Stay in Control with a Fully Digital Workflow for Implant Restorations

Dec. 6, 2022 at 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Jenny Apekian, DDS
Subject: 690 Implants 
Credits: 1
Tuesday, Dec. 6: 7:30–8:30 p.m. CST
Audience: Dentists
Fee: Free


Provide your patient with complete solutions using a totally digital workflow for custom abutments and implant restorations. Restore implants with the efficiency and precision you have come to expect with chairside milling while maintaining total control over the final implant restoration.

Learning Objectives 

  • Identify criteria in digital scanning.
  • Learn how to fill out a lab prescription and decide between different types of implant restorations and custom abutment solutions.
  • Utilize digital files to design and mill an appropriate implant restoration for any clinical situation.

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Speaker Bio  

Jenny Apekian, DDS, is an established general and cosmetic dentist in private practice in Sacramento, California. She is a strong proponent of utilizing the latest technologies in dentistry to improve the patient experience, including CAD/CAM, 3D imaging, 3D printing, state-of-the-art infection control systems and complete digital integration. Committed to staying at the forefront of dentistry, Apekian participates in regular and ongoing postdoctoral education and training. Apekian is a key opinion leader for various Dentsply Sirona technologies and also serves as a mentor and trainer for CEREC CAD/CAM technology throughout Northern California. She teaches fellow dentists how to utilize the technology to design and produce complete restorations, surgical guides and appliances for prosthetics, implantology and orthodontics. She also speaks nationwide on how to maximize efficiency through office design and organizational workflows. She recently accepted the Smart Integration Award, which acknowledges female clinicians around the globe for their advancement in modern treatment solutions.
Additional Information
This course is sponsored by Dentsply


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