Transitional Restorative Options For Optimal Soft Tissue Design and Aesthetics Around Dental Implants


Transitional prosthesis following teeth extractions and placement of dental implants is an important part of the overall treatment. It provides patients with the necessary function and aesthetics while awaiting for the definitive restorations. The transitional design must protect the tissue following extractions, implants, or bone grafting procedures while it sets the tone for the final restorations. In this course, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi discusses the options for both fixed and removable transitional restorations during post-surgical healing phase. He also discusses implant-supported transitional restorative options including customized healing abutments and prototype restorations and their role in designing the ideal soft tissue architecture. 

The participants will:

  • Learn various types of removable transitional / interim restorations and risks and benefits of each type
  • Understand the transitional design concepts in relation to bone and soft tissue
  • Learn the critical decision-making on design based on biology of healing
  • Learn how to avoid common complications associated with transitional-induced tissue atrophy
  • Learn various transitional restoration designs for applications in single, multiple, and full arch treatments

Course Fee:  FREE

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Date & Time


When: June 22, 2022

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Course link will be send following course


Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Course Fee & CE

The participation for this course is FREE

OPTIONAL: Get 2 hours of CE certification for attendance: $50 / h; Don’t want CE credits…Totally Free

Location: The Forum

The course will be held at our state-of-the-art conference room in Bethesda, MD.

4825 Bethesda Avenue
Suite 302
Bethesda, MD 20814

Telephone: 240.802.2874

Email: [email protected]