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September 11, 2018
September 11, 2021
1 CE Credit
You’ve impressed the case and are now planning which type of implant crown to create. In a perfect world, every implant is in the correct location, in 2mm of a tissue cuff, and the design process is easy. In a perfect world, you screw in the abutment, the crown drops right in, and years later, the natural teeth have not moved. This, however, is usually not the case with single unit placements.
In this 1-hour video, Dr. Lou Graham will show three options in the selection process for your final implant abutment and crown, along with the procedural step by steps.
|Credits||Catapult Education, LLC designates this continuing education activity for 1 credit|
|Audience||General Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant|
|AGD Subject Code||250|
"Thanks for the great education on the cementation process of cementing crowns onto implants. It was a wonder webinar. You are a remarkable clinician."
"Very useful presentation. I specially liked your hybrid approach which solves the problems that screw in implant crowns usually present."
"Enjoyed the course!"
"It is very helpful the technique the speaker taught us regarding how to make the cement inside the implant crown very thin. I heard it before, but seeing it on the presentation made lots of sense. Thank you"