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Customized Abutments: Optimizing integration of Aesthetics, Biology and Function in Implant Dentistry

Customized Abutments: Optimizing integration of Aesthetics, Biology and Function in Implant Dentistry
The CAD/CAM technology gives us the opportunity to provide individualized restorations on implant, from the abutment to the final outcome. Using an anatomic design to support soft tissue and the cosmetic part, we can get nearer to a natural architecture, improving our implant restorations and their long term success. In the same time, a considerable evolution has been observed in the restorative materials, on both mechanical and aesthetics properties, which could be seen as an alternative to traditional materials for implant frameworks.

Presented By:: Louis Toussaint, DDS
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The Digital Evolution to Simplify the Process of Implant Placement, Implant Restoration and Implant Protection Premium Member Content

The Digital Evolution to Simplify the Process of Implant Placement, Implant Restoration and Implant Protection
Proper treatment planning and guided implant placement will lead to an ideal prosthetic outcome. The accuracy of implant placement is crucial in a single tooth or a full arch implant cases. Digital technology is very advanced now days that allowed us to utilize the digital impression and the CBCT for our patient advantages. <br><br> This presentation will discuss the benefits of using digital dentistry to provide the best outcome for our patients.<br><br> The use of static surgical guide, full control over the custom abutment design and 3 D printed night guard for Implant protection to help achieve a predictable result for a restoratively driven treatment.<br><br>

Presented By:: Rami Salloum, DDS
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Digital Workflow for Fully Guided Full-Arch Implant Reconstruction - Part 2 Premium Member Content

Digital Workflow for Fully Guided Full-Arch Implant Reconstruction - Part 2
A large portion of the US population today is edentulous. It is estimated that over 23 million individuals are completely edentulous and 12 million are edentulous in one arch. In addition to that, we have a growing population with terminal dentition conditions. Traditionally, these patients were treated with staged implant placement and delayed loading. Such traditional approach requires multiple surgeries and longer treatment time. Consequently, the traditional treatment approach is associated with increased morbidity and longer healing periods. Utilizing this Digital workflow for implant reconstruction to treat patients with terminal dentition and those who are fully edentulous will significantly increase predictability, precision, and reduce treatment chair side time which overall increases patient satisfaction.

Presented By:: Tarek Assi, DMD, FAAID, DICOI, DABOI
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Recent Restorative Videos
Customized Abutments: Optimizing integration of Aesthetics, Biology and Function in Implant Dentistry

Customized Abutments: Optimizing integration of Aesthetics, Biology and Function in Implant Dentistry
The CAD/CAM technology gives us the opportunity to provide individualized restorations on implant, from the abutment to the final outcome. Using an anatomic design to support soft tissue and the cosmetic part, we can get nearer to a natural architecture, improving our implant restorations and their long term success. In the same time, a considerable evolution has been observed in the restorative materials, on both mechanical and aesthetics properties, which could be seen as an alternative to traditional materials for implant frameworks.

Presented By:: Louis Toussaint, DDS
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DSD &amp; Architecture of the Full Arch Patient; From Scan to Plan to Delivery

DSD & Architecture of the Full Arch Patient; From Scan to Plan to Delivery
This presentation will take the audience step by step through the entire full arch process from consult to evaluation to records and team interaction to final delivery. The importance of engaging our patients through DSD (Digital Smile Design) to gain their acceptance of our vision prior to the planning of our cases with the implant surgeon and lab tech will be featured. The process of prosthetic conversion on the day of surgery and the planning of bone reduction and implant positioning will be highlighted. The emotional side of this process from the patient's perspective will allow us a peek into the magnitude of our responsibility.

Presented By:: John Heimke, DMD, MPH, FAGD
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Surgical Management of the Full Arch Patient; Do&#39;s &amp; Don&#39;ts

Surgical Management of the Full Arch Patient; Do's & Don'ts
The responsibility of the surgeon is even more critical when performing a Full Arch Implant treatment. A thorough review of the anatomy is critical prior to the day of surgery to precisely assess the quality and quantity of bone/soft tissues as well as the location of critical anatomical landmarks such as the mandibular nerve, mental nerve, mylohyoid concavity, genial tubercles, floor of the nose, sinus floor, nasopalatine canal, greater palantine canal and pterygoid, zygomatic buttress. A thorough medical review is also a key element to avoid bleeding issues and a poor healing outcome.

