Meeting the esthetic challenges in dentistry today often requires a comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to patient care with a team that is well-versed in the benefits of each other’s disciplines. Whether it’s a single- tooth implant or a full implant-supported reconstruction, many factors need to be taken into consideration. This two-day course will explore the essentials of treatment planning, placement, and restoration of dental implants in both simple and complex implant reconstructions. It is sure to provide technical and practical information for both the surgeon and the restorative dentist that can easily be implemented into the practice.
Participants will Learn:
- Active participation as an interdisciplinary team
- How to develop an interdisciplinary treatment plan that will provide the most predictable esthetic outcome
- How to identify and manage hard and soft tissues, surgically and/or restoratively
- Coordination of the placement and restoration of implants in a variety of clinical situations