Implant full immediate, Loading workshop
Patient factors and implant biomechanics influence the rationale, requirements, and techniques for the immediate loading procedure. Proper patient selection, treatment planning, and operation method will lead to a predictable, expeditious outcome for reestablishing a patient’s comfort and function. There are multiple subjective and objective patient and surgical factors to consider.
Additionally, there are multiple approaches to completing the immediate loading clinical procedure itself, with the most common being direct, direct-indirect, or the indirect technique. Each technique bears technical and patient-related advantages and disadvantages. This section will review general requirements for patient selection and describe three methods of completing an immediate loading procedure for full-arch fixed implant-supported restorations.
This course will also include a hands on session where the participant will fabricate a conversion prosthesis for the immediate load procedure
After completion of this course the participant will learn
- When and when not to immediate load
- Techniques to immediate load
- Restorative contours required of the immediate load prosthesis
- Occlusion requirements of the immediate load prosthesis