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Here is where exocad really shines: Taking your patient from edentulous scan to full arch implant supported prosthesis. We cover the requisite records (scans) and workflow for providing an All-On-X implant supported prosthesis. This includes diagnostic waxup, transitional or conversion denture, and final denture or framework. This is a multi-step workflow and this course illustrates the first part: creating a full arch virtual waxup.
In All-On-X Part Two we take the virtual waxup we created from Part One and start a new Job Order to create an implant supported prosthesis.
Design an occlusal splint, from work order to manufacture.
This course will walk through the steps to design a 3-unit fixed partial denture that is all tooth supported.
Having the most complete prosthesis you can fabricate prior to a patient appointment will save you time and effort chairside, and make for a stronger transitional prosthesis.
This course will walk you through the workhorse of your practice production: a single crown on a natural tooth.
This course will walk you through designing a cement retained single crown on a custom designed abutment.
Design a full arch waxup and custom tray.
Add a custom handle to your custom tray.
Learn multiple methods to design custom trays and augment according to your preferences.
This course will review the customizations you can make to configuration files within exocad. ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS make a backup of your file you are altering BEFORE making any changes! The quickest way to do this is copy and paste the file and rename as .bak. For example, if I am changing colors.xml, I copy and paste the file and rename to colors.xml.bak as my backup. I will continue to add lessons to this course so you always know where to look for customization procedures and I can add customization lessons in response to the feedback and requests you send me. In this course, you will learn file and folder management with incoming STL files and new job definitions, how to change workspace and scan colors (most popular changes are to the workspace background), and naming convention changes for job folders and file names
This is a workaround course to show a way to make a denture base with tooth sockets without using the denture module.
In this course we will go through the wizard steps for the new full denture design definition of a single arch.
By the conclusion of this course you should be able to convert your removable substructure into a fixed hybrid substructure and secondly, fabricate a suprastructure from a different file and material.
Importing an implant library to Exocad so you can design an implant supported restoration.
This three lesson course describes how to use the bite splint module to design an insertion jig for custom abutments.
We design an interim partial denture (flipper) with a reduced labial surface to achieve better esthetics.
The goal of this course is to create a smile design waxup and edit the design and scans to eventually print models for a treatment plan presentation.
Let's be honest, we're not always doing full arch treatment. Sometimes we only want a single tooth to be a mirrored replica. This course will show you how to make a model of a mirrored tooth for case presentation or making a template.
Introduction to the Model Builder module in exocad.
Introduction to the Model Creator module in exocad.
Walkthrough tutorial of the Model Creator module.
This is a full walkthrough of the Model Creator module for printed models, with updates for v2.2 Valletta. New features include independent die insertion directions, gingival masks, and 3D printer presets.
Exocad program navigation and expert tools, what they mean and how you use them.
Designing a positioning jig is a quick way to make sure your provisionals are correctly seated without knowing where the margins are to start.
The goal of this course is to create a monolithic denture you can print and characterize with pink composite, or design a denture base with an offset for tooth pockets and print separately from the denture teeth.
The goal of this course is to create provisional, shell temporary restorations from a pre-operative scan, or pre-existing condition jaw scan. and print or mill those designs for temporary, interim, or trial restorations.
Some options or functionality is only available when you have an optimized construction of merged parts.
Designing bite splints is pretty quick with exocad. Let's make them even quicker! This Quick Tip demonstrates incorporating dynamic occlusion in your bite splint designs automatically.
Color scans are nice to view in exocad when designing our restorations, especially when making smile design previews for our doctors and patients. In this Quick Tip we explain what files are associated with color scans and show you how to save your scan when using the CareStream CS3600 intraoral scanner.
In this Quick Tip, we review a novel way to make an abutment insertion jig using exocad and Meshmixer.
Find out how to flip the red and beige surfaces of your scans if they were flip-flopped when you imported them.
If you've ever gotten to the end of the design wizard and can't find your saved files, this quick tip will end all your frustrations.
Have you ever wondered what those circles indicate, or how to isolate design areas for a screw hole?
We review some new virtual articulator settings and automatic articulation feature.
This course explains how to make a screw retained crown on a custom abutment. The typical workflow only allows for a cement retained crown on a custom abutment.
We design an implant supported bar substructure, then another secondary substructure that will be cemented on top with retention pins.
Single unit restorations are the bread and butter of most dental practices. This course walks you through the steps of creating a single unit crown, designed either as a copy of a neighboring tooth or from a tooth library.
Thimble crowns is a variation in the generic tooth cutback library. This course walks you through designing a full arch of thimble crown cutback preparations and includes gingiva design cutback.
Remove ortho brackets virtually, allowing you to deliver retainers at the same debonding appointment. Save your patients time and increase your office efficiency.
The new courses "Watch Me Work" will catalog the digital workflow without explaining each step and setting. In the first WMW, Bite Splint, we design a functional bite splint.
This WMW Course is designing a single crown on a natural tooth using the direct copy function. We're copying a crown form to the new design so there should be minimal adjustments needed.