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The A, B, C’s of Implant Esthetics. Abutment Selection, Bone Responses and Ceramics

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This presentation is intended to introduce and reinforce concepts central to achieving reproducible dental implant esthetics. The first issue is the creation and maintenance of proper alveolar and architecture. The second is the matter of creating tooth like transmucosal form using proper abutment design and materials for both provisional and final restorations. Finally, the selection and proper utilization of different materials for the prostheses must be considered in relationship to the targeted functional and esthetic needs. Several ongoing clinical investigations will be reviewed to provide insight into relevant unanswered questions concerning all of these matters. Step by step clinical procedures will be illustrated to indicate how the clinical procedures advocated for reproducible dental implant esthetics are based on sound evidence (where possible) and our current understanding of biology and materials science.


Dr. Lyndon Cooper D.D.S., Ph.D. is the Stallings Distinguished Professor of Dentistry of the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is currently Chairperson, acting Director of Graduate Prosthodontics and the director of the Bone Biology and Implant Therapy Laboratory. Dr. Cooper is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and serves as the President of the American College of Prosthodontics Board of Directors. He received the ACP’s 2004 Clinician/Researcher Award and the IADR’s 2009 Distinguished Scientist Award for Prosthodontics and Implantology. Dr. Cooper’s laboratory focuses on bone biology, adult stem cell bone regeneration, and clinical evaluation of dental implant therapies. The laboratory receives funding through NIH and by industry collaboration. Their research findings have been presented in over 80 publications and in more than 200 national and international presentations. These efforts integrate basic and clinical research to improve patient care.


Wednesday June 1st, 2011, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$99.00 plus taxes


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