CHROME Family of Products

DEEP DIVE: GuidedSMILE Family of Products

Overview

The upcoming seminar titled “CHROME Family of Products” will provide attendees with an in-depth exploration of the diverse range of CHROME dental implant products and treatment options available. Throughout the seminar, participants will gain valuable insights into the various components of the CHROME family, each designed to address specific patient needs and clinical scenarios.

The seminar will commence with a comparison between CHROME Day of Surgery and CHROME Complete, offering attendees a comprehensive understanding of the differences between these two product lines. Participants will learn about the features and benefits of each option and how they can best meet the needs of their patients.

A discussion on the Split Fee Model will follow, highlighting its relevance in the context of CHROME implant procedures. Attendees will learn about the advantages of this model and how it can be effectively implemented to enhance patient access to dental implant treatment.

The seminar will then delve into the specific products within the CHROME family, including CHROME Standard, CHROME Natural, CHROME Ivotion, CHROME Replica, and CHROME Zygo. Each product will be accompanied by a brief patient case study, providing real-world examples of how these products are used in clinical practice to achieve successful treatment outcomes.

Through interactive discussions and expert insights, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the capabilities and applications of each product within the CHROME family. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or new to the field of dental implantology, this seminar offers a valuable opportunity to expand your knowledge and enhance your clinical practice with the CHROME family of products.

Learning Objectives
  • Understand the diverse range of CHROME dental implant products and treatment options available, including CHROME Day of Surgery and CHROME Complete, and their respective features and benefits.
  • Gain insights into the Split Fee Model and its relevance in the context of CHROME implant procedures, including how it can enhance patient access to dental implant treatment.
  • Learn about the specific products within the CHROME family, such as CHROME Standard, CHROME Natural, CHROME Ivotion, CHROME Replica, and CHROME Zygo, and their applications in clinical practice.
  • Explore real-world patient case studies accompanying each CHROME product to understand how they are utilized to achieve successful treatment outcomes in different clinical scenarios.
  • Familiarize oneself with the capabilities and applications of each CHROME product, including their unique features and advantages over traditional dental implant systems.
  • Engage in interactive discussions with experts and peers to deepen understanding of the CHROME family of products and their implications for clinical practice.
  • Acquire practical knowledge and skills to enhance clinical decision-making and treatment planning when selecting and utilizing CHROME products for dental implant procedures.
  • Leave the seminar equipped with the knowledge and confidence to effectively integrate CHROME products into one’s clinical practice, regardless of experience level, and optimize patient care in dental implantology.
Speaker
Speaker Bio: Alan Banks, President, GuidedSMILE

Since 2001, Alan has served the dental community through forward-thinking, digital, international companies. As president of GuidedSMILE, Alan manages all aspects of the company. His teams specialize in many areas of dental laboratory technology, with special focus on today’s digital technology, full arch reconstruction, guided surgery, research and development, and optimal clinical solutions. Alan provides technical support to general dentists and specialists throughout the world.

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Date

Oct 09 2024

Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location

Online

Organizer

Chris Moore
Email
marketing@guidedsmile.com
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