Implant Treatment Decision Making for General Dentists: What you should know & how we can help YOU


Systematic Health
• Impact of commonly prescribed medications on dental implant failure Implant Surgery
• Survival rates of short dental implants
• Clinical performance of tilted implants
• Implant placement and loading protocols Implant Prosthodontics
• Performance, survival rate and complications associated with zirconia-ceramic and metal ceramic fixed implant prostheses replacing a single tooth
• Endodontic therapy versus single tooth implant Patient Reported Outcome Measures
• The patient’s perspective on immediate loading vs. conventional loading of immediately placed implants
Complications and Risks associated with Implant Prosthodontics
• The diagnosis of peri-implantitis
• Long term complications associated with dental implants placed in host vs augmented site
Incorporating Digital Technology in Implant Prosthodontics
• Static computer aided implant surgery: Accuracy, patient reported outcomes, economics and surgical complications


Patients are requesting treatment options to replace missing or non-restorable teeth that are predictable, minimally invasive and cost effective. The introduction of novel surgical and prosthodontic protocols, exciting new diagnostic technology, cutting edge implant topography and esthetic prosthetic materials have become available to clinicians at a daunting pace, making it increasingly difficult to make sense of all of this rapidly emerging information. Dentists are also concerned about the reality of adverse outcomes and how best to manage them. This day long symposium will focus on important clinically relevant topics from an evidence-based standpoint, presented by dentists who are intimately involved in patient care.


Surgeons, OMS, Periodontists, Office Staff, Dentists, Restorative Dentists, General Practitioners, Prosthodontists






$249 early registration (by October 18/19)
$299 (after October 18/19)
$249 (for past Genesis’ course participants and
AGD members)


6 hours