Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Tilted Posterior Implants

Course Fee: $1700
CDE Credits: 14
September 15-16, 2017
Friday - Saturday 
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Restoring Your Edentulous Patients With Minimally Invasive, Non-Grafting Dental Implant Procedures

Lecture, Live Patient Demo and Workshop

Instructors

   

Peter K. Moy, DMD
Professor of Clinical Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Director, UCLA Implant Center, Nobel Biocare Endowed Chair in Surgical Implant Dentistry, UCLA School of Dentistry

Alessandro Pozzi, DDS, PhD
Private practice, Rome, Italy

The demands on clinicians today to provide predictable, long-term results with therapy for their implant patients are extremely high.  Not only are there tremendous demands for success with dental implants but also extremely high expectations for esthetic results.  The clinician must be savvy in both surgical and restorative skills to meet the demands of their patients.

This course will discuss the principles used in surgical Implant Dentistry that can help clinicians achieve the high success rates with dental implants using minimally invasive surgical techniques in fully edentulous cases.  The use of “tilted” or angulated implants may help your patients avoid the additional cost and surgical trauma of augmentation/grafting procedures for the moderately to severely resorbed ridges.  The use of this technique permits the clinician to use available bone in both maxillary and mandibular arches to engage and stabilize dental implants and forego the need for bone grafting procedures when there is minimal alveolar bone height to support dental implants.

 

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training session, the attendee will:

• Understand the minimally invasive technique of placing tilted implants to restore dental implant patients.
• Observe clinical outcomes on patients who have been treated with angulated distal implant technique.
• Gain knowledge of selecting the appropriate implant design and surgical technique to achieve clinical success with difficult implant cases.

 

speakers/instructors and topics are subject to change without prior notice