Every Dentist Should Go Digital

Last year the COVID-19 pandemic prevented us from hosting our live courses, but this year we're back, teaching dentists from Australia and New Zealand how to start with digital dentistry or grow it further. While this course is mainly focused on the hands-on experience, you can now watch the lectures. Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny and Dr Hamid Al-Hassiny taught our attendees the basics of intraoral scanning, choosing the best IOS for your practice, and moving your restoration production chairside / in-house.

Master intraoral scanning basics and choose the right IOS for you

Learn about modern ceramic materials, their processing, and indications

Design a functional and aesthetic posterior crown

 Get familiar with the CAD/CAM workflows

Start making the single crowns chairside and on the same day

Course Overview

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    01 - Choosing the Right Technology for Your Practice

    • 01 - 01 - Our Journey: How We Started with Digital Dentistry

    • 01 - 02 - Choosing the Right Technology - CAD/CAM Systems

    • 01 - 03 - Intraoral Scanning: Overview

    • 01 - 04 - Intraoral Scanning: Strategy and Indications

  • 2

    02 - In-House CAD/CAM Worklow

    • 02 - 01 - Designing

    • 02 - 02 - Milling Machines and Milling

    • 02 - 03 - Modern Preparation Requirements

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    03 - Modern CAD/CAM Materials: Selection, Processing and Delivery

    • 03 - 01 - CAD/CAM Materials and Processing Overview

    • 03 - 02 - Manufacturing Workflow

    • 03 - 03 - Bonding Protocol


Director of iDD

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny is the Director of The Institute of Digital Dentistry (iDD), which is a leading and future focused online learning facility, with a mission to ensure dentists globally have easy and affordable access to the best digital dentistry training possible. Dr Ahmad is a global leader in digital dentistry and intraoral scanners, carrying out lectures as a KOL for many companies and industry. He is one of the few in the world who has comprehensive clinical experience with all mainstream scanners and CAD/CAM systems.