Prosthetic Sequencing for Esthetic Implant Dentistry – Simple to Complex Rehabilitation


Course Price:

*Discounted fee based upon purchase of vacation package. If purchased separately, please add $400 to the above fees.


Dental implant restorations have been simplified with digital technology; however, the limitations and interfaces create less-than-optimal outcomes.  This course is designed for general practitioners who wish to create life-like achievable esthetics for their implant restorations.  A comparative analysis of analog and digital workflow will help the clinician in choosing the appropriate methodology to incorporate for the various cases that present unique challenges.  How to avoid color mismatch, prevent misfits, create ideal emergence profiles, choose the right prosthetic materials, design optimal occlusion, and establish a healthy peri-implant interface.


Course Content

This course is meant for restorative dentists who routinely do implant restorations and are looking for excellence in Esthetics with their implant prosthesis. The advent of digital work-flow with its disruptive innovation has left several voids in the understanding of the sequencing of prosthetic dentistry.  Practitioners now have a choice of using conventional impression, scan bodies and even scannable healing abutments.  Which method is preferred, and which technique is going to give the best outcome and what communication should be relayed to the laboratories sometimes are a challenge. The presentation will review the prosthetic sequencing of immediate loading of a single tooth to complex full arch restorations with esthetic end in mind.


Attendees will be able to create ideal soft tissue emergence, correct malpositioned implants with simple solutions and prescribe the right kind of prosthesis for each case through a rational planning with algorithms.  Questions like when to do screw retained vs cement retained will be elaborated.

Learning Objectives

The participants will be able to accomplish the following:

  1. To learn the basic principles of prosthodontics and be able to apply to implant prosthodontics
  2. To efficiently sequence multiple implant restorations to full arch prosthesis
  3. Distinguish the various digital workflow with scan bodies and photogrammetry.
  4. Understand occlusal principles in the digital world and work with virtual articulators
  5. Select ideal abutments that will be customized and be able to differentiate the use of Ti base abutments and custom abutments to get ideal emergence profiles
  6. Understand the application of biomaterials for various clinical situations and choose from the range of zirconia, pfm, emax and polymers as restorative materials.


– Clinical Asst. Professor, Depts of Restorative Dent. and Periodontics, Rutgers Univ. SDM
– Past President, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
– Editorial Board, Journal of Oral Implantology
– Course Director, AAID, Maxicourse® Asia – Abu Dhabi, India & Egypt
– Private Practice limited to Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry, New Jersey
– President, Smile USA, Center for Educational Excellence, NJ
– Fellow, Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontists
– Fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
– Scientific Chair, AAID Annual Meeting 2019, Las Vegas
– Co-Director, AAID – Implant Maxicourses in Las Vegas and New Jersey
– Consultant – Maxicourse Iran
– Faculty Maxicourses – Loma Linda University, Toronto, Oregon, and Korea
– Former Clinical Asst. Professor – NYU College of Dentistry – PG Prosthodontics
– Lectured and conducted courses in Implants and Fixed Prosthodontics in over 30 countries
– Past President, NE District American Academy of Implant Dentistry

690 Implants
780 Esthetics / Cosmetic Dentistry


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