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Basic Posterior Workshop


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Full-contour restorations in a single visit – only with CEREC

Surprise your patients with faster, more comfortable treatment. Now you can combine the advantages of zirconia with the proven CEREC workflow. You satisfy the most stringent quality standards while your patients get the best possible treatment.

At 3D Infusion we customize our curriculum to meet you where your at. We understand every dentist learns differently. We custom create our curriculum to fit your needs and your experience.

After your first training at 3D infusion, You will fully understand the tools within CEREC software that make your life easier and results more predictable.
Efficient techniques for planning, milling, and placing multiple CEREC posterior restorations
Step-by-step fabrication technique of the custom abutment and screw retained abutment crown.

Participants Will Learn:

  • Keys to all CEREC success
  • To thoroughly understand each design technique Biogeneric Individual, Biogeneric Copy and Biogeneric Reference
  • To become efficient with CEREC blocks
  • How to design and mill multiple restorations adjacent and opposing restorations
  • The importance of the Model Axis and other tools with CEREC software
  • How to fabricate chairside temporary bridges
  • The difference between fabricating provisional and permanent bridges
  • How to contour and crystallize permanent e.max bridges
  • The Virtual Articulator function of the software, how to use it and for what clinical situation
  • The range of materials choices and their indications
  • How to mix and match various design techniques, including Biogeneric Individual and Biogeneric Copy for the same patient
  • Advanced techniques to increase the efficiency of your CEREC fabrications
  • How to send your cases to the laboratory using CEREC Connect
  • How to manage multi-unit fixed partial denture cases with CEREC, from temporization to digital fabrication of the final restorations
  • A thorough understanding of the bonding protocol and various types of cements available, from self-etching to total etch