This lecture demonstrates indications for and implementation of digital implant technology (DIT) in the clinical workflow. Dr. Gallucci uses clinical cases to discuss different levels of implementation and shows how DIT saves chairside time for both patient and clinician.
The eight patient cases shown range from a straightforward single-tooth replacements to several complex full-arch cases. Dr. Gallucci also shows how mini-implants can be integrated into the DIT workflow. This lecture highlights the ease and value of moving seamlessly between analog (conventional) and digital workflow steps.
At the end of this Congress Lecture you should be able to...
describe the steps in a DIT clinical workflow
identify clinical indications for implementation of DIT in the clinical workflow
recognize that integration of DIT varies between clinical cases, and that digital steps can be combined with analog steps