This is a one hour instructional video of CEREC’s Omnicam. Whether you are a new user or just looking at the technology, this gives you great insight on how to properly use it. I review posterior and anterior applications, including the 2D mode.
Major advancements continue to occur in our digital age from smart phones to computer programs. One of the most intriguing digital medical technologies is 3D intra-oral scanning. The Cerec Omnicam is one that’s main features include: color-rendered models, video streaming, powder-free, and small camera foot print. This course discusses the utilization of the Omnicam and techniques and “tricks” for success. Posterior and anterior applications are discussed as well as new features such as the “cut” and the 2D mode. If you are a current Cerec user wanting to hone your skills, or someone curious about the technology, this narrative instruction will guide you for the best outcome.
Description of Speaker:
Dr. Todd Ehrlich graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School and served as president of its Alumni Association. He is a certified CEREC Trainer through the International Society for Computerized Dentistry, Sirona Dental Systems, and Patterson Dental. His “Cerecology” training program is considered one of the premiere training seminars for the CEREC method. He is a beta tester for CEREC and Emax CAD. He has lectured internationally on dental CAD/CAM technologies, and has published articles relating to practice management, digital photography, and the CEREC method in numerous dental trade journals. His case presentations are well known for his attention to detail, aesthetics, and photography. He serves as one of the few Administrators on Dentaltown’s Web site forums. Dr. Ehrlich runs a successful family and cosmetic practice outside of Austin, Texas with his wife, Kristine.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to achieve the following:
- Learn proper manipulation of the Cerec Omnicam in the posterior and anterior.
- Establish defined techniques for predictable imaging and stitching.
- Discover methods to alter 3D models for more efficient imaging.
- Determine how to use and where to find the 2D Video mode.