Timing and Sequencing of Treatment Plans Involving Implants
Speaker: Vedrana Braut
Congress Lecture
Structured Assessment and Treatment Planning

Planning for treatment involving implants can be a simple or a complex task, depending on the specific clinical case. This short lecture outlines a comprehensive, structured approach to this task, starting with a detailed patient assessment and ending with a plan for continuing care. Also covered are: the impact of age and systemic conditions, the status of the remaining dentition, planning for healed vs. fresh extraction sockets, and the role of different loading protocols. The presentation concludes with two case examples.

At the end of this Congress Lecture you should be able to…

  • list the treatment steps common to most treatment plans involving implants
  • discuss systemic conditions that may affect the sequencing of implant treatment
  • list the different time points for implant placement after tooth extraction
  • list the different loading protocols
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0.2 Credit hours/points
ITI Online Academy Recordings, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2018
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Classification Tags
Assessment & Diagnosis
Congress Lecture
Loading Protocols
Placement Protocols
Prosthodontics
Risk Assessment
Site Risk Assessment
Structured Assessment & Treatment Planning
Surgery
Systemic Risk Assessment
Treatment Planning
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Publication date: January 08, 2019 | Review date: January 01, 2019 | Next review date: January 01, 2022
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