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Implant re-rehabilitation: The operative sequences for a successful outcome

Time: Jun 22, 2024 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Speaker: Nadim Z. Baba

Implant treatment is known to be safe with high clinical success. However, after several years of service, prosthodontic complications and/or failures do occur. Clinicians must be acquainted and competent in handling the complications or failures that may present to their private practice. Complications can range from prosthetic problems deriving from prosthesis related complications, component fractures and many others. This presentation will discuss the fundamentals required to accomplish a functional and esthetic outcome: understanding the patient’s needs, treatment planning, team collaboration, use of digital technology, and the selection of appropriate restorative material to achieve a predictable and successful re-rehabilitation.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Review relevant scientific principles and clinical procedures required to create an ideal esthetic and functional treatment plan
  2. Highlight the interdisciplinary approach to treatment planning these failing cases with the use of digital technology
  3. Discuss materials available for the clinician to improve functional outcomes and meet patient expectations