CAD-CAM and digital flow. From provisional to definitive prosthesis Course


CAD-CAM and digital flow

  • Current possibilities of CAD-CAM
  • Intraoral scanner
  • Digital stream protocol
  • Presentation of cases, from the simple to the most complex
  • From provisional to the definitive prosthesis
  • Importance of the provisional in the prosthesis on implants.
  • Techniques for making provisionals in the clinic.
  • The provisional as a diagnostic method.
  • From the provisional to the definitive prosthesis (The protocol).
  • New materials in implant prostheses.
  • • Carbon fiber and peek for frameworks for implant prostheses


Place:PgO UCAM New York

Dates: 2021

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Hours: Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

                   Saturday from 10am to 5:30 p.m.


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