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SAM ALAWIE

Sam Alawie completed his Master Dental Technician degree in Brussels, Belgium in 1994. He migrated to the United States in 2003 and opened his own full service dental laboratory in Beverly Hills, California. Sam is well versed on the importance of technical clinical communications and their implementations for successful case planning and patient satisfaction. He is a keen and avid supporter and member of many study groups. He instructed various hands-on crown and bridge courses and hosted presentations throughout Europe and the United States.

In 2012, Sam opened a state-of-the-art educational facility, Oral Design Beverly Hills which offers a spacious venue where dental professionals and students can come together to advance their knowledge, practice their craft, and exchange ideas; offering a wide range of training programs, study groups, and continuing education courses, including advanced classes with world renowned dental specialists.

In 2020 Mr. Willi Geller of the Oral Design Foundation based in Switzerland invited Sam to be an active member of the Oral Design Family.

LECTURE

N E X T

A NOVEL DIGITAL WORKFLOW IN PREDICTABLE FABRICATION OF EMERGENCE PROFILE
FOR IMPLANT RESTORATIONS IN THE ESTHETIC ZONE

 

This presentation will focus on the importance of a fully digital workflow by a correctly designed peri-implant soft tissue and go over the process to transfer the emergence profile of the provisional to the definitive restoration. This technique allows for the fabrication of predictable definitive restorations, appreciating the peri-implant soft tissue in the esthetic zone.

OBJECTIVES: At the completion of the course, participants will be able to discuss:

  • How to control and shape the peri-implant tissue

  • How to properly transfer the emergence profile from provisional to final

    restoration using an intra oral scanner

  • How to convert scanned data into custom abutment fabrication

  • Custom Abutment Design

  • How to choose the proper materials for the abutment and the final crown

  • How participants can properly communicate with their lab through dental

    photography and shade matching

AGD Subject Code: 780 Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry