This program is designed for dentists of all specialities who have limited or no experience with dental implants. Attendees will learn the theoretical basics and practical procedures for simple, single implant placement and restoration. Hands-on exercises will be performed on a specially designed type-2-bone-density maxillary model, based on real life patient casts and radiographic studies.
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Fee: $825
Course Duration:
2 day lecture and hands-on workshop
CEUs: 16
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Determine clinical scenarios and appropriate candidates for dental implant treatment
2. Develop a dental implant treatment plan
3. Prepare the surgical site for the placement of a single-tooth implant
4. Select and place the optimal implant type for the surgical site
5. Select the correct prosthetic components for implant restoration
6. Take impressions for single-tooth prosthesis
Introduction to dental implants and definitions | Anatomy of dental implants | Patient and case evaluation | Anatomic considerations | Study guides | Surgical guides | Bone physiology | Osseointegration | Protocol on placement of implants - Hands on model activities including: Osteotomy preparation, Implant placement | Hands-on exercise evaluation and conclusions
Course Dates:
  Fairlawn, NJ                                            
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