The importance of the interaction between dental practice and dental lab
The indirect workflow in the dental practice includes a defined sequence of clinical and laboratory process steps. From the choice of material to the preparation, impression and design, to installment and aftercare. These individual processes build on each other and the quality of the result depends on the precise execution of each individual step. However, communication with the dental laboratory is often underestimated. Have you ever thought about how much time you have to spend on corrections or reworks? This live lecture shows specific ways of avoiding mistakes from the start, provides assistance for the implementation of quality-enhancing processes on the basis of clinical case studies and offers specific tips. In short: Achieve higher quality through simplification. Live hands-on demonstrations by the lecturer is included.
September 30th at 02:00 pm CET, German language, Germany
Prof. Dr. Jan-Frederik Güth