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
Despite our desire to meet patient expectations to replace missing or soon-to-be missing teeth with dental implants, space and anatomical constraints can at times limit our ability to do so. One method of avoiding the pitfall of a deficient ridge is to preserve bone volume following a tooth extraction. For many, the questions related to such care include whether treatment protocols have changed, what the most promising techniques and materials to preserve soft and hard tissues might include, whether or not all sockets need to be grafted, and where immediate implant placement might play a role. Despite our best efforts to maintain bone volume, there are certain circumstances where this may be limited despite having performed a ridge preservation technique. For some patients, strong consideration needs to be given to using a 3.0 mm diameter implant. This presentation will focus on how to maximize opportunities for implant placement given the evolutions that are occurring in the dental implant field with regard to graft materials and implant design.
Discuss the current understanding of the healing of extraction sockets once a tooth is removed, i.e., vertical and horizontal ridge resorption.
List some of the systematic reviews and what they present as to the necessity for grafting for ridge preservation.
List some of the studies that evaluate how well various graft materials help facilitate new bone formation.
Discuss the advantages for having a “true” 3.0 mm implant in one’s armamentarium and where it is indicated.
**This course is free for members
Dr. Paul S. Rosen maintains a full-time private practice in Yardley, Pennsylvania, limited to periodontics, surgical implant placements, and regenerative therapy. He also has appointments as clinical professor of periodontics at the University of Maryland Dental School and clinical professor of periodontics and dental implantology at Temple University Dental School. Dr. Rosen is a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and has served as an examiner. He has also devoted his time to a number of committees for the American Academy of Periodontology including chairing a task force that authored an article titled, “Peri-Implant Mucositis and Peri-Implantitis: A Current Understanding of Their Diagnoses and Clinical Implications,” which appeared in the Journal of Periodontology. He reviews for and serves on the editorial boards for a number of dental journals and has authored/co-authored a number of articles on periodontal regeneration, dental implants, and interrelated orthodontic-periodontal care. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on the subjects of dental implants and regeneration for both teeth and dental implants. Dr. Rosen was named the 2015 recipient of the American Academy of Periodontology’s prestigious Master Clinician Award and was awarded the Northeastern Society of Periodontists Isidor Hirschfeld Award for Clinical Excellence in 2016.
Monday August 15th, 2016, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
$89.00 plus taxes
2300 Yonge Street #901
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