In-depth Guided Prosthetics: Surgical and Restorative Guidance for Full Arch Rehabilitation

In-depth Guided Prosthetics: Surgical and Restorative Guidance for Full Arch Rehabilitation

On-Demand CE Webinars and Dental/Medical

Subject Code: 690 | Course Prerequisites: Conventional vs. Digitally-guided Full Arch Rehabilitation | Best Practices for Record Taking for Digital Full Arch Rehabilitation | What to do when a Guided Prosthetics® Kit Arrives and Dry Model Surgery
Cost: Complimentary | Course Refund Policy: N/A

You can earn 1 CE credit by viewing this FREE online course. All details about the webinar have been included below. To get started, click here to sign up. The presentation will begin directly after. You will receive your CE verification certificate 7-10 days after completing the course.

Webinar Overview:

As technology has evolved throughout the years for treating patients who are either edentulous or who have failing dentition, immediate full arch rehabilitation has become more predictable and less cumbersome than when Paulo Malo first developed the procedure in 1998. Guided implant surgery is now widely used by clinicians treating edentulous patients. Since then, innovative dental labs have been using software and technology to guide prosthetics and restorations for full arch patients. This course will detail the treatment planning process, the surgery, the immediate temporization and the definitive restoration of an immediate full arch rehabilitation case with both guided surgery and Guided Prosthetics.

Learning Objectives

 At the completion of this course, participants should be able to understand:
  • Measure the advantages of guided surgery and Guided Prosthetics for immediate full arch rehabilitation
  • Identify the four records that are required to treatment plan a digitally-guided, immediate full arch case
  • Recognize the parts and pieces used to guide the surgery, pick up the immediate long term provisional and restore the definitive prosthesis
  • Summarize the steps for bone reduction and guided placement of dental implants
  • Summarize the steps for immediate temporization of the long term provisional
  • Summarize the steps for restoration of the definitive prosthesis
  • Identify the materials needed for surgery, the immediate long term provisional and the definitive restoration

Presenter

Jeff Carlson, CDT, Senior nSequence Implant Specialist

 

Mr. Jeff Carlson, CDT, is an nSequence Implant Specialist at the NDX nSequence Laboratory in Reno, NV. NDX nSequence provides the only fully-guided surgical and fully-guided prosthetic system for full arch and full mouth reconstruction. Mr. Carlson has extensive experience in both the dental laboratory setting as well as working with dental implant manufacturers in the areas of education, technical and sales support. He has lectured both nationally and internationally, speaking about dental implants, and is the primary author of a 300-page, fully-illustrated “cook book” for restorative doctors.

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10/1/2021 to 9/30/2024
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