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DSD & Architecture of the Full Arch Patient; From Scan to Plan to Delivery

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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.

Date Added:
6/6/2022

Author(s):

John Heimke, DMD, MPH, FAGD John Heimke, DMD, MPH, FAGD
John Heimke DMD, MPH, FAGD General Dentistry is an accomplished Cosmetic/Implant Dentist with over 26 years of experience. Dr. Heimke is known for his excepti...
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