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Dr. Cory Glenn DDS – Blue Sky Bio Academy

Dr. Glenn graduated from University of Tenessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry following graduation, he went on the complete of the Lutheran Medical Center’s advanced education in general dentistry residence of UT Memphis branch.He is a graduated of the Georgia Maxi Course in Implant Dentistry, the American Orthodontic Society’s Comprehensive Ortho Program, and is credentialed as an Associated Fellow in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He has served as the CE director for the TN AGD and as president and CE director of the Middle TN Dental Study Club Dr. Glenn is also one of the founders of the online learning centre, Blue Sky Bio Acedemy.


Dr. Glenn operates a private practice in Winchester, TN where he performs all disciplines of dentistry with a particular focus on utilizing technology and innovative techniques to provide treatment in an efficient and cost effective manner while still maintaining the highest level of quality. He has spoken on numerous occasions on the topics of CAD/CAM, cone-beam technology and guided dental implants, dental photography, dental smile design, complete dentures, and complex full mouth rehabilitation.



Hilton Sydney
488 George St
Sydney, New South Wales 2000
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Course Schedule

Morning Session: Intro and Lecture
Introduction: Why guided surgery?
Introduction to the Blue Sky Bio Software
Learn the different guided surgical approaches
Learn the types of guided kits available
BlueSkyBio drills and protocols
Integration of Cone Beam data and STL data
Understanding the limitation of Cone Beam and STL integration
Integration and limitation of multiple Cone Beam data sets
3d printing in office: benefits and limitations

Afternoon Session: Tooth-Borne Cases
Multiple ways to design a surgical stent and how to choose appropriate design type
Proper case presentation techniques for patients
Where and how to easily obtain Cone Beam scans
Afternoon Session: Hands on Exercises on computers
Single implant placement designs
Multiple parallel implant designs
Generating STL from cbct scans of models and impressions
Mock surgery on models

Morning Session: Edentulous and Full Mouth Cases
Scan appliances and their use in treating heavily restored dentitions
Treatment planning large cases
Appropriate case set ups and their ramifications during surgery
The multiple uses for chairside denture duplication
Immediate extractions and bone guides
How to keep track of the vertical dimension
The multiple restorative options available to you
Accurate transfers of fixtures to models
Digital impressions for edentulous cases
Hybrid designs for frameworks
Digital designs and bar fabrication|
Hygienic full arch restorative options
Controlling Restorative costs
Hands on planning edentulous and heavily restored cases

Afternoon Session: Edentulous and Full Mouth Cases
What the future holds
Intro to Meshmixer
Bone segmentation
Bone level reduction and surgical guides