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Implant Restorative Options For Edentulous And Partially Edentulous Patients
Friday, 23 August 2019 - Saturday, 24 August 2019
Implant Restorative Options For Edentulous And Partially Edentulous Patients
Friday, 23 August 2019, 08:00 - Saturday, 24 August 2019, 17:00
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Program fee
Price for Basic Members
750 USD
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Tuition, travel and hotel
Price for Basic Members
2100 USD
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Description

This two-day program is designed to support restoring clinicians, in conjunction with their
surgical specialists, in their decision-making process when treating edentulous and partially
edentulous patients with fixed and/or removable implant prosthodontics. They will learn basic to
intermediate implant restorative options and techniques through lecture and hands-on
exercises in a state-of-the-art Simulated Patient Training Laboratory, which allows for real-life
case scenarios on one-of-a-kind proprietary simulation patients.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
At the completion of the program, participants should be able to:
-Identify patients who are candidates for fixed and removable implant-supported restorations.
-Develop treatment plans for edentulous and partially edentulous patients utilizing implant-supported prostheses.
-Make implant/abutment impressions and soft-tissue master casts for definitive prostheses.
-Fabricate a multiple-unit, screw-retained provisional prosthesis for an implant-supported fixed partial denture.
-Fabricate a provisional implant with optimal gingival contours and easy access for oral hygiene.

Course Level : Clinicians restoring 10 or more full-arch cases per year

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Agenda
23 Aug 2019
08:00 - 17:00
    Description
    Day 1 will focus on diagnosis and treatment planning using basic prosthodontic principles. Information will be presented in lecture and group discussion formats. Laboratory procedures will be accomplished regarding implant/abutment impressions, master casts and fabrication of screw-retained provisional restorations.
    24 Aug 2019
    08:00 - 17:00
      Description
      Day 2 will focus on full arch, fixed and removable implant prostheses. The benefits and limitations of screw-versus cement-retained implant restorations, screw mechanics, abutment selection criteria, and occlusion for definitive prostheses will be thoroughly discussed. The laboratory exercises will concentrate on removable, implant-supported overdentures including clinical and laboratory steps needed in fabricating stable, retentive removable overdentures. The day will conclude with treatment planning individual cases that the attendees have brought along with them
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          Location
          United States, Carlsbad
          1900 Aston Ave.
          Zimmer Biomet Institute West
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