An Introduction to 3D Guided Surgery Utilizing Nobel Clinician

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Hands-On Course – Participation Limited

Constantinos Laskarides
Daniel Oreadi
Yong Parks

Interested in learning how 3D Guided Surgery can help your practice?  Then this introductory course is for you!  It is designed for the new user and specifically oriented to the Nobel Clinician software tool.  This course will give participants the opportunity to have dedicated time utilizing the software with real patient information.  CT scan, surgical guides and implant selection will be discussed focusing on how the patient’s history and risk assessment directs treatment options and planning.  The User Interface, diagnostic capabilities, the importance of software calibration and creation of a surgical template will also be discussed.  This course will be highly interactive and group discussion is encouraged!

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to…

  • Understand the basic concepts and differences between conventional implant surgery and CT-guided implant surgery
  • Integrate CT scan data into software for treatment planning
  • Understand and utilize the workflow necessary for CT-guided implant surgery
  • Have a working knowledge of the patient cases that would benefit from using CT-guided surgery technologies, including a discussion on patient risk assessment
  • Understand the importance of a multidisciplinary team approach to the diagnosis and treatment of dental implant patients with optimized communication between team members
  • Understand implant site preparation and placement
  • Understanding of typical new user challenges