Material Based Scans vs. Full-Arch IOS: Are We There Yet?
Martin Wanendeya, BDS, DipImpDent RCS (Eng)
Thursday, Nov. 3
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. CT
The introduction of intraoral scans and new digital technology over the years has brought much change. One subject that is often debated is the use of intraoral scans for full-arch implant restorations. The volume of research in digital dentistry is increasing exponentially and can be confusing. This presentation will review current techniques and research and provide insight into the current state of analogue vs. digital for full-arch restorations
At the conclusion of this session, attendees should be able to:
- Justify the advantages of using digital dentistry to plan and place full-arch implants.
- Recognize the benefits to the patient, lab, and dentist in incorporating digital workflows in practice.
- Identify possible current and future workflows for full-arch implant dentistry by analyzing the current literature.
Biography: Dr. Wanendeya graduated from the University of Bristol in 1995. Since 2004 he has been a partner at Ten Dental, an interdisciplinary specialist referral practice in Clapham, south London where his work is limited to implant and esthetic dentistry. He was awarded the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons, England at the advanced level and he is a tutor on the same program. He is a lecturer at the University of Frankfurt. He is a full member of the British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry. He has a special interest in digital implant dentistry and digital smile design and has lectured internationally on all aspects of implant dentistry.