DDI – CORE 1 Fall Toronto: Implant Tx Planning & Restorations

Richmond Hill, Canada : Sep 13, 2019
  • Course overview


    Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is “key” for the whole office team. This course is the initial session for the CORE implant program. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection, and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build the foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment.


  • Speaker information

    • Dr. Effie Habsha received her Bachelor of Science degree and earned her DDS degree from the University of Toronto. Upon graduation, she completed a one year General Practice Residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, ON. Dr. Habsha received her Diploma in Prosthodontics and Master of Science d ...
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  • Social program

    • Treatment planning & Nobel Clinician
    • Implant selection & positioning (Hands-on)
    • Implant planning from simple to complex
    • Abutment selection
    • Proper cementation techniques
    • Cement retained prostheses
    • Screw retained prostheses
    • Utilizing implant tools (torque wrenches, copings, abutments) (Hands-on)
    • Digital treatment planning & utilization of 3D imaging