Compendium eBook

Spotlight on Prosthodontics

October 24, 2019

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Prosthetics for dental implants involve many considerations. This special Compendium eBook features two continuing education (CE) articles to assist practitioners with potential concerns. The first article explains ways to avoid common prosthetic implant complications in fixed restorations. The second article postulates that implants typically help retain peri-implant vertical bone height, presenting an evidence-based analysis. Download to earn 4 FREE CEU now!



CE 1: Common Prosthetic Implant Complications in Fixed Restorations
Elyce E. Link-Bindo, DMD; James Soltys, DDS; David Donatelli, DDS; and Richard Cavanaugh, DDS
With innovations in implant  technology continuing to rapidly advance, maintaining knowledge of all the latest  developments can be challenging for clinicians. The purpose of this first CE article is to provide a basic understanding of the treatment, management, and prevention of common prosthetic and technical implant complications seen in the office of a restorative dentist.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: AEGIS Publications, LLC

CE 2: Dental Implants Typically Help Retain Peri-Implant Vertical Bone Height: Evidence-Based Analysis
Gary Greenstein, DDS, MS; and John Cavallaro, DDS
This second CE article assesses the dental literature regarding the ability of implants to maintain vertical bone height after various implant placement scenarios, an issue that has been much debated. The authors also review studies to determine whether bone loss after implant insertion is continuous. 
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: AEGIS Publications, LLC


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