DC Forum: Faster, Easier and More Predictable Results: Determining Implant Stability and Scientific Loading Criteria
March 29 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
There can always be difficulties in determining the osseointegration status when an implant is to be loaded with the prosthesis. Nevertheless, it is vital to know whether the implant is stable. Research today demonstrates the implants can be subject to immediate or early loading, but there were no objective standard methods of determining implant stability which is critical to immediate or early loading.
Participants will learn:
- Current scientific loading criteria for immediate or early loading will be presented with clinical cases and and reliable scientific data such as Resonance Frequency Analysis.
- Determine impact of implant design on stability.
- Evaluation of bone density and parafunction for successful implant procedures.
- Understand loading protocols for everyday implant dentistry.
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Presenters: Dr. Isaac Tawil
Fee: DC Forum Members Free; Non-Members: $85