On Demand CE Courses

National Dentex provides Continuing Education opportunities to thousands of clinicians around the country on an annual basis. We offer a variety of seminars and webinars on relevant topics in dentistry. Check out what programs we have available today!

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Fully Guided Full Arch Immediate Implant Reconstruction

Course Prerequisites: Conventional vs. Digitally-guided Full Arch Rehabilitation Best Practices For Record Taking For Digital Full Arch Rehabilitation In-Depth Guided Prosthetics: Surgical And Restorative Guidance For Full Arch Rehabilitation

This clinically based webinar will focus on the integration of restorative, surgical and laboratory disciplines, combined with digital and analog technology, to provide a seamless approach for fully guided full arch and full mouth immediate implant reconstruction for the terminal dentition and edentulous patient. This protocol includes placement of a prefabricated computer guided monolithic acrylic milled prosthesis for both edentulous and dentate arches.

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Treatment Planning for the Edentulous Arch

Prerequisites: Implant Dentistry Basics Part 1

A didactic overview of the theory and criteria necessary for a dental team to decide when to restore an edentulous arch with a fixed detachable, overdenture bar or overdenture stud prosthesis.

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Excellence in Full Denture Technology

Prerequisites: Back to Basics in Denture Technology

This presentation will cover how to successfully plan for a full denture procedure, leading to less chair time and more patient acceptance. The content is a must for the dentist who wants to increase removable caseloads that yield higher profits, cases with improved aesthetics and less chair time. The presentation will include comprehensive and proven methods on full denture technology.

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

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

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.

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