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Seminar In Paradise

 

 

Mid-Summer

9- Night Northern Europe Cruise
Monday - Wednesday
July 22 - 31, 2019

 

"Implant Esthetics: the Basics and Beyond -
a Stepwise Approach"  

Presented by                         
Keith Progebin, D.D.S.          

 

16 CE Credits given on days at sea

 

 

 

 

Course Description

The use of dental implants to restore function and esthetics following the loss of teeth has been well documented. As high implant survival and success rates have been reported, the esthetic outcome has become the main focus of interest in esthetically sensitive areas. After 30 years in implant dentistry our treatment protocols have evolved and are ever-changing based on scientific evidence and literature with clinical experience. Innovation and change has kept us striving for ideal treatment outcomes. This presentation will illustrate classic concepts and techniques in a modern world. The team approach utilizing interdisciplinary treatment with long-term outcomes will be demonstrated. Dentistry in the third dimension with CBCT and intraoral scanning to virtual treatment planning and guided surgery for “every patient every time” will be discussed.  A review of static vs. dynamic guided surgery, milled vs. 3D printed technology with case presentations and the latest literature review to help the clinician choose patient/site specific treatment protocols. A discussion of site development with the use of biologics for regeneration for simple to complex cases will be illustrated.

 

The prosthetic reconstruction should imitate the appearance of the natural teeth. Clinical cases will illustrate a stepwise approach of tissue manipulation with the use of provisional restorations to create a subgingival contoured sulcus. With the latest technology, through guided prosthetics a virtual abutment can achieve natural root replacement contours. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss advancements in machined abutment design: pre-contoured versus CAD/CAM, metal versus ceramic abutments. Decision criteria will be formulated in order to choose between all ceramic abutments and crowns as well as titanium, gold abutments and ceramometal crowns. The clinician will have a better understanding of abutment selection to achieve the ultimate esthetic integration.

 

 Course Objectives

·         -Stepwise diagnosis and treatment planning for ideal esthetics and longevity

·         -Understand the development of soft tissue profiles with provisional restorations

·         -Learn immediate provisional restoration techniques for single and multiple prosthesis

·         -Digital Dentistry-Where are we?

·         -Digital vs analog dentistry workflows

·         -Virtual treatment planning for all implant cases

·         -Static vs. Dynamic guided choices for implant placement

·         -Guided Surgery and Guided Prosthetics a reality

·         -Have the ability to select components that are appropriate for patient specific restorations

·         -Management of complications

 

 

 

Course Info

 

 

1. Digital Implant Dentistry Part 1: Digital Implant Diagnostic

 

·         Dentistry in the third dimension with CBCT technology offers greater accuracy than traditional two dimensional dentistry.

 

·         The digital workflow starts with the restorative vision through a diagnostic wax-up.

 

·         Computer software allows a team of clinicians to collaborate through screen sharing to plan comprehensive "restoratively driven" implant reconstructions.

 

·         Plan for accurate implant placement through static and dynamic guided implant surgery using "intra-oral optimal impressing" or optimal scanning of stone casts (STL files) and merging this data set with Dicom files from CBCT.

 

 

2. Revision and Complex restorative cases: Biologics of Regeneration and dynamic guided surgery and guided prosthetics

 

·         The use of dental implants to restore function and aesthetics following the loss of teeth has been well documented.  As high implant survival and success rates have been reported, the aesthetic outcome has become the main focus of interest in aesthetically sensitive areas.

 

·         The prosthetic reconstruction should imitate the appearance of the natural teeth. From a private practice perspective, we will discuss the use of small and large volume regeneration in restoring the site prior to implant placement.

 

·         From orthodontic tissue engineering, to the use of biologics such as stem cells in regenerating lost bone and soft tissue. The ultimate goal is to achieve long term, predictable outcomes of implant reconstructions.

 

  

 

3. Digital Implant Dentistry Part 2: Restorative Options - "Digital Islands"

 

·         Digital implant dentistry is consistent quality from diagnosis and design to delivery for optimal health, function, and aesthetics.

 

·         Clinical cases will illustrate a stepwise approach, utilizing both digital and analog technology.

 

·         The "digital work flow" for restorative dentists will demonstrate the scanning of abutments and (CAD/CAM) precision milling to provide ideal abutment height, margins, contours, and emergence profile to meet the needs of the individual patient.

 

·         Complications and challenges will be discussed.

 

 

 

4. Aesthetic Integration 2019: Abutment Selection & the Impact on Case Success

 

·         The purpose of this presentation is to discuss advancements in machined abutment design: pre-contoured versus CAD/CAM, metal versus ceramic abutments.

 

·         Decision criteria will be formulated in order to choose between all ceramic abutments and crowns, as well as titanium, gold abutments, and  ceramo-metal crowns.

 

·         The clinician will have a better understanding of abutment selections to achieve the ultimate aesthetic integration.

 

 

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BIO:   (click for CV)

Dr. Progebin is in private practice in Advanced Restorative Dentistry and Implant Prosthodontics in Washington, D.C.  He has lectured extensively to both domestic and international audiences. He began his training at the University of Maryland Dental School receiving his DDS degree. He then completed his general practice residency program at Booth Memorial hospital in New York. He received a certificate in post graduate prosthodontic training at the New York University College of Dentistry. He is a member of the Academy of Osseointegration and  the American College of Prosthodontics. Dr. Progebin is presently a Fellow of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, the International College of Dentists, and the American College of Dentists.   www.dcprosthodontist.com

 

 

 

AGD Codes:  690    -    12 CE Hours
                       780    -      4 CE Hours

    

 

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