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Category Implants - Red CE

  • Replacing Two Mandibular Incisors With One Implant: A Commentary (#224)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    This commentary addresses replacing 2 mandibular incisors with one implant to support 2 crowns. Two techniques are compared: cantilevered pontic vs 2 crowns geminating off the implant. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

  • Immediate Loading of Short Dental Implants: A Case Report (#212)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Eduardo Anitua, DDS, MD, PhD, discusses the predictability of immediate loading of short implants, and presents a clinical case involving the restoration of a missing tooth with a single-unit short implant with immediate loading and a 9-year follow up. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

  • Single-Unit Cement-Retained Implant Restorations (#210)

    by admin 0 Lessons in $40.00

    Todd R. Schoenbaum, DDS; Richard G. Stevenson, DDS; and Alireza Moshaverinia, DDS, MS, PhD, discuss single-unit cement-retained implant crowns, the evidence justifying their use, and protocols and techniques that minimize complications. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

  • Management of a Nontreatable Mandibular Anterior Tooth (#203)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Ahmad Soolari, DMD, MS, and Amin Soolari, BS, CDRT, describes the management of a severe bony defect following removal of a nontreatable mandibular anterior tooth and placement of a dental implant to re-establish function, aesthetics, and speech. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the individual will learn: (1) interdisciplinary management of a severe bony defect in the anterior mandible, and 2) specific treatment to re-establish function, aesthetics and speech after removal of a nontreatable mandibular anterior tooth.

  • Multidisciplinary Management of Oligodontia in the Adolescent (#200)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    David Forlano, DDS, and Kristen Forlano discuss the genetic condition of oligodontia and present a clinical case describing the 5-year multidisciplinary treatment of a 12-year-old patient who presented with this condition. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the individual will learn: (1) the definition, prevalence, etiology, and system connection of oligodontia, and (2) a multidisciplinary treatment approach for an adolescent patient with oligodontia.

  • The Single-Stage Implant Procedure: Science or Convenience? (#195)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Dale R. Rosenbach, DMD, MS, addresses the question of whether there is a strong clinical rationale for immediate implant abutment placement. The risks and benefits of delayed implant abutment placement versus immediate abutment placement are reviewed. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the individual will learn: (1) if there is a strong clinical rationale for immediate implant abutment placement (IAP), and (2) the risks and benefits of delayed implant abutment placement versus IAP.

  • MAC and ZAC (#177):

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    E. Dwayne Karateew, DDS, discusses 2 clinical protocols that are designed to enhance the predictability of dental implant aesthetics in the anterior aesthetic zone. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: The complications in achieving predictable implant aesthetics in the anterior aesthetic zone. The 2 clinical protocols for enhancing the predictability of dental implant aesthetics in the anterior aesthetic zone.

  • The Role of Cements in Dental Implant Success, Part 2 (#162)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Chandur P. K. Wadhwani, BDS, MSD, and Kwok-Hung (Albert) Chung, DDS, MS, PhD, provide an overview of how cement flows within an implant abutment crown system and how this may be altered to reduce the possibility of peri-implant disease. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: The fluid mechanics and flow involved with implant luting cements so that flow can be manipulated and controlled effectively, and How the abutment can be used as a repository for excess cement to reduce the amount extruded out through the restorative margin.

  • Immediate Dental Implant Placement: Technique, Part 1 (#169)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Gary Greenstein, DDS, MS, and John Cavallaro, DDS, address issues relevant to immediate dental implant placement in Type 1 extraction sockets. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: Indications and contraindications for immediate implant placement. Practical suggestions for immediate implant placement.

  • Immediate Dental Implant Placement: Technique, Part 2 (#170)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    John Cavallaro, DDS, and Gary Greenstein, DDS, MS, provide practical clinical information for positioning immediate implants in different sections of the mouth, with a focus on Type I extraction sockets. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: Indications and contraindications for immediate implant placement. Technique variations that are employed when placing immediate implants in different areas of the mouth.

  • The Role of Cements in Dental Implant Success, Part 1 (#160)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Chandur P. K. Wadhwani, BDS, MSD, and E. Ricardo Schwedhelm, DDS, MSD, in the first of a 2-part series, discuss cement selection criteria for implant restorations as well as how to control and prevent residual excess cement that may contribute to implant failure. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

  • Managing the Buccal Gap and Plate of Bone: Immediate Dental Implant Placement (#159)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Gary Greenstein, DDS, MS, and John Cavallaro, DDS, evaluate available information regarding clinical management of the buccal gap when placing immediate implants. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

  • Extraction Socket Preservation Prior to Implant Placement (#184)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $80.00

    George A. Mandelaris, DDS, MS, and Mei Lu, DDS, MSD, PhD, present case reports demonstrating use of a demineralized bone matrix material in conjunction with a bioresorbable membrane for extraction socket preservation prior to placement of implants. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 4 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: Histologic, clinical, radiographic, and histomorphometric assessments regarding the efficacy of a demineralized bone matrix material and a bioresorbable membrane for extraction socket preservation. A clinical technique and materials for socket preservation prior to implant placement.

  • Zygomatic Implant Options for the Atrophic Maxilla: Case Report (#186)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Germana de Villa Camargos, DDS; C?lio Jesus do Prado, DDS, MSc, PhD; Paulo Abdalla Saad, DDS, MSc, PhD; and Darceny Zanetta-Barbosa, DDS, MSc, PhD; discuss the use of zygomatic implants in treating the atrophic maxilla. A case report is presented in which an atrophic maxilla was treated with a fixed prosthesis supported by a combination of zygomatic and conventional implants, using 2 distinct surgical techniques. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: The outcome of rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla using zygomatic implants,. Intrasinus and extrasinus surgical techniques for placing zygomatic implants in the atrophic maxilla.