Belfast Study Club - 09 February 2017
Digital Planning to Allow In-House Milling of Guided and Final Restorations
Exhibitor: Megagen, The Dental Imaging Company, ESM Digital
Date: 09 February 2017
Time: 1900 Refreshments 1930 Lecture
Location: Crowne Plaza, Shaws Bridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP
How I use digital planning to deliver predesigned end product to the patient in 3 easy visits. Learn how to plan, design, mill and fit guides for surgery and be able to provide final restorations in your own practice.
- To understand digital integration of CBCT with scanning intra- orally.
- To be able to design and produce surgical stent in house
- To understand how to mill a restoration for an implant
- Staining and glazing of emax crowns.
- Bonding emax to tibase to produce screw retained restorations
As this Study Club is available free to watch online for all members the prices have been reduced to just a £5 catering fee. (As usual, DCP members can attend for free.)
We are delighted to announce that this Study Club will be broadcast live as a webinar - ALL ADI members will be able to watch the event free of charge and ask questions via their computer on the evening. Follow this link to register your webinar attendance:
The video will also be available to all members to watch after the event has ended.
Dr Eimear O’Connell BDS MFGDP DipImpDent RCS Ed FFGDP
Dr O’Connell received her dental degree from University of Edinburgh. She has run her own private dental practice in Edinburgh for over 20 years.
She has received her MFGDP and FFGDP from the Royal College of Surgeons London and her Diploma of Implant Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. She is currently the committee member for Scotland on the Association of Dental Implantology board.
In 2014 Dr O’Connell won a UK business award from Software of Excellence as well as winning Best Overall Practice in Scotland. In 2015 her practice won Best Patient Care award.
She has been using Cerec technology since 2008, and believes the increased success of her practice has much to do with the implementation of digital dentistry within the practice.