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Online Dental Continuing Education (CE) Course

Monolithic Solid Zirconia Full Arch Restorations Today Monolithic Solid Zirconia Full Arch Restorations Today

Continuing Education Credits:

1 CEU (Continuing Education Credit)

Course Presenter(s):

Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT

Date Added:

07/13/2017

Course Description:

The "All Zirconia Implant Supported Hybrid" has proven to be an exceptional and highly specialized treatment option for patients with non restorable teeth or patients who are edentulous. The ultimate outcome using zirconium provides a new standard of esthetic excellence as well as a longer lasting prosthesis when compared to the conventional acrylic hybrid. The importance of treatment planning, patient selection, and a formula for case presentation leading to higher patient acceptance will be stressed. As well as a discussion of the surgical aspects, provisonalization during healing, and management of soft tissue. The final fabrication of the all zirconia hybrid is complex and encompasses an exciting new “All in ONE” technology. With technology quickly taking over the dental market, your patients should feel as if technology is an enhancement — not a replacement — of a dental professional’s personal service. The “personal touch” remains an important element of patient satisfaction and retention.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the advantages and disadvantages of the all zirconia hybrid.
  • Develop guidelines for patient selection and case presentation
  • Understanding the necessary steps required to fabricate the all Zironia hybrid
  • denture.

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Monolithic Solid Zirconia Full Arch Restorations Today
The "All Zirconia Implant Supported Hybrid" has proven to be an exceptional and highly specialized treatment option for patients with non restorable teeth or patients who are edentulous. The ultimate outcome using zirconium provides a new standard of esthetic excellence as well as a longer lasting prosthesis when compared to the conventional acrylic hybrid. The importance of treatment planning, patient selection, and a formula for case presentation leading to higher patient acceptance will be stressed. As well as a discussion of the surgical aspects, provisonalization during healing, and management of soft tissue. The final fabrication of the all zirconia hybrid is complex and encompasses an exciting new “All in ONE” technology. With technology quickly taking over the dental market, your patients should feel as if technology is an enhancement — not a replacement — of a dental professional’s personal service. The “personal touch” remains an important element of patient satisfaction and retention.
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