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Learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Courses cover everything from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical and prosthetic workflows. We even address some of the most complex and progressive protocols for managing potential complications.

January 2021

Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Immediate full-arch prosthetic rehabilitation utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept

Jan 25 - Dec 30, 2021
Dr. Hooman Zarrinkelk
Dr. Saj Jivraj
Overview: In this 5 hour program. Edentulous patients and patients with failing dentition who want a fixed prosthetic rehabilitation are very often faced with time-consuming, expensive, and uncomfortable bone grafting procedures. The perceived complexity of rehabilitation is a great obstacle to treatment acceptance for these patients and many dental clinicians as well. The All-on-4® treatment concept was developed by Nobel Biocare to eliminate many of the difficulties facing patients and clinicians. It allows for an immediate-function, full-arch, implant-supported prosthesis without the need for any bone grafting procedures, even in atrophic situations. In a short time the attendees will observe complete rehabilitation of the patient, by delivery of a highly functional and esthetic solution supported by four implants in anatomically strategic positions and angles, thus dramatically increasing the quality of life for the patient. The clinicians will highlight surgical protocol and key aspects to consider during surgery. This course is intended for clinicians with experience in implant dentistry.
Advanced course

December 2021

Zygomatic Implants: Changing the way you think and plan your upper full arch cases

Dec 04, 2021
Yorba Linda, CA, US
Dr Ankur Johri
Zygomatic implants, once thought of as a “bail out” procedure, have become a mainstay in full-arch treatment for the atrophic maxilla. Literature review supports longterm success of zygomatic implants. A traditional Allon-4® modality has limited applications in patients with severe atrophy or anteriorly pneumatized maxillary sinuses. Zygomatic implants can be placed to bypass the maxillary sinuses when there is inadequate dentoalveolar bone for conventional implants. With the assortment of Multi-unit Abutment options (now with Xeal™ coating) – restoration of zygomatic implants is easier than ever. With the DTX Studio™ software, planning of zygomatic implants and evaluation of critical anatomic landmarks can be performed prior to surgery. This modality results in high patient satisfaction due to its shortened treatment time and high predictably of immediate loading. The program will include a didactic and handson component. The surgeon will use the Nobel Biocare zygomatic implant surgical kit to place zygomatic implants on a skull model. The prosthetic components needed to take the case to completion will also be reviewed. After completing the course, the participant will... − Know indications for zygoma implants. − Select cases appropriate for zygoma implants both clinically and radiographically. − Understand the pertinent surgical anatomy in the zygoma region. − Plan zygoma cases using DTX Studio™ software. − Understand the zygoma surgical kit. − Understand the prosthetic parts of the zygoma system. − Practice the surgical placement of zygomatic implants on a skull model. − Understand the restorative technique for zygoma implants. − Manage post-operative complications.
Advanced course
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