In this webinar, Mark and Simon will present typical workflows from a clinic and laboratory perspective. This webinar has been developed to demystify lab workflows and aims to give the clinician a greater understanding of how their IOS scans are used by the laboratory. Common pitfalls and errors will be addressed along with the impact these can have.
Mark is co-founder and Managing Director of ESM Digital Solutions. An early pioneer of Digital Dentistry, Mark began providing a Digital Study Model service for Dentists as early as 2007 and was one of the first to realise the industry changing potential of scanning technology.
With a first-class honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master’s degree researching ‘the strength of taper-lock dental implants, Mark is well versed in this area. He is a frequent presenter at dental conferences and been published in both UK and international Journals.
Prior to co-founding ESM Digital Solutions, Mark worked for several years as a lecturer at DIT focusing on 3D Scanning, CAD/CAM, production and quality strategies, and describes his love of teaching and mentoring as ‘food for the soul’.
With a Degree in Dental Technology from De Montford University, Simon is our Training & Support Specialist working across Ireland and the United Kingdom.
ESM Customers will benefit from the depth of his professional knowledge in Digital Dentistry. He has twenty years experience, from hands-on work in laboratories to acting as a Technical Product Manager for some of the industry’s most prominent organisations.
An expert at many of the newest technologies available, he has travelled globally introducing them to those in the industry through training and support. He also regularly demonstrated newest and emerging technologies at trade shows and creates training documentation and interactive resource material.
An outdoor enthusiast he spends as much of his free time as possible in the Welsh countryside kayaking, hiking, camping, and walking with his family.
This continuing professional development (CPD) activity fully complies with the CPD requirements of the General Dental Council. FMC certifies this activity for x hours of enhanced CPD in the subject of Understanding clinic to lab digital workflows.
This CPD meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.