Part I: The Orthodontic-Periodontal-Restorative Interface / Part II: Restoring Form and Function in Complex Implant Rehabilitation
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.
Further Reading – https://wwww.dentalaegis.com/special-issues/2014/09/contingency-priority-and-risk-cpr-protocol-a-roadmap-for-designing-successful-and-long-lasting-implant-therapy