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Prosthetic 2

Single Tooth and Quadrant Prosthetics

(20 CPD)   Pre-requisite Protocols 1

Course Outline

This prosthetic implant course addresses treatment planning options for fixed partial dentures, treatment planning the maxilla, occlusal evaluation and premaxillary implant prosthetics, esthetic anterior single tooth implants, abutment selection for cemented and screw retained prostheses, direct and indirect techniques of prosthesis fabrication, and crown height space considerations. It also addresses cemented prostheses principles, implant protective occlusion and progressive bone loading, joining implants to teeth and the use of occlusal materials. Common complications in implant prosthodontics.

 

Hands-on training workshops and live prosthetic demonstrations are an integral feature of Prosthetic 2.

Course Topics

Course Objectives

Esthetic management of the single maxillary anterior including

  abutment selection

Treatment planning the maxilla for partial fixed prosthodontics

Occlusal considerations for implant supported prostheses

Crown height considerations

Prostheses fabrication - direct technique

Prostheses fabrication - indirect technique

Small diameter implants

Shade selection and laboratory communication

Stress and treatment planning

Pre-implant prosthodontics

Bone density and treatment planning

Progressive bone loading and occlusal materials

Implant protected occlusion

Templates and study casts

Treatment planning session

Cement retained implant prosthodontics

Common complications including abutment screw loosening

N-Fit and single tooth immediate loading

Treatment planning computerized tomography

 

Undertake step by step procedures for implant restorations on
laboratory models

 

Treatment plan partially edentulous patients for implant restorations

 

Utilise 3D radiographic interpretation techniques for partial

edentulous patients

 

Describe the 3-angulation options for root form implant placement

in the esthetic zone

 

Understand the biological basis (materials, mechanics and implant-tissue interface) and interactions between dental implants and host tissues

 

Determine and assess local conditions which affect the surgical or

prosthetic implant treatment

 

Develop treatment planning skills specific to these implant restorations

 

Understand the 3 prosthetic options for fixed prostheses

 

Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of these 3 prosthetic options

 

Recognise and apply ideal soft tissue drape conditions in the esthetic zone

 

Understand the alveolar-gingival complex relating to single tooth

implant crowns

 

Understand the implant prosthetic base dimension requirements for

implant restorations

 

Correlate implant diameter and abutment design in relation to prosthetic emergence profile

 

Appreciate the differences between screw retained and cemented prostheses

 

Understand and apply the principals of implant protected occlusion

 

Incorporate the biomechanical considerations in your approach to

treatment planning

 

Appreciate the most common implant complications and their causes

 

Understand when an implant and a tooth may be incorporated in a prosthesis

 

Appreciate the indications for direct and indirect restorative techniques

 

Learn the clinical and laboratory steps and procedures to perform direct

and indirect techniques for crown fabrication

 

Appreciate the choice of restorative material and its effect on implant loading

 

Appreciate the effect of bone density on implant treatment planning

 

Learn and apply methods to increase bone density by progressive

bone loading

 

Learn how to modify treatment plans to accommodate for bone density

 

Recognise 3 different healing methods used in implant dentistry

MASTER IMPLANT PROGRAM     7 COURSES (7 WEEKENDS), 140 CPD

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Bii programs are fully CPD compliant with current Dental Board of Australia Guidelines on Continuing Professional Development

 

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