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Volume 41 eBook 21
This Compendium eBook offers a continuing education (CE) article that explores whether a fully digital dental implant treatment solution is a real possibility at this time.The second article is a report that presents an example of a desktop 3D printer that can be used to create indirect restorations. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
CE: Is a Fully Digital Dental Implant Treatment Solution a Real Possibility in 2020? Marcus Abboud, DMD, PhD; Sinead McEnhill, BDS, MSc; and Gary Orentlicher, DMD
This CE article explores whether a fully digital dental implant treatment solution is possible at the current time. As the authors explain, although digital technology enables efficiency and enhanced accuracy for dental implant treatments, some cases may require the use of a hybrid workflow that employs both conventional and digital procedures, depending on the clinical situation. Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU Cost:$0 Provider:AEGIS Publications, LLC
Desktop 3D Printer Helps Clinicians Streamline Patient Care
This second article provides an example of an individual 3D printer, explaining its usefulness in digital dentistry.