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Digital Implant Dentistry – Getting on the bandwagon

2024 Chinese Stomatological Association Annual Congress & China Dental Show


Shanghai, China, Asia Pacific


Sock Hooi Tan
  • General dental practitioner for more than 20 years
  • Clinical Supervisor for International Medical University Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry Programme
  • Election committee of Malaysian Dental Association
  • Past Chairman of the Malaysian Dental Association Northern Zone
  • Past council member of Malaysian Dental Association & Malaysian Oral Implant Association


Chinese Taipei Association for Dental Sciences

Abstract :

Nowadays, achieving mere implant survival is not sufficient.  It must also demonstrate long term predictability and guaranteed aesthetic for optimal results. The technological advances of CBCT and intra-oral scanners, allow precise merging of these data. This has brought implant surgery to an entirely different level, providing us the improved accuracy as well as simplifying the process to help reduce working time. But why do some dentists still resist it? What are the scenarios that benefit most from it?

Learning objectives :

  • Understanding the importance of each and every team player’s role; from diagnosis to treatment planning, surgery and prosthetics.
  • Cases that benefit most from this technology advancement.
  • What are its limitations.