Paul Feuerstein, DMD
Subject: Digital Impressions
Primary Audience(s): Dentist
Additional Audience(s): EFDA/Dental Assistant, Lab Tech
CE Credits: 1.5
Digital impression scanning is the hottest topic in dentistry. Despite being available for over 30 years, it is still a new process for many practitioners. We will review the current scanners as well as a few coming soon. There will be a discussion of in-office vs laboratory fabrication of restorations, milling and a brief look at 3D printing.
- Learn why you should consider digital impressions even though your current process works well. Look at the workflow as well as the cost analysis and ROI.
- Should you consider making your own restorations? Look at the materials available as well as laboratory workflow. Look at the ROI of in-office same-day restorations.
- Look at the current status and future of digital impressions. Learn details of the products and software available and in development.
Paul Feuerstein, DMD received his undergraduate training at SUNY Stony Brook and is 1972 graduate of UNJMD. He maintains a general practice in Massachusetts.
He was recently named Editor in Chief of DentistryToday. He is the author of over 250 technology articles and lectures at many dental meetings. His work with CAD/CAM helped develop the LAVA COS intraoral scanner. He is a CDO of the Cellerant Consulting Group.
He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in General Dentistry at Tufts University. In 2020 named one of the top 100 dental professionals in the world by the Global Summits Institute!