Course Three

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COURSE # 3   8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Friday, April 7, 2017
Location: Century House, Latham, NY 
Tuition $240.00

Restorative Dentistry Solutions for Patients Missing Single and Multiple Teeth
Presented by Matthew Bryington, DMD, MS

Course Description
“Restorative Dentistry Solutions for Patients Missing Single and Multiple Teeth”
This program will provide an overview of the appropriate indications and prosthetic applications for dental implant treatment. A range of restorative options will be presented from fully edentulous cases to single or multiple tooth implant cases. Topics that will be discussed include treatment planning for esthetic success and the restoration process with corresponding prosthetic component options.
Participants will learn components required for implant-level and abutment-level impressions. This program will demonstrate the advantages of tissue-level and bone-level restorative platforms for clinicians’ transitions into implant dentistry. Participants of this program will understand how to assimilate restorations supported by dental implants into their practice with predictability and confidence.
Learning Objectives:
• Identify restorative components as related to dentistry
• Select the appropriate abutment for esthetic restorations
• Understand the treatment planning process for single-tooth and multiple-tooth restorations
• Understand features and benefits of the Locator© Implant Attachment System for implant-supported dentures
• Place a solid or cementable abutment and replicate impression procedures
Matthew Bryington, DMD, MS
Dr. Bryington is the Assistant Director for Graduate Prosthodontics for the West Virginia University School of Dentistry. Dr. Bryington attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and received his Prosthodontics training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Upon completion of his training, Dr. Bryington received a 1 year fellowship in implant surgery through the International Team for Implantology Scholarship program in Malmo, Sweden. Dr. Bryington has published several studies regarding implant-to-bone interactions and has lectured at several nationally recognized conferences on bone- to-implant contact, implant restoration, and implant treatment planning.



Please note: this course is held in conjunction with the Third District. For proper credit, please register with your district.