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How to avoid Complications in Oral Implantology - Myth and Facts about Designs, Type of Connections and Materials from the Clinician’s Point of View
Anterior and posterior implants imply many different challenges, which will be addressed in this presentation.
Most implants today are placed in the posterior region in favor to replace missing single or multiple teeth. In contrast to the anterior zone, the challenge to avoid aesthetic complications is reduced, however it is greater to avoid technical, functional and biological and complications in an area, where more critical anatomical structures need to be respected, and where the access both for the clinician and the patient may be limited, and where higher mechanical loads need to be expected.

This presentation will highlight the following topics:
-specific failure and complication rates and their causes
-analysis and recommendations for implant and abutment designs and materials
-analysis of current types of connections and clinical recommendations: smart design versus traditional school
-original versus compatible implant components
-cemented versus screw retained reconstructions: problems, solutions and recommendations
-short and small diameter implants: benefits versus risks
-splinting or single restorations: facts and clinics

All these considerations will be discussed and illustrated by numerous clinical cases.

May 8, 2021 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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