The success of implants depends largely on the restoration. This program will define the critical factors for fabricating successful implant restorations. It will be a fun day with a ‘Top of the Flops’ presentation of implant failures.
- Impression techniques including when to splint impression copings
- The choice of material for abutments and crowns
- Why zirconia fractures
- When to choose screw retained or cement retained restorations
- How to avoid cement going subgingival
- How many implants are typically required for different situations
- Ideal occlusion for implants and the fundamental differences between teeth and implants and how this affects how we restore them.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify and evaluate critical factors when planning implant restorations
- Apply knowledge to design a successful implant restoration
- Solve recurrent problems such as loose abutment screws
Dr Keith Doonan
BDS (London), M.Clin.Dent (Pros), FRACDS
Dr Keith Doonan qualified in 1993 form the Royal London Hospital Dental School. He received his Masters in Prosthodontics in 2006 form Kings College London. He is a Fellow of the RACDS and a member of Dental Protections education faculty. He is also a graduate of the Actors Conservatory in Brisbane and uses these skills to create a unique, interactive and engaging presentation style. He is also a terrible amateur magician and stand-up comic. He has presented on topics such as risk management, dental implants, prosthodontics and communication skills since 2006.
ADA Member Dentist - $440
ADA Member 1st and 2nd Year Graduate - $330
Non-Member Dentist - $572
Non-Member Dental Team - $445
6 Scientific hours
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