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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Immediate Anterior Implant Therapy: Comprehensive Esthetic Management Immediate Anterior Implant Therapy: Comprehensive Esthetic Management

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Alessandro Agnini, DMD
Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini, DDS


Date Added:
12/28/2011

Course Description:

The management of the anterior esthetic is one of the hottest topics in Dentistry. The diagnostic phase is critical. In this lecture, we are going to discuss all the parameters to achieve the correct diagnosis of the socket and the various treatment plan correlated to each type of socket. The bone zone and the tissue zone will be evaluated and discussed in detail, regarding each of their variables. In the surgical part, Dr. Agnini will describe the criteria necessary for successfully utilizing minimally invasive protocols within the esthetic zone and the possibility of placing or not placing a bone graft in the "gap" and the opportunity to use a connective tissue graft to overbuild the site bucco - lingually.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to classify different extraction sockets and the related challenges that each pose to the achievement of a successful result.
  • Understand the biological factors that govern successful immediate implant placement and immediate loading.
  • The role of soft tissue management in achieving esthetic results

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Immediate Anterior Implant Therapy: Comprehensive Esthetic Management
The management of the anterior esthetic is one of the hottest topics in Dentistry. The diagnostic phase is critical. In this lecture, we are going to discuss all the parameters to achieve the correct diagnosis of the socket and the various treatment plan correlated to each type of socket. The bone zone and the tissue zone will be evaluated and discussed in detail, regarding each of their variables. In the surgical part, Dr. Agnini will describe the criteria necessary for successfully utilizing minimally invasive protocols within the esthetic zone and the possibility of placing or not placing a bone graft in the “gap” and the opportunity to use a connective tissue graft to overbuild the site bucco - lingually. To achieve “Esthetic perfection”, every minimal detail should be considerated, starting from the temporary on the day of the surgery: Dr Agnini will describe various clinical options and techniques for efficiently and esthetically fabricating a temporary restoration immediately after implant placement in the replacement of a single tooth.
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