Implant Occlusion and Troubleshooting – Hands on program
September 12, 2019
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto ON
Proper occlusion is a key factor to longevity of implants, teeth, and their restorations. Improper occlusion can cause significant problems with re...More details
Implant treatment planning is a vast subject area. One of its aspects is the use of imaging modalities to guide surgical and prosthodontic decision making. Multiple questions arise during this planning phase: What kind of images should be ordered for specific situations? Do I need a radiographic guide and what kind? How do I interpret the information provided and relate it to the proposed implant treatment? How do the radiographic observations impact on the surgical decision making in support of prosthodontic treatment plan? How do I relate the radiographic presentation to the surgical guide? These and many other questions will be addressed in this exciting presentation. (Note: This lecture is not about guided surgery. Although guided surgery will be covered as one of the subtopics, the main focus of the presentation is planning for conventional surgical implant placement.) Course Objectives: 1) to review osseous requirements for successful implant placement 2) to review anatomic structures and landmarks of relevance to implant dentistry 3) to review radiographic appearance of these structures on periapical, panoramic, cephalometric and cone beam CT images 4) to review imaging requirements for different locations in the oral cavity and for different types of prostheses 5) to review the advantages and the uses of radiographic guides 6) to review the different types of radiographic guides and how they relate to different locations in the oral cavity and to the different types of planned prostheses 7) to review the treatment planning consequences of radiographic appearance and interpretation 8) to review how to transition from a radiographic to a surgical guide 9) to review the advantages and the uses of surgical guides 10) to review the different types of surgical guides and how they relate to different locations in the oral cavity and to the different types of planned prostheses 11) to review how flapless and guided surgery relate to radiographic planning
To be announced.
Tuesday June 21st, 2011, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
$65.00 plus taxes
Prosthodontic Associates Centre for Excellence - 2300 Yonge St. #901 Toronto, ON M4P 1E4
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