Surgical Session 1: Patient Evaluation, CBCT Treatment Planning, Socket Grafting, and Implant Placement into Abundant Bone

Learn comprehensive normal and variant anatomy of the maxilla and mandible with respect to dental implant treatment planning. Learn the evaluation and formulation of detailed treatment plans with the use of interactive planning software on course attendee’s patients CBCT scans. Understand the concepts of bone resorption and the available bone classifications to be used in treatment planning. Learn and understand the inherent differences between the various fixed and prosthetic classifications. Learn and understand the various types of bone density with associated surgical and prosthetic modification techniques. Learn and understand the role of biomechanics in the surgical and prosthetic treatment planning. Understand the indications for socket grafting and a detailed protocol on the use of autograft, allograft, and various membranes. Learn the literature based recommendations on ideal implant placement with respect to adjacent teeth and vital structures. Understand a comprehensive review of incisions, flap design, and reflection techniques along with recommendations on the use of surgical instrumentarium. Learn an understand a detailed step-by-step protocol for successful implant placement in abundant available bone. Learn and understand the planning and surgical protocol for the use of surgical templates in implant surgery. View previously recorded surgical procedures from treatment planning to surgical completion with a wide range of surgical techniques.

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    • Dallas, TX

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  • Resnik Implant Institute

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