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The Art of Immediate Implant Therapy

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

• Potentials of single tooth and segmental IIT
• Streamlining IIT with digital technologies
• Appropriate patient selection
• Diagnosis and treatment planning
• Effective consultation techniques

Surgical:
• Flap designs for IIT in all areas of the mouth
• When to graft
• When to use a membrane
• Appropriate material selection
• Performing ideal socket regeneration
• Indications for various implant designs
• IIT in all areas of the mouth and types of defects
• Implant placement in atrophic ridges
• Indications for Piezotome use

Restorative:
• Provisionalization designs for single implants
• Maximizing esthetic outcomes through provisionalization
• Transferring soft tissue contours to the laboratory
• The role of the laboratory

Team
• Managing complications
• Long term maintenance
• Implant warranty
• Expanding IIT through effective practice growth techniques

DESCRIPTION

With the increase in patient demand to quickly complete therapy, immediate implant therapy (IIT) is crucial to patient satisfaction and growing your implant practice. This course will be taught with an emphasis on the team approach to effective therapy, including diagnosis and planning, surgical execution of minimally traumatic extraction and implant placement, immediate provisionalization, and ensuring an esthetic final restoration.

AUDIENCE

Surgeons, OMS, Specialists, Periodontists

SAC

Advanced

TYPE

Lecture/Participation

TUITION

Live 2 Day Course: $1,495
Live 2 Day Webinar: $1,495 (hands-on kit included)
On-Demand 2 Day Course: $895

CE CREDIT

14 hours