Immediate Implants: When, How and When Not….
COURSE CODE 216e
3 CE CREDIT HOURS
Jay Rubin, DMD
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3RD – EVENING SESSIONS
FEE: ADA MEMBER/LIFE MEMBER: $100
NON-ADA MEMBER: $150
STUDENT/RESIDENT/RDH/STAFF/NEW DENTIST: $100
This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by
Adin Dental Implant Systems, LTD
Dental implants in the aesthetic zone can be challenging even for the most seasoned clinician. A proper understanding of the concepts of biology and diagnostic tools will allow one to properly plan and sequence treatment to give the patient a result that is not only functional but aesthetically pleasing. This course will review these concepts and the various clinical scenarios as to when, how and when not to do immediate implant placement.
After attending the lecture participates will understand:
- The diagnostic tools used to enable proper diagnosis
- How to analyze the soft tissue
- The different hard and soft tissue classifications
- The decision tree as to when to extract and do delayed placement, when to do immediate placement , when to augment the soft tissue and when to do immediate provisionalization.
- How to create provisional restoration with the correct emergence profile to train the soft tissue to give resultant procedure a natural and esthetic appearance.
Jay Rubin, DMD
Dr. Jay Rubin is an Assistant Professor of Dentistry and the Director of Implant Dentistry at Touro College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Rubin previously help positions on the faculty of Columbia and Fairleigh Dickinson Universities, where he taught third and fourth- year students in periodontics. He has lectured for various hospitals, residency programs and dental meetings and has a private practice limited to Periodontics, Implantology and Laser Therapy in Brooklyn, New York.