9 & Dine: Understanding New Paradigms in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in a 3-D Digital World: Dental Implants and More with Dr. Scott Ganz


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Dental implantology has continued to evolve as a result of technological advances in digital imaging modalities. Increased computing power provided continued development of interactive treatment planning software and links to CAD CAM and stereolithography applications which could be used to increase the clinician’s ability to diagnose the individual presentation of each patient...


  • Date: 5/13/2020 02:00 PM - 4/13/2020 08:30 PM
  • Location: Wayne, NJ, USA (Map)
  • More Info: 7 Osborne Terrace, Wayne, New Jersey, United States

Description

The diagnostic process has been further enhanced through incorporation of digitized patient information from intra-oral scanning or desktop optical scanners. As defined by Ganz and Rinaldi, 3-D imaging for guided surgery has three different categories; (1) diagnostic-freehand; (2) template-assisted; and (3) full template guidance. These categories applied originally to the placement of dental implants. A combination of enhanced software applications and proliferation of low-cost 3-D printing modalities has provided clinicians with a foundation to develop improved solutions for surgical guides beyond the conventional dental implant procedures including fabricating sinus lift guides, harvest guides, and more. These concepts will be the focus of this presentation, including static and dynamic navigation solutions.The diagnostic process has been further enhanced through incorporation of digitized patient information from intra-oral scanning or desktop optical scanners. As defined by Ganz and Rinaldi, 3-D imaging for guided surgery has three different categories; (1) diagnostic-freehand; (2) template-assisted; and (3) full template guidance. These categories applied originally to the placement of dental implants. A combination of enhanced software applications and proliferation of low-cost 3-D printing modalities has provided clinicians with a foundation to develop improved solutions for surgical guides beyond the conventional dental implant procedures including fabricating sinus lift guides, harvest guides, and more. These concepts will be the focus of this presentation, including static and dynamic navigation solutions.


Learning Objectives

  • To demonstrate the importance of 3-D imaging and proper diagnosis
  • To demonstrate how to plan for dental implant placement and bone grafting procedures
  • To demonstrate the use of 3-D printing for the fabrication of advanced surgical guides

Agenda

Golf: 2 pm – 5 pm
Dinner/Lecture: 5:30 pm — 8:30 pm


Speaker

Dr. Scott D. Ganz, DDS


Fee

Early Bird Registration: $199  (by 4/13/20)
After April 13: $249
Lecture/Dinner only: $99