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Full Arch Implant Prosthetics - including atrophic jaws and Zygomatic implants

20 – 21 September 2019

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Presented by: Dawood & Tanner Academy
Date: 20 – 21 September 2019
Location: 45 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 8SB
Price: £2,500.00

Aims & Objectives

This course will examine aspects of full arch implant reconstruction for patients who are edentulous or in their terminal dentition.

We will cover the treatment of patients who have ample bone available for conventional full arch implant treatments through to situations where less bone is available, including the All-on-4™ workflow, extreme atrophy and the use of zygomatic or short implants.

With an intermediate knowledge of implant treatment, the course will help you to extend your skills towards patients requiring full arch reconstruction

Live procedures will include surgery and post-surgical impression technique, laboratory steps, immediate bridge placement, aspects of the definitive restorative workflow.

Event Content

Lectures and discussion topics will include:

patient consultation

treatment planning

indications and contraindications

diagnostic work-up

radiographic considerations and integrated prosthodontic/radiographic planning

full arch surgery- ‘all-on-4™’, zygomatic implants

immediate function


prosthodontic procedures and laboratory stages

common prosthodontic problems

avoiding peri-implantitis and maintenance.

We will focus on the NobelBiocare Implant family, but the course is applicable to clinicians working with any system.

Expand the scope of your practice to enable treatment of:

Patients in their terminal dentition

Routine edentulous patients

Patients with advanced atrophy

Examine treatment options for:

Immediate loading and Temporisation

Fixed bridge reconstruction

Overdenture reconstruction

Zygomatic implants

Prosthetic considerations for maintenance and ongoing care:

Designing for patient managed care

Hygiene therapy

The ageing prosthesis


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