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Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

ESTHETIC FULL-MOUTH IMPLANT RECONSTRUCTION: CAD/CAM RESTORATIONS AND COMPUTER GUIDED TECHNOLOGY (MODULE I, II, & III)

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Overview / Abstract:

SYNOPSIS:

The use of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) has been incorporated into different disciplines of dentistry in the last decade. CAD/CAM implant frameworks designed by a technician on a computer and manufactured by a computer-operated facility to a high level of precision offer many benefits to implant dentistry. The use of computer-aided tomography, computer-assisted treatment planning and computer-guided surgery has been available for a variety of applications. Research and experience with this technology allows us to fine tune its use and understand its applications and limitations better than ever before. The use of these advanced technologies will be demonstrated and reviewed clinically. Advantages, disadvantages and limitations will be discussed to ensure maximum benefits of computer technology to a successful implant full-mouth reconstruction.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:

MODULES I & II LECTURES INCLUDE:

CAD/CAM frameworks rationale and design
Computer-guided surgery and treatment planning
Immediate loading
Tilted implants: avoid grafting, enhance A-P spread
Fixed implant reconstruction for every patient?
Complications and limitations of guided surgery
Laboratory techniques and procedures
Surgical considerations

MODULE III: HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: (Limited attendance)
Passive Fit of Implant Frameworks
Faculty: Dr. Harel Simon; Dr. Joseph Field; Dr. Sheryl Regalado; Take Katayama, CDT

In this unique course, participants will receive edentulous models with implants and full-arch CAD/CAM Ti and Zi frameworks to be evaluated for fit. Different scientifically based methods will be used to evaluate various frameworks and a quick and practical method will be exercised to allow a quantifiable and objective evaluation of a framework for a clinically acceptable passive fit. Mastering this technique simplifies the restorative sequence significantly and enhances the predictability of the treatment.

Expiration

Nov 02, 2018

Credits / Hours

21

Is This Activity Certified for "Live" Credit?

YES

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Harel Simon, DMD

Keywords / Search Terms

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC HERMAN OSTROW SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY OF USC Free CE CME Live CE CME Seminar CE CME

LIVE Activity Location Details

Date(s)
11-30--0001

Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC)
925 W. 34th St
Los Angeles, CA   90089
United States of America

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