How to achieve Optimal Aesthetics with Implant Restorations, through proper Planning and Advances in CAD/CAM Restorations
This course is designed for restorative doctors who are looking to take the next step in anterior implants and esthetics. In order to achieve optimal esthetic and functional outcomes with a single tooth implant, a thorough evaluation of the occlusion, hard and soft tissue is essential. Proper clinical diagnosis as well as good laboratory support are essential to ensure long-term predictable outcomes for patients. Dr Hornbrook will concentrate on the techniques and materials required to perform excellent esthetic implant restorations in the everyday practice.
- Review the elements of a successful anterior case
- Treatment planning and esthetic assessment
- Discuss the rationale for cement vs screw-retained restorations
- Explore the versatility of customized CAD/CAM prosthetics with NobelProcera®
- Provisionalization techniques to contour soft tissue
- IPA and immediate esthetics
- Immediate Loading and Introduction to All on One
Seating Limited to 30 Attendees
Registration info: 800-579-6515 or firstname.lastname@example.org Course #182459
REGISTER NOW for only $49
Mar 22, 2018
Registration: 5:30PM Presentation: 6PM-9PM
Roseman University South Jordan, UT
Dinner is provided
David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FASDA, a gifted clinician and product researcher turned mentor, guides meeting participants to the realization that they, too, possess the ability to practice aesthetic dentistry at the very highest level. He is one of dentistry’s most famous faces and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education, as the founder and past director of LVI, Pac-live and the Hornbrook Group. He has been a guest faculty member of the post-graduate programs in Cosmetic Dentistry at Baylor, Tufts, SUNY at Buffalo, UMKC, and the UCLA Center of Cosmetic Dentistry, and is currently the Director of Education and Technology with Utah Valley Dental Lab.
Dr. McRae, DMD FIADI, has a passion for incorporating cosmetic dentistry along with dental implantology. He began as an instructor and mentor for the Hornbrook group in 2005. Dr. McRae has been a sought after instructor at numerous dental schools and teaching institutions across the nation. Through his clinical excellence and further education, Dr. McRae is the current president of the International Academy of Dental Implantology. The strive for perfection has given Dr. McRae the opportunity to practice his passion around the world. Dr. McRae is a graduate of Oregon Health Science University School of Dentistry. He has a successful dental practice and dental implant center in Meridian, Idaho.