BVOMS & Straumann Annual Meeting

Treatment Planning and Advances in Digital Dentistry

Friday, February 3, 2023 

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Stella Hotel
4100 Lake Atlas Dr, Bryan, Texas 77847, USA



Digital dentistry is changing the way general dentists, surgeons, and laboratory
technicians interact with one another and treatment plan. Incorporation of CAD/
CAM technology for restorative solutions can help deliver natural-looking, esthetic
results for patients. Connectivity between current CAD/CAM scanners and intra-oral
scanners allows the restorative doctor to take a digital impression, make any occlusal
modifications chair side, and send the file to the laboratory to design the restoration.
Predictable treatment success in the esthetic zone depends on comprehensive
assessment and planning, the quality of the implant site and tissue response, and
selection of appropriate implants and custom restorative components.

 Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the team approach and importance of communication to implant therapy
  • Recognize how to incorporate recent technological advances as part of
    the treatment plan
  • Understand how digital impressions can help create an accurate final restoration
  • Understand the materials and processes available for CAD/CAM restorations

Robert C. Vogel, DDS

Dr. Robert Vogel graduated from the Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in New York City, New York; upon graduation, he completed a combined residency program in Miami, Florida at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mount Sinai Medical Center, and Miami Children’s Hospital. He maintains a full-time private practice in implant prosthetics and reconstructive dentistry, located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. He works closely as a team member with several specialists providing implant-based comprehensive treatment, as well as conducting clinical trials and providing clinical advice to the dental attachment and implant fields.

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