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Dr. Edmond Bedrossian

Dr. Edmond Bedrossian received the DDS degree from the University of the Pacific, and completed his Oral and Maxillofacial Residency at Alameda Medical Center. Dr. Bedrossian is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is also A Honorary Member of the American College of Prosthodontists. He is a Professor , Department of Oral & maxillofacial Surgery, at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry combining private practices with academics. He has authored multiple articles and chapters on the various uses of the Zygomatic implant, bone grafting and treatment planning implant dentistry. He has also authored the textbook “Implant treatment planning for the edentulous patient”, Foreword by Professor Brånemark as well as his new book, “The Immediacy concept” Foreword by Professor Daniel Buser will be available from Quintessence in 2021. He has lectured with Professor Brånemark on the rehabilitation of patients with maxillofacial defects and collaborated with him in attaining FDA approval for the use of Endosseous implants in maxillofacial defects. Dr Bedrossian is on the Editorial review Board of: • The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants • The Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery • The Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research. • Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry

Current Courses

  • Demystifying the immediacy concept with adoption of the DIGILOG work flow

    Demystifying the immediacy concept with adoption of the DIGILOG work flow

    This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of immediate implant therapy for patients with non-restorable teeth. The management of missing teeth in the esthetic zone as well as patients with full arch terminal dentition will be addressed. Fundamental/analogue surgical and prosthetic principles will be presented with the use of the digital work flow to complement and facilitate the planned treatment. Use of planning software, Co-diagnostix with the in house printing of guides and models will bring together the DIGILOG treatment planning concept for the contemporary implant team.

    November 12, 2021, San Francisco, California
    Speakers
    • Dr. Armand Bedrossian
    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols

    In today’s fast paced world, patients expect not only reliable, predictable and personalized treatment options, but they also demand solutions to shorten the overall treatment time. Therefore, immediate dental implant protocols have become more popular, and are validated as safe and acceptable treatment modalities. During this education program, world-renowned speaker Dr. Edmond Bedrossian will present the latest evidence on pre- and clinical performance of newly developed implant technology: from implant material, to the unique macro- and micro-design and the best-in-class surface technology. Wide clinical application spectrum that goes beyond immediate implant protocols will be discussed.

    October 29, 2021, Charleston, South Carolina
    Speakers
    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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Past Courses

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  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols: What have we learned?

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols: What have we learned?

    In today’s fast paced world, patients expect not only reliable, predictable and personalized treatment options, but they also demand solutions to shorten the overall treatment time. Therefore, immediate dental implant protocols have become more popular, and are validated as safe and acceptable treatment modalities. During this education program, world-renowned speakers Dr. Edmond Bedrossian and Dr. Lawrence Brecht will present the latest evidence on pre- and clinical performance of newly developed implant technology: from implant material, to the unique macro- and micro-design and the best-in-class surface technology and wide clinical application spectrum that goes beyond immediate implant protocols will be discussed.

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  • Zygomatic Solutions in Immediate Implant Therapy

    Zygomatic Solutions in Immediate Implant Therapy

    The evaluation of patients for immediate loading who have with terminal dentition, especially in the maxilla, may at times be challenging. This presentation will discuss and showcase simple pre-operative techniques to predictably evaluate the type of final prosthesis needed for this group of patients. Patients generally are presented with treatment plans to undergo removal of their teeth followed by several months of wearing a nonfunctional full denture as the alveolar ridge heals. This is an uncomfortable phase of their treatment and therefore, many patients who may be presented with this treatment option chose not to have any form of treatment performed. In this presentation, several cases will be shown to demonstrate the efficacy of immediate loading the terminal dentition patient eliminating the denture wearing phase. This presentation will outline an efficient and predictable treatment protocol allowing for a higher case acceptance by the patient with terminal dentition.

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  • USA ITI Section Webinar Series: Full Arch Implant Rehabilitations
    THIS COURSE IS OFFERED BY THE INTERNATIONAL TEAM FOR IMPLANTOLOGY

    USA ITI Section Webinar Series: Full Arch Implant Rehabilitations

    Back by popular demand, this 5-part webinar series will focus on Full Arch cases. Join the experts in the ITI for an in-depth panel discussions and case-sharing on protocols for treating full arch cases. You’ll learn about treatment protocols, un-derstand the different loading protocols, and how to look at and understand the evidence so you can approach these cases in your own practice. We look forward to seeing you online!

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  • Introducing ImmediaXy: A true end to end solution

    Introducing ImmediaXy: A true end to end solution

    Introducing Straumann ImmediaXy- a true end-to-end solution for immediate procedures in your practice. Hear from the CEO of straumann group on Straumann brand’s vision for the future, and why partnering with Straumann is more important now than ever, for the dental practice and most importantly, the patient.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
    Speakers
    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Tissue Supported vs Implant Supported

    Tissue Supported vs Implant Supported

    Under function, teeth introduce internal loading of the maxillary and mandibular alveolar bone therefore, maintaining the stability of the alveolar boney volume. Once teeth are removed, “disuse atrophy” causes the resorption of the alveolar bone. Implant prosthesis can reintroduce the internal loading and therefore slow or halt the continued resorption of the edentulous alveolar bony volume. Although, all implant prosthesis are “implant retained”; not all implant prosthesis under function load the alveolar bone. This presentation will discuss the biomechanics of full arch implant prosthesis allowing for an organized discussion of the pros and cons of various treatment options with patients at their consultation appointment.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
    Speakers
    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Surgical Protocols For Immediate Loading

