Implantology for the general practitioner (hands on)
When compared to conventional fixed or removable prosthetic options for tooth replacement, implant therapy is a biologically conservative treatment approach with the potential for achieving rewarding treatment outcomes for both the patient and dentist. In order to accomplish consistent and predictable dental implant treatment outcomes in general practice, an understanding of the fundamental principles of implant biomechanics, prosthetic and surgical considerations are required. This course will include a hands-on portion where the use of restorative components will be reviewed and executed on demo mandibles.
(Up to 32 CE credits)