24 Furness Quay, Salford M50 3XZ
Reception: 0161 413 8330/ Courses: 0161 413 8335

Course Overview

This one-day hands-on course aims to teach delegates about prosthetically driven restoration, particularly provisional implant restorations. Delegates will learn the step-by-step process from the fabrication of a chairside screw-retained provisional crown to the customisation of an impression post and will practice on model heads.

The course is essential for dentists who are currently restoring implants or have just starting placing.

Topics that will be covered
Aims and types of provisionalisation
Fabrication of chairside screw-retained provisional crown
Construction of a chairside cement retained provisional crown
Soft tissue contour and impression post customisation
Customisation of impression post
Open tray Impression taking
Laboratory prescription and communication
CADCAM taster

Learning outcomes:

• Understand the indications for and aims of provisional implant restorations
• Understand the different options for provisional implant restorations, when and how to use them
• Learn how to construct, fit and modify implant provisional restorations
• Learn how to accurately record soft tissue contour and take accurate impressions
• Understand the importance of laboratory communication and how to get what you want

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1 day


21st of September 2019


ICE Postgraduate Dental Institute & Hospital




7 verifiable hours