Accurate digital implantology and prosthodontics (ADIP) workflows

What is ADIP workflows?

Many digital instruments, techniques and concepts can be used for smile design, implant planning and placement, as well as during the implementation of the restorative part. They are quite widely presented in media, published and recommended. However, only on rare occasions, they are validated through a proper laboratory and clinical research. Moreover, published research evaluates only a single aspect or small portion of the workflow. Also, it is quite often that once published, data about digital instruments is outdated already.

Accuracy of the digital workflow for teeth- and implant-supported restorations depends on a clinical situation, selected scanning and 3D printing devices, use of different strategies as well as selected implant and prosthetic components. Therefore, digital workflow for different clinical cases should be planned in advance and specific strategies have to be employed in order to maximize the treatment outcomes with selected devices.

Accurate Digital Implantology and Prosthodontics (ADIP) workflow for certain clinical scenarios is produced through the research of each clinical and lab step of the digital workflow with carefully selected dental implant systems and components. Main aspects being considered in ADIP workflows:

Main aspects being considered in ADIP workflows:

  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Digital smile and function design
  • Static/dynamic implant navigation
  • Clinical and in-vitro accuracy of digital impressions
  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Digital smile and function design
  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Digital smile and function design
  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Image acquisition, treatment simulation
  • Digital smile and function design
  • Static/dynamic implant navigation
  • Clinical and in-vitro accuracy of digital impressions

UPCOMING COURSES

by Prof. Vygandas Rutkūnas DDS, PhD

Achieving the best fitting and biocompatible implant-supported restorations through the digital workflow

Image acquisition and merging Image acquisition and merging
Digital smile and function planning Digital smile and function planning
Static / dynamic implant guidance Static / dynamic implant guidance
Digital impressions Digital impressions
Digital bite registrations Digital bite registrations
3D printing accuracy 3D printing accuracy

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