Founder, director and Micro-Dentistry speaker of the multi-disciplinary project: Advanced Microscope Dentistry Study Club –AMDSC.
Dr. Ehab M. Ibrahim started his dental career as a teacher and clinical demonstrator for dental students in a reputable dental school –Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University_ serving hundreds of dental patients daily. This was undoubtedly a golden chance to master both worlds, teaching and clinical practice in an academic environment. He has established his private practice early after graduation and managed to continuously upgrade it with the latest techniques and materials which served him to have very good clinical experience. After obtaining his Master degree in restorative dentistry and working as an assistant lecturer in Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University, he decided to get dedicated to clinical practice more than research activities & left his faculty position. In 2014, he became enthusiastic about “micro-dentistry” especially its restorative, Prosthodontic and endodontic applications. He started to teach dentists the concepts of micro-dentistry being the founder, director and Micro-Dentistry speaker of the multi-disciplinary project: Advanced Microscope Dentistry Study Club –AMDSC; the first micro-dentistry study club in Egypt and one of a few in the Middle East and Africa. In 2017, he started a project to upgrade into a fully digital workflow. The project was named; “The Factory of Masterpieces; Dental CAD/CAM Productions”.
Impact of IOS on the dental office workflow; A personal experience
Friday 9th November 2018
1. Getting a solid background of the science behind intra oral scanners (IOS).
2. Getting acquainted with different types of IOS.
3. Getting acquainted with fully digital workflow; how does it work?
4. Experiencing areas of strength of the new CS3600 IOS.
5. Experiencing the benefits of the new CS3600 IOS user interface.
The speaker discusses how adopting optical impressions can dramatically change the practice workflow. Areas of strength of digital workflow are highlighted and benefits discussed from the speaker point of view.
9:00 – 11:00 Lecture
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 2:00 Demo
2:00 – 3:00 Lunch Break
3:00 – 4:30 Hands on
4:30 – 5:00 Exam