Transition Toward Digital Dentures: Introduction and Overview

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The title for today’s discussion is “The Pathway to Transition toward Digital Dentures.” I chose the word “transition” deliberately, as it implies a gradual process rather than an abrupt overhaul. You don’t have to fully commit to the entire digital dentures workflow immediately; you can progress towards it incrementally through various intermediate steps and workflows.

The objective today is to explore the different pathways and workflows for adopting digital dentures in clinical dentistry. We have a diverse audience, ranging from those with no experience to those with significant experience in this realm. Regardless of your starting point, I hope we can address any concerns or questions you may have about taking the first steps or overcoming initial challenges.

I’ve intentionally kept the focus on clinical workflows rather than delving into the intricate details of design, as that is a separate topic unto itself. For those considering digital dentures or unsure of the ideal approach, examining the various clinical workflows should provide valuable insights and answers.
Apologies for the background noise – I’m in Florida currently, a welcome escape from the typical Buffalo weather back home. Just outside my window is a beautiful day, which I thought I’d share with you.

Let’s begin by acknowledging that multiple pathways exist for adopting digital dentures. We’ll briefly overview the outline, but the primary emphasis will be on the clinical workflows and try-in procedures, as I anticipate those being areas of keen interest. So, let’s dive into the discussion.

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