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Mar 14, 2013 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
New York City College of Technology, · Brooklyn, NY
Technical Aspects of Implant Supported Overdenture Loading Solutions This Power Point / hands-on presentation will cover a variety of options regarding loading solutions for implant supported overdentures. Informative technical information, and recommendations for attachment, stud, and bar attachments, will be discussed, as well as the unique Stress Free Implant Bar. You will learn: Stress-free, passive, and excellent stability to fit implants. How to fabricate a stress free implant bar to ensure a stress free hold of the prosthesis thus increasing patient comfort. Cost savings by eliminating casting, soldering & laser welding. Chairside & laboratory applications. How you will save you up to 90% processing time. This power point / hands-on presentation is recommended for both dentists and dental technicians of all levels, and is approved for continuing education credits.
SPEAKER: FRANK MUNZENMAYER, CDT
Frank has an extensive background in technical, clinical research and development in dental technology. He graduated from New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, NY, and worked as a Crown and Bridge/Ceramic Technician for major dental labs in the New York and Connecticut areas. Frank has been a Technical Education Advisor and Manager for seven major dental manufacturers. He is a published author with major trade magazines, has lectured extensively throughout the US and internationally, and is a member of the Technical Advisory Commission at New York City College of Technology. Frank currently holds the position as Technical Education Field Manager for Sterngold.
For more information: 2 hours of CDT continuing education credits will be awarded for attendance. Please contact Renata Budny by email Rbudny@citytech.cuny.edu to confirm your attendance.
New York City College of Technology,
300 Jay Street, Atrium Amphitheater Brooklyn, NY
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