16th MegaGen International Symposium in New York in 2023

April 21
April 22
New York Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway
New York NY 10036
United States
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16th MegaGen
International Symposium
in New York

Dentistry Wears Digital; Discover the New Success Criterias

The long-awaited #MegaGen congress includes an exhibition area and a dynamic mix of lecture and workshop sessions, as well as an exclusive dinner and a breathtaking party!

This International Symposium will be held in
New York from April 21st to April 22nd

Morning Workshop
April 20, 2023 | 10:00am - 1:00pm
Wearing Digital: Workshops to Incorporate or Optimize Your Digital Practice

 Dr. Diego Lops | 10:00am - 1:00pm
1) Theory: will be explained step by step each parameter to place an implant (immediate post extractive) correctly in 3D orientation and the respective prosthetic strategies of rehabilitation. mainly, attention will be dedicated to how to create and plan a correct prosthetic emergence profile in esthetic zone. 
2) Hands-on: an implant will be placed in a model reproducing a post-exo clinical situation. the 3d position will be following the indication of the theoretical part. a digital impression of the implant will be taken and the stl file will be processed.
3) STL files will be used by the dental technician that will create by describing step by step a digital customized emergence profile in 2 order to create the ideal transition zone

Learning Objectives:
● Understand detailed workflows for digital treatment planning via software with a focus on emergence profiles in the esthetic zone
● Practice taking a digital impression after implant placement into a typodont model
● Learn how to work with dental labs to create a customized digital emergence profile

Subject Code: 690

Dr. Manuel Waldmeyer | 10:00am - 1:00pm
Digital dentistry has already ensured the creation of fixed tooth-supported dentures with Cerec© in many of our practices. But do you use the full potential of your Cerec© system for implantology withMegaGen implants? Did you know that you can easily and inexpensively create surgical guides for the R2Gate Surgical Kit with the Cerec© system? If you want to learn how to create your own surgical guides, occlusal screw-retained implant crowns and 3d printed models, this is your course!In this lecture and hands-on seminar, particular emphasis should be placed on the practical aspects, so that you can get started on the Monday after the lecture. We will design, drill, glue and 3d print - let's start our exciting journey!
Learning Objectives:
● Easily design and fabricate surgical guides using popular CAD/CAM technology
● Master workflows using surgical guides

Subject Code: 310

Dr. Rokas Kuprys  Dr. Gertruda Sudziute  10:00am- 1:00pm
During the course we will share our knowledge and knowhow in digital dentistry starting from the treatment plan and finishing with the final outcome. Nowadays, the pace of life is very high and our aim is to fulfil the needs of our patients. Digital dentistry allows us to do the best possible treatment in the shortest possible time. In order to get predictable outcome, we have to use the best possible materials in the market. For that purpose we use R2Gate. Every professional should clearly know the materials and protocol how to work with them. In the course we will discuss team workflow starting from consultation till the final outcome, R2Gate system, implant designs, the main safe immediate loading criteria, guides and prosthesis types and how to choose them. Inevitably in every step we face the challenges and complications may occur. Switching from analog to digital, our aim is to know how to solve any possible complications and finish the work as it was planned. During the hands on part, the participants will be able to do all the stackable guides and immediate loading workflow step by step on the models.
Learning Objectives:
● Design and create stackable guides for immediate implant placement
● Comprehend the team workflow from consultation to final outcome
● Learn how to use the stackable guides in clinical setting

Subject Code: 690

 Prof. JinYoung Choi | 10:00am - 1:00pm
The success of orthognathic surgery is dependent on good surgical technique as well as accurate surgical planning. Conventional surgical planning of orthognathic surgery consists of cephalometric analysis, mock surgery, face-bow transfer, bite wax recording, mounting of models into a semiadjustable articulator, and model surgery.

Despite of relative good results, conventional techniques in orthognathic surgery have shown some difficulties such as
1. Tedious laboratory works and errors 
2. Experience-based positioning of proximal segment
3. Quantitative analysis in treatment planning of facial asymmetry.
Nowadays virtual surgical planning (VSP) and computer-aided design andcomputer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technique, which represents a paradigm shift in surgical planning for orthognathic surgery, can allow surgeons to overcome most of the above-mentioned limitations. In other words, it is now possible to virtually position each bone segment as planned and fabricate surgical wafers and customized plates using three dimensional (3D) printing and advanced milling technologies. In Seoul National University Dental Hospital, Facegide® and custom plate system have been applied in orthognathic surgery and facial bone restoration since 2018, giving us experience of more than 400 cases with this system.Facegide® and custom plate system consists of four surgical stents with indented occlusion, four L-shaped custom plates for the maxilla, and two custom plates for the mandible which can be applied like conventional ready made plates, intermediate and final wafer.

