Immediate Loading in the Esthetic Zone: From Single Tooth to Full Arch; Clinical Pearls and Practice Management Techniques for Immediate Patient Satisfaction

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Learning Objectives


This clinically relevant, evidence-based course will address the close interaction of the implant surgeon with the restorative dentist and the dental laboratory in achieving optimal esthetic outcomes and reduced patient morbidity. Dr. Levine will emphasize the “Team Approach” to the most challenging implant and dental reconstruction procedures involving careful diagnosis and management of soft and hard tissues and their appropriate sequence in therapy when insufficiencies exist. Treating patients comprehensively in complex prosthetic and esthetic reconstructions from immediate single tooth provisionalization to full arch immediate loading will be discussed showing the importance of photographing your cases which aids in not only team communication, but also case acceptance. In addition, full arch cases will be discussed with guidelines for their usage when less implants are appropriate. Dr. Levine will share his knowledge of over 30 years of full time clinical practice and his experience of performing full arch Straumann Immediate Load cases since 1994. Practice management techniques will also be addressed for improving case acceptance and how the “Team Approach” can make this process seamless, successful and personally rewarding.


Dr. Robert A. Levine, DDS, FCCPP, FISPPS

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October 5, 2018 - Registration opening soon
Jackson, MS

November 16, 2018 - Registration opening soon
Birmingham, AL

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Food will be provided

7:15 AM – 8:00 AM

12 – 1 PM

Dental Team (Surgical and Restorative Clinician, Lab Technician)



CE credit:
6 Hours