Resonance Frequency Analysis: The Ceramic Experience
By Dr. Varo Boyer
English | FREE
November 16, 6.00 PM CET (Berlin) / 12.00 PM EST (New York)
Ceramic dental implants are gaining more and more popularity due to their improved esthetics, healthier gingival tissues and subsequently, increased patient demand. Patients nowadays also want accelerated resolution of their dental edentulism, with early and immediate loading protocols showing similar success rates as delayed loading. Osstell ISQ provides an objective and non-invasive method of evaluating osseointegration at any time of the life of the implant. This webinar will discuss RFA applied to ceramic implants, surgical and loading protocol, and will discuss Osstell ISQ in single unit, multi-unit and full arch cases.
- Understand implant stability and implications on implant survival
- Learn the history behind resonance frequency analysis
- Understand applications of RFA in single unit, multiple unit and full arch reconstructions
- Apply Osstell ISQ to Ceramic Implants
- Appreciate how Osstell ISQ affects the surgical and prosthetic protocols on ceramic implants
- Learn when to immediately provisionalize ceramic dental implants
About Dr. William Martin
Dr. Boyer is a passionate dentist, clinician, university professor, researcher and author. After graduating from UCLA School of Dentistry in 2008, Dr. Boyer completed two hospital based GPR training programs at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and the VA Healthcare system, where he received advanced training in oral and maxillofacial surgery, complex and comprehensive treatment planning, and the placement and restoration of dental implants.
Dr. Boyer has been in private practice in Los Angeles, CA since 2010. In 2011, Dr. Boyer became a faculty member at UCLA School of Dentistry where teaches dental students, as well as the residents in the AEGD (Advanced Education in General Dentistry) program.
From 2018-2020 Dr. Boyer has also trained at the UCLA Dental Implant Continuum, based on scientific research, current standards and protocols, and cutting edge research and technology. In 2020 Dr. Boyer was invited to be one of four investigators in a five-year worldwide multicenter ceramic implant osseointegration and stability study led by the IAOCI and the Zirconia Implant Research Group. Dr. Boyer is active in multiple dental implant organizations, and was recently appointed a Board Member of the International Academy of Oral Ceramic Implantology.