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Implant Restorative

2-Day Didactic and Hands-on Course

This 2-day didactic and hands-on course provides implant clinicians with fundamental principles of implant restorative process from treatment planning, prosthetic parts, occlusion and maintenance for a successful long term implant therapy, including single implant restoration to full arch implant supported prosthesis.

14 CEU


Treatment Plan

Restorative Design & Maintenance

Surgical Foundations

  • Facially and prosthetically driven treatment planning

  • Single implant to full arch (FP1 / FP3) implant planning

  • Kois principles applied in implantology

  • Use of digital tools
  • Implant restoration design elements for “No Bone Loss”

  • Communication keys with the lab technician

  • Critical considerations in the esthetic zone

  • Maintenance

  • All surgical fundamentals an implant clinician needs to know

  • Art of immediate implants

  • Bone sets the tone; Soft tissue is the issue.

  • Tips for successful implant surgery from single to full arch


  1. Understand Fundamental Principles:

    • Define and comprehend the fundamental principles of implant restorative processes.

    • Identify key terminology related to implant restorative dentistry.

  2. Master Treatment Planning:

    • Develop proficiency in treatment planning for implant restorative cases.

    • Assess patient cases and create comprehensive treatment plans for single implant restorations and full arch implant-supported prostheses.

  3. Explore Prosthetic Components:

    • Demonstrate knowledge of different prosthetic components used in implant dentistry.

    • Identify and select appropriate prosthetic parts for various clinical scenarios.

  4. Study Occlusion in Implant Dentistry:

    • Analyze the impact of occlusion on implant restorations.

    • Apply principles of occlusion in implant dentistry for optimal function and longevity.

  5. Hands-On Training:

    • Gain practical experience through hands-on exercises in prosthetic component selection and placement.

    • Develop skills in impression techniques and laboratory communication for implant restorations.

  6. Navigate Maintenance Protocols:

    • Understand the importance of maintenance in long-term implant therapy.

    • Implement effective maintenance protocols for both single implant restorations and full arch implant-supported prostheses.

  7. Address Challenges and Complications:

    • Recognize and troubleshoot common challenges and complications in implant restorative procedures.

    • Develop problem-solving skills for unexpected situations during the restorative phase.

  8. Comprehensive Case Discussions:

    • Participate in case discussions to analyze and critique various implant restorative cases.

    • Collaborate with peers to evaluate different treatment approaches and outcomes.

  9. Patient Communication Skills:

    • Enhance communication skills with patients regarding implant restorative treatment options.

    • Develop the ability to educate and guide patients through the restorative process.

  10. Stay Updated on Current Trends:

    • Stay informed about the latest advancements and trends in implant restorative dentistry.

    • Access resources for continued learning and professional development in the field.


These learning objectives aim to cover a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills, ensuring that participants are well-equipped to excel in the implant restorative process.


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