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CE CLASS: Clinical Restorative Techniques in Contemporary Implant Dentistry

Posted by DDS Dental Lab | November 07, 2017|

CE Class

Course Description

The Clinical Restorative Techniques in Contemporary Implant Dentistry course is a unique way to continue your education and learn more about restorative techniques. This course will greatly focus on the use of patient-specific abutments, which provide practitioners with a means to obtain optimal esthetic results in fewer patient visits, as well as eliminate the complexity associated with traditional implant solutions.

This program will concentrate on the products and procedures available to help bring simplicity and reliability to the restorative process. The role of implant design, biomechanics, and abutment selection for achieving optimal results will be discussed. Attendees will recognize that the success of an implant case is a direct function of not only advanced planning, but also the features and benefits of the components used.

Where?
Maggiano's Little Italy  |  9101 International Drive #2400 | Orlando, FL 33431
Dinner will be provided. Co-Sponsored by DDS Lab and Dentsply Sirona
 
When?
December 14, 2017 (Thursday)  
Registration | 6:00pm - 6:30pm
Program | 6:30pm - 8:30pm 
Lecture presentation and dinner 
 
Registration
Complimentary  |  Please respond by December 8, 2017 (Friday) as space is limited.

To register for this program, go to: go.ddslab.com/111617

Register for Complimentary Course »

For more information please contact Alex Tenney at 877-337-7800 x 8221 or Alex.Tenney@ddslab.com

 
Speaker

Dr. Adam Jones, DMD, MS  

Learning Objectives:

•  Recognize the options available for the replacement of a single tooth predictably, and esthetically.
•  Increase profitability, simplify implant treatment protocols and provide optimal esthetic results.
•  Integrate patient-specific abutments into any implant protocol.
•  Improve the clinical outcome of even the most complicated implant cases.
•  Discuss techniques and design of immediate and transitional temporaries.

 

Type: Lecture

CE credit: 2 hours

Tuition: Complimentary

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