Back to Basics: Why Analog Dentures Still Matter in a Digital World

Oscar Galvis CDT, MDT, MS

July 2022 Course - Expires Thursday, July 31st, 2025

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Abstract

As the dental lab industry becomes increasingly more digitized, the fundamentals of fabricating traditional dentures serve as the foundation for the most successful analog and digital dental prosthetics. Additionally, current demand means meeting customer expectations for aesthetics and function while labs try to increase overall efficiency. How do labs manage it all in a rapidly evolving environment and with the best outcomes?

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CREDITS: 1 SI (Laboratory)
COST: $0.00
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Inside Dental Technology | July 2022
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Kulzer

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss why analog denture processing is still critical and relevant
  • Analyze the link between lab techniques and clinical visits
  • Explore proper techniques for efficient and functional teeth setting and why we set teeth the way we do
  • Review the process of fabricating a more aesthetic denture without increased labor or time

Author Qualifications:

Mr. Galvis is an adjunct lecturer at CUNY and technician.

Disclosures:

Mr. Galvis has received an honorarium from Kulzer for his preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@aegiscomm.com.