Quoris3D is hosting a series of 6 webinars on CHROME Guided Smile starting the 8th January 2020 for 6 weeks. Add the dates to your diary now so you don’t miss out!
To sign up for the webinar series and receive joining instructions, please enter your details HERE.
If you are unable to make any of the below dates, please sign up using the link above and we will email you a recording following the event.
All webinars will take place at 7PM GMT.
8th Jan – The CHROME Records – Learn the records needed to submit and launch CHROME cases, from dentate and edentulous patients to closed bites and tough bite situations. Although the records involve general dentistry, capturing the needed casts, bites, photographs, and CT Scans is important to successful surgeries.
15th Jan – Pin Guide & Fixation Base – The Pin Guide is the beginning of all CHROME surgeries and sets the foundation for the successful bone leveling, placement of implants, and prosthetic accuracy. The Pin Guide delivers the Fixation base, with which subsequent CHROME items seat. Learn about the do’s and don’t’s and the uses of both items.
22nd Jan – Osteotomy Guide & Carrier Guide – The implants are always guided with either a Guided Kit for a Fully Guided Kit. We will discuss the available systems, how to time the rotation of the implant, a very important step for prosthetic success, and the benefits of the metal guided system. Also covered are the multiple functions of the Carrier Guide.
29th Jan – Nano-Ceramic Prosthetic & RAPID Appliance – PMMA milled Nano is the new standard for milled long term temporary prosthetics. This lecture will discuss how it is designed from the smile, how it is to be used in surgery, and how the RAPID appliance sets the case up for a simple conversion-to-final process in as little as two appointments.
5th Feb – Full Arch Analysis – More than record collection, this lecture will point to analysis of the smile, transition lines, vertical space requirements and what it impacts, how to analyze the patient using anatomical features. Ultimately, full-arch analysis is the difference between success and failure, and we will point the right direction.
12th Feb – CHROME Surgery – Four surgeries will be shown during this lecture, including single dentate arch, single dentate arch opposing an edentulous arch, edentulous opposing an edentulous, and, if time, dentate against dentate. This live-surgery demonstration will point out the basic steps and give some pearls to aid with surgical success.