Immediately loaded implants with screw-retained hybrid restorations in edentulous patients- part I
For a successful osseointegration of an implant the clinician should know about the biological principles of implant healing. In this module, Dr. Jeff Ganeles illustrates the process of osseointegration and addresses different loading protocols. Immediate implant loading is a successful treatment option, when the clinician performs the right treatment planning. One general factor for implant success is adequate primary implant stability. In situations with anatomical limitations this can be achieved by tilting of the implants. An overview of the evidence about tilted implants is given, as well as the concept of the placement of 4 implants as support for hybrid restorations. In addition, different selection criteria for the choice of suitable patients for a hybrid restoration are being described.
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Total lectures time: 1 h 1 minutes
Assessment time: 27 minutes
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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After completing this module you should be able to:
familiar with recent definitions of loading protocols
about the biological principles of osseointegration
the requirements for successful immediate loading
- Learn important
facts about tilted implants
the patient selection criteria for hybrid restorations
- Understand anatomical and restorative needs for hybrid restorations
This content has been reviewed by March 2016.
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