Dr. Weston recently had the honor of participating as the Keynote Speaker at The NEA District Dental Society for their 2015 Semi-Annual meeting on January 30 and 31, 2015.
The theme of the meeting was centered around utilizing advanced technology, materials and techniques for modern restorative dentistry. During the wide-screen course, I showed attendees many cases using the 3M™True Definition Scanner as well as other digital tools and techniques. As the smallest, lightest and most accurate intraoral scanning system on the market, this technology is changing the way practitioners restore teeth. The course was designed to show attendees how to simplify dentistry and reduce stress all while maintaining quality.
Learning Objectives Included:
- Understand the importance of using digital photos and digital smile design as it relates to case acceptance, case planning and excellent lab communication as well as helping to create beautiful smiles for patients.
- Learn a simple method of using mock ups and trial smiles for direct fabrication of reduction guides to help you properly evaluate and prepare teeth for “minimal prep” porcelain veneer restorations.
- See how the accuracy and efficiency of modern digital technology and impressions can be integrated into the office and laboratory workflow to improve the predictability and quality of all indirect restorations.
– Dr. Weston