Simplifying dental implant restorations

Richmond Hill, Canada : Nov 21, 2017
  • Course overview

    Overview:
    This program aims to provide the fundamental concepts for restoring single-unit
    and multiple-unit implant-supported restorations. Participants will gain an in-depth
    understanding of both the clinical and laboratory steps involved in capturing,
    designing, fabricating, and placing implant restorations. It will focus on the latest
    technological advancements in implant dentistry including digital impressions, digital
    designs, and manufacturing.
    This program is ideal for general practitioners who wish to expand their implant
    restoration skills.

    After this evening course, the participant will...
    – Understand the clinical and laboratory steps involved in restoring single-unit and
    multiple-unit implant-supported restorations.
    – Be able to identify the differences between single-unit and multiple-unit
    restorations.
    – Know the similarities and differences between the analog, analog-digital, and digital
    workflows.
    – Be familiar with the process of capturing digital implant impressions.
    – Know the many materials currently available for restoring implants and emphasize
    their inherent strengths and limitations.
    – Understand the differences between stock abutments and clarify the circumstances
    that call for custom abutments.
  • Speaker information

    • Dr. Powell received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from McGill University in 2011 and then completed a General Practice Residency at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. After practicing as a general dentist at the same hospital for a year, he then pursued his Prosthodontics speciality t ...
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