Clinical Complications with Dental Implants - On Demand

Clinical Complications with Dental Implants Seminar (CCD2)

Short Course: 8 ADA CERP/AGD PACE Credits (PRD 5/25/18, EXP 5/24/21); for CE/CPD (Code 690) or 10 for California Board of Dental Examiners (CBDE) for CD/CPD Credits

Courses are appropriate for:  General Dentists, Oral Surgeons, Endodontists, Geriatric Dental Specialists, Dental Implant Surgeons, Prosthodontists, Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists

Clinical Complications with Dental Implants, Series 2 (CCD2)  Topics Include: Causes of Surgical Complications, Effect of a Knowledge of Anatomy on Implant Complications, Factors that Cause Increased Implant Loss, Soft Tissue Complications, Implant Placement, and more.
 
To view topic outline of the full or short course, select the Course Type (Short) below:
Short Course:
CCD2-H
Short Course Price:
$200
Format:
Available in Video format.
Only Available Option: Short Course/Part A

Topics

Causes of Surgical Complications Effect of a Knowledge of Anatomy on Implant Complications Prevent or Minimize Complications Implant Loss Rates

Know the causes of surgical complications; Understand the effect of a knowledge of anatomy on implant complications; Prevent or minimize complications by applying the knowledge gained from this presentation; and Know the implant loss rates associated with each type of implant treatment.

Factors that Cause Increased Implant Loss Minimizing the Incidence of Implant Loss Soft Tissue Complications

Identify the factors that cause increased implant loss; Describe methods of minimizing the incidence of implant loss; and Identify the types of soft tissue complications that occur with dental implants.

Factors that Prevent or Minimize Soft Tissue Complications Retain Interdental Papillae Common Mechanical Complications Factors that Create Overloading of Implants and Prostheses

Identify the factors that can prevent or minimize soft tissue complications;Describe how to retain interdental papillae as well as mucosal form and position; Identify the most common mechanical complications associated with dental implants; and Understand the factors that create overloading of implants and prostheses.

Implant Placement Design Crowns and Prostheses with Non-Ideal Positions

Understand the importance of implant placement in minimizing complications and Know how to design crowns and protheses when the impation positions are not ideal.

Effect of a Knowledge of Anatomy on Implant Complications

Understand the effect of a knowledge of anatomy on implant complications.

Prevent or Minimize Complications

Prevent or minimize complications by applying the knowledge gained from this presentation.

Implant Loss Rates

Know the implant loss rates associated with each type of implant treatment.

Minimizing the Incidence of Implant Loss

Describe methods of minimizing the incidence of implant loss.

Soft Tissue Complications

Identify the types of soft tissue complications that occur with dental implants.

Retain Interdental Papillae

Describe how to retain interdental papillae as well as mucosal form and position.

Common Mechanical Complications

Identify the most common mechanical complications associated with dental implants.

Factors that Create Overloading of Implants and Prostheses

Understand the factors that create overloading of implants and prostheses.

Course Objectives

Part 1: Surgical Complications with Dental Implants

  • Know the causes of surgical complications
  • Understand the effect of a knowledge of anatomy on implant complications
  • Prevent or minimize complications by applying the knowledge gained from this presentation

Part 2:  Factors Affecting Implant Loss

  • Know the implant loss rates associated with each type of implant treatment
  • Identify the factors that cause increased implant loss
  • Describe methods of minimizing the incidence of implant loss

Part 3: Soft Tissue and Esthetic Complications with Dental Implants

  • Identify the types of soft tissue complications that occur with dental implants
  • Identify the factors that can prevent or minimize soft tissue complications
  • Describe how to retain interdental papillae as well as mucosal form and position

Part 4: Mechanical Complications with Dental Implants

  • Identify the most common mechanical complications associated with dental implants
  • Understand the factors that create overloading of implants and prostheses
  • Understand the importance of implant placement in minimizing complications
  • Know how to design crowns and prostheses when the implant positions are not ideal

Accreditation

American Seminar Institute is an approved provider of ADA-CERP, AGD-PACE and the California Board of Dental Examiners.

                                                                                                           

Because each individual agency/academy/state has specific requirements, it is necessary that you consult with the appropriate agency/academy/state regarding final approval of continuing education credits.

Produced: 5/25/2018      Expires for ADA/AGD Credit: 5/24/2021

 

Additional Information

Additional Dental Continuing Education (CE/CPD) options available:

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