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Ryan Hamm is the Editorial Director for Dental Products Report and Digital Esthetics.
Want to know how your dental lab can thrive using a digital workflow? Join Digital Esthetics at the Greater New York Dental Meeting and you'll learn about all the latest innovations in 3D printing, dental implants, CAD/CAM and more.
This year, Digital Esthetics heads to the Big Apple to help dental technicians and lab owners understand the new digital reality of dentistry-and thrive in that new context! We’re teaming up with the Greater New York Dental Meeting to showcase the latest advances in dental technology, and we want you to join us.
Join us in one of our four live panels as we explore new workflows and possibilities alongside some of the industry’s premier experts and voices. Each session will be a panel format, so come ready to learn and to ask questions. No questions are off limits-our goal is to help each dental professional walk away from the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) equipped with the knowledge to help your lab become more successful than ever.
For registration information, visit the GNYDM website or click the links below. The panel themes are below, and panel times are in parentheses. CE credit will be awarded by the GNYDM.
Don’t miss out!
Futurecasting the digital workflow (Sunday, Nov. 27, 2:00-5:00 pm): This panel will explore the current status of the digital dental workflow, where they see it going and both challenges and opportunities they see. From CAD/CAM to CBCT to digital material advances, this panel is open to any and all innovations in the world of digital dentistry. This highly interactive session will begin with a moderated discussion followed by a Q&A session.
Understanding the new implant workflow (Monday, Nov. 28, 9:45 am-12:45 pm): Implants are big business for the entire dental world, but now that they’ve gone digital and can be placed into CAD software, the methodology for both labs and dentists is completely changing. Together, we’ll discuss how the workflow has changed and where it can end up, along with information for labs about FDA guidelines and how they need to protect their abutment and crown work.
3D printing updates (Tuesday, November 29, 9:45 am-12:45 pm): How is 3D printing is currently revolutionizing implant work? What business opportunities does 3D printing present, both now and in the future? How will 3D printing change what is possible in dentistry? This program will explore all of those questions and more.
One case, multiple workflows (Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2:00-5:00 pm): This highly interactive format will show a single case and then track it through two-three completely different workflows. Technicians and dentists will be able to watch the workflow ecosystem they’ve chosen and see how it differs from other popular digital option on the market. We’ll look at how it’s possible to make a beautiful restoration with those tools, albeit in different ways.
We hope you'll join us and contribute to the conversation. Register here and learn in New York!