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CBCT-Guided Implantology- Improving the Accuracy and Success of Tooth Replacement

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The integration of cone beam technology and 3D imaging has advanced the practice of digital dentistry. CT-guided implant planning combined with the use of a Computer Guided Surgery (CGS) implant placement kit leads to increased precision, accuracy and efficiency of implant placement. To realize the full advantages of CT guided surgery, it is important to have a thorough understanding of software and workflow, as well as the specific components of the Guided Surgery kit and their use. This session will demonstrate how the merging of implant planning software, CAD/CAM technology and CGS is enabling surgeons and restorative dentists to leverage the benefits of digital dentistry.

Date Added:
11/6/2014

Author(s):

Jay B. Reznick, DMD, MD Jay B. Reznick, DMD, MD
Jay B. Reznick, D.M.D., M.D.

Dr. Reznick is Board-Certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Education:
B.A., Un...
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Questions & Comments
Phuong Tran - (9/1/2016 3:46 AM)

Thank you Profeseur

J. Denton Hardie - (1/7/2016 9:52 PM)

What material did you spray the waxup so that it would become radiopaque?

David Bakhouche - (8/14/2015 11:28 AM)

Hi Jay, and thanks for your lecture. What planning software do you use in your practice? And wich company make your surgical guide? Thanks for your answer, David

George Ararao - (2/20/2015 11:23 AM)

Thank you Dr.Reznick, it will help me a lot.

pedro Trejo - (1/18/2015 4:53 PM)

nice, thanks

motale abbasi - (1/9/2015 4:26 PM)

thank you dr.its perfect presentation

heba elbayoumi - (12/19/2014 12:51 AM)

thank you for the great presentation

Jay Reznick411 - (12/9/2014 5:23 PM)

Thanks. I look forward to doing another course on this site.

srinivas bhasmey - (12/8/2014 1:32 AM)

really informative. wish to see and listen more from you thanks dr srinivas.

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