Drs. Cory Glenn and Danny Domingue now offering in-person courses on full-arch surgical guide design

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Drs. Cory Glenn and Danny Domingue now offering in-person courses on full-arch surgical guide design

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By Dental Tribune USA

Wed. 22 June 2022

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Learn surgical guide design in Blue Sky Bio Plan and surgical guidance for full arch. This course is for dental professionals with an advanced understanding of guided surgery and implant placement who want to learn how to diagnose, plan and fabricate all the components to execute a complex full-arch, immediate-load implant case.

By the end of the course, participants will be familiar with surgical guide design in all aspects of full arch guided surgery.

The course provides 20 hours of C.E. credit, and all participants will be gifted 25-plus hours of video content for attending. It’s the fastest way to get up-to-speed for designing guides.

Participants will also receive split file parameters to print or mill in-house and a library of iMetric4D workflow videos.

Here is a look at the course outline:

  • Bone grafting and immediate implant placements
  • Soft tissue augmentation
  • CBCT imaging
  • 3-D printing
  • Fusion bone binder
  • PRF (plasma rich fibrin) and its role in wound healing
  • Advanced concepts using Blue Sky Plan
  • Meshmixer techniques used in complex cases
  • Using various 3-D printers for surgical guides, dentures, temps, models, jaws
  • Surgical skills to execute full arch therapy in a timely manner, decreasing chair time
  • In-office milling

"Axsys Dental Solutions is proud to partner with Drs. Glen and Domingue and support their goal to advance digital dentistry in the industry," said Steve Braykovich, president and CEO of Axsys Dental Solutions. “We find doctors walk away with not only a better understanding of guided surgery and implant placement but the best applications for 3-D printing vs. milling and how to best leverage the tools and technology available.”

Braykovich continued, “Axsys offers digital equipment for every stage of workflow, but after courses like these, we find clinicians have a new understanding of milling technology and the advantages of our Versamill.”

The next course will be in Winchester, Tenn., on August 5 and 6. Register or learn more at digitaldentalmasters.com.

 

Source: Axsys Dental Solutions Staff

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