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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 at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry combining private practices with academics as the director of implant surgical training at University of the Pacific’s Department of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery. 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”, Forewarded by Professor Brånemark.

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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.

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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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