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Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

Learning Implant Dentistry For The Restorative Dentist - Part II (LECTURE & LIVE WEBINAR)

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Overview / Abstract:

Successful implant osseointegration is well documented over the past forty years. In this course, participants will learn the most predictable manner to diagnose and treat patients presenting missing teeth with dental implants and their restoration. Aspects of treatment planning will be discussed and conventional dentistry vs implant dentistry will be compared. Participants will become knowledgeable about CT scan, radiographic and surgical guides, implant components, implant provisional restorations and screw retained and cement retained restoration. Part II of "Learning Implant Dentistry" is designed for the dentist who have some experience with implant dentistry and would like to improve their knowledge and skill with implant treatment planning, soft tissue manipulation, and final implant restorations. Single and multiple unit restorations will be discussed along with treatment planning implants and natural teeth for optimum results. The advantages and disadvantages of Implant impression techniques will be presented so that the practitioner can become confident with any impression technique. Cement retained vs. Screw retained implant restorations will be presented and recommendations will be given for various situations.


Treatment planning for single and multiple unit implant restorations
Cost benefit analysis of teeth vs implant restorations
CT Scans- planning for restorative driven implant placement
Radiographic/Surgical Guides- what to look for when evaluating guides
Implant Components for Restorative Dentistry
How to form the gingival tissues around Implant restoration
Screw retained Implant provisional restorations
Advantages and disadvantages of cement vs screw retained implant restorations


Know how to treatment plan single and multiple unit implant restorations
Know how to manage and manipulate soft tissue esthetics around implant restorations
Understand the cost benefit analysis between natural teeth and implants
Become familiar with various implant impressions techniques, stock and custom
Understanding submucosal implant form
Understand the financial implications of implants vs conventional dentistry
Know treatment sequencing of implants and natural teeth


Part II is designed for those who wish to have improved comprehension of implant treatment for their patients. Part I attendance is highly recommended prior to attending Part II.


Before April 1, 2019
Dentist: $275; Dentist Webinar: $245
Auxiliary: $215; Auxiliary Webinar: $210

After April 1, 2019
Dentist: $345; Dentist Webinar: $315
Auxiliary: $295; Auxiliary Webinar: $290


May 04, 2019


Dental CDE

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Presenters / Authors / Faculty

George Cho, DDS, FACP

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Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC Free CE CME

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