Full-Arch Implant Rehabilitation: A Live Patient Course

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Full-Arch Implant Rehabilitation: A Live Patient Course

Course Overview

The full-arch implant rehabilitation (FAIRTM) concept is a multi-procedural approach to traditional single-tooth implant placement. The concept employs four or five screw-retained, angled implants supporting highly durable full-arch prosthetics. Thanks to the latest technological advances, only a few implants, properly placed and angled, can support multiple prosthetic teeth. This treatment is designed for patients seeking to maximize chairside efficiency through a single-day prosthetic solution for their oral restoration needs.


Course Objectives:

Attendees will learn how to

  • Plan patient selection, reviewing indications and contraindications
  • Recognize when pre-treatment procedures are needed.
  • Evaluate surgical protocols and considerations.
  • Review restorative measures.
  • Understand and apply specific laboratory procedures.
  • Plan conversion of a denture to a fixed temporary prosthesis.

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Details

  • CE Hours: 24
  • Duration: 3 Day Course
  • Tuition: $13,500
  • Faculty:
    Arun K. Garg, DMD

Dates

  • December 1–3, 2019 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • January 19–21, 2020 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • May 24–26, 2020 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • July 5–7, 2020 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • November 8–10, 2020 - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic