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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Implant Esthetic Implant Esthetic

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Kenneth K. S. Lee, DDS
Sergio Rubinstein, DDS


Date Added:
11/07/2007

Course Description:

Implants pose a multitude of esthetic problems, 2 expert clinicians delve into clinical solutions to different issues in implant dentistry. Learn how to diagnose, plan, and execute in complex scenarios.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to manage endodontic lesions that may influence implant therapy.
  • Learn when and how to utilize orthodontic forced eruption of a hopeless tooth to enhance the soft and hard tissue of the potential implant receptor site prior to extraction and implant placement.
  • Learn to utilize the provisional restoration to shape and esthetically enhance the peri-implant soft tissue profile.
  • Understand the role of value, hue and chroma on shade selection in restorative dentistry.
  • Learn to communicate shade selection, shape and texture with the laboratory technician utilizing clinical photographs.
  • Understand the role of adequate occlusal clearance on the development of a functional occlusal scheme.

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Cross Disciplinary Approach to an Esthetic Dilemma
The final restoration shows restorative of the patient’s esthetic compromise, but she prefers her original state with black triangular interdental spaces. Dr. Lee’s comprehension facilitated a change in the final ceramic restorative and accounts for the patients subjective needs. Real communication with compatibility is the key to successful ethics even beyond the techniques.
2 The Ultimate Restoration
Achieving the desired esthetics, occlusion and periodontal health for the patient.
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