A Systematic Approach to Everyday Implant Treatment Planning
AGD Member: $49*
Student Member: $37.50*
Free CE Member Benefit Program
Speaker: Darin Dichter, DMD, FAGD
Credit Hours: 2
Subject Code: 697 – Implants Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
*AGD Member discount applied at checkout.
Restoring missing teeth with osseointegrated implants has become routine in contemporary dental practice, yet clinicians often struggle with confidently treatment planning these restorations. In this webinar, Dr Dichter will demystify treatment planning for dental implants. The course focus on posterior single missing teeth, but the concepts apply equally to esthetic planning with implants as well as restoring multiple missing teeth with implants. This course will focus on the restorative component of treatment planning for implants and provide restorative dentists with the information they need to have meaningful treatment planning discussions with other members of their interdisciplinary team.
- Key steps involved with implant treatment planning
- How and when a diagnostic waxup can be helpful
- Techniques for communicating desired implant position with surgical colleagues
Darin Dichter, DMD, FAGD, is a member of the resident clinical faculty at Spear Education and is the Chair of Study Club Curriculum. His responsibilities at Spear include leading hands-on workshops, creating digital educational material as well as direct patient care.
Dr. Dichter has served as a guest lecturer and clinical instructor at OHSU teaching occlusion and esthetics. He has been a member of the visiting faculty at Spear Education since its inception as well as a contributing author for Spear Digital Digest. Dr. Dichter is passionate about education and is involved with multiple study groups in the US and Canada. Dr. Dichter lectures nationally on a variety of topics including implant treatment planning, implant restoration, esthetics, function, and restoration of the edentulous arch.
Dr. Dichter earned a DMD degree from Oregon Health and Science University School of Dentistry in 1995 and maintained a private practice in Oregon for 16 years before completing a full-time residency in Advanced Prosthodontics at UCLA. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
|Time and Period of Availability for Internet Based Courses||
Until expiration and/or review
|Original Release Date||
January 20, 2016
January 20, 2019