Learning objectives:

  • Introduce and discuss advantages of facegide assisted orthognathic surgery
  • Present possible indications of PSI and cases of facial bone defect restioration using PSI
5. Sinusfloor Elevation, Digitally Prepared, When To Do Lateral Window and When to Do Crestal Sinusfloor Elevation by Use of Densah Drills

Dr. Irfan Abas | 10:00am - 1:00pm
Dental implants have been a proven treatment modality for failing or missing teeth. Although most teeth have enough vertical alveolar bone, this might not be the case from the second premolar to the second molar in the maxilla. Due to the pneumatization of the Schneiderian membrane the maxillary sinus can take up vertical space. That in combination with vertical resorption after extraction can lead up to limited vertical bone. There are different strategies to overcome this situation, which can be: the placement of shortimplants, doing a sinus floor elevation with a lateral window technique or performing a crestal sinusfloor elevation with the Summers technique. A more novel technique is to densify the bone crestally or even a crestal sinusfloor elevation with Densah drills. This workshop will focus on a clear strategy on beforehand and evien
ce-based decision making for choosing the right technique. All the different techniques will be explained step by step and a hands-on training of performing a lateral sinusfloor elevation with piezo and performing a crestal sinusfloor elevation with Densah drills, will be offered.
Learning Objectives:
● Comprehend different treatment planning protocols for placing implants in the maxillary posterior with verticial alveolar deficiencies
● Execution of three treatment protocols with minimal bone height under the maxillary sinus: short implants, lateral sinus floor elevation using piezosurgical technologies, and transcrestal augmentation through densification

Subject Code: 690

Afternoon Workshop
April 20, 2023 | 2:00pm - 6:30pm
Wearing Digital: Workshops to Incorporate or Optimize Your Digital Practice

Dr. Rhoodie Garrana | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
This workshop session will deal with all aspects of developing the soft tissue in single implant sites to create natural and anatomically accurate restorations. Key aspects to be covered will be soft tissue grafting around implants, Partial Extraction Therapy (PET), the development of the emergence profile using standard healing abutments, anatomical preformed abutments, lab-made custom abutments and chair side custom abutments. Furthermore, the session will deal with immediate provisionalisation of implants using Prosthetic materials and the patient’s own tooth.
Learning Objective:
● Soft Tissue Development using Megagen Anatomical Abutments and the Digital Interface

Dr. Jeff Li    Dr. Sang Woo Ham 
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Immediate implant therapy in the aesthetic zone is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding disciplines in dentistry. The ultimate goal to mimic nature and biology leads to an important understanding and execution of complete preservation of both soft and hard tissues. Although various techniques and materials have been introduced for improved outcomes, the Socket Shield technique has risen to the top as the GOLD standard in true biologic preservation. This focused lecture and hands-on workshop will cover key concepts of Socket Shield technique including rationale, treatment planning, and step-by-step surgical and prosthetic protocols to yield the most natural and healthy implant outcomes in the aesthetic zone. This session will also cover how digital workflow with R2Gate can produce consistent outcomes more predictably than ever before.

Learning Objectives:
● Develop proficiency with the socket shield technique
● Understand rationale, treatment planning, and step-by-step surgical and prosthetic protocols to yield the most natural and healthy implant outcomes in the aesthetic zone
● Utilize digital workflows to produce consistent outcomes more predictably

Subject Code: 690

8. New ID Smile: Stackable Surgical Guides Solutions

Dr. Sam Omar  Mr. Cristian Butnarasu

2:00pm - 6:30pm
The Digital implantology workflows available today allow us to do the best, Most predictable full mouth treatments in the shortest time possible. And for this reason we have been working on developing a digital protocol for full mouth One-Day rehabilitations.
During the course we will share our new Full mouth implant rehabilitation workflow starting from Digital planning to surgery execution & final prosthetics utilizing state of the Art Stackable guides technology “New ID Smile” Surgical guides.

