Throughout the year we offer a wide range of technical webinars. The webinars give you an insight into what would be offered at one of our Core3daCADemy courses. The webinars are delivered live by our team of experts and give you the opportunity to interact with the team there and then. As the webinars are on-line you can watch them in the comfort of your own lab or practice and you can get your full team involved without having to down tools or travel to participate. As well as offering the webinars to you live we also record the webinars and upload them here for you to view at your convenience.

We hope you enjoy our webinar series and find it useful. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for future webinars you would like to see.

Recent Webinars:

VITA WEBINAR – 26th August 2015
New Generation of Materials

Core3daCADemy™ and VITA Zahnfabrik recently held a webinar on the “New Generation of VITA Materials”. Today there are endless restorative material possibilities. The selection and reasoning of using a specific material is becoming vaguer as CAD/CAM offerings explode into the market. This webinar provides the rationale behind the development and material selection based on restorative indications and not trends. VITA material choices will be highlighted to you with the possibilities to achieve high aesthetics that will help differentiate your dental practice or lab from the competition.

Presenting the Webinar:

Tom Behaeghel, Technical Advisor Western Europe for VITA Zahnfabrik,

Tom began his career as a trainee dental technician in 1999 at the “Dental Laboratory Behaeghel” and then at the “Technical Institution Anneessens”. In 2003 he then moved on to become a Technical Training Advisor for VITA Zahnfabrik throughout Western Europe and in 2006 became an official course instructor for VITA as well as Technical Training Advisor. Throughout the webinar Tom will discuss the VITA SUPRINITY and VITA ENAMIC materials, the indication possibilities with these materials, advantages and disadvantages and comparisons against other materials.

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