Meeting 48

Digital Dentistry Workflows and Concepts for Innovative Surgical and Restorative Procedures

  • Credits: 6 credits
  • Audience: GP/Prosth, OMS, Perio
  • Subject Code: 690
  • SAC: Straightforward/Advanced
  • Type: Lecture
  • Tuition Cost: $125 (a $150 value!)


Lecture Title: Digital Dentistry Workflows and Concepts for Surgical and Restorative Procedures

Description: Whether you’re a novice or experienced in digital dentistry, this lecture will help you start, or grow, the use of digital technology in your dental implant practice. This presentation will discuss techniques for digitizing patients’ bone, teeth, and soft tissue, as well as treatment planning and using 3D printers to assist in surgical and restorative procedures in your office. Combining both analog and digital techniques we will further discuss workflows to assist in the collaborative treatment of our patients.
Learning Objectives:
- Discuss how to digitize bone and teeth for implant planning
- Learn how to use 3D printers to assist in the treatment of our patients
- Review digital treatment workflows for surgical and restorative procedures

Lecture Title: Introduction to the Nobel Biocare N1™️ Implant System

Description: More than just an implant, Nobel Biocare N1™️ is a fully comprehensive system of dedicated instruments, prosthetic components, and surgical protocols. Based on the latest science of osseointegration and the most biologically friendly site preparation.  In this presentation we will discuss the concepts behind the implant system as well as the concepts of the one abutment one-time and Mucointegration™️ helping with the promotion of soft tissue attachment to an abutment placed at the time of surgery.
Learning Objectives:
- Introduce the N1™️ implant system
- Review the one abutment one-time concept
- Discuss restorative options for the N1™️ implant

Lecture Title: Keys to Esthetic and Prosthetic Success with Dental Implants 

Description: The success of dental implants is influenced by many surgical and restorative factors.  This lecture will focus on the restorative factors that affect dental implants. With a greater understanding of these factors, both the surgical and restorative teams can improve the treatment they provide. Additionally, restorative techniques will be discussed to expand the treatment we provide to our patients. 
Learning Objectives:
- Review factors that affect dental implant restoration
- Discuss restorative concepts that lead to improved tissue health
- Explore how surgical and restorative techniques complement each other

Registration: 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. | Presentation: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Continental Breakfast and Lunch Buffet Provided

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the Academy of General Dentistry Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) through the joint program provider approval of MINEC America and Jesse & Frichtel Dental Lab. MINEC America is approved for awarding FAGD/MAGD credit. AGD ID #322397


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