Course Description:

There exists a vast array of dental implant systems available to the surgeon and restorative dentist.  We must be able to rationally evaluate these different systems and logically justify our use of a system for a specific restorative case.  To do so, we must also be familiar with basic implant biology, biomechanics, and concepts of occlusion.  This introductory seminar will walk its participants through the basic concepts of case selection and treatment planning, evaluation of dental implant occlusion, and implant biomechanics.  A strong emphasis will be placed on understanding the advantages of dental implant systems and 
the restorative options available.

Course Objectives:

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

  • Logically choose a dental implant system
  • Familiarize themselves with the restorative choices utilizing dental implants
  • Have an understanding of the advantages offered by dental implant systems with focus on treatment planning
  • Familiarize themselves with the basic concepts of dental implant occlusion
  • Recognize the basic concepts of case selection and implant treatment planning​

Treatment Planning and Restorative Outcomes in Implant Dentistry

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Half Day or Evening Program

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 Robert F. Faulkner, D.D.S., Inc.​​

Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

Maxillofacial Prosthodontist