LMT Clinics 2016

LMT Lab Day Chicago® Course Schedule

Saturday, February 27th

Water Tower Room, Bronze Level

7:00am - 8:00am

OSHA Lab Safety and GHS MadeSimple - CE Credits

- United Alliance & BEGO USA

Join us for a course that will teach you the importance of standard precautions as well as the importance of laboratory safety. Understand the role of regulatory and risk management issues that are present in the dental lab. Identify strategies that can prevent exposure to workplace hazards. Review the Global Harmonization System standards and requirements.

1-Hour Regulatory Standard Credits

Pre-registration: $55; Registration at show: $65

8:30am - 9:30am

State-of-The-Art RPD Materials and Techniques for Digital and Non-Digital Manufacturing"

- Martin Schmid, CDT

RPD's are growing and projected to grow long into the future. Participants will see state-of-the-art hands and digital designing options, wax and printed patterns, and fast cast techniques for casting frames in less than an hour from investing.

10:00am - 11:00am

Special Address to IWC Labs on Wironium Workflow with Varseo"

- By InvitationOnly

11:30am - 12:30pm

Press to Traditional and SLM Material - Profit from PFM's Again!

- Joerg Mueller, MDT

Mr. Mueller will take participants through a step-by-step Press-to-Metal process for single units to large bridges, with traditional and Selected Laser Melted alloys. Participants will learn critical information from split file digital designs and machined wax output, through investing, pressing, finishing, staining and glazing. Today's updated Press-to-Metal materials and digital metals offer an efficient way to increase consistency and truly manage the most labor intense process in the lab; PFM ceramic application.

1:00pm - 2:00pm

What Every Lab Really Needs to Know About 3D Printing

- Al Fillastre, CDT

3D printing is emerging as one of the fastest and most accurate prototyping technologies for the Dental Laboratory. While the concept and process is seemingly simple, there are a number of considerations that will make huge improvements in the quality and consistency not only of the printed patterns, but also the results when processing them through the lab.

2:30pm - 4:00pm

Implant Reconstructions: Digital and Non-Digital Workflows for Economic and Esthetic Success

- Alexander Wuensche, CDT

Alexander Wunsche, will help organize your workflow for simple and full arch fixed and hybrid complex implant reconstruction cases in a mostly digital environment. Explore treatment planning and design options in 3 Shape and Exocad, material selection, and various in house and outsource manufacturing opportunities that will help the modern lab master implants.

Call Today to Reserve Your Spot for These Exciting Courses!

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Additional Midwinter Chicago Appearances

Cal-Lab Association -Thursday, February 25th at The Westin Michigan Avenue - Visit us at Table M-17 in the Michigan Ballroom