Presented By:: Richard Martin, DDS
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Recent General Videos
Immediate Full Arch Provisional. What&#39;s next? Impression techniques, bite registration and occlusal management.

Immediate Full Arch Provisional. What's next? Impression techniques, bite registration and occlusal management.
Dr. Silva was born in São Paulo, Brazil and was raised in a small city named Mogi das Cruzes where he attended dental school. Passionate about implant dentistry, he focused his career on the surgical aspect of dentistry after having completed intense post-doctoral training in that field.

Presented By:: Dr. Marcelo Silva
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Expanding on Transverse Diagnosis and Maxillary Expansion Premium Member Content

Expanding on Transverse Diagnosis and Maxillary Expansion
Transverse dimension diagnosis and treatment is the base for sagital and vertical corrections. Most precise diagnosis on maxillary transverse deficiency is obtained through the CBCT. Miniscrew assisted rapid maxillary expansion (Marpe) or Surgical assisted maxillary expansion are the procedures of choice in skeletal mature patients presenting maxillary transverse deficiencies. Protocols with most common type of expander will be illustrated through clinical cases. Long term periodontal health and airways are addressed as part of this lecture.

Presented By:: Marianna Evans, DMD;Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS
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Facial &amp; Skin Rejuvenation: How to Achieve a Natural &amp; Aesthetic Result Premium Member Content

Facial & Skin Rejuvenation: How to Achieve a Natural & Aesthetic Result
Facial aesthetics it is an industry that is constantly growing, specially the application of minimal invasive procedures. In certain countries, dentists are allowed to do this kind of procedures. During this webinar, Dr Ana Paz will present a 100% biological facial aesthetic protocol for skin rejuvenation. Dr Paz will present some science behind the application of ozonetherapy, PRF and Photobiomodulation therapy.

Presented By:: Ana Paz, DDS, MS
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Recent Orthodontics Videos
Expanding on Transverse Diagnosis and Maxillary Expansion Premium Member Content

Expanding on Transverse Diagnosis and Maxillary Expansion
Transverse dimension diagnosis and treatment is the base for sagital and vertical corrections. Most precise diagnosis on maxillary transverse deficiency is obtained through the CBCT. Miniscrew assisted rapid maxillary expansion (Marpe) or Surgical assisted maxillary expansion are the procedures of choice in skeletal mature patients presenting maxillary transverse deficiencies. Protocols with most common type of expander will be illustrated through clinical cases. Long term periodontal health and airways are addressed as part of this lecture.

Presented By:: Marianna Evans, DMD;Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS
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Ortho/Perio Treatment on Impacted Upper Central Incisors Premium Member Content

Ortho/Perio Treatment on Impacted Upper Central Incisors
Upper central incisor impaction has functional, esthetic and psychologic implications. Causes of the impaction can be divided in obstructive and traumatic. Among the first ones are: supernumerary teeth, odontomas and mesiodens. Among the second group are facial trauma received in the primary or early mixed dentition. In close relation as well with root dilaceration. Other less common reasons for impaction include: crowding, endocrine alterations, bone diseases, genetic conditions, extraction or ankylosis of primary incisors. The impacted upper central incisor can be classified depending on: mesio-distal position, occluso-gingival position, midline angulation, degree of root formation. If early intervention is not enough. There is the need for surgical exposure and orthodontic traction. Among possible treatment complications are: esthetic gingival sequelae, ankylosis and root resorption

Presented By:: Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS;Carol Weinstein, DDS; Carolina Alarcon, DDS
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Integrating Orthodontics with Orthognatic Surgery; From Virtual Planning to Clinical Excellence Premium Member Content

Integrating Orthodontics with Orthognatic Surgery; From Virtual Planning to Clinical Excellence
Dentofacial deformities in adults require the combination and skills of the orthodontist and maxillofacial surgeon. In order to achieve all the functional and esthetic goals. In digital dentistry’s days virtual planning of orthodontics and orthognatic surgical corrections has become a valuable tool. Results can be compared to planning both for reevaluation and sharing information with colleagues and our patients. Virtual planning account for more reliable and precise results in our orthognatic surgery. Orthodontic preparation is the gold standard for maximizing the surgical correction. Cases will illustrate our treatment protocol from A to Z for these complex and challenging situations.

Presented By:: Miguel Hirschhaut, DDS;Nelson Leon, DDS, OMFS
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