End to End Digital Restorative Workflow using NeoScan 1000
Demonstration of clinical and laboratory digital workflow for the manufacture of a single unit, screw-retained implant crown to replace an upper right first molar tooth.
This clinically focused webinar will demonstrate a step-by-step workflow that can be used easily and routinely in most clinical scenarios for the manufacture of a single unit implant crown. It will demonstrate the ease and speed of digital impression making using the NeoScan 1000 followed using this data in the laboratory to design the final restorations. As well as demonstrating the clinical stages, the webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the laboratory stages including how data is used by ARC (A Neoss Group Company) to manufacture the framework before ceramic layering. The webinar will finish by demonstrating delivery of the prosthesis to highlight the precision of fit that can be routinely achieved with this workflow.
- Demonstrate how to use the NeoScan 1000 intra-oral scanner and software to record digital impressions for the position of a single dental implant in a patient.
- Highlight key steps that are required to ensure accuracy in the digital scanning process
- Demonstrate how to send the acquire scan data to a partner laboratory and how this data is used to design a screw retained crown using CAD software
- Provide an understanding of the steps involved in manufacturing of the restoration framework at ARC
- Provide a simple, repeatable protocol to ensure accuracy of fit when delivering an implant crown for a patient