About this Episode
Join us at the Ladies of the Mill Summit - Nashville - July 21 & 22
Live, hands-on course using anaxgum pink composite and PREAT Corp. implant components to create lifelike gingiva on implant prosthetics - During LOTM on Saturday July 22
Imagine having to teach over 80 students partial design during covid. That is exactly what Dr. Wendy Clark had to do. Heading up the Pre-doctoral Removable Prosthodontics at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Dr. Clark knew she needed something that the school could afford and would allow for remote lessons. She leaned on her longtime friend and lab technician, Craig Holland. Craig is no stranger to odd and unusual cases, but during the shutdown, Craig found the time from his usual work at 3 Point Dental Studio to self-teach himself coding. Along with his son, CJ Holland, the two used the Blender software and modified it to give Dr. Clark what she needed. This free and open software called Excalibur can do models, custom trays, dies, flippers, nightguards, crown and bridges, and much more.
Check out the Excalibur Software!