    Surgical Protocols For Immediate Loading

    This presentation will present the factors to consider when placing axial, tilted implant in reconstruction of the edentulous mandible. Preoperative determination of the position of the mental loop of the inferior alveolar nerve prior to implant placement will be reviewed. Algorithm to achieve adequate insertion torque will be discussed. The abutment and its role in the immediate conversion of the patient’s denture to a fixed provisional will also be reviewed.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
    Speakers
    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Full Arch Immediate Loading: The Existing Edentulous Maxilla

    Full Arch Immediate Loading: The Existing Edentulous Maxilla

    This presentation will showcase the pre-treatment evaluation protocol for the treatment of patients with existing edentulous maxillae. The biomechanical principles for force distribution under function and distribution of implants will be reviewed. Modification of the surgical protocols and algorithm for reaching adequate insertion torque for immediate loading will be presented.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
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    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Full Arch Immediate Loading: The Existing Edentulous Mandible

    Full Arch Immediate Loading: The Existing Edentulous Mandible

    This presentation will showcase the pre-treatment evaluation protocol for the treatment of patients with existing edentulous mandible. The biomechanical principles for force distribution under function and distribution of implants will be reviewed. Modification of the surgical protocols and algorithm for reaching adequate insertion torque for immediate loading will be presented.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
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    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Short Implants: Immediate Graftless Treatment of The Posterior Dentition

    Short Implants: Immediate Graftless Treatment of The Posterior Dentition

    This presentation will focus on the immediate implant placement in the posterior quadrants of the maxilla and the mandible. The position of the maxillary sinus in the posterior maxilla and the position of the inferior alveolar nerve in the posterior mandible often results in the lack of vertical bone volume required for placement of implants. The resultant need for grafting at times may exclude the patient from receiving dental implant therapy. This presentation will reinforce the difference between initial stability and secondary stability and show case the role of short implants in the contemporary implant practice.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
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    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization: Preservation of Tissues in the Esthetic Zone

    Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization: Preservation of Tissues in the Esthetic Zone

    Preoperative radiographic and clinical examination is critical for the predictable esthetic outcome of implant restorations; specially in the esthetic zone. This presentation will outline systematic preoperative evaluation protocols to follow when considering the placement of implants in the esthetics zone. Additionally, the “immediate-analogue” protocol for the immediate provisionalization in the esthetic zone will also be discussed.

    Virtual LearningAvailable on demand
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    • Dr. Edmond Bedrossian
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  • ITI USA Section Webinar Series: Prevention and Management of Implant Complications
    THIS COURSE IS OFFERED BY THE INTERNATIONAL TEAM FOR IMPLANTOLOGY

    ITI USA Section Webinar Series: Prevention and Management of Implant Complications

    This compelling 5-part webinar series will cover all aspects of implant complications. Join the experts in the ITI for an in-depth panel discussions and case-sharing on the management and prevention of implant complications. You’ll learn what to do, and more importantly, what not to do when treating implant cases. We look forward to seeing you online!

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  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    This presentation will review the biological and technical principles for the placement of immediate implants to treat failing anterior and posterior single teeth. Fabrication of Immediate provisional crowns in the aesthetic zone will also be presented. For the fully edentulous patients, new innovations in implant design allows for the immediate load of edentulous as well as patient’s with terminal dentition in a single appointment. The biomechanical principles including the number and the distribution of implants for the treatment of this group of patients will be reviewed. A hands-on session will highlight immediacy techniques.

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  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    This presentation will review the biological and technical principles for the placement of immediate implants to treat failing anterior and posterior single teeth. Fabrication of Immediate provisional crowns in the aesthetic zone will also be presented. For the fully edentulous patients, new innovations in implant design allows for the immediate load of edentulous as well as patient’s with terminal dentition in a single appointment. The biomechanical principles including the number and the distribution of implants for the treatment of this group of patients will be reviewed. A hands-on session will highlight immediacy techniques.

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  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    This presentation will review the biological and technical principles for the placement of immediate implants to treat failing anterior and posterior single teeth. Fabrication of Immediate provisional crowns in the aesthetic zone will also be presented. For the fully edentulous patients, new innovations in implant design allows for the immediate load of edentulous as well as patient’s with terminal dentition in a single appointment. The biomechanical principles including the number and the distribution of implants for the treatment of this group of patients will be reviewed. A hands-on session will highlight immediacy techniques.

    Go to course
  • Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    Immediate Implant Treatment Protocols - New Advances in Technology

    This presentation will review the biological and technical principles for the placement of immediate implants to treat failing anterior and posterior single teeth. Fabrication of Immediate provisional crowns in the aesthetic zone will also be presented. For the fully edentulous patients, new innovations in implant design allows for the immediate load of edentulous as well as patient’s with terminal dentition in a single appointment. The biomechanical principles including the number and the distribution of implants for the treatment of this group of patients will be reviewed. A hands-on session will highlight immediacy techniques.

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