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Digital Workflow in Everyday Surgical and Restorative Implant Therapy

Description:
Integrating digital technology into the surgical and restorative workflow is an evolving protocol in clinical practice. This presentation will outline the most recent digital technologies available to clinicians and how they may be integrated efficiently into everyday practice. Limitations and gaps in the workflow will also be discussed.

Date Added:
11/12/2014

Author(s):

Dr.  Francisco Teixera Barbosa Dr. Francisco Teixera Barbosa
Francisco Teixera Barbosa graduated from the university Alfonso X El Sabio, Madrid, Spain in 2004. After finishing his graduation, he started the post graduation studie...
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Questions & Comments
Francisco Jose Teixeira Barbosa - (11/18/2014 9:37 AM)

Thank you very much Nicolas. I hope see you soon and im glad you enjoyed the lecture.

Francisco Jose Teixeira Barbosa - (11/18/2014 9:36 AM)

Thank you very much Dr. Yaarob Sara. Its a pleasure to share and to know that the work is useful for you.

Francisco Jose Teixeira Barbosa - (11/18/2014 9:35 AM)

Anton thank you for your words. Im performing a serial of cases and so far I had only once had one incidence with the passive fit of a full arch PMMA provisional restoration whereas 1 implant was not posible to screw the prothesis. This was solved by remain the implant unloaded and load the other 7 implants.

Anton Andrews - (11/17/2014 12:37 PM)

Great Presentation Francisco! I am on the same page with you regarding digital flow with exception that I design cases myself to reduce time spent on communication with dental techs. Have you had any failures with immediate loading?

Nicolas Aronna - (11/16/2014 10:36 AM)

Excellent presentation Dr Teixeira. Treatment planning and outstanding sequence of protocols very well explained. Congratulations and thanks for sharing!!. Nicolas

yaarob sara - (11/16/2014 7:11 AM)

Thank you Dr Fancisco I follow your work on social media and your website Its so creative and inspiring

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