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Transforming Dentistry with EnvisionTEC 3D Technology

Presented By Wally Renne, DMD

Originally Aired on September 9, 2021

Do you want to expand your knowledge of digital dentistry and increase productivity in your practice? Are you curious about new materials and printers that optimize in-office 3D printing capabilities?

 

Desktop Health is transforming digital dentistry with the latest 3D printing technology and revolutionary new resins that deliver on our promise of Quality Without Compromise. Join us for this informative webinar led by Wally Renne, DMD, where you can go beyond the scan to discover what the future holds for digital dentistry and your practice.

 

Dr. Renne will share his passion for 3D printing and valuable insights on real-world applications, from occlusal appliances and dentures to partials, shell provisionals, and implant prosthetics.

 

Key learning objectives:

 

  • Explore the current state of in-office 3D printing and real-world productivity
  • Learn the best practices of delivering 3D printed cosmetic results
  • Gain expert knowledge from basic to advanced applications of 3D dental printing

 

 

*Please note that you can only claim CE credit if you attended the live webinar broadcast.

About the Presenter

Dr. Renne is a Full Professor and Assistant Dean of Innovation and Digital Dentistry at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is the co-director for the two-year advanced residency in Digital Dentistry and has won several national and regional teaching awards for his efforts both pre-clinically and clinically. He is proficient clinically with the Planmeca Emerald S, CEREC Primescan, Medit i700, 3Shape Trios, and iTero. In addition, Dr. Renee is passionate about 3D printing in dentistry, with over 20 printers at his fingertips, including FDM, SLA, DLP, LCD, and SLF. He is also active in dental research and currently has several patents, including a patent for a platform of long-term antimicrobial dental materials with revolutionary bond durability components by inhibiting enzyme degradation of the hybrid layer while simultaneously preventing bacterial proliferation. He has also published several studies on scan accuracy and milling accuracy using various systems.

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