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Removable Implant Solutions

Removable Implant Solutions

Removable Implant Solutions

Mr Arian B. Deutsh CDT
Mr Arian B. Deutsh CDT

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Launch date: 25 Feb 2016
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Last updated: 04 Nov 2017

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This course deals with Dental Implant Restorative Techniques and Solutions. The focus of this course is on the clinical and technical steps of creating an implant telescopic restoration for full and partial arch restorations.


List of Learning Objectives:
1. Clinical steps for creating a telescopic implant restoration.
2. Technical Steps of fabricating a telescopic implant restoration in the dental laboratory.
3. The difference between old style telescopic restorations and the current protocols and materials.
4. The difference between true telescopes and conical connections.
5. Why Zirconia is the current preferred material for primary telescopes.
Mr Arian B. Deutsh CDT

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Mr Arian B. Deutsh CDT

Arian is a certified dental technician who has studied at the University level in the United States and Canada. From 1993 to 2007 he served as lead technician and general manager for his father’s small, high end dental laboratory, Eurotek Dental Concepts in Fairfield county Connecticut, where he specialized in Swissedent technique as taught by Dr. John P. Frush, DDS.
In tandem: Studied from 2004-2006 at George Brown City College, Toronto, ON IDEC program.
In 2007 Arian and his wife Muriel relocated to the Phoenix, AZ area and opened their laboratory, Deutsch Dental Arts, where they specialize in ‘life like rehabilitations’ through a variety of traditional and unique implant solutions.
In 2009 Arian and Muriel received specialized training from Daniel LeClerc, T.D. and Dr. Yvan Fortin, DMD in Quebec City, QC and subsequently became the first accredited provider of the Marius Bridge in the southwest United States.
In 2012 Arian trained with Frank Poerschke, MDT in Lutjenburg, Germany and became a certified TiF (Total Prosthetics in Function) trainer.
In February of 2012 he was awarded 1st place in Candulor’s KunstZahnWerk (Art of Dental Prosthetics) North American Competition.
In 2015 he competed in the first WMDA (World Mixed Dental Arts Competition in Utah at the Dental Technician’s Guild Annual Symposium, taking 1st place in the removable prosthetics division.
His articles regarding advanced clinical techniques, and the current shortage of skilled dental technicians have appeared in such journals as Inscriptions (the official journal of the Arizona Dental Association), Dental Laboratory Products, Inside Dental Technology, and Labline (Hungary).
He has lectured in the United States and abroad on a variety of topics ranging from Obstructive Sleep Apnea to Clinical and Laboratory Techniques which aid in the creation of predictable, life like dental prosthetics.
He also served as adjunct faculty at ASDOH Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health.
He regularly participates in the AzDA’s (Arizona Dental Association) Donated Dental Services program.
2009-2011 member of the Arizona Dental Association and the American College of Prosthodontist’s Dental Technician’s Alliance.

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