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This course's objective is to cover different systems and materials available to any dental laboratory to process fixed or removable prostheses that require implants. From implant selection and placement surgery to why use different materials available to process the final prostheses. The main topics to be covered are:
Implant placement effects on prosthetics
Differences between Stock, UCLA, and Custom CAD/CAM Abutments
Pros and Cons for each implant abutment type
Processing of Removable and Fixed prothetics with GC Initial ceramics, GC NaturCryl acrylics and Gradia and Gradia Gum composites.
Gradia Gum and Lustre Paste demos
This course is geared towards laboratories that specialize in Removable or Fixed prosthodontics.
- 4 CDT credits
- Beth Collington: 609-672-0872
Works at Hoshi Dental Arts
Masayuki Hoshi, RDT, attended the Sendai Dental Technology School of Japan, a one-year course at the International Dental Academy of Japan and trained under Dr. Sumiya Hobo. After moving to the U.S. in 1979, Hoshi worked...