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It wasn’t long ago that being a digital dentist meant we used digital radiographs and possibly no paper charts. Today, digital dentistry has an array of meaning from CAD/CAM design, in-house milling and 3D printing. What does this mean for general practitioners and specialists? Let’s find out! We will be discussing different workflows for a variety of services including same day restorations, implants, ortho, and sleep apnea. We will spend our time learning what the difference is between in-house milling and 3D printing and different possibilities for these fabrication techniques. Digital dentistry is moving rapidly; let’s see what is possible and could work for your practice!

Learning outcomes

Discuss technologies available in the modern dental practice and the expanded services associated with those. Learn the difference between in-office milling possibilities and 3D printing possibilities. Learn realistic workflows for your practice.

Speaker

Dr Kristine Aadland

Dr Kristine opened her first practice during the longest economic downturn since World War II. Was there magic in her approach? Not at all. She is a technology geek who is dental phobic, so she combined the best technology available with a patient-first approach and grew her practice into what it is today. Kris’s practice has a digital technology flow that honors patient’s busy schedules and has brought exponential growth to her business. She began to lecture when she discovered that very few women stood behind the podium. 'Become the change you want to see' has become a personal mantra for her as she encourages other women to engage in the educational side of dentistry. Kris most often lectures on digital technology, but one of her favorite educational courses is live patient training. This training combines high technology workflows with doctors creating same day smiles for those in need. Never a dry eye at the end of the day, she found a way to combine her love of this industry into an educational format that empowers doctors and changes the lives of those we serve. Although most days you can find her either in her practice or on a stage, you can also find her at Titanium Winery in the Napa Valley. Co-owned with her fiancé, Dr Justin Moody, their first vintage will hit the market in 2025. Their hope is that you will enjoy it with loved ones and create lifetime memories.

NZDA Conference 2024 - Dentist Day 1

In-Office Chairside Restorations- What’s possible and what’s practical


Speaker:

Dr Kristine Aadland

Friday 23rd Aug 2024
8:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre
188 Oxford Terrace
Christchurch Central City
Region: Canterbury
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