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Preventing Bad Things from Happening to Implants

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:

A working knowledge of reducing diagnostic, surgical, prosthetic, and long-term maintenance factors, enabling the clinician to provide more predictable dental implant care to their patients.

Learning objectives include:

•  The incidence of peri-implantitis appears to be increasing at a dramatic rate, resulting in frustration and significant loss of revenues to both the patient and the dental team.
•  Worldwide, it is currently estimated that >1,000,000 implants are being explanted annually.
•  Obviously pro-active surgical, prosthetic, and long-term maintenance is critical for long-term success.
•  Risk factors associated with these issues will be reviewed in detail from the clinical perspective. Strategies will be introduced to enhance implant therapy predictability and reduce risk and unfavorable functional or esthetic outcomes.
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