Introduction to Dental Laboratory CAD/CAM
All supplies furnished
In this complete course you will be given an Intro to Digital Cad/Cam Technology, enter case data into the Cad/Cam system, create the type of restoration to be displayed after scanning, review of basic scanning and design protocol, use of materials, antagonist scanning, axis finder for path of insertion, mark margins & design a full contour crown. Using designing tools, such as : Form, Wax Drop, Scaling, and Positioning & Rotation. You will then mill, stain & glaze your designed crown to take with you upon completion. You will also learn advanced designing techniques, including: correlation, replication, quadrant restoration and reduced down crown design. It will also include MOD inlay, anterior & posterior bridge design.
No Previous Dental Experience is required for this course
This course will be 4 weeks (1 month). Call for the complete course schedule. Students will complete and take home a finished crown. Upon completion of the Course each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
- Dental Anatomy
- Disinfecting Protocol
- OSHA Control for Bloodborne Pathogens
- Dental CAD/CAM Equipment
- Model & Die
- Computer Assisted Design
- Computer Assisted Milling
- Finish Crown Contour & Margins
- Stain & Glaze
- Model Articulation
- Professional Development and Maintaining Records materials
- Different types of crown fabrication, and why they are chosen. Including PFM, Emax, Bruxir, Lava, Veneers, monolithic and layered crowns.
*All students must be at least 16 years of age.