The workflow discusses will cover:
Planning protocols using R2Gate system, creating a virtual patient for better plan visualization and patient communication, step by step surgical protocol, when to and when not to do bone reduction, immediate load using the pickup technique and a simplified scanning protocol for the final restoration using the temp as a reference for vertical and CR.
During the hands on part, the participants will be able to do all the “New ID Smile” stackable guides and immediate loading workflow step by step on the models.


Learning Objectives:
● Newest Full mouth Implant rehabilitation guided workflows and Safe immediate loading criteria
● Virtual Patient Concept for digital planning
● All on 4 vs All on 6
● Implant positions selection criteria for predictable Immediate load
● Determining Final prosthesis type FP1, FP2, FP3
● NEW ID Smile protocol for Stackable Surgical guides

Subject Code: 690

 Dr. Jin Kim.                      Dr. John Ku

2:00pm - 5:00pm
Are you ready to jump into the Digital World? Can this dive be worthwhile and genuinely improve my productivity? How can the digital workflow improve my diagnosis, enhance treatment planning and enable me to execute simple to full arch and complex rehabilitations? A seasoned periodontist, Dr. Jin Y Kim, and a dynamic digital generation clinician, Dr. John Ku, will guide you through the maze where advanced modern implantology meets the digital horizon.

Learning Objective:
● Learn how to implement digital workflows to improve diagnoses, enhance treatment planning, and enable execution of various cases from simple to full arch and complex rehabilitations.

Subject Codes:
● 690 Implants 
● 149 Multi-disciplinary topics 
● 490 Periodontics 
● 780 Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr. Isaac Tawil

2:00pm - 5:00pm

There is a new paradigm shift in osteotomy development. Scalloping and shaping bone allows for proper emergence profiling and enhances soft tissue architecture. This course will provide the participants with the practical knowledge, equipment and skills in biological implant preparation. From single to full arch placements, this course will discuss esthetic scalloping of hard and soft tissue to proper configuration and predictable osteotomies in all areas of surgical interest. Additionally, this course will provide breakthrough fully digital workflow for full arch dental implant restorations. This 2 visit process for full arch metal free zirconia restorations utilizes technology called grammetery, the photogrammetry alternative. Grammetry is a comprehensive surgical and restorative solution that offers a very similar and straightforward process with a significantly reduced cost and allows the use of existing IOS or desktop scanners. The scans are utilized to order files to print in office, or to have the laboratory quickly produce pre surgical or restorative coping-free prosthetics. The course will have a hands on component for both surgical drilling and the grammetry workflow.


Learning Objective:
● Understand and implement the advantages of scalloping hard and soft tissues for proper configuration and predictable osteotomies for all implant surgeries
Subject Code: 690

Main Symposium Day 1
April 21, 2023 | 12:00pm - 6:00pm
The present and future of digital transformation in dentistry

The Future of Intelligent and Predictable Digital Dentistry

 Dr. Kyle Stanley | 12:00pm - 12:30pm
New dental technologies are rising, from AI and digital scanning to robotics and more! What does this mean for the future of implantology? Dr. Stanley will discuss new trends in implantology and what will soon be the standard of care in clinics worldwide and how they can make us more predictable and more successful. Repeatedly, we see K-Culture working its way into the pop culture around the world and dentistry is no different. This lecture will showcase why Korean brands continue to innovate and showcase new technology!

 Prof. Thomas Han  Dr. Jongcheol Kim

 Dr. Jin Choe                Dr. Yongjin Kim

 Dr. Kiwon Na               Dr. Yoonhyung Yi

 Prof. Young K. Kim

12:30pm - 1:50pm
The most prominent changes in dentistry that is happening right now is digital transformation. For the digital transformation, several equipment and programs should be prepared. A lot of intraoral scanners, milling machines and 3D printers have been introduced in the market. In addition, many different techniques and methods have been introduced and applied. However, there is no consensus about digital dentistry until now. For that reason, so many dentists are confused about all the different digital techniques in these days. How to apply digital dentistry and what to do according to various clinical situations may be main questions.

Recently, large FOV CBCT with face scanner has been developed and introduced. By using R2GATE software, virtual patient can be created based on CT & face scan data. With this virtual patient, we can start digital dentistry from diagnosis and planning.

Through this presentation, we would like to review and discuss our experiences about digital dentistry. Finally, we will give our guidelines about digital solutions according to clinical situations from diagnosis to restoration based on our experiences.

