Restorative stability is key to successful implant reconstructions. This program will review protocols for predictable results with cement- and screw-retained techniques.
Dr. Jansen has received an honorarium for his preparation and presentation of this program.
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Current Trends and New Beginnings for Retaining Restorations on Dental Implants
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 7:00pm ET
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Discuss the importance of retrievability with implant restorations
Triage placing cemented or screw retained restorations with single versus multiple implants
Discuss the use of abutments with screw retained and cement retained restorations