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How to Prevent Peri-Implantitis when Cementing Implant Restorations

How to Prevent Peri-Implantitis when Cementing Implant Restorations

How to Prevent Peri-Implantitis when Cementing Implant Restorations

Dr. Chris Salierno
Dr. Chris Salierno
on behalf of Premier Dental Institute

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Launch date: 27 Feb 2017
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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

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Description

Crown and bridge fabrication techniques for implant restorations may be similar to those for natural teeth. However the dentist must be acutely aware of the differences between implants and natural teeth in order to create a restoration that will be free from complications. There are three types of implant complications (cosmetic, functional, and hygienic) and they are often related to one another. Solving an obvious esthetic dilemma often introduces a more subtle hygienic one.

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Upon completion of this CE Activity, the student will have learned: the different prosthetic contours used in implant restorations and how they can affect the underlying hard and soft tissues; proper cementation technique to avoid one of the most common implant complications, cement-induced peri-implant disease.
Dr. Chris Salierno

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Dr. Chris Salierno
on behalf of Premier Dental Institute

Dr. Chris Salierno is a general dentist from Long Island, New York. He graduated from Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine in 2005 and completed a GPR there in 2006 focusing on implant prosthetics. While in dental school, Chris served as the National President of the American Student Dental Association. Currently he serves as Chair of the American Dental Association’s New Dentist Committee and as President-Elect of the Suffolk County Dental Society. He lectures internationally on clinical dentistry, practice management, and leadership development. His material can be viewed online on his blog, The Curious Dentist.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 1.00 Credits

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