You Can Place Implants in Healthy Patients with Good Bone!

" Representing Ohio General Dentists "

You Can Place Implants in Healthy Patients with Good Bone!

Speaker: Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

implant placementOver 90% of the adult patients you have in your practice have lost at least one tooth, and you have 100 to 300 edentulous patients you are serving. Are you educating them about the availability of implants? Would you like to place implants in some of them while still referring others to your colleagues? Included in this presentation are the techniques, materials, and devices necessary to place free hand or guided implants in the following clinical situations:

  • Single missing tooth
  • Multiple missing teeth requiring implants for fixed restorations
  • Multiple missing teeth requiring implants for removable partial dentures
  • Edentulism requiring implant supported complete dentures
  • Edentulism requiring implant supported fixed dentures

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the instruments necessary for implant placement
  2. Describe the supplies necessary for implant placement
  3. List and describe the steps for root form implant placement
  4. Decide which implant placement techniques you want to implement in to your practice
  5. Place implants in your practice