Best Practices for Freehand and Guided Implant Surgeries

A didactic and hands on session, reviewing three surgical workflows – traditional static guide, dynamic guidance and conventional free hand. Dr. Yeganegi will share both aesthetically demanding and complex cases, from recent treatment.
Dr. Yeganegi has had extensive implant training throughout North America in many of the top rated advanced education centres and was the first Canadian practitioner to use Inliant Dynamic Surgical Navigation System, which has revolutionized his practice.

 

Shanto-Yeganegi

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Understand the Science. Eliminate the Guesswork.

Predictable Bonding to Li-Disilicate & Zirconia

Several different “recipes” are available from different sources claiming a “quick and easy” type of procedure when bonding Li-Disilicate or Zirconia prosthesis. The best practice, however, points to understanding the differences in the structure of these materials and how they react to fabrication and pre-delivery procedures; and how that affects the subsequent bonding and clinical success of prostheses.

A great deal of successful bonding depends on the procedures executed in the dental laboratory, hence the clinical success depends on the best communication practice between the clinician and the technician. The program will discuss current clinical practice for bonding Li-Disilicate and Zirconia prostheses and present evidences of what is currently supported by good science. The goal is to provide participants with the scientific tools to make their own decisions for best practice when bonding these ceramic materials and improve communication with their labs.

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Rare Form: Treatment Planning Complex Restorations Utilizing Dental Photography and Collaborative Laboratory Communication Protocols

Speakers: Dr. Miles R. Cone & Cornelia Cone

Prosthetic dentistry is a specialty in crisis. Peer-reviewed publications, industry advertisements, over-the-counter/do-it-yourself remedies and social media outlets are currently dictating the cosmetic narrative for our patients that “faster, whiter, and, straighter” teeth are the true testaments to personal beauty and optimal oral health. This race to the bottom is juxtaposed against a recent resurgence of clinicians and dental technicians endeavouring to facilitate collaborative techniques utilizing advanced dental ceramics, high-end dental photography, customized intraoral shade analysis, and predictable chairside and benchtop protocols. This challenge to the status quo has significantly augmented the dental professional’s ability to exceed the soaring expectations of our patients, achieve uncommon successful treatment outcomes, and ultimately redefine the standards of contemporary natural aesthetics and hyper-real prosthetics in the fields of fixed, implant and removable dentistry.

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Simplifying Dental Implant Restorations

Understand the rationale behind Dental Implants and achieve an optimal restorative outcome, with proper case selection.
This 3 part series, scheduled over a six week period, is designed for the practitioner with limited or no implant experience.  It is the ideal course to offer participants the ability to treat all patients in a more comprehensive manner, with the objective of giving clinicians the additional confidence, in order to quickly assess which cases will provide the most success in a final prosthetic phase of treatment.

Simplifying Dental Implant Restorations for e distribution

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Adopting Digital Integrated Workflows; Increasing Patient Satisfaction & Case Acceptance

Incorporating new technology to drive successful dental treatments, while enhancing your case acceptance skills.
Join Dr Troy Martin, David Bird, Dragan Lipovac, Shannon Corley and Andrew Gibson for this engaging two part series reviewing a fully digital workflow in the dental practice.  Learn how to assess the emergence profile and identify abutment choice for a successful final implant restoration, while also practicing new communication tools when discussing treatment plans with patients, ensuring they understand the relationship between oral health and overall body wellness. Registration to commence at 530pm along with dinner.

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Combining Tradition with Innovation

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