Digital Dentures Concepts and Techniques

Course Overview

Did you know that 24.6% of adults in Canada over 65 years old are edentulous?
Recent advancements in Denture Design Software and new possibilities within materials and manufacturing make it highly attractive and profitable for labs to produce dentures digitally - yet only 1% are doing it.

Now is the time to get on board and get a competitive advantage!
Join Mr John Batchelor, leading denturist and Key Opinion Leader for digital dentures, for a full day course in collaboration with Dental Axess.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the process how dentures are made using CAD/CAM technology
  • Learn how to digitalize clinical records and treatment plan
  • Know how to digitally design removable dentures
  • Develop a systematic approach for denture fabrication using the digital platform and step-by-step checklists
  • Gain practical experiences from hand-on CAD exercises: transfer of records, special trays, try-in and final fabrication of the prosthesis
  • Learn from patient case presentations
  • Program:

    8.00-8.30 Registration
    8.30-9.00 Introduction
    9.00-10.00 Order forms, import scans, model exercises
    10.00-10.15 Morning tea
    10.15-10.30 Create special tray order form
    10.30-11.00 Demonstrating designing special tray
    11.00-12.30 Design special tray
    12.30-1.30 Lunch
    1.30-1.45 Demonstrate creating digital denture order form
    1.45-2.45 Demonstrating designing digital denture
    2.45-3.00 Designing digital denture
    3.00-3.20 Afternoon tea
    3.20-4.20 Designing digital denture cont.
    4.20-5.00 Recap and retry demonstration


  • The full digital workflow
  • Clinical, technical and patient benefits
  • Digital options for dentures and profitability
  • Hands-on exercises
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