Full arches on implants: one case, many solutions – Zirkonzahn’s lecture tour in Cambridge, Brighton and London from 16-18 May

DT Alexander Lichtmannegger will lecture about different solutions to produce aesthetic full arches on implants, showing workflows with bars, titanium bases, the new K80 ASC titanium bases and innovative working techniques, such as the Double Screw Metal and the Bartplatte

After the success of the first tour in Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester, the worldwide dental company Zirkonzahn will lecture again in Cambridge, Brighton and London from 16-18 May, presenting new and smart possibilities for manufacturing functional and aesthetic full arches on implants.

During the two-hour conference, the lecturer – DT Alexander Lichtmannegger, CAD/CAM expert and member of the R&D team at Zirkonzahn – will show the participants different workflows to treat complex cases.

What delegates will gain

Alexander will demonstrate how effective the use of Zirkonzahn’s design software, materials and implant prosthetic components combine to allow the dental technician achieve a successful and well-coordinated workflow.

Dental technicians and dentists will gain an insight into different ways of treating cases on implants with different protocols:

  • Bars or titanium bases, including the new K80 Angled Screw Channels (ASC) titanium bases, with adjustable height and access channel (0°-30°)
  • The Double Screw Metal technique, for aesthetic restorations in case of divergent implants
  • The Bartplatte, a special design-specific bar ideal for treating cases with palatal-inclined implants.

Participation is free of charge, but the registration is obligatory.

The Bartplatte, a technique to geometrically adapt the primary structure to the palatal surface of the wax-up and individualise it by means of the free-forming software function
The Double Screw Metal technique consists of the generation of additional screw channels in the bar design in order to screw the bar to the implants and the superstructure to the bar. In this way, unaesthetic vestibular channels can be avoided
The K80 Angled Screw Channel (asc) titanium bases can be shortened individually and are also provided with a side opening to tilt the screw access channel from 0°-30°, to compensate for non-optimal implant positions

For more information and registration visit Zirkonzahn lecture tour in the UK.

Alternatively contact Carmen Ausserhofer on +39 0474 066 662 or email [email protected]. Or Carolin Niederkofler on +39 0474 06 6708 or email [email protected].

A further tour is being organised around England in June.

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