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How to Achieve Better Clinical Results in the Current State of Dental Implantology

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

• Understand Implant-abutment connections and how they interfere with our clinical outcomes
• Learn the Importance of preserving the biological width on the restorative procedures and how the selection of the correct abutment gingival height plays a critical role in it
• Explore Implants restorative solutions
• Understand the different workflows you can use for each case, including digital ones
• Familiarize yourself with temporary restorative options and workflows
• Learn the step-by-step of creating temporary restorations to create and or maintain an ideal emergence profile for your prosthetic solutions
• Optimize the selection and use of healing abutment depending on your case scenario and portfolio options
• Identify different Impression types and best practices
• Practice implant-level/ abutment-level, open-tray/ closed-tray techniques on a hands-on Impression workshop
• Discuss the solutions with the different abutment options
• Study the abutment selection criteria and when to choose each type
• Learn how build the proper parts/ workflow method that best suits your practice
• Review history of dental implants
• Identify anatomy and key landmarks
• Explain Surgical implant placement step-by-step
• Understand and apply Implant staging and healing
• The importance of implant placement thinking multi-dimensionally
• Optimization of the bone crest and soft tissue maintenance

DESCRIPTION

Implant dentistry is evolving in a rather fast pace, and with it, so are the patient’s expectations regarding their clinical outcomes. With Immediate Implant protocols being a reality, today, it is important we keep updated with the current solutions available in the market and with how they can help all of us clinicians on creating more efficient protocols that are better for the patient, and also easier, faster and more profitable for our practices. To that end, understanding the various ways to restore and the prosthetic components available for tailoring your clinical solutions is key to a successful practice. Digital dentistry is also quickly becoming an important factor in our current standard of care. It is changing the economics, efficiencies and quality of dental treatment. It is not an issue of if you’re going to adopt it, but when. This program will provide an overview of the possible restorative workflows for Implants, including temporary and final restorations, analogic and digital, Implant-level and Abutment-level routes as well as discuss various Implant prosthetic solutions .

Since the concept of osseointegration was discovered in the 1950’s by Prof. Brånemark, many studies have shown high success rates centered around the functionality of dental implants with no regard for esthetics. The longevity of an implant inserted into bone is no longer an issue, but the longevity of the crowns over these implants and the soft tissue surrounding it are now
more important, not only from the functional aspect but also from the esthetic point of view. Another important aspect to be observed is the way the soft and hard tissues behave once an implant receives function.

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October 01-02, 2021 in
Long Beach, California

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October 01-02, 2021Long Beach, California

4M Institute: 3918 Long Beach Boulevard, #200, Long Beach, CA 90807

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AUDIENCE

General Practitioners

TYPE

Lecture/Participation

TUITION

$2,500

CE CREDIT

16 hours