How do you start with 3D printing in your practice?

We all keep hearing about 3D printing and how its revolutionized dentistry but where do you start? Dr Michael Scherer, an experienced prosthodontist, will introduce you to the very fundamentals of 3D printing, options currently available on the market and more importantly, how to implement it in your practice. We are also going to have a look at clinical workflows and applications of 3D printing in your daily professional life.

Discover how your practice will benefit from a digital workflow

Learn about types of 3D printers and materials suitable for dentistry

Evaluate the manufacturing options so they suit your clinical needs

Explore the clinical applications of 3D printed prosthodontics

 Learn the pros and cons of popular 3D Printers on the market

Make an informed investment choice in the right printer for you

Course Overview

  • 1

    Fundamentals of 3D Printing

    • 01 - Transitioning to Digital Dentistry and 3D Printing

    • 02 - Types of 3D Printers and Applications of 3D Printing

    • CPD QUIZ

  • 2

    CPD Number and Certificate - complete the quiz to access

    • Accredited for 1 Hour CPD

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Dr Michael Scherer

Dr. Michael Scherer is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Loma Linda University, a Clinical Instructor at University of Nevada – Las Vegas, and maintains a practice limited to prosthodontics and implant dentistry in Sonora, California. He is a fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists, has published articles, books, and in-person and online courses related to implant dentistry, clinical prosthodontics, and digital technology with a special emphasis on full-arch reconstruction. As an avid technology & computer hobbyist, Dr. Scherer’s involvement in digital implant dentistry has led him to develop and pioneer new approaches with 3D printing, CAD/CAM surgical systems, implement interactive CBCT implant planning, and outside of the box radiographic imaging and digital design concepts.