Recording | Restoring Implants Predictably: Optimal Tissue, Crown Design, and Occlusion (2022)


What has been missing for many doctors are the details of how to go from the concept of “prosthetically driven treatment plan” to delivering comfort, function, health, and optimal esthetics for their patient. This course will cover the key steps in achieving predictable results with the most common scenarios general dentists face, 1’s, 2’s, and 3’s- single crowns, side by side implant crowns, and 3-unit bridges. Whether you place implants or not, the restorative dentist is responsible for the long-term health and stability of the final result, including tissue management, crown design and occlusion.

SKU: Recording: Restoring-Implants-Predictably-Optimal-Tissue-Crown-Design-and-Occlusion-2022 Category:


Original Air Date: 4/22/2022

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how to communicate with the dental laboratory and surgeon to pre-plan the success of the case.
  • Know what options are available to help develop an appropriate emergence profile
  • Understand the scanning/ impression process
  • How to determine and deliver the correct torque to various component screws.
  • Understand the impact crown design has on tissue health, retrievability, and occlusal force.

CE Credits: 4

Instructor: Dr. Jeff Scott, DMD

Tuition: $299

Recommended Prerequisite: None


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