Part I: The Orthodontic-Periodontal-Restorative Interface / Part II: Restoring Form and Function in Complex Implant Rehabilitation

February 5, 2016 – 8:30am to 5:00pm
Credit Hours:
7.5 CE
Ricardo Mitrani, D.D.S., M.S.D.
Dr Mitrani received his DDS degree from the UNITEC University of México City; he then obtained a certificate in Prosthodontics as well as a Master of Science in Dentistry from the University of Washington, where he served as the Graduate Prosthodontics program’s assistant director during the year of 2001. He currently holds academic affiliations at the University of Washington, and UNAM (National University of Mexico). He is a member of several organizations including: American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, American Academy of Restorative Dentistry and the International College of Dentist. He also serves as a member on the editorial board of the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry (JERD), Compendium (of continuing education in dentistry), Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry (JCD), Dental Press (Brazilian Journal) Dr Mitrani has authored numerous scientific publications and chapters in text books in the fields of Implant Prosthodontics and Aesthetic dentistry. He lectures worldwide, (has given over 400 lectures-courses, in over 26 countries around the world.)

$129 / night – NOW THROUGH JANUARY 22ND, 2016!

Part 1): The Orthodontic-Periodontal-Restorative Interface

Part 2): Restoring Form and Function in Complex Implant Rehabilitation


  • Discuss interdisciplinary communication, particularly pertaining to the role orthodontic therapy should play in contemporary restorative dentistry.
  • Address the key elements in determining what is the best implant supported alternative for a given situation.

With the ever increasing popularity of implant dentistry, there has been both great success and also unfounded and ill- advised decision-making in the treatment planning and execution of these cases.

This presentation will take a close look at the planning phase of those patients who are missing multiple teeth and seek therapy while presenting the following conditions:

  • Partially edentulous.
  • Terminal full arch dentition. (Pre-extraction condition)
  • Already fully edentulous.

The presentation will focus an intricate systematic approach, communication tools and therapy sequencing that allow the treating team to delineate a roadmap for successful results, based ultimately on customized treatment designs that are intended to be versatile while incorporating contingency measurements that may become paramount for long term success.
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