Course Description:

While there are many recommended protocols for the edentulous patient that appear to accelerate the treatment time and reduce cost, some protocols, if not well managed, may be at the expense of the patient.  The main objective of this course is to provide attendees with a repeatable and predictable method in delivering an immediate or delayed screw-retained, full -arch fixed bridge/hybrid restoration.

During this session, diagnosis and treatment planning for the appropriate treatment options will be discussed including patient selection, number of implants, implant positions, and transition of the patient from the edentulous state to the definitive prosthesis.
 A cost analysis and comparison of the different treatment options will be analyzed.  In addition, laboratory communication will be reviewed to help insure the desirable outcome.

Course Objectives:

At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand protocols for full-arch tooth replacement with proper diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Evaluate the cost of care for the edentulous patient
  • Understand the different treatment options for the edentulous patient
  • Be able to effectively communicate with the dental laboratory
  • Understand the treatment sequence options

Half Day or Evening Program

​​6355 E. Kemper Rd, Suite 150

 Robert F. Faulkner, D.D.S., Inc.​​

Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

Maxillofacial Prosthodontist

Clinical Pathways for Screw-Retained, Full-Arch Fixed Restorations

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