The use of three-dimensional imaging and interactive software applications has provided clinicians with an unparalleled appreciation of our patient's anatomical presentation while enhancing clinician's ability to properly diagnose and treatment plan. Each
The use of three-dimensional imaging and interactive software applications has provided clinicians with an unparalleled appreciation of our patient’s anatomical presentation while enhancing clinician’s ability to properly diagnose and treatment plan. Each implant receptor site, whether for a single implant or full-arch restoration, must be guided by the desired prosthetic outcome – “true restoratively-driven” implant dentistry can be accomplished with new digital workflows. One factor that is often overlooked is the decision-tree related to when and if implants can be loaded,
which is especially essential when immediate loading protocols are in place. This workshop will help to educate the participants on the diagnostic keys to successful planning and immediate restoration of dental implants.
Dr. Scott Ganz is one of the world’s leading experts in the field of computer utilization for diagnostic, graphical, treatment planning, and CAD/CAM applications in dentistry. A much sought-after speaker, he delivers presentations both nationally and internationally on the prosthetic and surgical phases of implant dentistry.Dr. Ganz is widely published, with more than
100 articles in scientific and 14 professional textbooks and journals. He currently serves as editor-in-chief for Cone Beam, International Magazine of Cone Beam Dentistry, and an associate editor for the peer-reviewed journal of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). Dr. Ganz is Co-Director of Advanced Implant Education (AIE), offering live, handson surgery training programs several times each year. He maintains a private practice for prosthodontics, maxillofacial prosthetics, and implant dentistry in Fort Lee, New Jersey.