Spear released six new learning pathways designed to help practices close the divide between digital scanning and a traditional prosthodontics approach to large cases and appliances.
Through these pathways, viewers will be able to:
- Better understand the optimal flow for digital impressions, bite records and design of oral orthotic appliances
- Demonstrate digital techniques to gather necessary data and records for comprehensive treatment planning
- Review the flow of evaluating esthetics, function, structure and biology in the treatment planning process
As digital impressions and in-office milling continue to grow in popularity, this curriculum shows it is possible to deliver quality comprehensive care in the digital world.