Master 3D Facially Guided Treatment Plans, design and print your own dental mock-up for different stages of your treatments
The program covers everything from reverse engineering treatment planning, facial analysis, Digital Patient, A.I diagnostics, preparation of 2D smile simulations, and 3D designs guided by the face to creating mock index guides for multiple dental clinical procedures.
With any functional aesthetic-driven dental treatment it is important to begin with an understanding of the end result. From picture taking to smile designs and 3D digital wax-up, the dental professional will be able to effectively communicate with the patient and dental technician to produce more precise treatment outcomes and reduce overall chair-side time.
During the hands-on, you will practice how to create a digital patient, smile design, diagnose and 3D plan smiles for cosmetic cases using SmileFy. In addition, learn how to 3D print and test your smile prototype in the patient’s mouth to elaborate better treatment outcomes.
Facially Guided Treatment Plan – Understanding the workflow
Proper Facial Picture Taking; The facial analysis and its correlation to Smile Design powered by AI Technology
Principles of Smile Design and Facial analysis
2D Smile Simulations with SmileFy and how it improves the communication with your patients
Introduction to 3D Smile Design using your patient’s intraoral scan and frontal facial photo for upper anterior restorations
How to elaborate a comprehensive treatment plan using SmileFy as a tool
Practice 3D Facially guided Smile Design using SmileFy
Create 3D Smile Design for Motivational and ideal mock-ups, provisionals, and composite veneers
Export the 3D project (STL) from SmileFy for 3D printing
Learn and practice how to proceed 3D printing in-house
How to prepare and perform your Mock-Up for a Smile test-drive
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Big Sky Seminars designates this activity for 21 credit hours of continuing education credits.
Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/goto/cerp