CDEWorld - Continuing Dental Education

Implant Biomechanics and Material Selection for Predictable Results

Steve Hurson

October 2017 Course - Expires October 31st, 2020

Web Only

Abstract

This presentation will examine the multifactorial science of marginal bone maintenance and remodeling. It will review the science of how implant materials, rough and smooth surfaces, and connection type all play a role, and will present an application-based guideline for the types of implants to use to conform to these scientific principles.

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CREDITS: 1 SI
COST: $0.00
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry | October 2017
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Nobel Biocare

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the importance of properly matched components, precise fit, and accurate laboratory processing for trouble-free restorations
  • Explain why careful selection of restorative materials is needed to obtain a soft-tissue seal to the restorative components on implants placed at bone level
  • Discuss how the selection and application of the proper implant connection type is necessary to build a good base to prevent marginal bone loss

Disclosures:

Mr. Hurson has received an honorarium for his preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@dentallearningsystems.net.