1:50pm - 2:30pm

 Prof. Thomas Han Dr. Jongcheol Kim

 Dr. Jin Choe                Dr. Yongjin Kim

 Dr. Kiwon Na               Dr. Yoonhyung Yi

 Prof. Young K. Kim

2:30pm - 4:10pm
The most prominent changes in dentistry that is happening right now is digital transformation. For the digital transformation, several equipment and programs should be prepared. A lot of intraoral scanners, milling machines and 3D printers have been introduced in the market. In addition, many different techniques and methods have been introduced and applied. However, there is no consensus about digital dentistry until now. For that reason, so many dentists are confused about all the different digital techniques in these days. How to apply digital dentistry and what to do according to various clinical situations may be main questions.

Recently, large FOV CBCT with face scanner has been developed and introduced. By using R2GATE software, virtual patient can be created based on CT & face scan data. With this virtual patient, we can start digital dentistry from diagnosis and planning.

Through this presentation, we would like to review and discuss our experiences about digital dentistry. Finally, we will give our guidelines about digital solutions according to clinical situations from diagnosis to restoration based on our experiences.

4:10pm - 4:50pm

 Dr. Kyle Stanley  Prof. Young K. Kim

4:50pm - 5:10pm
As AI and robotics bring their paradigm-shifting force to bear in dental care, few dentists have been given an honest accounting of how these technologies will actually impact their work––and fewer still have any first-hand experience with it in their practices. This session aims to dispel the myths and mystery around AI and robotics' current utility to dental offices with a boots-on-the-ground look at its real-world impact on the clinical and business operations of practices currently employing the technology.

​Around 6pm

Main Symposium Day 2
April 22, 2023 | 9:00am - 6:30pm
Key factors to successfully incorporate digital into your daily practice

 Dr. Kwangbum Park | 9:00am - 9:30am
New global standard for implant design
Almost 50 years have passed since the Branemark implant system was introduced to Europe and North America, yet implants are still unable to completely replace natural teeth. Thus, our research has specifically focused on understanding biology to develop implant designs that can restore a patient’s original smile and allow a quick recovery.

Most existing implants are impacted by delayed loading protocols and the patient's bone quality. However, the AnyRidge implant (2009) introduced a new paradigm based on a knife thread design that secures the hard and soft tissue thickness with a high initial fixation, regardless of the bone quality. Over 10 years of clinical results have since confirmed the success of the AnyRidge early loading protocol, including enhanced osseointegration due to an additional unique surface treatment that adds Ca ions to the S-L-A surface.

Continuing with this biology-inspired innovation, the more recent BLUEDIAMOND IMPLANT® combines the AnyRidge design success with an improved body strength and new X-Fit connection to provide enduring mechanical stability and long-term clinical safety. In effect, this premium implant harnesses the power of biology to facilitate and support the work of the clinician, while providing the patient with close to natural teeth, both functionally and long-term. 

As a clinician with 40 years of implant experience, I believe that understanding biology is the key for implant innovation and solutions. In reality, most current standard implant designs are unable to provide both patient satisfaction and clinical convenience. Therefore, I am happy to share our exciting long-term clinical results and improved patient satisfaction stemming from our ongoing biology-based implant design innovations. Biology must surely become the clear global standard to power implant design innovation.

 Dr. Salah Huwais | 9:30am - 10:30am
Osseodensification, an evidence-based approach to osteotomy preparation that enhances implant stability and bone density without compromising healing. This lecture will present the biomechanical, histological healing timeline, and clinical short- and long-term data of Osseodensification. It will discuss the clinical effect of bone plasticity and will also cover the clinical versatility of this novel technique including Crestal Sinus Grafting, Ridge Expansion, Immediate Implant Placement with Osseodensification, and Guided Expansion Graft. Several clinical protocols will be outlined.

 Dr. Drik Duddeck | 10:30am - 11:00am
Micron-sized impurities and invisible layers of hydrocarbons on sterile packaged implants have significant biologic consequences. Their presence, despite the best efforts of manufacturers, can prove consequential in implant dentistry. A recent quality assessment study of dental implants conducted in collaboration with Charité University Medicine found an alarming number of factory-related contaminants on what were deemed to be clean medical devices. The particle size of these contaminants, many known to be cytotoxic, ranged to as much as hundreds of micrometers in diameter. Inflammatory processes, varying degrees of bone loss, and implant failure can occur because of these surface impurities causing uncontrolled foreign body reactions. It is our patients who sustain the complications of these surface contaminants such as peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.

