DT Alexander Lichtmannegger will lecture about totally different options to supply aesthetic full arches on implants, displaying workflows with bars, titanium bases, the brand new K80 ASC titanium bases and modern working methods, such because the Double Screw Steel and the Bartplatte
After the success of the primary tour in Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester, the worldwide dental firm Zirkonzahn will lecture once more in Cambridge, Brighton and London from 16-18 Could, presenting new and good potentialities for manufacturing useful and aesthetic full arches on implants.
Throughout the two-hour convention, the lecturer – DT Alexander Lichtmannegger, CAD/CAM knowledgeable and member of the R&D group at Zirkonzahn – will present the members totally different workflows to deal with advanced instances.
What delegates will achieve
Alexander will exhibit how efficient using Zirkonzahn’s design software program, supplies and implant prosthetic parts mix to permit the dental technician obtain a profitable and well-coordinated workflow.
Dental technicians and dentists will achieve an perception into other ways of treating instances on implants with totally different protocols:
- Bars or titanium bases, together with the brand new K80 Angled Screw Channels (ASC) titanium bases, with adjustable peak and entry channel (0°-30°)
- The Double Screw Steel method, for aesthetic restorations in case of divergent implants
- The Bartplatte, a particular design-specific bar ideally suited for treating instances with palatal-inclined implants.
Participation is freed from cost, however the registration is compulsory.
For extra data and registration go to Zirkonzahn lecture tour in the UK.
An extra tour is being organised round England in June.