Digital implant dentistry – simplifying the multi-disciplinary case
Treatment planning in implant dentistry rarely involves a straightforward single tooth site.
Comprehensive assessment will involve managing other concerns which may be health-related, functional or aesthetic in nature.
The digital era has created an influx of artificial intelligence, in the form of data recording to radiographic diagnosis, from aesthetic smile design to surgical/prosthetic planning. These in turn educate the patient and help create realistic expectations.
The aim of this lecture is to shed light into the management of multi-disciplinary implant cases.
Focusing on risk profiling and standardised digital workflows, we can now create highly predictable and successful outcomes for the patient.
- To understand the relevance of digital platforms in the planning and execution of multi-disciplinary implant cases
- Gain insight into team-led digital workflow
- To simplify the process for risk assessment and risk profiling of patients
- To understand how to enhance patient perception and create realistic expectations.
Speaker: Sinead McEnhill
Sinead is the clinical director for her multiple award-winning practice.
She is a previous RCS tutor and lectures widely on multidisciplinary digital workflow and implant dentistry both in UK and Europe.
She has authored many articles on digital implant dentistry and is a board member of the Digital Dentistry Society UK and enjoys mentoring dentists in this innovative field.
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This Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council.
FMC certifies this activity for one hour of enhanced CPD in the subject of Digital implant dentistry – simplifying the multi-disciplinary case
This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome A, B and C.