Implant restorations have always presented themselves 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. While the speed of the technology has improved, so has the way we technically manage our prosthetics.
What hasn’t changed is the sound prosthodontic principles. Accurate Seating of the impression posts and abutments, transfer of this information to the lab via digital scan or analog techniques is critical.
This lecture will highlight some of the clinical challenges, materials and protocols needed to predictably restore implants with predictability and esthetics in mind. Prosthetic management of the soft tissue contours will also be addressed via emergence profiles and contoured provisional restorations.
|March 11-12, 2023||$2500|
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