Leader in Digital Dentistry
Digital dentistry – why is it worth it?
Benefit from the expertise of the leader in digital dentistry scan, plan, be digital.
Since 2020, he has been working with the Investment Fund, creating the Dentity dental group within which he opened ESTETIQUE in Bielany Wrocławskie. At the clinic, he has his own dental laboratory, thanks to which prosthetic treatment of patients is fast reproducible and predictable, and direct cooperation between the doctor and technician facilitates the desired results.
Metamorphosis by Flow Injection method.
The patient came in with a desire to change the shape and color of her teeth, particularly disturbed by the discolored upper one after root canal treatment. We first performed whitening of all teeth using the overlay method and covering the discolored one with a special blocker to finally achieve a harmonious shape and color, performing a procedure to cover all upper teeth with composite using the “flow injection” or “bonding” method.
Smile metamorphosis – bonding by Flow Injection method.
The patient came to our clinic to improve the aesthetics of his smile, both the shape and color of his teeth and to restore their proper function. A digital design of the new teeth was made and then the lower teeth were whitened, while composite restorations – or “bonding” by the “Flow Injection” method – were made on all the upper teeth.
Digital metamorphosis – trial veneers.
Based on state-of-the-art technological capabilities such as Computerized Tomography, facial scan, extraoral scans and digital smile design software, we were able to present our patient with simulations of her new smile and thanks to 3D printing, make our design realistic in the form of actual trial veneers that the patient could try on in real life, without performing any invasive procedures.
Smile metamorphosis – veneers.
This is what a digital smile makeover looks like using the latest computer-aided design methods. The trial veneers were placed on the patient in a completely non-invasive way. After the patient’s acceptance of her new smile, the ceramic final veneers could proceed.
TRAINING FRAMEWORK PLAN
SCAN, PLAN, BE DIGITAL
Module I - Scan, plan, be digital - digital prosthetics from the ground up
▫ The concept of digital dentistry – let’s start with the basics
▫ The possibilities of digital dentistry – who can use a scanner today and for what?
▫ Dental scanner – how it works, key parameters, what matters when analyzing scans
▫ Errors during scanning – how to recognize them and how to avoid them – in other words, what an analog impression won’t tell us!
▫ Introduction to diagnostics – basic issues in occlusion in a digital environment (functional history, aesthetic analysis, MIP, CR, CO, virtual articulation, digital axiography)
▫ Full scanning protocol as a starting point during prosthodontic consultation. Advantages and limitations of digital workflow. Digital vs. analog impression – where is the boundary today?
▫ Scanning phantoms – practical activities.
▫ Photo documentation in the context of digital virtual patient planning – how a properly taken photo will allow you to say goodbye to the facial arch or DFA
Day II, 9.00-16.00, Estetique Center
▫ We are going shopping – the order and direction of the development of the digital office
▫ Full protocol for digital prosthodontic consultation with dynamic masticatory registration using ModJaw
▫ Digital prosthodontic consultation, scanning in MIP, CR, CO and basic photographic protocol – hands-on workshop – class in 3-person groups
▫ Presentation and installation of software for digital smile design and communication with the lab – Smile Designer Pro, Smilecloud (work on own computers).
Module II - Scan, plan, be digital - digital smile design
▫ Digital dental practice – hardware capabilities, software, costs – what you need to buy and in what order to become a fully digital dentist
▫ ModJaw digital occlusion and axiography – procedure protocol and case presentation
▫ Doctor-technician cooperation: controlled flow of information
▫ Author’s technique of preparing the prosthetic field for digital impression – Dia-CT step by step
▫ Soft tissue management in a digital environment – how to avoid black triangles while respecting the biological space
▫ 2D image vs 3D scan – what you need to remember
▫ Extended photographic protocol (supplementary) – intraoral photos, light play, tricks and tips
▫ Retraction and scanning – practical classes
▫ Scanning implants – what you should know
▫ Harmonious smile portrait in theory and practice – anatomy of the aesthetic smile, macro and micro aesthetics
Day II, 9.00-16.00, Estetique Center
▫ Working with Smile Designer Pro – how to communicate correctly and clearly with the prosthetic laboratory
▫ Designing a smile – step by step – practical classes
▫ Advanced procedures and capabilities of Smile Designer Pro – practical classes
▫ Practical use of the completed smile design and transferring it to 3D environment – what happens next with the design in the lab
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2-3 June 2023
Dr. Paszkiewicz has been extending his knowledge intensively during his 20-year career, actively participating in specialized courses. Thanks to the training he has completed and the experience he has accumulated, he has become a consultant and lecturer for many companies, such as Tokuyama, Carestream Dental, TagDental, Harvard Dental, Lasotronix and Cerkamed.
Currently an feedback leader for intraoral scanner companies – Carestream, Medith, Shining 3D.
Dr. Paszkiewicz is the author of a number of innovative digital working techniques, impression taking methods (DiaC-Traction), SDP digital smile design, or minimally invasive smile reconstruction methods.
He is a specialist in prosthodontics, as well as a member of the Dental Master group, and has been a lecturer at the Wroclaw Medical University since 2020.
He trains doctors all over the world among others: in Dubai, London, Cairo or Barcelona.
In his spare time, he keeps a guitar instead of a scanner, which he puts away in a corner during the winter and a snowboard takes its place.
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