This course is designed for beginners that wish to learn about the surgical phase of implant dentistry. The course will outline the design principles, surface treatments, and other mechanical properties of implants.
This course is an overview on immediate placement/load and bone grafting. Participants will learn to plan immediate cases with and without provisional and a brief overview of the protocol that is predictable for intact sockets.
This course is an overview on anterior placement/load and managing bone and soft tissue around an immediately placed implant. Participants will learn to plan and treat anterior single-tooth implant cases with and without provisionals, thereby achieving esthetically pleasing and fully functional dentition.
This session will cover how to quickly recognize defects and a step-by-step protocol to achieving predictable results in single and multiple tooth scenarios. It will also cover Biomaterials that are predictable and most efficient in everyday dentistry.