SPECTRUM DAY TORONTO IS BACK LIVE!
Join us and Kevin Dillon for 3 different courses at Spectrum Day Toronto!
Visit us at booth 101 and 103
ROOM: P. Berton 1-3
9:00AM - 10:00AM
ROOM: D. Sutherland 1-2
3:00PM - 4:00PM
Fabricating the Final Prothesis utilizing high end 3D Printers and new materials; This is here Now and the Future looks Good
3D printing has been used in dentistry quite extensively for the past 10 years but mostly
for fabricating models and printing of wax for lost wax techniques to fabricate partials and
In the past few years 3D printing has started a surge in fabricating final products for the
patient. Night guards and bite splints are a perfect example of this.
With the advent of new cross polymerization composite resins the printing of end products
has just expanded to fabricating complete dentures, metal free cast partials, printed chrome
cobalt partials, printed crowns and bridges.
The digital revolution in dentistry has been discussed and promised for the past 30 years.
With these new product break throughs, the digital dental revolution has arrived.
Kevin Dillon will give an overview of the processes and science of the products.
ROOM: : D. Sutherland 3-4
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Dentures created through Digital Process: Discussing the new materials from Desktop Health.
There are many ways to create a denture utilizing a digital process. This presentation will start by scanning of reference denture, followed by case design for the denture. This will demonstrate different material workflows. Lastly a live demonstration will be performed for the printing the new flexcera material.
Kevin Dillon will be discussing the new materials from Desktop Health.
About the Speaker:
Kevin Dillon, Jr. - Dental Channel Manager, Canada and MidAtlantic & Northeast US, for EnvisionTEC. Kevin has over 30 years in the dental field. He started his career with Leach & Dillon in 1990, finishing his time as as President / CEO before selling his company to American Dental Supply. Kevin has lectured internationally and has aided dental laboratories in strategic growth. In 2012, he left dentistry to pursue a career in 3D printing, working in the industrial sector, marketing Stratasys 3D printers. Kevin re-entered the dental market in 2015 with EnvisionTEC and is a subject matter expert in 3D printing dental applications.