An In Depth Look at Telescopic Implant Solutions-NYC

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An In Depth Look at Telescopic Implant Solutions-NYC

995.00

 December 2nd & 3rd, 2017 from 8am-5pm

 CE : 16 credit hours approved through NBC for Dentists and CDT's

 

Take a journey through the history of telescopic solutions from their beginnings in Europe, through the years to their contemporary use in implant dentistry. Understand why Telescopic Implant Solutions are solving many of the issues in implant dentistry today. Every step of the Deutsch Removable Bridge ZR® protocol will be demonstrated live, taking a maxillary implant case from start to completion. At each step attention will be drawn back to how each technical step impacts the clinical aspect, and why these steps are so important in the restorative prosthetic outcome for the patient.

 

 

 Breakfast & Lunch will be provided both Saturday and Sunday

 

Please note: Attendees are not required to bring any materials for this course

 

 

 COURSE SCHEDULE:

Saturday

8am-11am  Digital Presentation..."An In Depth Look at Telescopic Implant Solutions"  Clinical and Technical Protocols

11am-12pm Digital Design of Primary Telescopic Abutments

12pm-1pm                                   Lunch Break

1pm-2pm   Hand Milling of Primary Telescopes & Galvano Prep Demo

2pm-5pm  Electroforming Process Demo and Q&A     

 

Sunday    

8am-9am     Divesting Galvano Secondary Telescopes

9am-10am   Digital Design of Tertiary Structures and Materials Options

10am-11am   Preparation of Tertiary Structure with Clinical Protocols

11am-12pm Opaquing of the Tertiary Structure

12pm-1pm                                      Lunch Break

1pm-2pm      Processing Duplicate Fabrication and Waxing Demo

2pm-4pm     Processing Telescopic Implant Prosthesis Demo and Q&A

4pm-5pm     Course Certification and Photo

 

 

 

 This course is good for 16 CE credit hours for Dentists and CDT's.

 

 

 

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Location: W Veneer Center NYC, 605 Fifth Avenue, 6FL, New York, NY 10017

 

This course is approved for 16 CE credits

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