An Introduction To The Full Digital Workflow For Implant Planning Using Surgical Guides

An Introduction To The Full Digital Workflow For Implant Planning Using Surgical Guides
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Learn how Carestream Dental’s innovative imaging solutions integrate with SMOP software to produce surgical guides for implant planning, highlighted through a number of clinical cases.


Learners will be able to:

  • Understand the principles of PDIP and take a systematic approach to Implant Planning
  • Understand the basics of planning a Surgical Guide, how to use a Surgical Guide and Case Selection
  • Have an overview of the ‘Full Digital Workflow’ for Implant Cases
  • Have an overview of how to restore a single Implant case using Digital techniques
  • Understand how Surgical Guide Planning Software aids clinicians to plan implant cases while providing a customisable guide for advanced surgery techniques

Learning Objectives

The learner understands:

  • How to use PDIP software with a CBCT scan and an Intraoral Scan to competently undertake a single implant placement
  • The benefits of Surgical Guides, an initial understanding of how to design them and Case selection
  • Understands the restorative considerations when planning an Implant case using PDIP In the Full Digital Workflow
  • How to ensure proper alignment of matching or stitching on STL and VOL/DICOM
  • The benefits and utilization of a surgical guide

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Contact Hours:

2.0 hrs


Thu, 14 October 2021

Start Time:

8:00 PM


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Hugo Patrao

United Kingdom

Hugo has a degree in Dental Technology and is registered with the GDC. He recently has been working with heads of research and development teams from around the world helping clinicians incorporate new technologies and digital planning into their practices and protocols, designing drilling guides and developing new drilling procedures.

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Dr Kunal Shah

United Kingdom

Dr Shah qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2011, he is the Principal of LeoDental, a successful mixed practice in Hendon, London. He completed his education on the advanced aspects of surgical dental implant placement and restoration alongside bone grafting, in Cambridge, with Specialist Prosthodontists who are lecturers and examiners at The Eastman Dental Institute. He is now pursuing a Diploma at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Furthermore, Dr Shah is a clinical mentor for students on the Postgraduate Implant Course at LeoDental. Dr Shah has a passion for providing the best treatment outcomes and patient care by keeping up to date with all of the latest techniques and technology. He was selected as a finalist for the category of ‘Best Young Dentist’ in the 2014 at The Dentistry Awards and a finalist for the ‘Patients Choice Awards’ in 2016 at the Aesthetic Dental Awards. He operates a fully digital practice, utilising a state-of-the-art CBCT, intraoral scanner and more recently, a move to the latest cloud-based practice management software, Sensei Cloud.

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