due to Covid-19

Spectrum Day Edmonton 
Saturday (Date TBA) - Room: Western Conf. Ballroom

Registration: 8:00-9:00am

Exhibit Hall:  8:00am-1:00pm - Grand Ballroom 

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Pam Rehm

Digital dentures- Increase your lab productivity using practical digital workflows for removable prosthetics 

TIME: 9:00AM - 10:00AM

Course Outline: This course will provide a practical look at how CAD CAM technologies can be used to improve your practitioner to lab workflows when fabricating all removable prosthetics. Traditional denture fabrication consists of 5-7 patient appointments, however with the efficiency of a digital workflow we can now reduce that down to 3-4 patient appointments. This will allow the clinicians we work with to reduce chair time, but it will also improve technicians productivity while still producing a high quality restoration. We will look at digital workflows step by step for removable prosthetics for both small in-house labs working directly with the clinician, and also larger stand alone labs.


Pam Rehm graduated from NAIT in 2014 and now works in St. Albert, Alberta. Since graduating she has worked in the removables area of dental technology and has had a special interest in the possibilities of digital solutions for removable prosthetics from the very start of her work in the field.


Over the past year and a half, she has been working with a local denturist and they have adapted a compete digital workflow into their practice. Working with local surgeons and other dental practitioners  they have the ability to digitally design and manufacture everything from implant placement guides to 3D printed temporary flippers. 

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Domenico Cascione, MDT

Digital workflow vs. Analogue technique for implant-supported prosthesis

TIME: 10:00AM - 11:00AM

Course Outline: Treatment planning for full mouth implant restoration is the key of the success of communication between dental technician and dentist. CAD/CAM technology in implant dentistry has grown exponentially in recent years. with an inexhaustible supply of frameworks, designs, and materials, there are no real guidelines as to the appropriate selection and design of the framework foundation and supported tooth forms. This presentation will provide a decision tree and a new classification system for CAD/CAM framework and abutments selection according to case specific indications.

Domenico Cascione, B.Sc., CDT, obtained his primary education in Bari (Italy), where he was also certified as a Dental Technologist (CDT) in 1985. From 1991 to 2004, he carried out metallurgy research becoming a specialist in dental metallurgy. He is the Research Associate and Program Director of Advanced Training for Dental Technology at the Center for Dental Technology at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. Domenico is the Editor-in-Chief of Spectrum Dialogue, the largest technical journal in North America.

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LUNCH in the Exhibit Hall



TIME: 12:30PM - 1:30PM

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College of Dental Technologists of Alberta - AGM


TIME: 1:30PM - 4:00PM

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For more information contact

Palmeri Media Group

TEL: 1 905-489-1970   

TF: 1 866-581-8949 Ext. 206 / 207

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