This event has concluded
From: 8:30 AM
Thursday, 27 November, 2014
To: 5:00 PM
Saturday, 29 November, 2014
The intended audience for this event includes:
Restoring the edentulous patient with an aesthetic restoration may present numerous challenges to the clinician and technician. The patients occlusal vertical dimension, centric relation, aesthetic and phonestics need to be determined and maintained throughout the restorative process. With dental implants, there are various treatment options available today to address the patients aesthetic and functional needs. We will also discuss diagnosis and treatment planning for removable implant supported reconstruction.
A variety of treatment options and prosthesis designs will be introduced and the treatment sequence will be reviewed in a step-by-step simplified approach to provide a predictable outcome with aesthetic implant and removable prosthesis through proper planning.
- Communication with the implant team, laboratory and patient to obtain predictable results before you start
- Fundamental treatment options for the implant patient
- Understand the aesthetic requirements for dentures
- Understand current concepts of occulsion
Who should attend
This course is designed for dental technicans and prosthetists with an interest in removable implant supported restorations.
What to bring
Their personal working instruments and rotary grinding instruments, wax carving instruments and eye loupes to the workshop.
Speakers at this event...
Venue for Event...
Artarmon NSW 2064
AUSTRALIA Phone: (02) 9436-0400