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Abutments: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Program Conducted:

Interactive seminar style or virtually through Zoom
Duration: 2 hours
Who is it for? Clinical Members of the Dental Team: Dentist, Dental Specialist, Hygienist.

About the course:

Peri-implantitis has been identified in up to 50% of surveyed communities. To decrease the prevalence of peri-implantitis, it is necessary for dental practitioners to identify factors associated with this condition, and render pro-active rather than re-active treatment to decrease the risk of peri-implantitis in our patient populations.

Learning objectives include:

•  Identify various prosthetic and abutment design factors associated with iatrogenic peri-implantitis.
•  Develop appropriate strategies for patient's compliance and effectiveness in their plaque control endeavors.
•  Learn clinical and biological features of the treatment modality known as the 'On One' abutment system, as well as the concept of 'One Abutment One Time'.
•  Recognize future trends in implant design and implant surfaces to facilitate predictable long-term treatment success.
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