CEREC Straight Forward does what you are looking for:  quadrant strategies, implant restorations, bridges, characterization, anterior design.
It is a two day hands-on course that focuses on the fundamentals of dentistry and how to properly use CEREC and the appropriate materials successfully. This is the course for fast integration of CEREC into your practice!

1. Discuss the latest software updates.
2. Determine which Parameters mean the most for your final milled restoration.
3. Review design methods and pros/cons for each.
4. Develop a designing strategy for more efficiency on the computer.
5. Take the principles of single unit design and apply them for multiple units.
6. Establish a simple staining and glazing protocol to optimize the esthetics of the restorations.
7. Design custom implant abutments and crowns while giving clues for more difficult cases.
8. Bridge design for use with the available chairside materials.
9. Reduce the stress of designing and selecting ceramics for anteriors.
10. Develop a methodology for finishing restorations for natural contours and surface textures.
11. Discuss the latest in material options and their benefits.

Number of CE - Points

12 CE-Punkte

Distance to course location

0 km

Language of the course


Suggested subscriber type

Assistant Dentist, Dentist

Type of the course



Aesthetics, Computer Supported Dentistry, Implantology, Restorative Dentistry

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Course Address

Austin United States of America
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Todd Ehrlich

Todd Ehrlich, DDS, FAGD

Dr. Ehrlich elevates his patient care by the digital components of his practice and years of experience of hand-making his own ceramics.  Although having a small practice outside of Austin, Texas, he utilizes the technologies to their fullest and reaps the benefits from them, especially CEREC and Galileos.   Dr. Ehrlich has lectured extensively on CAD/CAM technologies and has developed one of the premiere training programs for CEREC:   Cerecology Advanced CEREC Training.  He was a beta tester for CEREC’s Omnicam and was a beta tester for Ivoclar-Vivadent’s Emax CAD.  He is also an Administrator on Dental Town’s website.

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Digital Enamel

Digital Enamel   is what we consider an online “Digital Dental Magazine.”  It was  started by Dr.’s Todd Ehrlich and August deOliveira, but will grow with advocates to dental technology.    This encompasses many topics and categories.   We have a unique focus with our articles:  tell our stories with photographs and videos as much as possible.

We pride ourselves on this, and know that it is a lot more fun to “read.”   We know because we are on the internet, too!

We’ve only scratched the surface!   If you are interested with contributing and becoming part of the Digital Enamel family contact us.  Let us know how you can help deliver the digital message of dentistry!   It could be anywhere from CAD/CAM to simply making posts of the latest digital news.

We are proud to have James Klim, DDS join our efforts!   He is not only a well-respected clinician, he is our personal friend.  You will enjoy his creativity of media and high quality dentistry.