|Clinical Applications in Digital Dentistry||Senior Electives|
Dental materials have been introduced that have moved from the conventional fabrication of dental restorations to restorations fabricated by computer-assisted design and machining. This senior elective will introduce the principles of preparation, design, and material selection for these restorations as well as discussing the digital acquisition of teeth prepared for restorations fabricated in the dental laboratory. In addition to the didactic curriculum and a series of simulation exercises, students are encouraged to work with a CEREC CAD/CAM and LAVA COS acquisition unit in fabricating restorations for their comprehensive care patients.
Lecture #1 – Introduction to CAD/CAM Principles of Capture and Design
Simulation Exercise #1 – Preparation, Capture, Design #30 MODL Ceramic Onlay
Lecture #2 – CAD/CAM Material Selection
Simulation Exercise #2 – Review Designs and Mill #30 MODL Ceramic Onlay
Lecture #3 – Finish, Polish, and Cementation of CAD/CAM Restorations
Simulation Exercise #3 – Finish, Polish and Cementation of #30 MODL Ceramic Onlay
Dr. Gary Hack and Dr. Ira Bloom
This class is limited to eight (8) students.
View full syllabus on Blackboard
Friday, 3/8 - 1-4 PM - room 5105
Friday, 3/15 - 1-4 PM - room 5105
Friday, 3/29 - 1-4 PM - room 5105