Professor J-D. Orthlieb revisits his Octa principle in the light of digital technical development in partnership with FeeL Education.
Optimize the occlusal architecture in an individualized way and realize the digital design to an extended reconstruction, in 8 systematic steps and declined them whatever the typology of the skeleton.
From the pre-requisites to the step-by-step design choices of each occlusal point, the decisions will be detailed and supported by scientific data.
From analog to Digital
Professor Orthlieb reviews the state of the art, the procedures in conventional technique, their interests and their limits.
During this session you will follow and understand the digital design of a complete dentition, in 8 systematic steps and declined whatever the skeletal typology. Cl 1, 2 and 3..
« Using the latest technology, but regardless of any commercial interest, we keep it simple, efficient and fast. »
The work of the laboratory is not only greatly improved but also simplified, and this allows pre-operative drawing to become widespread, thus meeting the requirements of both conventional and digital dentistry.
«This initial prospective design is absolutely essential because the rest of the therapy depends on it. Being able to design a dentition adequately is an absolutely remarkable skill»
Professor J-D. Orthlieb defined 20 years ago, using the added wax technique, the eight chronological points which allow the sculpting of a complete denture in a rational and justified way.
Here we adapt the conventional protocol to the new digital tools, improving and simplifying the therapeutic modelling.
During this session you will follow and understand the digital design of a complete dentition, in 8 systematic steps and declined whatever the skeletal typology. Cl 1, 2 and 3.
Starting with the prerequisites, then following a systematic step-by-step process up to the choice of design for each occlusal point, the decisions will be detailed and supported by the acquired scientific data.
In a resolutely concrete approach, based on our clinical and laboratory experience, we will illustrate the subject with numerous detailed cases.
The models will be illustrated using Exocad and 3shape software. We will see how to make the best use of the latest digital tools, but we will also look at effective alternative solutions.