Esthetics in Implant Dentistry "Enhancing Confidence in Restorations" - September 9-10, 2022 - Las Vegas, NV


• The basics of implants terminology and surgery planning

• The steps involved for open and closed tray impressions

• Abutment selection and how to insert and torque abutments

• Screw retained vs cement retained restorative plans

• Dynamics of the face and esthetic rules

• Implant flap design; when and what in conjunction with restorative treatment and implant placement

• The steps involved in the impression and fabrication of fixed and removable edentulous restorations

• How to retrofit dentures to your implants

The direction that Implantology is taking is to plan implants from a “Crown Down” or “Prosthetically Driven” perspective. Taking an open tray or a closed tray impression can be easily taught and understood, but the implant placement in a tridimensional position is key towards our long-lasting success in Implantology. Soft tissue management in relation to the restorative material of choice subgingival and supragingival is another variable that plays an important role in our esthetic restorative plan. This course will take you from a clinical acceptance status to EXCELLENCE in your daily Implantology.

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Passport Approved Yes
CE Credits 14 CE
Course Time/Length 2-Day
Course Title Esthetics in Implant Dentistry
Instructor Dr. Luigi Massa
Course Location 1700 W Charleston Blvd., Building D, Second Floor Las Vegas, NV 89102
Surgical/Non-Surgical Non-Surgical
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