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September 16, 2020


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Clinical Decisions in Implant Dentistry; Conflicting Approaches to Common Topics

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Course Description
Diverse approaches often exist to managing common clinical scenarios in implant dentistry. The objective of this lecture is to provide brief focused descriptions of each scenario that highlight the different approaches and the reasons for the approaches. The ultimate goal is to provide the course attendees with the ability to make their own decisions in their private practices.  Where appropriate, the topics will be addressed from the historical, research, clinical, and complication avoidance perspectives.

1)    to succinctly review the following Prosthodontic issues:
a.    Retention: cement or screw-retained
b.    Adjacent single implants: splint or individual units
c.    Full arch Prosthesis: fixed or removable
d.    Full arch Prosthesis: metal-acrylic or metal-ceramic
e.    Full arch prosthesis: single piece or segmented
2)    to succinctly review the following Surgical issues:
a.    Managing tissue loss: surgically or prosthetically
b.    Compromised implant: monitor, treat, or remove
c.    Sinus lift: direct or indirect
d.    Extraction: ridge preservation or not
e.    Immediate implants: challenges and opportunities


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Wednesday May 20th, 2015, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$99.00 plus taxes


PACE - 2300 Yonge Streetm Suite 905, Toronto ON


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Please note that PACE cancellation policy does not give refunds unless your cancellation is received in writing 72 hours before the program is to take place if it is a lecture and 5 days prior for all hands on programs due to nature of those programs.


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