Dr. Mario Semenza

– Mario Semenza was born in 1961, Sant’Angelo Lodigiano, Italy.

– In 1984 he graduated with Honors in Dentistry.

– Passionate about his job, he started working on prosthetic and periodontal problems since 1986.

– He developed great skills in developing dental preparation and impression procedures.

– He had been spokesman in various national and international congresses.

– He works I collaboration with The University of Chieti, The Tor Vergata University of Rome and  Vita & Salute – San Raffaele University of Milan.

– He works independently in Sant’ Angelo Lodigiano, Italy.

How to guarantee the best impression making solutions: tips & tricks for better results

In recent years, the evolution of digital technologies, and the continuous development of adhesive and implant techniques, has profoundly affected our modern approach to treatment. However, dental preparations and the study of anatomic data, through the use of dental impressions, still remain key elements to achieve successful results.

In the field of dental-impression-making, the debate between the use of analogical or digital procedures has become of much greater influence. Often the dentist may ask himself: “Will I execute preparations Chamfert or Bopt? Is it better to use a intra-oral scanner? Or should I use the usual material for impressions? What is the best procedure and material for analogical approach?”

During the workshop we will explore different solutions for these doubts and in particular the ways dentists can achieve the best possible results in their work using analogical procedures. The main focus of the workshop will be of guiding the participants in complex procedures and techniques, so that, in the future, they will be able to face them with readiness and security.

Dr. Mario Semenza

– Mario Semenza was born in 1961, Sant’Angelo Lodigiano, Italy.

– In 1984 he graduated with Honors in Dentistry.

– Passionate about his job, he started working on prosthetic and periodontal problems since 1986.

– He developed great skills in developing dental preparation and impression procedures.

– He had been spokesman in various national and international congresses.

– He works I collaboration with The University of Chieti, The Tor Vergata University of Rome and  Vita & Salute – San Raffaele University of Milan.

– He works independently in Sant’ Angelo Lodigiano, Italy.

How to guarantee the best impression making solutions: tips & tricks for better results

In recent years, the evolution of digital technologies, and the continuous development of adhesive and implant techniques, has profoundly affected our modern approach to treatment. However, dental preparations and the study of anatomic data, through the use of dental impressions, still remain key elements to achieve successful results.

In the field of dental-impression-making, the debate between the use of analogical or digital procedures has become of much greater influence. Often the dentist may ask himself: “Will I execute preparations Chamfert or Bopt? Is it better to use a intra-oral scanner? Or should I use the usual material for impressions? What is the best procedure and material for analogical approach?”

During the workshop we will explore different solutions for these doubts and in particular the ways dentists can achieve the best possible results in their work using analogical procedures. The main focus of the workshop will be of guiding the participants in complex procedures and techniques, so that, in the future, they will be able to face them with readiness and security.