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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Why CBCT Guided Implant Surgery & Treatment Planning for Your Patients: A Restorative Roadmap to Success Why CBCT Guided Implant Surgery & Treatment Planning for Your Patients: A Restorative Roadmap to Success

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Christopher Marchack, DDS


Date Added:
10/18/2012

Course Description:

To achieve an ideal prosthetic outcome with dental implants, it takes proper treatment planning. Traditional implant placement, with conventional surgical templates are restorative driven, although it does not account for anatomical factors that will make it impossible to place the implant. CAD/CAM surgical templates or guided templates, through the use of cbct and surgical planning software allows for a restorative driven implant placement along with a three dimensional view of the patient’s anatomy, allowing treatment planning in a team approach. The accuracy of implant placement is crucial from the single tooth implant to the fully edentulous patient. This presentation will discuss the advantages of using cbct, accuracy of guided surgery, and advantages of guided implant surgery to help achieve a predictable result for a patient driven treatment.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Why CBCT Guided Implant Surgery & Treatment Planning for Your Patients: A Restorative Roadmap to Success
Traditional implant placement, with conventional surgical templates are restorative driven, although it does not account for anatomical factors that will make it impossible to place the implant. CAD/CAM surgical templates or guided templates, through the use of cbct and surgical planning software allows for a restorative driven implant placement along with a three dimensional view of the patient’s anatomy, allowing treatment planning in a team approach. The accuracy of implant placement is crucial from the single tooth implant to the fully edentulous patient. This presentation will discuss the advantages of using cbct, accuracy of guided surgery, and advantages of guided implant surgery to help achieve a predictable result for a patient driven treatment.
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