With an eye on the art of digital dentistry
Last week The Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics (GNYAP) held its 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting and Amsterdam Dental Group was there. Held in the heart of Manhattan, the 2-day event offers a comprehensive program to clinicians, educators and students, highlighting the latest technology, state-of-the art topics and more. Specific presentations included Digital Dentistry in Contemporary Prosthodontics, Guided Surgery – Guided Prosthetics and Digital Workflows from a Perio Prospective – to name a few.
Drs. Jeffrey Ingber and Howard Fraiman, both fellows of the Academy, alongside Dr. Caleb Cross attended this year’s meeting that focused on the advancing digital technologies in prosthodontics. Says Dr. Fraiman, “The meeting reinforced Amsterdam Dental Group’s belief that the future of dentistry centers around digital minimally invasive solutions. We are committed to remain at the forefront of Digital Intraoral Scanning instead of traditional impressions, CAD/CAM dental crown fabrication and MIDI – our computer guided implantalogy technique using minimally invasive dental implant procedures.”
Founded in 1954, the mission of The Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics is to benefit dental patients by advancing the art, science and practice of prosthodontics, encouraging the highest ethical standards and professional involvement, while promoting a better relationship among the other disciplines of dentistry and related professions.