Predictable Implant Esthetics-Practical skills for every practitioner

Vail,CO, United States : 08/feb/2016
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    No two subjects have impacted the general practitioner in the last two decades more than esthetic and implant dentistry. Dentistry has witnessed tremendous advancement in both disciplines. Advancement in dental materials, technology, clinical techniques, surgical protocols, implant designs, and laboratory support has created realistic patient care that often exceeds most expectations. The increased level of sophistication, however, has brought with it a significant responsibility for dentists to acquire the necessary knowledge to deliver esthetic and implant treatment at the highest level.
    This program is not only designed to reinforce the basic concepts of esthetic and implant dentistry, but more importantly it is intended to expand on the next level of treatment sophistication. The real world of clinical practice too often presents the clinician with cases that are not ideal esthetic or implant cases. Many cases require multiple modalities. Some present challenges in failed or re-treatment needs. Decisions in prosthetic design and material selection can cause confusion, and interdisciplinary care is often necessary in a significant number of situations. Hence, more often than not, the clinical needs of patients – whether esthetic, mechanical, functional or financial – require a greater degree of information than most esthetic or implant programs deliver.
    Utilizing real care studies, this course delivers a detailed approach to diagnosing, treatment planning, case presentation, professional communication, material selection, and delivery of treatment.

    At the completion of the course, participants should be able to:
    Review implant esthetics
    Learn and discuss techniques of soft tissue principles and management associated with implant restorations
    Learn and discuss esthetic principles of delayed vs immediate implant placement and restoration
    Learn and discuss esthetic principles associated with multiple implants and pontic sites
    Learn and discuss indications for cement vs screw retained restorations
    Discuss techniques for effective laboratory communication
    Discuss implant restoration complications
     
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    • Dr. Brent Ludens received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1990 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry. He went on to receive his certificate in Prosthodontics in 1992 at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. With a private practice specializing in Prosthod ...
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