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Online Dental Continuing Education (CE) Course

A Treatment For The Prevention of Mandible Edentulism: All On Four For The Mandible A Treatment For The Prevention of Mandible Edentulism: All On Four For The Mandible

Continuing Education Credits:

1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):

George V. Duello, DDS, MS

Date Added:

10/02/2013

Course Description:

Mandibular edentulous patients can be some of the most difficult prosthetic patients to treat successfully. Tongue and vestibular movements during function can dislodge the denture, arch forms may demonstrate poor anterior/posterior spreads, and severe resorption of the mandible can lead to mental nerve involvements with unstable denture bases for effective chewing patterns. Fixed dental prosthesis stabilized by osseointerated implants are an effective treatment option for patients who have lost their mandibular teeth. Treatment options for the mandibular arch range from two implants and an overdenture to multiple implants with full arch fixed style prosthesis. This webinar will focus specifically on the diagnostic, surgical, and prosthetic procedures utilizing four implants and a screw retained fixed prosthesis in the mandible, the All On Four technique. In this webinar, Dr. Duello will build upon the material provided in previous presentations on DentalXP with detailed guidance on clinical procedures for the All On Four in the mandible.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 A Treatment For The Prevention of Mandibular Edentulism: All On Four For The Mandible
Mandibular edentulous patients can be some of the most difficult prosthetic patients to treat successfully. Tongue and vestibular movements during function can dislodge the denture, arch forms may demonstrate poor anterior/posterior spreads, and severe resorption of the mandible can lead to mental nerve involvements with unstable denture bases for effective chewing patterns. Fixed dental prosthesis stabilized by osseointerated implants are an effective treatment option for patients who have lost their mandibular teeth. Treatment options for the mandibular arch range from two implants and an overdenture to multiple implants with full arch fixed style prosthesis. This webinar will focus specifically on the diagnostic, surgical, and prosthetic procedures utilizing four implants and a screw retained fixed prosthesis in the mandible, the All On Four technique. In this webinar, Dr. Duello will build upon the material provided in previous presentations on DentalXP with detailed guidance on clinical procedures for the All On Four in the mandible.
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