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Risks Endangering Bone Stability Around an Implant
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presented by Georg-Hubertus Nentwig (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2013), 1 hour 19 mins
The risks that endanger bone stability around an implant can be related to trauma, loading, anatomy, implant, reconstruction, or the patient. This lecture will provide hints and scientific background about each one of these aspects so that you can manage and even avoid these risks.Bone stability is the key for lon...
presented by Georg-Hubertus Nentwig (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2013), 1 hour 19 mins
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Advanced Implant Therapy, 12, Management of implant complications
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presented by Sascha A. Jovanovic, in Advanced Implant Therapy, 12 (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 59 mins
Implant Dentistry offers todays patients function on a predicatable basis. Presently, the main concern for both clinicians and patients is achieving esthetic, lasting implant results and preventing complications and failures. This course will focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of problems with dental...
presented by Sascha A. Jovanovic, in Advanced Implant Therapy, 12 (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 59 mins
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Advanced Implant Treatment Planning: A Systematic Approach
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presented by Mamaly Reshad and Alexandre-Amir Aalam (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 41 mins
presented by Mamaly Reshad and Alexandre-Amir Aalam (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 41 mins
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Advances in Post Extraction Single Tooth Implant Cases in the Esthetic Zone
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presented by Egon Euwe (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 55 mins
We have all been in the situation where we must extract a tooth with a problem, and replace it with an implant. What is the most predictable protocol for dealing with these cases? We actually know now that it is a mistake to try to fill the extraction socket completely with the implant body. So we have moved away...
presented by Egon Euwe (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 55 mins
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presented by Saj Jivraj (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 46 mins
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presented by Edward A. McLaren (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 56 mins
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The Biodynamics of Osseointegration Facts and Clinical Implications
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presented by Peter Schupbach (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 51 mins
Dental implants are placed into the alveolar bone, with the expectation that they become osseointegrated and that the periimplant mucosa will heal to the abutment surface and fulfill the primary functions of the periodontal tissues, which are attachment and protection of the soft tissue and the underlying bone.Thi...
presented by Peter Schupbach (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 51 mins
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Cantilevers: Friend or Foe?
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presented by Vinny Celenza (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 42 mins
presented by Vinny Celenza (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 42 mins
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Classification for Minimally Invasive Sinus Bone Grafting, Part 2 of 2
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presented by Samuel Lee, fl. 2008 (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 25 mins
Sinus bone grafting can be intimidating for many clinicians as well as for our patients. In this lecture, we will discuss some common complications that can arise from sinus bone grafting as well as how to manage and avoid complications. Four classifications of sinus morphology will be presented along with guideli...
presented by Samuel Lee, fl. 2008 (Los Angeles, CA: Global Institute for Dental Education, 2012), 25 mins
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Computer Guided Implants
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presented by Michael Skinner, fl. 1986 (McKinney, TX: HDiQ Dental, 2012), 37 mins
This two part program will go chair side with Dr. Michael Skinner as he utilizes the Nobel Biocare Implant protocol. Replacing teeth with dental implants has traditionally been associated with long periods of healing, high costs, discomfort, and lost work time. The latest technological advances allow the patient t...
presented by Michael Skinner, fl. 1986 (McKinney, TX: HDiQ Dental, 2012), 37 mins
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