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.
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