Leon Pariente: New trends in implantology. The digital generation.
- Digital tools for the benefit of the practice and patient
- How to integrate digital diagnosis and treatment tools in daily clinical practice
- NEXT GEN Forum
- Nobel Biocare New York Global Symposium 2016
Traditional methods of treating our patients are being replaced by digital processes, impacting our daily life. The intake of various technologies such as CBCT imaging, scanning, digitalrestorative design and CAD/CAM production have contributed to this movement. In the same time dental implants macro-design, prosthetic connections and surfaces have also evolved improving the reliability of our treatments. All these capabilities create opportunities for better restorative outcomes.
This presentation will highlight a practice-based model centered on digitally enhanced implant treatment for efficient and predictable esthetic restorative outcomes.
Dr. Pariente earned his DDS degree from the University of Paris René Descartes in 2009. He enrolled at New York University College of Dentistry in the advanced program for international dentists in implant dentistry, graduating in 2012). After returning to Paris, his private practice is limited to implantology and periodontology. He is also a part-time faculty member in the implant department at the University Paris V. He coauthored several international and national publications on implant dentistry and is currently involved in several research projects at the University of Paris René Descartes on immediate implant placement and sinus lift procedures.