Prosthetic overload of the peri-implant bone volume is one of the most common reasons for the failure of dental implants. Improper 3d positioning of a dental implant is often a major contributor to prosthetic overload. Given the advent of in-office cbct scanning and the ready availability of affordable cbct generated surgical guides, it is paramount for dental surgeons to understand how to interpret cbct imagery and use this information to correctly place a dental implant into the ideal prosthetically favorable position.
Who should attend:
This course is designed for dentists and implant teams. Implant dentistry is a prosthetic procedure with a surgical component. So, whether you are the dental surgeon, restoring dentist, or both, it is vital to understand the concept of proper 3d positioning of dental implants.
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