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Implants, Attachments and Clinical Variants Affecting

Treatment Planning


Suggested Audiences: Dentists, Laboratory Technicians

Course Description:

Implants are many times mistakenly treatment planned as crowns or bridges on natural abutments.  Successful planning must start with a restorative occlusal plan that includes stents for implant placement and continues through the final stages of prosthetic design. By redirecting occlusal forces using dental attachments as well as recognizing clinical variants as implant angulation, bucco-lingual placement, cuspal inclines, implant placement depth, anterior-posterior spread, arch form and implant loading, success, longevity, and patient satisfaction can be insured.

Course Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, attendees will understand:

  • The need to establish an occlusal set up
  • The need to use an occlusal stent
  • The need to establish a good working relation with the restorative dentist
  • The need to understand the differences between implants and natural teeth

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