Predictable Advanced Implant Prosthetics:
From “All-On-X" to "A"nterior Esthetics to "O"verdentures to “Z”irconia CAD/CAM
with complication management techniques for stress free implant success
2018 Course dates:
Dallas, TX: March 3-4th : September 22nd-23rd : contact 214-609-0667 : BROCHURE
Houston, TX: June 2nd-3rd : Oct. 13-14th : contact 972-742- 6024 : BROCHURE
Austin, TX: October 6th - 7th : contact Mark Kim 817-723-0707
This intensive two day course is the complete package to complement the implantologists surgical skill set. Whether you are new to restoring dental implants or experienced.This dental implant prosthetic course is designed to be a full comprehensive program accompanied with intensive Hands-On implant prosthetic exercises.
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
Understand and apply fundamental concepts of implant prosthesis: bone level, tissue level implants, platform switching, preventing complications with fixture mount fractures.
- Classify and define Restorative versus Bone driven prosthetics in regards to proper implant depth placement, site case risk assessment, and restorative space considerations.
- Recognize and define the 5 Misch Classifications, indications, and considerations of implant restorative prosthesis.
- Demonstrate and perform proficiency with the Hiossen Prosthetics kit, and its components.
- Recognize conditions, and indications with prosthetic components for one stage versus two stage surgery
- Recognize and apply management techniques to prevent complications with components in one stage and two stage implant therapy
- Demonstrate understanding and application of concepts of immediate and delayed implant loading with provisionals in relation to anterior and posterior surgical sites.
- Demonstrate proficiency in fabrication of Anterior, and Posterior, immediate screw retained provisionals and subsequent occlusion.
- Explain the implant surgical and prosthetic time table to reduce complications and ensuring success
- Establish an organized approach to understanding the Prosthetics Tree and selection of prosthetic components.
- Recognize and explain the ET system abutments, indications, selection criteria, and indications to prevent soft tissue complications.
- Explain and define the indications, abutment materials selection when choosing and fabricating the final abutment prosthesis.
- Explain and define the indications, benefits, impression, and fabrication process to create a Hiossen SMARTfit abutment.
- Recognize usage of Hiossen Screw removal kit, its components, and usage to remove fractured screws.
- Explain and demonstrate proficiency in taking a tissue level, fixture pick-up, and fixture transfer impressions.
- Explain and define the process's and benefits of CAD/CAM technology with regards to Scan Body Impressions "Same-Day" custom abutments and CAD/CAM implant prosthesis fabrication
- Explain and define the prosthetic process to convert a removable prosthesis to a fixed transitional prosthesis for an immediate load case utlizing angled implant therapy.
- Demonstrate understanding and proficiency in fabricating ancillary custom impression records to convey soft tissue contours for proper prosthesis fabrication, and reduce stress during prosthetic try-in and cementation process.
- Explain and define indications for cement , screw-retained, splinted prosthesis, and selection of preferred cements.
- Explain and define indications, and process's for over denture conversion utilizing the Hiossen ZEST kit
- Recognize and implement selection choice of restorative materials for implant prosthesis crown and bridge
- Demonstrate proficiency in knowledge and implementation of chairside techniques to prevent implant failure post cementation.
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