Implant therapy provides the most natural replacement for missing teeth. However, complications can arise from a variety of sources including inadequate bone or soft tissue, peri-implant disease, as well as other technical issues.
Two seminars will feature speakers presenting an overview of current techniques and supporting science on various topics.
A review of the etiology and diagnosis of implant complications will be presented. ADA dental codes will be discussed as well as letters of explanation representing various complication treatments.
This course will review different digital workflow that includes intra-oral scanning and laboratory technology to aid the periodontist in developing a successful virtual implant planning.
The immediate placement of dental implants into extraction sockets is an exciting treatment that has revolutionized and expedited the transition from hopeless tooth or teeth to tooth replacement.
This course will discuss implant placement timing for single implants in the esthetic zone when facing the replacement of a hopeless anterior tooth that needs to be extracted.
This interactive session will explore some of the treatment options available for peri-implantitis. You, the audience, will be able to weigh in on which approach you would use.