10-12 APRIL 2025
BARCELONA CCIB

Digital flow applied to minimally invasive dentistry

  • 26/01/2023
  • 11:50 - 12:00
  • Clinic Innovation Theatre
  • The multiple advances experienced in the field of minimally invasive dentistry have brought advantages that, until a few years ago, seemed practically impossible. There is enough scientific evidence and the limitations and advantages of its clinic application are currently demonstrating, as occurs in complete rehabilitations.
    The development of digital flow has meant a revolution by allowing the integration plan of treatment, design and milling in a single protocol capable of reducing, effectively, the patient’s time in consultation and the failures of communication with the laboratory, providing a more result predictable and satisfactory.
    The integration of the DSD (Digital Smile Design), focused on developing a treatment plan that adjusts to the patient’s needs; With the different scanners and design software currently available in the market, with which we acquire a precise and detailed 3D model of the mouth to rehabilitate, make the approach we plan to give to the case, both for the patient, to which we can explain to which we can explain, visually the result we plan to achieve; as for the rest of the multidisciplinary team we work with.
    The main problem remains in the anatomical structures that tend to make it difficult to capture images during intraoral scan, giving unstable and unpredictable results. The iOS science (intra-oral scanners) has a broad terrain that is in full swing for numerous applications and techniques focused on minimally invasive dentistry.
    To all this, we have to see the advance of technological science, which overcomes and hinders how to carry out all the research that they can demonstrate truthfully, and precisely, these advances. All this, added to the lack of analysis in vivo, makes us think that a constant conducting of bibliographic studies that can help determine parameters that facilitate the development of digital dentistry is necessary.

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The multiple advances experienced in the field of minimally invasive dentistry have brought advantages that, until a few years ago, seemed practically impossible. There is enough scientific evidence and the limitations and advantages of its clinic application are currently demonstrating, as occurs in complete rehabilitations.
The development of digital flow has meant a revolution by allowing the integration plan of treatment, design and milling in a single protocol capable of reducing, effectively, the patient’s time in consultation and the failures of communication with the laboratory, providing a more result predictable and satisfactory.
The integration of the DSD (Digital Smile Design), focused on developing a treatment plan that adjusts to the patient’s needs; With the different scanners and design software currently available in the market, with which we acquire a precise and detailed 3D model of the mouth to rehabilitate, make the approach we plan to give to the case, both for the patient, to which we can explain to which we can explain, visually the result we plan to achieve; as for the rest of the multidisciplinary team we work with.
The main problem remains in the anatomical structures that tend to make it difficult to capture images during intraoral scan, giving unstable and unpredictable results. The iOS science (intra-oral scanners) has a broad terrain that is in full swing for numerous applications and techniques focused on minimally invasive dentistry.
To all this, we have to see the advance of technological science, which overcomes and hinders how to carry out all the research that they can demonstrate truthfully, and precisely, these advances. All this, added to the lack of analysis in vivo, makes us think that a constant conducting of bibliographic studies that can help determine parameters that facilitate the development of digital dentistry is necessary.

Speakers

David Martín Casanova Arce

David Martín Casanova Arce

Master´s degree student

Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio

Alejandro Salvador Monzón Bordón

Alejandro Salvador Monzón Bordón

General Dentist/Aesthetic Dental/Endodontics/Restorative

Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio