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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Partial Extraction Therapy and Immediate Loading in Clinical Practice: Synergy for Success Partial Extraction Therapy and Immediate Loading in Clinical Practice: Synergy for Success

Continuing Education Credits:
1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU)

Course Presenter(s):
Ehab Moussa, DDS


Date Added:
06/28/2018

Course Description:

Partial extraction therapy techniques have revolutionized the world of implant dentistry. As clinicians, we now view every implant case, whether be a single unit or full arch, with a new perspective. Esthetic outcomes, tissue preservation, and treatment predictability are now a reality more than ever. The practice of immediate loading has been well documented in the literature as a predictable procedure. Benefits of this technique include: increased patient treatment acceptance, facilitation of the temporization process, and preservation of natural soft tissue contours. This presentation will focus on the application of PET techniques and immediate loading in daily practice. A brief introduction will be presented outlining the concepts, and the benefits in combining both techniques. This will be followed with a review of clinical cases ranging from single unit to full arch implant rehabilitations. Lastly, recommendations will be presented to the viewer in order to facilitate incorporation of these techniques into clinical practice.

Learning Objectives:

  • -Understand the concept Partial Extraction Therapy and benefits in clinical practice
  • -Learn the basic steps of PET techniques
  • -Develop an understanding of immediate loading/provisionalization techniques in single and full arch cases

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Partial Extraction Therapy and Immediate Loading in Clinical Practice: Synergy for Success
This presentation will focus on the application of PET techniques and immediate loading in daily practice. A brief introduction will be presented outlining the concepts, and the benefits in combining both techniques. This will be followed with a review of clinical cases ranging from single unit to full arch implant rehabilitations. Lastly, recommendations will be presented to the viewer in order to facilitate incorporation of these techniques into clinical practice.
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