CE programme
In Person

Dentist - lab. Communication

Baghdad 2nd International Dental Meeting


Baghdad, Iraq, Middle East


Dr. Ahmed Saad

Dr. Ahmed Saad received his BDS degree from Tikrit university, College of dentistry in 2014. He earned his master of science degree in conservative and aesthetic dentistry from mustansiriyah university (Iraq) in 2019.

He is working in the field of restorative dentistry at Al-Bayan university, College of dentistry (Iraq) as a lecturer. He is the coordinator of the basic and advanced courses with direct and indirect restorations in dentistry (Baghdad; Iraq).

He is an active member of the Iraqi dental association from 2014 - 2023

Dr. Saad opened a private dental practice in Baghdad in 2019 and in the same year he achieved his membership from styleitaliano as a silver member.

Dr. Saad is the founder of (rivan courses) a private training center established in 2019 that mainly focuses on indirect restoration including indirect veneers, crown and bridge and partial restorations courses.

He is a gold and active international styleitaliano member.


Iraqi Dental Association


Proper communication between dental office and dental laboratory leads to well-designed prosthesis, satisfied clinician, and comfortable professional relationship between clinician and dental technician. The communication occurs usually through a laboratory work authorization Form containing handwritten instructions from the clinician to the dental technician.

Communication is the key to success in cosmetic dentistry/laboratory relations”, The ideal situation of communication exists when the dental technician can meet the patient and the clinician personally to discuss the case.

Most laboratories working on implant prosthodontic cases report inadequate communication between the laboratory and dentists related to materials and techniques used in fabrication of indirect restorations, so we need to focus on this point.

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the lab
  • Work and materials
  • to evaluate the common errors that may occur during crown and bridge construction.