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Stephen Jones
Cementing implant restorations - end of the journey or the start of further problems?

In the early days most implant restorations were screw-retained, but during the 1990s cement retention became more common. Though it is possible to retain every implant restoration by a screw of some sort, there are many reasons why cement retention might be indicated. However, there are some potential pitfalls with cementing and clear protocols need to be followed both in the dialogue with dental technicians and in the cementation procedures themselves. This presentation will outline the most important factors.

Stephen Jones
Steve Jones qualified in 1983 and initially trained as a Prosthodontist. Over the last 20 years he has undertaken further training in carrying out the hard and soft tissue surgery necessary to reliably produce the illusion of a prosthesis and mucosa imitating natural teeth and gingivae. He has placed over 2000 dental implants and he has used most major dental implant systems over the years. Steve maintains a referral practice in Newbury and was an Examiner at The Royal College of Surgeons 1996-2002. He recently wrote the 'Fixed Prosthetics' course for Ark, the ADI’s online dental implant learning programme.

Qualifications: BDS MSc MGDS MRD

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