Implant Provisionalization: Creating a Seamless Transition from Tooth to Implant

Implant dentistry has come a long way from its inception. Traditionally, implant success was defined as a fixture integrated into the bone, in function, with biological stability. Today, it is clear that the standards have risen. Many patients are seeking higher level, long lasting esthetic results. Our patients often think of the esthetics as just a pretty tooth, but a tooth is more than just the restoration. There is an intimate role that the soft tissue plays in framing and enhancing the overall esthetic appearance of the restoration. So why not aim to achieve both? This lecture aims to explore the use of implant provisionalization, both immediate and delayed, in order to preserve and/or develop soft tissue “pink” esthetics. We will also explore how provisionalization can enhance long term biological success and patient satisfaction.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to use provisionalization as a marketing tool for your practice
  • How to propose this VALUE ADDED service to your patients
  • The emergency patient: how to make the transition from tooth to implant as smooth as possible
  • How to utilize implant provisionalization to enhance biologic and esthetic outcomes
  • How to design and shape implant provisionals
  • Harnessing digital technology to aid in the design and fabrication

Monday, October 30th
Tuesday, November 28th
Wednesday, December 6th
Wednesday, January 17th

5:00 - 7:30 pm

Midwest Dental Implantology
525 Tyler Road Suite E
St Charles, IL 60174

Dinner: Compliments of Tricia and Will

Space is Limited. Please reserve your space today by contacting Jaime at 331.901.5354. This course provides 2 CE Credits

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