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A-007 - Objective Tooth Preparation Assessment: Surface Scanning Technology and 3D Analysis

Monday, March 19
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Tallahassee Room
CE: 1.5

Target Audience: Faculty

Learning Focus: Assessment

Session Designation: SOTL

Dental Education: General Dentistry  

Grading of preclinical dental preparations, waxups and restorations has long been criticized for its subjectivity, inconsistency across examiners and students, lack of accuracy and difficulty explaining results to students. In this session, use of surface scanning and image analysis software will be demonstrated as a means of producing accurate, objective and consistent comparisons to reference standard teeth. An effective visualization technique will be presented that makes it easy to demonstrate to students where their work may depart from ideal preparations and restorations. This session will provide participants with a clear understanding of how to implement the demonstrated techniques.

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Thomas J. Greany, D.D.S.

University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine

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Thomas J. Greany, D.D.S.

University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine

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