Clinical success can be defined as achieving a result that is aesthetic, functional, and predictable. The art and science of Implant Dentistry is introduced with emphasis on the fundamental principles and techniques required to rehabilitate function and form. This course aims to provide dentists with a scientifically based rationale for all diagnostic, treatment planning, and patient care decisions. This program is designed to allow the dental professional to investigate all potential treatment options before initiating a treatment plan and to achieve exceptional outcomes by combining different treatment modalities. Participants receive a thorough overview and an update of all the new materials, indications, limitations, laboratory considerations, various designs, fabrication techniques, and treatment options with all the possible obstacles and trouble shouting to provide a framework for successful results every time.
- the fundamentals of treatment planning with Implant Dentistry
- a stronger understanding of prosthetic needs, materials, methods, and new technologies
- to become familiar with currently available advanced digital technology, clinical techniques, and materials for restoring dental implants
- practical tips on how to avoid common pitfalls and complications
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