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Anterior zone management with implants using CADCAM digital flow and difficult patient management.



Cali, Colombia, Latin America


Néstor Schejtman-Plotnik

Dental degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, FES Iztacala, Clínica
Acatlán from 1992-1995.
Prosthodontic Program, University of Rochester, Eastman Dental Center, 1999-2002.
Private Practice in Prosthodontics 2002 to date.
Member of the Mexican Dental Association.
Treasurer of the Executive Council of the American Prosthodontist Society.
Program Chair for the American Prosthodontic Society 2024 meeting.
Member of the Executive Board of the International College of Dentist, Mexican chapter.
Honorary Member of Pierre Fauchard Academy.
Immediate Past President of the Mexican Council of Oral and Maxillofacial Rehabilitation
Professor at the Postgraduate Prosthodontic Program at the National Autonomous
University of Mexico.
Professor for the Mexican Dental Association.
National and international speaker.


Federación Odontológica Colombiana

Abstract :

Today's dentistry allows the clinician to use novel technological digital tools like intraoral scanners, 3D printing, and inmediate manufacturing process to assist in the treatment of difficult patients. This presentation aims to review the scientific litarture presenting the use of digital tools for treating the anterior zone rehabilitation. Also, some clinical cases will be presented to demonstrate how these tools could reduce the chair time  and assist in the diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment execution and controls of difficult patients. 

Learning objectives : 

  • To develop skills in the management of complicated patients in anterior segment rehabilitation.
  • To reinforce concepts and techniques of the use of digital flow in oral rehabilitation.
  • To describe the main characteristics and properties of metal-free restorative materials for use in anterior segment rehabilitation.
  • To explain the care of soft and hard tissue management in anterior rehabilitation.
  • To demonstrate the new concepts in fabrication of provisional fixed prothesis in the anterior segment