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W16: Guided "All-On-X" - The Next Generation: A Hands-On Workshop

Hands-On Workshop

CEs: 6

Daniel Llop, CDT


  • Graduate of University of Toronto with her doctorate in dental surgery and of University of Michighan, Ann Arbor in prosthodontics
  • Fellow, Royal College of Dentists of Canada 
  • Diplomate, American Board of Oral Implantology, and American Board of Prosthodontics

    Daniel Llop, CDT
  •  Founder and President, nSequence Center Advanced Dentistry
  • Faculty, Pikos Institute in Florida and PermaDontics in Southern California
  • Graduate, Institute of Dental Technology

The goal of implant dentistry is to provide esthetic and functional replacements for missing teeth on a long-term basis. The overall excellence and fit of an immediate fixed full arch implant restoration is dependent upon the precision and accuracy of each and every step in both the surgical and prosthetic phases. In today's digital world, innovative technology such as Interactive Computed Tomography (ICT), Digital, and Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) have been developed to better guide us along this path. They pave the way for us to diagnose, treatment plan, and create functional esthetic restorations for our patients in a more efficient and predictable manner. This program will address current concepts, research, and advances in digital treatment planning, digitally guided surgery and immediate CAD/CAM restorations. Guided Surgery, and now Guided Prosthetics protocol will be illustrated for full-arch reconstructions. It is the synergy of all of these digital developments that allow us to simplify the process and increase predictability in delivering overall patient satisfaction. A step-by-step hands-on workshop detailing the surgical and the prosthetic steps for an immediate fixed full-arch implant restoration is included in this comprehensive program.

Learning Objectives:

At completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 

  1. Understand the diagnosis, treatment planning and records needed for an immediate full-arch implant reconstruction case
  2. Realize the benefits of using virtual wax ups and other new methods to create a streamline and predictable workflow
  3. Identify the prosthetic steps including immediate prosthetic pick up as well as steps in creating, the final full-arch restoration
  4. Apply an appropriate post-operative and maintenance regimen for cases with a full arch immediate prosthesis

AGD Subject Code: 696

FEE: $398 ($438 after 9/12/17)


Topics: Natalie Wong, DDS, FAAID, ABOI/ID, Daniel Llop, CDT, Full-arch, digital, CAD/CAM, Interactive Computed Tomography