January 24, 2025

Implant Prosthodontics: Aesthetics, Complications, Innovations, and Rescue Treatment.

Dr. Todd Schoenbaum, DDS, MS

Seminar Schedule:

Registration & Breakfast

Lecture begins

Mid-Morning Break

Lecture resumes

12:00pm - 1:00pm:

1:00pm - 3:30pm:
Lecture (no break)

3:30pm - 3:45pm:
Questions & Answers

Course breakdown

This presentation will present the challenges and limitations unique to the treatment of partially edentulous implant patients. Focus will be on clinical techniques for restoration of implants in the aesthetic zone, complications in the restoration of implants with fixed options, and a case series of rescue treatment in compromised implant scenarios. Clinically relevant scientific information will be integrated into the discussion for decision making and techniques.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to enhance the outcome and maximize predictability of implants in the aesthetic zone.
  • Protocols and techniques to reduce the incidence of prosthetic implant complications, and how to correct them when they do occur.
  • Management of clinical implant complications with a team approach.

About the Speaker

Todd Schoenbaum is Professor at the Dental College of Georgia where he trains residents and students in implant restorations and clinical research. He has published over 60 papers, 10 chapters, and two textbooks. He is the recipient of the scientific writing award from the JPD. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Dentistry Review. He has a master’s in clinical research from the UCLA School of Medicine, and is a Fellow and Diplomate of the Academy of Osseointegration. Dr. Schoenbaum has been invited to present his clinical and scientific work at conferences worldwide. His clinical practice is limited to fixed implant restorations.