About This Course
Innovation and technology are moving at a rapid pace with many developments impacting the role of implant therapy within the dental practice. Today, the success of implant treatment is defined by both function and esthetics, whereby the design of the implant system plays a critical role for achieving predictable restoration of teeth, even for patients with poor bone quality.
This program will discuss the role of implant design, biomechanics, and abutment options for achieving optimal results. The benefits of a design philosophy based on the natural dentition utilizing a site-specific, crown-down approach and further supported by an intuitive surgical protocol and a simple prosthetic workflow will be reviewed.
The successful integration of new technologies within the practice will also be presented and include the latest in patient-specific overdenture solutions. In particular, restorative treatment concepts based on telescopic principles are gaining in popularity due to their stability and ease of hygiene maintenance by the patient. We will discuss how offering this type of treatment can contribute to practice growth and patient satisfaction.
- Understand various types of injuries and their surgical, restorative, endodontic and periodontal implications
- Learn about treatment options and how to choose the most appropriate one to achieve best results.
- Utilize a simplified map to make quick decisions.
- Learn about possible complications and their management.
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2016
Registration & Dinner: 5:30 PM
Time: 6 – 8 PM
Bridget Maroon, MDT, CDA, EFDA
4825 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 302
Bethesda, MD 20814
2 Credit Hours (AGD PACE Approve Provider)
No refund for any cancellations
About The Speaker
Bridget Marron completed her Master Dental Technician (MDT) studies at NYU in October 2011. Ms. Marron graduated from Mt. Ida Junior College with an Associate’s Degree in Dental Assisting and has almost 20 years of experience as a chairside dental auxiliary. She was a Certified Dental Auxiliary (CDA) and was also Certified in Radiology. While working at the Boston University Dental School, Ms. Marron
was trained as an Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary (EFDA). This training enabled her to restore patients after dental students prepped the tooth for fillings as well as repair dentures, take preliminary and final impressions and make temporaries. While at the dental school she also taught a dental materials course to the dental assisting students. Ms. Marron is currently a Technical Advisor for DENTSPLY Implants.
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