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Do you want to learn how to use digital tools in orthodontics, even if you are a beginner in technology?

Can you imagine being able to significantly improve your workflow with free and accessible digital tools?

Course Details

 Date: May 21,22,23 and 24, 2024

Schedule: from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.


Place:  BeiDE Training Center
 C. de Orense, 3, Tetuán, 28020 Madrid, Spain

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  • Registration before April 22, 2024


  • Registration after April 22, 2024


  • Alumni registration


Go Digital 12th Version

This will be the twelfth edition of this course, being the second time it has been held in Spain. During four intensive days, we will explore digital orthodontics beyond aligners, ranging from diagnosis to the design of various orthodontic devices.


The course is designed to provide the essential tools to enable orthodontists, with varying levels of computer skills, to bring their daily practice from an analog form to a digital environment. A progressive learning curve has been structured, starting with more familiar concepts and moving towards more sophisticated levels of knowledge. This makes it an ideal course for those who want to enter the world of digital orthodontics, ranging from diagnosis to the manufacture of physical elements designed using computational tools.


The primary goal of this course is to remove barriers to accessing the digital tools currently available for clinical professionals, allowing them to understand how these tools can significantly improve their workflow. This purpose will be achieved through the use of accessible software, mostly free and with minimal hardware requirements.

Specific objectives:

1.- Know the digitalization of diagnosis, planning and manufacturing in orthodontics

2.- Understand dental photography and video as a fundamental clinical examination in diagnosis

3.- Learn to extract and organize information from DICOM files for 3D images

4.- Learn to process digital dental models to obtain diagnostic information.

5.- Learn to use software to Simulate and plan orthodontic treatment.

6.- Learn to design orthodontic appliances such as TAD guides and Aligners

Requirements for the course. 

1.- The course is aimed at Orthodontists and Dentists who seek to learn the diagnosis and planning of orthodontic treatments.

2.- You must have a Windows computer with characteristics according to the needs of the course, a Gamer-type PC and an external mouse to the computer are recommended.

3.- You must have the following software installed and registered

  • Bluesky plan in its latest version, free
  • Radiant DICOM Viewer paid by monthly subscription
  • Microsoft Powerpoint 365, paid by subscription

Course contents

Digital Diagnosis:

2D Digital Diagnostics:

  • Introduction to Digital Diagnosis in Orthodontics
  • Presentation of the Biolink diagnostic protocol
  • Introduction and Characteristics of Clinical Photography
  • Clinical Photography Technique, Cameras and Cell Phones
  • Clinical photo editing
  • Standardization of size, color and framing in Dental Photography
  • 3D Digital Diagnostics
  • 3D Radiological Diagnosis
  • Image quality in 3D RX
  • Radiation and diagnosis

Digital planning and simulation:

  • Digital Models
  • 3D dental models
  • Intraoral scanner theory and description/comparison
  • Scanning Technique – (SIRONA – MEDIT- Straumman)
  • Diagnosis in Digital Models
  • Practical exercises
  • Digital Articulators and Digital Pantographs
  • Assembly of the virtual articulator (Bluesky Plan)

DICOM files

  • DICOM information extraction
  • Analysis of transversal aspects.
  • Analysis of biological bases.
  • PowerPoint Templates
  • DICOM Image Extraction Exercises

3D Planning

  • Viewing Retained Teeth
  • Vertical control simulation (sectional models)
  • 3D Treatment Objectives Prototype (VTO3D)
  • Planning for Temporary Bone Anchors (TAD)
  • Simulation and planning in Orthodontics for Orthognathic C.
  • Design of Orthodontic Aligners

Dr. Milo Sherrington is an orthodontist trained in Chile, an opinion leader in Latin America in digital orthodontics. The last 10 years have been dedicated to researching and developing protocols so that orthodontics goes from an analog world to a digital one. He has exhibited in many countries and universities 

instagram @milo.nomasyeso

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