Even if sterile packaged, hydrocarbons from the plastic blister deposit on the surface of implants and form a thin layer of only a few nanometers in thickness over time. This layer leads to a decrease in the wettability of the surface and has a negative impact on the osseointegration of the implant. New developed vacuum plasma devices facilitate the removal of these hydrocarbon compounds resulting in bioactivation of the implant and the abutment. In-vitro studies have shown increased protein absorption, osteoblast adhesion and proliferation after vacuum plasma treatment. This lecture will demonstrate the effect of small and minute contaminants, show how dentists can protect themselves and their patients from the use of inferior quality implants and explain the value of bioactivation of dental implants with a chairside vacuum plasma treatment.

11:00am - 11:40am

 Prof. Tomas Linkevičius | 11:40am - 12:20pm

There are obvious reasons why immediate implants should be a common-day practise. Yet, this treatment modality is often demonised and avoided. This must be changed, but that only can happen, if clinicians changes his/hers point of view. Clear advantages of immediate implants include:
1. Maintaining of pre-extraction soft tissue architecture
2. Tooth-like soft tissue profile
3. Less functional problems in posterior implants
4. More aesthetic result in anterior region
5. Faster treatment for patients and dentist

All this much more or sometimes even impossible to achieve with delayed implants.

 Prof. Christian Makary | 12:20pm - 1:00pm

When bone conditions permit it, implant placement should be performed and immediate or early prosthetic loading should be the treatment of choice. This choice of loading protocol is predicated by numerous factors related to both bone environment and choice of implant, since bone density, implant geometry and surgical technique can directly affect implant primary stability. The quest for an implant macro geometry conferring good stability in soft bone while reducing bone compression in hard bone is today of utmost importance to predictably perform accelerated loading protocols. This geometry was recently introduced by adapting implant core diameter to drilling shape and thread diameter to bone density thus allowing the clinician to achieve optimal implant stability in any bone type. Implant shape, thread design and implant surface characteristics will not only confer enhanced primary stability but also maintained stability values during the first critical weeks leading to predictable accelerated loading protocols.

During this presentation, scientific and clinical rationale will be presented to give the clinician an evidence-based approach for implant loading protocol. A special emphasis will be made on the importance of implant macro and micro geometry to fulfill local mechanical and biological conditions for accelerated loading.

 Dr. Chingu Kim | 1:00pm - 1:30pm

With implant treatment becoming a standard modality for edentulous patients, reducing the edentulous period is increasing in importance, which means immediate implant placement and an immediate or early loading protocol, especially in the anterior region. All this requires an implant with a powerful initial stability favorable for early loading, along with an implant thread design and surface characteristics that can significantly contribute to the initial stability in the early healing period.

The Blue Diamond implant system provides a robust primary stability due to its specific thread design and special surface. Plus, its distinctive implant-abutment connection produces a better joint stability and ideal platform design. Therefore, the presented case series explores this brand-new implant system that delivers the best solution for an immediate or early loading protocol.

1:30pm - 2:30pm

 Dr. Laurent Sers | 2:30pm - 3:00pm
The contribution of computer science in implantology is a major technological breakthrough in terms of precision, time saving, data storage, guarantees and customization of work. The Immediate loading concept has to take account of several items as aesthetic and function to be done successfully, but the most important point is to be in accordance with the bone and tissue biology.

The use of digital planning, guided-surgery, Cad Cam and intra oral scanner are perfectly defined and protocoled with satisfactory results. But this Digital workflow must nevertheless be at the service of implant biology, aesthetic and function. Innovative solutions that integrate into the digital flow allow us to better understand the bone and tissue response of our patients, to anticipate the aesthetic result and to provide a perfect function. The innovative technology of guided surgery using stackable guide allows to optimize this treatment.

This aim is to validate an implant treatment using the digital flow, which is certainly easy and fast to realize but especially safe in the long term. 

