Dr. Marko Tadros
Dr. Marko Tadros
Dr. Tadros started his dental journey at Augusta University in August of 2010. He has obtained his Doctorate in Medical Dentistry by May of 2014. Upon graduation, he received “Best of the Best in Prosthodontics“ award. Dr. Tadros was also awarded “1st place” in the esthetic contest at the “Digital Smile Design Miami Super Week” held by Dr. Christian Coachman in September of 2014.. His attention to details and eagerness to treat challenging cases led him to pursue a three year residency program that specializes in Prosthodontics at Augusta University. Alongside the residency, he was also involved in the Ronald Goldstein Center for Esthetic and Implant Dentistry directed by world renown and father of modern esthetic dentistry, Dr. Gerard Chiche. Dr. Tadros has special interest in comprehensive full mouth rehabilitations, esthetic and Implant dentistry, computerized implant guided surgery, 3D-printing, and digital dentistry. He has recently joined the practice of Dr. Goldstein, Garber, and Salama in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Tadros has several publications including; “A Blended, Novel Team Approach in Academic Esthetic Dentistry “, in the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry and has co-authed a chapter in the recently released "Implant Aesthetic" 2017. Furthermore, he has lectured about esthetic dentistry, Digital Smile Design, computer guided surgery, and 3D-printing both nationally and internationally. He has lectured at the 2015 Georgia Implant Maxicourse, NYU DentalXP symposium 2017, and will be lecturing at the Academy of Osteointegration in 2018. Dr. Tadros also demonstrates exemplary skills in navigating Blue Sky Bio implant planning software, 3shape, and 3D-printing of implant surgical guides in office. He is able to integrate all the digital date in a very unique way to help him treatment plan the best outcome possible for his patients.
Meet Your Future Customer, Is Your Lab Relevant?
Digital dentistry has been around for quite a while. Not until recently has It truly taken the spot lights and became a major topic within the last few years. In my opinion, this is mainly due to the recent availability of many high quality consumer level 3D printers and open file format from major dental softwares.
The issue that we face today is the lack of digital knowledge and communication between the dentist and lab to unleash the full potential of digital dentistry. We will cover concepts and facilitate closing the communication gap. The Future is now a reality, true esthetic and functional digital dentistry is the next big thing. Is your lab ready ?