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W1: Full-Arch Guided Surgical Denture Conversion to a Fixed Prosthesis Technique

Hands-On Workshop

CEs: 3

Bart Silverman, DMD

  • Clinical Associate Professor, New York Medical College
  • Faculty, Touro Dental School and NYU Post Grad Continuing Education Dental Implant Program
  • Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Private Practice, New City, New York

Almost one-half of adults in the United States have missing teeth and approximately 37 million are edentulous. These numbers are expected to grow to 37.8 million by 2020. Placing four to six implants and immediate loading with a fixed denture is a very rewarding procedure that can be performed in any dental office. A step-by-step technique will be discussed from treatment planning, workup, surgical-guided fabrication, implant placement, characteristics needed for immediate-load and immediate-denture conversion.

Lesson Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the recent advances of all-on-four to six implant technology
  2. Treatment plan a fully edentulous maxilla and mandible or partially edentulous patient with a failing dentition
  3. Incorporate CBCT technology into 3D implant treatment planning and guide fabrication and production
  4.   Discuss the complete denture conversion process
  5.  Achieve more predictable results regarding esthetics, function and cost on future implant cases through Full-Arch Guided Surgical Denture Conversion to a Fixed Prosthesis Technique

AGD Subject Code: 610

FEE: $199 ($219 after 9/12/17)

Limited to 30 participants 


Topics: Bart Silverman, denture conversion, fixed prosthesis, Full-arch, Hands-on Workshop