Welcome to The BRIDGE, an online network from LMT dedicated exclusively for members of the Dental Laboratory community.
June 19th - 22nd
San Francisco, CA
This intense hands-on and live surgery course is a unique opportunity for you to follow the concepts of Bob Lamb regarding his minimally-invasive approach to implant placement. You will also be introduced to his innovative technique of socket preservation, papillae development and hard and soft tissue management; these concepts will be a paradigm shift in your practice.
- Approved for 32 CE credits
- Call 866-700-IDEA (4332)
- Email Bob Lamb, DDS, MSD: Bob@ideausa.net
- Visit http://www.ideausa.net/lecturers_courses_details.asp?guid=BD1C5BCC-99D2-4E7B-9B37-1616FAEEBF55
San Francisco, CA
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This lecture, hands-on, live patient course will outline a new prosthetic option besides the existing surgical...See more and orthodontic options to enhance esthetical deficiencies in the anterior ridge. Esthetically replacing missing teeth in areas of significant anterior ridge deformities has been and still is a significant challenge in dentistry. High esthetic expectations and implant therapy have only increased this challenge. Participants will learn: Analyses of anterior ridge deficiencies All of the available treatment options and limitations - where, when, and how Design and fabrication of a 3-dimensional reconstruction of deficient ridges Ability to enhance the esthetic result of the final tooth form and gingival design Facial esthetics - enhancement of lip support Explore, enjoy and take this course: Evaluate the limitations when restoring deficient ridges Decision making process Understand the importance of ideal soft tissue architecture for developing natural looking restorations The white and pink interface When and how to utilize artificial gingiva Clinical and laboratory procedures when fabricating the Pink Hybrid Restoration
This interactive hands-on course focuses on a systematic approach to treatment for esthetic rehabilitations. Optimizing...See more the esthetic, functional, structural, and biological outcomes in cases with different degrees of complexity is the red line in this course. Participants will learn: Digital Smile Design process: the aesthetic design integrating the emotional, functional, structural, and biological keys factors into treatment planning Presentation of treatment plan and how to increase case acceptance 3D communication: dentist-dentist; dentist-dental technician; dentist-patient Wax-up and mock-up: planning and marketing tool for the "test-drive" Clinical and laboratory sequence organization Explore, enjoy and take this course: Significance of biological parameters in case management and maintenance Aspects of occlusion: OVD, maxilla-mandibular relationships and guidance Smart preparations: from prepless to full coverage according to a clinical situation Impressions: evidence-based update and clinical tips for the best results Implant restoration: biological and aesthetic integration Pink restoration: when it is indicated and how to accomplish it? The importance of occlusal equilibration for the treatment longevity
Aesthetic Analysis, Diagnosis, Treatment Planning and Failure Managment of Tooth and Implant Supported Restorations
This diverse hands-on program focuses on the state-of-the-art prosthetic treatment of tooth and implant supported...See more restorations. The different techniques for treatment in the esthetic zone, from simple to complex cases, are the red line in this course and will be presented using scientific evidence and clinical experience.
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A study conducted by the Long Group, an independent research group, predicts that by 2019, there could be nearly 7,000 fewer dentists, assuming the number of annual dental school graduates—currently 4,500—remains consistent.
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