am CST

Clinic The digital revolution has occurred and now we’re in the midst of the digital evolution. John Ackley and Ian O’Neill demonstrate the procedures needed to move your daily implant production into your digital workflow. Learn how downloading DME files, importing an intraoral scan, model creation, abutment and screw-retained crown design, and abutment selection can create efficiencies in your digital workflow. He also discusses associated CAM procedures and post processing.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Table Clinic: Noritake Katana & Elite Canvas Micro Layering with Edgar Munoz

Saturday, February 24, 2018
1pm – 2pm CST

Clinic

Description: Join Edgar and learn his techniques on life like esthetics using the most advanced micro layering techniques. Take you restoration to the next level using by combing techniques with the Noritake CZR porcelain system and Katana zirconia. Progress from green state contouring through the final details of micro layering.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Down to Earth Application for Out of This World Zirconia Restorations with Lucas Lammott, CDT

Saturday, February 24, 2018
10am – 11am CST

Lucas Lammott, CDT Owner of M31 Dental Studio will cover 3 cases utilizing three different Amann Girrbach Zirconia materials including the new Zolid HT+. He will explain his choice of material application and fabrication techniques for highly aesthetic Zirconia restorations.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

The Current State of Digital Dentures with Vincent Verderosa, CDT

Saturday, February 24, 2018
11am – 12pm CST

Finally, digital dentures have become a viable alternative to conventional production methods. Vincent Verderosa, CDT, covers several workflows for digital denture design and fabrication protocols, and new technologies for both partial and full dentures. He also discusses digitally fabricated economy and high-end solutions, materials, 3D printing and milling dentures.

CE Credits: 1


 

 

Table Clinic: Characterize Your Zirlux Restoration with Pam Hanneman, CDT

Saturday, February 24, 2018
11am – 12pm CST

Clinic

Pamela Hanneman, CDT, demonstrates step-by-step characterization techniques for developing your final restorations into masterpieces of artistry and natural esthetics. She reviews artisan techniques that are practical and maximize time for better production flow, covers a few favorite tools of the trade for adjusting sintered zirconia, and discusses preparing ZR surfaces for stain and glaze.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Noritake Katana & Elite Canvas Micro-layering Technique with Edgar Munoz, DTG

Saturday, February 24, 2018
1pm – 2pm CST

Edgar Munoz, DTG, demonstrates his advanced micro-layering techniques for lifelike esthetics. He also shows how to take restorations to the next level using the Noritake CZR porcelain system and Katana zirconia, and how to progress from green-state contouring through the final details of micro-layering.

CE Credits: 1 

 

 

Green State Contouring & Shading a Long Span Screw Retained Full ZR Bridge with Pam Hanneman, CDT

Saturday, February 24, 2018
2pm – 3pm CST

Clinic

Pamela Hanneman, CDT, takes you from milling to sintering on a screw-retained zirconia bridge. She covers her preferred tools for making green-state adjustments and creating esthetic contours, basic and advanced techniques when pre-sinter staining large cases, and the importance of using proper parameters to ensure your restoration sintered safely the first time.

CE Credits:1

 

 

Advanced Zirlux Acetal Case Design: Smile Enhancement Appliances, Implants with Kris Schermerhorn. CDT 

Saturday, February 24, 2018
2pm – 3pm CST

Learn about the design and creation of smile enhancement appliances and unilaterals for Implants. Kris will demonstrate how to design, next and mill RPD’s using Zirlux Acetal resin discs as well as how to finish and polish the final product.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

 

3D Printing, Fixed and Removable Indications, New Printers and Technology with Sam Wainwright

Saturday, February 24, 2018
2pm – 3pm CST

Through advances in technology, materials and indications, 3D printing is now viable for all labs, including removable labs. Sam Wainwright covers new indications, materials and best-in-class 3D printer technology. He also discusses 3D printing workflow and what makes the new generation of 3D printers a great tool for any laboratory.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Table Clinic: GC LiSi Family Demonstration

Saturday, February 24, 2018
3pm – 4pm CST

See Joshua Fitzgerald, CDT, TE. take you through the efficiencies of the GC LiSi workflow and how it benefits your labs bottom line. He will demonstrate proper wax-up and spruing techniques, easy and safe ways of divesting and the process of cut-back layering and staining to achieve superior esthetics.

CE Credits: 1

 

 

Zirlux Restorations Complete Characterization Techniques with Pam Hanneman, CDT 

Saturday, February 24, 2018
3pm – 4pm CST

Let your characterization techniques develop into final restorations that showcase fine artistry and esthetics. Let us show you how to maximize production processes by utilizing favorite tools of the trade for adjusting sintered zirconia safely. Now, let’s bring that case to life by reviewing preparation of your ZR surfaces for stain and glaze. Let your inner artist shine!

CE Credits: 1

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