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What to do and to avoid during Diagnostic for Implants

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Dr. Schulze is a member of numerous national & international dental, surgical & radiological societies. He is the author of more than 100 scientific publications and he is a member of the editorial board of Quintessence magazine.

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Image guided implantology

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The new digital technology applied to daily dentistry allows simpler, faster and more predictable results. The webinars shows this new opportunities and several clinical applications. The planning method allows a data sharing for multiprofessional tasking and a shorter and comfortable learning curve period ...

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Clinical Cases Part III

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This webinar includes cases which demonstrate how occlusal management plays an important factor in the cases you see every day. You will also learn how the use of the T-Scan can enhance your ability to efficiently interpret paper marks, improve your clinical results, and reduce remakes.

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Immediate loading: Is it possible to be simpler?

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The use of narrow diameter implants is growing around the world. Patients' demands requesting immediate results are rising. Also, avoiding extensive surgeries is a public demand. Lots of practitioners lack both trust and information regarding narrow diameter implants. This presentation will show some easy ...

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AImmediate Implant Provisionalization in the Esthetic Zone

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The restoration of missing teeth with implants is a well-established treatment method if unloaded healing of the implants for 3 to 6 months is allowed. A modified protocol with early or immediate loading has been tested to satisfy the demand of more rapid treatment and to reduce discomfort of wearing remov ...

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Implantation is successful, what's next?

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Making significant stress on the surgical part of implantology led practicing dentist to the plethora of misunderstanding and lack of knowledge of the restorative part of dental implantology. Successful treatment often require meticulous planing of every clinical step in order to achieve long lasting both ...

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Which advantages does 3D-implant-planning have for the team of dental technician and dentist?

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Recently many preoperative planning methods are developped based on 3D imaging. With the help of these procedures it is possible to asses more accurately surgical difficulties as well as prosthetic outcome. This allows surgeons to locate implant sites, simulatation of implant placement. Furthermore the pro ...

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The management of narrow spaces in aesthetic area. Clinical and prosthetical implications.

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The implant rehabilitation in an aesthetic area always represents a big challenge for the dentist. The respect of precise parameters during implant positioning is mandatory to achieve an adequate aesthetical outcome of the therapy. Sometimes, especially in those cases where the space available for implant ...

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Is there enough evidence for endorsing the use of short dental implants?

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There is growing evidence that placement of short (less than 10 mm) implants can be successful in the partially edentulous patient. Short implants simplify treatment in the posterior resorbed maxilla and mandible and reduce the number of situations where adjunctive therapy is required. However, the use of ...

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