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Presenter: David Gelb, DDS
Provider: AEGIS Publications, LLC
Commercial Supporter: Nobel Biocare
Cost: $0.00
CDE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU

Description: Today it is possible to replace teeth with implants in one minimally invasive surgical procedure. This is predicated on the realization that osseointegration and bone regeneration can occur simultaneously as a tooth root is replaced with an implant fixture. Furthermore, throughout the healing period the provisional restoration guides soft-tissue maturation to optimum contour, esthetics, and substantiveness. The significant benefit is an anatomically correct site restoration with one procedure—truly a patient-preferred sequence from tooth to implant.

Disclosure: Dr. Gelb has received an honorarium for his preparation and presentation of this program.

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The Evolution of the Immediate Implant With Immediate Provisional Restoration

Thursday, December 14, 2017 7:00pm ET

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Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the evolution of immediate implant procedures
  • Explain the efficacy of immediate implant/immediate provisional restoration as compared to immediate implants without restoration
  • Describe the clinical and patient advantages supporting the use of immediate implant/immediate provisional restoration