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4038 Victory Blvd. 2nd floor · Staten Island, NY
Hands-On Course Description:
Implants are not only the fastest growing segment in dentistry they are also the least price sensitive and most immune to off-shore competitors. In fact, many dental laboratories continue to see robust demand for implant-supported restorations and many also believe that a labs ability to successfully manufacture them is what will separate them from their competitors in the future. To obtain a predictable and successful treatment with implant-retained restorations, functional and aesthetic considerations need to be evaluated. Each implant case presents different options and components, yet all have the same functional purpose. Having the ability to diagnose your casework and understand all options and limitations with implant design is crucial. This course will focus on implant options for a multitude of cases and your ability to choose the proper restorative option. Several options including screw retained, cement able or hybrid choices will be discussed as the use of the frame design and layering pink ceramic materials have become a standard.
Each day will begin with a short lecture, followed by a hands-on demo by Peter.
This Course will Focus on the Importance Of:
• Understanding implant interface options
• The importance of diagnosis and need for proper design
• New concepts and materials in frame design
• The importance of “retrievability”
• Proper use of layering ceramics with implant structures
• The use of gingival ceramic materials
Model and Coping Preparation for Course:
Upon registration, Pizzi Dental Studio will send course model to registered attendee for proper coping preparation.
- 16 NBC credits