Replacing and Regenerating Maxillofacial Tissues
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Patients referred for dental implants often have significant ridge deficiencies, malposed interarch relationships and compromised sites. This presentation will review approaches and techniques to restore and regenerate tissues to optimize function, stability and the esthetic outcome.
At the completion of the presentation the attendee will be able to:
- Employ sound surgical principles for treatment planning in edentulous and partly dentate patients.
- Identify ridges and anatomic situations where bone grafting or regeneration is indicated, then proceed with an appropriate procedure to achieve successful augmentation.
- Utilize various surgical guides and adjunctive measures to accurately place implants in an optimal position for the restoring dental colleague.
- Place dental implants in challenging situations that ultimately will benefit the patient’s function.