Unlocking The Benefits of Digital Prosthetics
BPS-Your key to digital success
The efficiencies of digital design and manufacture (CAD/CAM) within the field of dental prosthetics, is well documented and proven to be a viable option in the provision of high quality restorations for patients.
Having a reliable pathway to transition from a familiar analogue workflow into a digital platform, whilst maintaining familiar clinical procedures, is critical.
The link between BPS Clinical/Technical procedures and the Ivoclar Digital Denture Platform in partnership with 3shape, will be explored and explained in this live 90-minute webinar with Mr David Smith, NSW Prosthetist.
David, a BPS Clinical/Technical /SEMCD Instructor, made the transition to a complete digital workflow four years ago. He has embraced the journey at his two Prosthetic Practices and supporting laboratory, and continues to thrive and benefit in this new and (sometimes) challenging
- Why clinical proficiency is the important link to successful digital outcomes
- BPS Clinical/Technical Workflows highlighted
- Why proven materials are important
- The relationship between BPS Analogue/Digital
The session will conclude with a Q&A session.
Graduating as a Dental Technician in 1986, then as a Dental Prosthetist in 1993, David’s fascination for Dental Prosthetics has fuelled his
desire to keep advancing his skills.
He has travelled nationally and internationally to obtain knowledge from some of the great minds in the Dental Profession.
Highlights for David
include being endorsed by Ivoclar Vivadent in Schaan, Liechtenstein as a BPS Clinical/Technical Instructor, and by Dr Jiro Abe, Japan as a SEMCD Clinical and Technical Instructor.
David divides his time between treating patients and teaching Dental Professionals the advanced techniques of BPS and SEMCD in his Byron Hinterland Practice located in Mullumbimby, Northern New South Wales.