Rehabilitation of the Extreme Atrophic Jaws
In this lecture you will learn several alternatives for the full arch rehabilitation of the jaws with different degrees of resorption. Several cases will be presented step-by-step with high-quality pictures for each technique explained. The main goals are to avoid complex regeneration procedures, to avoid zigomatic surgery and to still be able to perform immediate loading in the most compromised scenarios. All-on-Four technique, palatal approach technique, pterygoid implants and the most recent Subperiosteal Implants are some of the key-concepts presented.
Bernardo SousaBernardo Nunes de Sousa, DDS MSC Dental Degree and Master’s Degree in Dentistry by the Portuguese Catholic University, Viseu, Portugal Master in Oral Rehabilitation by the ISCS-N Universi...See Bio
This course is intended for dentists and other dental professionals from novice to advanced.
Self Instructional Online CE Course
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