Provide a great service to your patient by guiding the esthetic and functional outcomes and creating long term clinical success.
Implant dentistry has been in demand and a great solution for single and full-arch tooth replacement. Technology has made placement and restoration more efficient but yet we all don’t have access to some of these tools. With some back to basics principles in provisional fabrication you can provide a great service to your patient by guiding the esthetic and functional outcomes and creating long term clinical success. Understanding the contour requirements, placement needs and aspect of an ideal implant provisional as well as managing the patients’ expectations will allow for long term success.
- Recall how to create ideal contours and occlusion for an immediate implant provisional.
- Gain the confidence to fabricate a provisional the day of surgery for both a single tooth and full-arch arch follow a few simple steps.
- Discuss how to be prepared for when surgery doesn’t go as planned that you can still give the patient an esthetic and functional result.
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