Prosthodontically-driven Implant Treatment
Course date: Call for dates
Duration: 1 day
Location: At your location.
Participants: (Minimum 6, No Maximum)
CE: 8 hours
Predictably excellent function and esthetics of implant prostheses are obtained when the final prosthesis goals are clearly defined prior to implant surgical treatment. To minimize the frequency of severity of many complications, we must avoid having implants surgically placed and later determining the prosthesis design based on post-surgical implant position. This presentation is aimed at explaining the interrelationship of implant-supported prosthesis design requirements to implant surgical placement requirements for achieving excellence in long-term function and esthetics.
Upon completion of this presentation, attendees should be able to answer the following questions:
- How do we make an implant crown look like a natural tooth growing out of gingiva?
- How do we know how many dental implants we need?
- How do we design implant occlusion?
- Where do the clinical crowns to teeth belong in the edentulous space and how does that requirement relate to prosthesis design, bone resorption pattern, bone grafting requirements, and vertical/horizontal implant surgical placement requirements?
- What are my prosthesis design options for the completely edentulous or partially edentulous patients?
- What are the relative risks and benefits of screw-retained versus cement-retained implant-supported prostheses?
- How does bone remodeling after extraction affect implant surgical placement position and prosthesis design?
- How can we predict and prosthetically compensate for insufficient vertical gingival volume in the esthetic zone?
- What are the vertical space requirements for each type of implant prosthesis design?
- What do patients need to know about how implant prostheses are different from natural teeth?
Faculty — Alan H. Brodine, DMD
Dr. Alan Brodine is a Board Certified Prosthodontist and has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics since 1991.
He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester and teaches in the Prosthodontic Residency training programs at:
- University of Rochester
- University of Texas
- University of Tennessee
- U.S. Air Force
- U.S. Navy
Dr. Brodine is:
- A Fellow in the American College of Prosthodontists
- A Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry
- A Fellow in the American College of Dentists
- A Fellow in the Pierre Fauchard Academy
- Past-President of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry
Dr. Brodine has made more than 100 invited presentations at national and international venues and has authored numerous papers in major Prosthodontic journals.
Dr. Brodine has maintained a private practice Limited to Prosthodontics in Rochester, N.Y., since 1988. He spends 80% of his time in private practice and 20% of his time teaching.
In addition, Dr. Brodine formed Brodine Prosthodontic Seminars in 2003 to help Dentists master specific Prosthodontic and Dental Implant skills.
Refunds and Cancellations
All seminars are refundable up to 15 days prior to the seminar date, less a $100 processing fee, unless the participant has received the seminar notebook and DVDs by mail for prior course study in which case the seminar fee is not refundable.
Cancellations 15 days or less prior to the seminar date, fees are refunded at 50%. For cancellations 7 days or less prior to the seminar date, 100% of fees are forfeited. Fees paid may be transferred to a future available seminar within 12 months, one time only per participant. Dr. Brodine reserves the right to cancel or reschedule seminars with advance notification to the participants. In such event, seminar fees will be refunded in full, or transferred to a future date at the participant’s discretion. Submission of a registration form serves as acknowledgement and understanding of this policy by the registrant.