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Full arch rehabilitation utilizing tilted implants from a surgical and prosthetic prospective

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

• Implant design vs bone density vs drill sequence = Primary stability
• Implant placement thinking 3-dimensionally
• Selecting an ideal abutment regarding the biological width
• Prosthetic pre-plan = key for success
• Guided surgery and virtual plan
• Surgeon/Pros/Lab synergy = communication

DESCRIPTION

Full arch rehabilitation with dental implants in edentulous patients or
with compromised remaining teeth is a highly predictable treatment.
Three-dimensional position of the implants, as well as bone reduction, are
crucial points for treatment success, therefore, tilted implants must be designed minimizing the extent of cantilever and avoiding the commitment
of the maxillary sinus and inferior alveolar nerve. The hybrid prosthesis is
the most common type of prosthesis used in this kind of treatment and
minimum space is required to allocate for the prosthetic abutment, the
framework and the teeth. This training aims to demonstrate the need for
bone reduction, proper implant placement,
proper selection of straight and/or angled abutments, and the conversion
of a denture over titanium copings.

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AUDIENCE

Dentists, General Practitioners, Prosthodontists

TYPE

Lecture

TUITION

Complimentary

CE CREDIT

1 hours