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Fri, Aug 23


Englewood Cliffs

Digital Full Dentures With Patient Digital Twin and 3Shape (hands-on) 16CE

Full digital workflow with the "Patient Digital Twin": Clinical data acquisition and laboratory protocols.

Digital Full Dentures With Patient Digital Twin and 3Shape (hands-on) 16CE
Digital Full Dentures With Patient Digital Twin and 3Shape (hands-on) 16CE

Time & Location

Aug 23, 2024, 9:00 AM EDT – Aug 24, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT

Englewood Cliffs, 300 Sylvan Ave, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632, USA

About the event

Course overview

In the field of dentistry, advancements in technology have revolutionized the way dental care is delivered, particularly in the realm of prosthodontics. The development of digital dentistry has brought about significant changes in the fabrication of dentures, offering patients and practitioners innovative options for restoring function and aesthetics. Traditional analog processes have been the standard in denture fabrication for many years, but the emergence of digital full dentures has introduced a new paradigm in the creation of prosthetic appliances for edentulous patients.  

This course seeks to provide an overview of digital full dentures shedding light on the techniques, benefits, and considerations associated with this approach.

Digital Full Dentures With Patient Digital Twin and 3Shape:

Digital full dentures represent a groundbreaking innovation in the realm of prosthodontics, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to enhance the design and fabrication process. This approach involves the utilization of computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems, 3D imaging, and advanced software to create highly precise, customized dentures.

During the course we will demonstrate the process of digitization of the patient with digital impressions of the patient's oral anatomy, captured Intraoral scans, facial scanning technology and incorporating patient specific jaw movements recorded live with modjaw.

We will utilize Dental CAD software exocad to design the denture with meticulous attention to detail, taking into account factors such as the patient's bite, facial aesthetics, and functional requirements. This digital design will be used to fabricate the denture base and prosthetic teeth using 3D printing techniques with Lucitone Print materials on the Asiga UV Max 3D printers. The result on these 3D printers is highly accurate, and the customized prosthesis can offer an optimal fit and improved esthetics, as well as enhanced comfort and function for the patient.

This digital workflow will allow efficient communication between the dental team, enabling collaborative input and adjustments throughout the design and production phases for the best outcome for the patient.

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided 

Topics to cover

Lecture on “full dentures: addressing an overlooked prosthesis”

  •  Preliminary Record workflows with IOs 
  •   Physiological centric relation with digital 3D designed and 3D printed centric arch tracer.
  •  Vertical dimension of occlusion management and digital facebow with modjaw
  •   Creating the digital patient avatar/clone with facial scanning technology for precise 4D smile design.
  •   3Shape full denture designing with dynamic occlusion utilizing patient specific condyle angles values, bennet angles values from modjaw system with             3Shape virtual articulator (Hands-on)
  •  3D printed try-ins management for final impression and occlusion diagnostics.
  •  3D printing protocols and demonstration for full dentures with Asiga max UV.
  •  Post processing techniques and assembly of Lucitone Denture base and 3D printed teeth hands-on Lucitone fusing system and protocols.
  • Demostration on denture base and teeth characterization techniques for life-like dentures. 
  • Questions and answers and final remarks


Sander Polanco, MDT CDT

Cecilia Zuniga, MDT

We will provide 16 CE at the completion of the course.

This course is registered:

By National Board of Cartification for certified dental technicians

By Vizstara Professional is a ADA CERP Recognized Provider for Dentists participating

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

Vizstara Professional designates this activ:ity for 192 continuing education credits.

Concerns or complaints regsrding a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Comission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at

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