Transitional restorations at implant sites

Author Daniel Thoma

In this module Dr. Thoma focuses on transitional restorations at implant sites. In the first lesson the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of removable, fixed tooth-supported as well as implant-supported provisional restorations are addressed. The second lesson concentrates on implant-borne transitional restorations. The most important clinical steps required to create an adequate emergence profile in the esthetic zone are explained and illustrated with clinical cases.

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Transitional restorations at implant sites
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Transitional restorations - Part INo image foundvideo

Transitional restorations - Part I

Author Daniel Thoma
12 minutes
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Transitional restorations Part II

Author Daniel Thoma
12 minutes
Exams

To earn CE credits a lecture has to be watched completely and the referring exam needs to be passed. An exam is passed if at least 70% of all answers are correct.

After achievement a personal certificate is issued. It is valid 1 year. The certificate is anytime retrievable in the „My certificates“ area on Dental Campus.

The exam can be repeated twice. Each re-examination can be taken after anytime.

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Learning objectives

Learning objectives

After completing this module you should be able to:

  • Explain the definition of a transitional restoration and its purpose
  • List the different options of transitional restorations at implant sites
  • Discuss the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of the variable options
  • Understand the term emergence profile
  • Know the necessary clinical steps to create an appropriate emergence profile at an implant site in the esthetic zone


This content has been reviewed by March 2016.


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