This presentation describes how to anticipate these 3 fundamental items: biology, aesthetic and function; during the execution of all the elements of the implant chain from the prosthetic project and the surgical phase to the final prosthetic realization for a better result in terms of predictability, durability

 Dr. Jongcheol Kim | 3:00pm - 4:00pm

With the advance and development of mechanics and programs, it is now possible to build a virtual patient in order to diagnose, mock trials, and build devices that allow the mock trials to be possible in real life. This innovation was able to be established due to the technical idea of being able to merge CT, once thought to be used only for visualization, with digitalized model file (STL) and use the mock trial results on the CAD/CAM system right away. As a result now it is possible to do diverse representative guide surgeries using the implant guide. Nowadays it has become more advanced to the point where 3D facial data obtained by the facial scanner is merged with CT to create a “Dental Avatar” for clinical use. The ability to create a Digital Dental Avatar with the patient’s information of the bone, soft tissue and emotion/characteristic, and using a software program to mock trial, provides us - clinicians with more objective and intuitive information than what were provided in the analogue era. It’s worth is especially appreciated during the diagnosis and treatment planning phase. Additionally, in proportion to the clinicians imagination, diverse devices and prosthesis can be designed, to allow the process from diagnosis up to the delivery of the final prosthesis to occur in one continuous flow using Digital Dentistry. Therefore, in this presentation, we will share the modern trends of Digital Dentistry, and discuss how as Dentists, we can utilize it appropriately.

4:00pm - 4:40pm

 Dr. Kanyon Keeney | 4:40pm - 5:20pm

There are more than 80 million people in the United States that are either edentulous or with a terminal dentition. With this comes immense opportunities to change our patients’ lives and bring significant revenue to your practice! To make this happen, you need to get these patients to choose your practice, convince them to undergo the treatment that they need, and then execute that treatment in a clinically excellent, efficient, and profitable manner.

Exquisite clinical outcomes are possible with both digital as well as analog treatment workflows.

Successful treatment requires the practitioner to understand the various protocols available, and to choose one to efficiently deliver the treatment that the patient needs in less time and with fewer complications. This lecture will briefly explore aspects of a successful full arch practice from the “art, science and business” model perspective.

 Dr. Mark Kwon | 5:20pm - 6:00pm

Full arch therapy... the ‘FINAL FRONTIER’ of Implantology... where many of us travelled, yet still looking for better directions. Many modality have been incorporated over the past several decades which include removable locator over dentures, bar-over dentures, and of course the most demanding full arch fixed solutions. At present, AllonX concept dominates the market. With its simplicity in planning and surgical execution, it is no surprise that this concept has paved the way for many of us, implant surgeons. As a result, some of us have incorporated ‘All on x’, immediate loading concept, as one of our ‘go to’ solution for majority of our full arch fixed therapies. However... it comes at one cost... BONE REDUCTION. 

With advancement in digital technologies, we now can Plan and Execute both stages of surgery and prosthetics to achieve most biologically-driven, minimally invasive full-arch therapy. Welcome to the world of NBR (No Bone Reduction) FP1, the Next Evolution in Fixed Full Arch Therapy.

 Dr. Isaac Tawil | 6:00pm - 6:30pm

The success of Photogrammetry has paved the way for expedited fully digital prosthetic workflow. However, costs and availability of units has encouraged the digital community to find alternative approaches to digital full arch solutions. With the advent Grammetry, doctors can now utilize a fully digital, communication-and-records workflow to order full arch prostheses at a significantly reduced costs all with the use of intra-oral scanning. The Grammetry solution replaces the need for photogrammetry scanners by utilizing a combination decades-proven processes with Medit IOS or desktop top scanner acquisition. This breakthrough process and scanner is a game-changer in full arch surgery for free-handed, guided, and navigation surgical procedures, allowing the doctor to use existing scanners to capture in just a few scans. The flexibility of Medit Scan for clinics has enabled for a steady capture of all the necessary scans for this full arch workflow. These scans are utilized to order files to print in the office or to have the laboratory quickly produce pre-surgical or restorative coping-free prosthetics.

Learning Objectives:

-Learn about and work with the Grammetry componentry to quickly acquire the knowledge to implement 
-Learn the analog and digital process that makes this system superior to photogrammetry 
-Discover the micron-level scanning possibilities that MEDIT IOS and lab scanners provide 
-Discover the versatility, benefits and features of Medit scan for clinics software for the full arch workflow 
-Discover the difference between traditional methods and today’s efficient workflows 
-Learn the various methods of completing live surgery available through Grammetry

 At 8:00pm

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