NEW: The program is underwritten and produced through the generosity of DENTSPLY Prosthetics to provide new learning tools for dental technicians in removable technology that will enrich the Foundation's removable curriculum.
This 5-module removable video program documents a patient case from initial chairside assessment through placement of the final dentures. Each individual module was scripted and produced to document each step of the denture process between the dentist and the dental laboratory technician.
Dr. Lars Bouma and Mr. Jerry Kaizer, CDT (Murray-Kaizer Dental Lab, CDL) provided clinical and technical guidance throughout the program development and production. This unique program provides a visualization of the chairside and laboratory protocols and delivers key insights into the collaboration needed between the dentist and the technician to ensure the best denture solution for the patient.
This course is broken into the five modules shown below:
1. Basic Anatomy To Custom Tray
2. Fabrication of Bite Rims and Patient Use
3. Articulation and Set-Up
4. Wax-Up, Try-In, and Adjustments
5. Processing, Finish & Polish, and Delivery
This course is approved for 2.5 hours of Scientific Credit through the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology (NBC). This video will be available in your Foundation Learning Library Classroom for 90 days from your purchase date and will expire after that time.