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Immediate load with dental implants from single units to full arches

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

Rehabilitation with dental implants has been a predictable procedure for
a long time. Patient’s expectation in receiving a treatment with immediate result has brought us big challenges and that push us to find a way
to realize their need. The implant loading time has been well studied and
the techniques of two surgical stages, one surgical phase and immediate
and/or esthetic loading has shown high success rate. A combination of
the implant design, bone quality and quantity and the sequence drill are
the three most important factors to increase the possibility to achieve an
ideal primary stability of the implant. A pre-plan and complement tests
are critical to optimize better results in this technique. The immediate
loading procedure can and should be done in full arch cases, partial, single
restoration and post extractions cases.

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AUDIENCE

Prosthodontists, General Practitioners, Dentists

TYPE

Lecture

TUITION

Complimentary

CE CREDIT

1 hours