BEGO USA reveals Lab Day Chicago line-up

February 3, 2014
Issue 2

BEGO USA at Lab Day Chicago: Mastering Frameworks Michigan Rooms A & B Friday & Saturday, February 21 & 22   Friday, February 21 1:30 - 2:30pm: “Balancing analog and digital workflow to maximize productivity and quality” Susan van Kinsbergen, CDT

BEGO USA at Lab Day Chicago: Mastering Frameworks

Michigan Rooms A & B

Friday & Saturday, February 21 & 22

 

Friday, February 21

1:30 - 2:30pm: “Balancing analog and digital workflow to maximize productivity and quality”

Susan van Kinsbergen, CDT

Course Description: Balancing digital workflow with traditional manufacturing can maximize outcomes. Explore how to balance digital workflow, hand work, in-house manufacturing, and outsourcing for higher quality and productivity.

2:30 - 3:30pm: “Make all your partials Precision Removable Appliances”

Larry Shields, CDT

Course Description: Removable prosthesis offer great growth potential for labs in a competitive environment. Learn various techniques and materials that can turn your partial dentures into Precision Removable Appliances.

3:30 - 5:00pm: “Optimizing design settings will greatly improve your digital results”

Al Fillastre, Jr., CDT

Course Description: Virtual dies spacing, margin line offset, offset angle, establishing minimum thicknesses can affect final fit and accuracy. Learn how to manage settings and assure great outcomes on all materials (SLM, Cad/Cast, Wax, Zirconium,        Lithium Dicilicate).

 

Saturday, February 22

8:00 - 9:00am: “Balancing analog and digital workflow to maximize productivity and quality”

Susan van Kinsbergen, CDT

Course Description: Balancing digital workflow with traditional manufacturing can maximize outcomes. Explore how to balance digital workflow, hand work, in-house manufacturing, and outsourcing for higher quality and productivity.

9:00 - 10:00am: “Implants- Master Pink and White Porcelain and Layering over any Substructure”

Peter Pizzi, CDT, MDT

Course Description: Overcome soft tissue deficiencies with new framework designs, set screws and controlling pink porcelains. Achieving esthetic and predictable solutions to complex cases may be the key to your lab’s growth in 2014. Learn predictable options and ceramic techniques that will establish your lab as a valuable asset to more doctors.

10:00am - 12:00pm: “Making an informed decision on the scan/ design software to best fit your laboratory”

PANEL DISCUSSION Lead by Dell Dine, CDT

This panel discussion includes experts that utilize or consult on various scan and design software everyday. Listen and learn from experienced 3Shape, Exocad, Dental Wings and other popular open platform systems. This program might be the best source of comparative information to help you choose the system matched to your lab’s needs.

12:00 - 3:00pm: Lunch, Special Announcements, New BEGO Developments and the Honoring of Bill Oremus

Enjoy beer, wine and food with us

3:00 - 4:00pm: “Make all your partials Precision Removable Appliances”

Larry Shields, CDT

Course Description: Removable prosthesis offer great growth potential for labs in a competitive environment. Learn various techniques and materials that can turn your partial dentures into Precision Removable Appliances.

4:00 - 5:00pm: “Optimizing design settings will greatly improve your digital results”

Al Fillastre, Jr., CDT

Course Description: Virtual dies spacing, margin line offset, offset angle, establishing minimum thicknesses can affect final fit and accuracy. Learn how to manage settings and assure great outcomes on all materials (SLM, Cad/Cast, Wax, Zirconium, Lithium Dicilicate).