Digital Smile Design is a leading dental technology company designed for dental professionals to help patients envision their treatments ahead of any procedure. By embracing a digital workflow and desktop stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing, the company is able to accelerate the process of creating temporary mockups while still bringing a personalized experience and facially driven smiles to patients.
Join Dr. Carmen Caballero, European Education Coordinator for Digital Smile Design, and Dr. Elisa Praderi, Clinical Protocols & KOL Manager for Formlabs, for a webinar where they will take attendees through the complete workflow, covering the how and why of the mock-up and how to use 3D printing to transform the digital mock-up into a physical reality.
Dr. Caballero graduated with a degree in Dentistry in Madrid, Spain, after which she did the Master Degree in Oral Surgery and Implant Rehabilitation. She’s worked as a dentist both in Italy and Spain. In 2016, she became a University Professor at the CEU San Pablo University in Madrid, where she continues to teach to this day. She started working with DSD almost 5 years ago, and began in the company as a CAD designer and treatment planner. For almost 2 years now, she’s been a part of the DSD Education team, working as the Academics and Community Coordinator in EMEA. She lectures in the Residency 1, Residency X, DSD Days, Clinical Courses and Universities.
Dr. Elisa Praderi is a trained dentist who graduated from Universidad Católica del Uruguay in 2017. She conducted a research study in the area of esthetic dentistry which she presented in the 96th General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research as a Unilever Hatton Award Competitor. She has worked at the University’s emergency service and in private dental practice for the last 3 years. Elisa has always been interested in dental materials, clinical workflows and technology integration in the daily practice. These components were the triggers that made her pursue a professional career in 3D printing and join Formlabs in 2019 as the Clinical Protocols & KOL Manager.