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"Immediate Full Arch Implant Dentistry" Technology and Clinical Challenges. Lecture + Hands-On Description: Full Arch restorations has always presented itself with clinical and technical challenges, from working in the clinic with the patient to the laboratory bench and to the need for improved communication between the involved team members. With the speed that the technology has improved so has the way we diagnose, treatment plan and restore the full arch patient, what hasn’t changed is the sound prosthodontic principles. This lecture will highlight some of the clinical challenges, materials and the protocols needed to meet the expectations of the TEAM to deliver a successful outcome. Learning Objectives: 1. Cover common treatment modalities for fixed full arch implant candidates 2. Understand factors involved in treatment planning for the immediate extraction or edentulous arch 3. Review role of CAD/CAM in full arch prosthetics 4. Understand indications & process for immediate load full-arch prostho 5. Understand the role of CBCT and 3D software for diagnosis and planning Hands-on Day 2 Summary: The Full Arch "All on X" Hands-on will be performed on Day 2 on synthetic models of an "actual patient case" aimed at providing the attendees a realistic case representation. The diagnostics and 3D planning will be reviewed and then surgical placement will be performed free hand, followed by the accurate placement of multi-unit abutments and temp cylinders. A 3D conversion prosthesis will then be picked up as it would be clinically for an immediate loaded provisional prosthesis. All Implants, motors, surgical kits, MUAs, temp cylinders, 3D printed conversion prosthesis and acrylic will be provided to you courtesy of Hiossen Implants, Canada. Learning Objectives: 1. To understand the anatomical placement of dental implants for the full arch patient 2. To be able to place implants in the proper position for All on X conversion. 3. To understand what and how to properly utilize MUAs (mulit-unit abutments) 4. How to place temp cylinders and perform a conversion prosthesis for immediate function.
Toronto | Sep 24-25, 2021 Vancouver | Nov 19-20, 2021 Day (1) 8:30 am - 5:00 pm | Day (2) Hand-on 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Venue: TBD
11 CE CREDITS | UP TO 2 DAYS | LECTURE + HANDS-ON Day 1 - LECTURE ONLY Tuition Fee: $2,500 + TAX (AGD $50 off | Early Bird Discount $100 off - sign-up before Dec 31, 2020, cannot be combined with AGD discount) Day 1 - LECTURE + Day 2 - HANDS-ON COURSE Tuition Fee: $3,500 + Tax (AGD $50 off | Early Bird Discount $200 off (sign-up before Dec 31, 2020, cannot be combined with AGD discount) Time: Registration: 8:30 AM Day 1 (Lecture) 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Day 2 (Hands-on) 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Location: Toronto - TBD Vancouver - TBD Questions / Registrations: Contact: email@example.com | EAST 647.239.7838 WEST 604.340.1022 Registration, Cancellation and CE Credits Policies