The impression, as the interface between dental clinic and laboratory, is vital for successful prosthetic restoration. This makes it all the more important for the theoretical principles and the practical procedures to be have been mastered perfectly.
The two courses, consisting of a theoretical section and a practical section, are specially geared towards assistants. Once they have completed the course, the participants should be able to work fully independently or provide a high level of support in relation to ››impression-taking‹‹.
The combination workshop also gives participants the opportunity to learn how to fabricate temporary crowns and bridges on the basis of practical experiments. Practical tips and underlying theory are taught to enable participants to work with the material appropriately, making it easier for them to fabricate temporaries with accurate fit.
The topic of ››temporary-related issues‹‹ is also covered: taking impressions for temporaries, temporary luting, and also the perfect preparation of temporaries. In the practical section, modern self-curing bis-acrylate composite materials that greatly facilitate the fabrication of temporaries are used.
The workshop is provided by experienced DMG expert consultants who are familiar with the requirements of everyday work.
- Material-science aspects of modern bite registration materials
- Selecting the right tray
- The various impression-taking methods and their special features
- Storage and transport
- Hygiene requirements and professional disinfection
- Theoretical principles
- Practical impression-taking for the situational model
- Manufacturing a single crown and a three-unit bridge
- Fabricating a wide range of impressions from full-dentition, partial-dentition and prepared models
- Correction, double-mixing, monophase impressions