Outdated? No way! How to inspire young dental technicians for full denture prosthetics
In general, it’s not easy to inspire young people for dental technology. It’s even more difficult to make the subject of full dentures attractive to them. If you combine full denture prosthetics with the exciting and seminal topic of digitization, you could be successful.
Young dental technician trainees are digitally savvy
The world of today thinks and acts digitally. In particular, for many younger people, classic craftsmanship seems to be out, anything to do with the new digital technologies, on the other hand, is in! No doubt, you also ask yourself: Are full denture production methods – the production of removable restorations - still current in this day and age?
These concerns are understandable. That’s why it’s important to know: Full denture prosthetics will always remain topical in the future, simply because there is a need for it. And: In this field, there is also an alternative to traditional manual craftsmanship. When you produce full dentures digitally, you join conventional with modern technology in a smart and efficient way. In the digital process, individual pieces of the denture are designed and manufactured digitally based on the well-proven, conventional clinical workflow. This includes
- the individual tray with or without bite registration
- and the full denture in the form of an esthetic try-in, immediate denture or finished full denture restoration. Single jaw restorations are also possible.
This makes full denture prosthetics fun
You’ll see: Suddenly full denture prosthetics is enjoyable again. Now, you can produce the full denture using state-of-the-art methods, innovatively and stress-free on the screen.