Esthetics and Function — Adapting Parameters to achieve esthetics and Function in contemporary prosthodontics
One of the most difﬁcult phases for a dentist is the period that is called Digital Transition.
At this stage, most of the professionals need to adapt the “analog” experience in dental prosthetics, with the new technologies. The planning done without models, the capture of tooth preparation and occlusion through the intra oral scanner instead of the use of traditional silicon impression, among other changes, were a “milestone" for dentists and dental technicians. In this manner many professionals realized that there would be a need to create a totally different ﬂowchart and that they often made the procedure more expensive and created new problems. In order to create a workﬂow that would adjust the inherent problems described above, this presentation will show important points that every professional needs to understand to improve esthetic and function in contemporary restorative dentistry. This lecture was held and recorded live at the IDS 2023. To review the lecture online please register on the link above.