Controversies and Innovations in Implants and Esthetics

Jul 31 - Aug 3, 2014

This intense personalized course will take the clinician to the highest level in surgical and restorative aspects of implants. Great emphasis will be placed on esthetic outcomes along with the biological approach to treatment. The interplay between the surgical and restorative aspects of implants will be emphasized throughout the course.

Participants will learn » Ideal esthetic single tooth restorations » When to load implants and concepts of immediate loading » Sinus lifts. Surgical graft materials. Membranes » Osseointegrated implants – splinted to natural teeth? » Occlusion and implant reconstructions. Materials for occlusal surfaces » Temporization – before and after implant placement » Periodontal considerations around implants. Treatment planning for advanced perio-prosthetic cases. Attached gingiva necessary for long-term implant survival? » Timing of extraction and implant placement » Treatment of failing implants – how to achieve success – limitations » Cementable or screw retained bridgework

The benefit for you » Learn to decide the best choice of treatment for the most predictable outcome » Receive one-on-one mentoring and clear guidelines for your specific questions » Return to your practice more enthusiastic and confident


Dennis Tarnow
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