Restoring implants - tips,techniques, and lab communication

St. Louis, United States : 9 Jun 2017
  • Course overview

    Dr. MacLean will discuss a number of different implant-related topics. Dr. MacLean will review surgical and restorative techniques, including implant design, planning and tips, seating the abutment, immediate placement and temporization, and screw- and cement-retained restorations.

    This course is intended for clinicians interested in treatment planning, temporizing, and restoring dental implants.

    After this one-day course, the participant will…
    – Understand how to improve the implant numbers in your office based on an ethical approach to treatment planning.
    – Be able to apply immediate implant placement and temporization with amazing esthetic results while maintaining a 99% survival rate. 
    – Understand the new angulated screw channel technology.
    – Become familiar with NobelClinician® Software planning. Bring your iPad® for a unique treatment planning experience utilizing NobelClinician. See how easy this technology has become. Share files between doctors, technicians, patients, and manufacturers! 
    – Become familiar with custom impression copings – how to make them and why you should do this. 
    – Identify common problems when seating implant crowns and how to make this problem go away.
  • Speaker information

    • Dr. MacLean currently is a part-time clinical professor at the Dalhousie University Dental Clinic in the “Implant Elective” and the “Art Esthetic Elective.” He practices general dentistry in Halifax, NS with a large component of both referral based implant and esthetic dentistry. He is the founder ...
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