Webinar: Learn how to effectively handle digital files from the dentist

June 19, 2014

There are a large variety of in-office scanning systems out in the market and there seems to be little commonality in how digital files are handled by the dental practice. Core3daCADemy aims to help alleviate this confusion.

There are a large variety of in-office scanning systems out in the market and there seems to be little commonality in how digital files are handled by the dental practice. Core3daCADemy aims to help alleviate this confusion.

In an on-demand webinar, attendees will receive an invaluable series of tips on all the different ways to receive digital scans most efficiently and effectively from different intraoral scanning systems.

Led by Michael Brost, vice president of sales for Core3dcentres, and Randy Souvannavong of Core3daCADemy, "Digital Dentistry 102 – Effectively Handling Digital Files From The Dentist"  discusses the benefits of having intraoral scanners instead of taking traditional impressions, providing you with tips on how to present that information to your dentist clients.

Randy Souvannavong has spent his entire career in the dental industry, joining Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories immediately after leaving school in 2004.

He has worked in almost all operational aspects of the dental laboratory, starting off in the shipping department and working his way up the ladder to become Assistant Manager in the laboratory’s High Tech CAD/CAM department. In 2009, he moved to the newly-formed Core3dcentres Canada. In his current capacity as Training Service Manager, Souvannavong has extensive hands-on experience and knowledge of all of the leading CAD Software systems on the market today.

Editor of Dental Lab Products Ryan Hamm discussed the webinar content with Brost. They explain why the knowledge of intraoral scanners, digital files and more are invaluable to the success of any dental lab.

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