Adam Filali

Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine, USA

Title: Work flow for implant placement and restoration, utilizing digital dentistry


Adam Filali completed his degree in General Dentistry, followed by three years of intensive training in the study of Prosthodontics, the discipline focusing on full
mouth rehabilitation. This field of dentistry pays special attention to the esthetic appearance and clinical reconstruction of the mouth. He received his Prosthodontic
specialty training at the highly esteemed and prestigious Boston University Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine. Pursuing his specialized interests, he
continued his education by acquiring numerous certifications and credentials in this field.


Although CAD/CAM systems have been utilized in the practice of dentistry for many years, they are becoming increasingly popular in today’s growing digital age. This course will provide you with the knowledge and experience needed to utilize the Sirona Cone Beam CT for the surgical planning of implants in your dental practice. Through a systematic approach, you will learn how to incorporate guided surgery technology into your practice, discuss restoration-driven implant placements, and master digital treatment planning and workflows for the fabrication of surgical guides. The focus of this lecture is to integrate guided surgery into your practice and to be able to communicate with your team and patients.