In this workshop the participant will explore the various considerations of combination cases along with strategies to manage a NM bite position as implants are allowed to integrate. The various implant abutment materials will be available so that the esthetics can be discussed when restoring with bonded porcelain
A wide variety of implant restorative options as well as impression components and surgical guides will be available for the participants and for discussion.
- Placement : Unguided VS Guided
- Impression Types : Open, Closed, Digital
- Abutments Types: Titanium, Zirconium, Gold (Stock VS Custom)
- Restorative options for Implant Cases (Fixed: PFM, All Ceramic, Removable Screw retained)
- Increased growth with Dentures and Hybrids
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Mark Duncan, DDS
Dr. Duncan received his college and post-graduate studies at the University of Oklahoma culminating with a D.D.S. degree in 1995. Following Dental School, Dr. Duncan vigorously pursued continuing education twice being recognized as the leader in the State for Continuing Education. He completed the surgical and prosthetic sections with the Misch Implant Institute earning a Fellowship with the Institute as well as holding Diplomate status with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He has also earned the Fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry in the shortest time period allowed by the Academy. He considers his real advance in education to have started with his journey through the Las Vegas Institute.
In 2002 he started a scratch practice in Oklahoma City and he now focuses on cosmetic and comprehensive restorative neuromuscular dentistry and airway management. He is a graduate of the world-renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI), and was given the honor of being a clinical instructor for the institute in 2002. He teaches dentists from all over the world in the latest treatments for cosmetic dentistry, full mouth reconstruction, and neuromuscular occlusion. He also belongs to many dental organizations and has served as the Editor for the Oklahoma Academy of General Dentistry and on the Board of the Oklahoma County Dental Society as CE Chair.
He is a Board Member of the IACA and lectures on aesthetics, occlusion, CAD-CAM technology, and practice management nationwide and serves as development consultant to several dental manufacturing companies and dental think-tanks. Dr. Duncan sees dentistry as an incredible opportunity to improves the health and wellness of people and is excited to share his passion and perspective!
Ulf Broda, RDT, CDT
Ulf Broda, RDT, CDT graduated from Vancouver Technical College with a four-year degree in dental technology. As a dental technician for over 30 years, he has taken the full curriculum of courses at LVI Global, as well as other continuing education courses at various teaching institutions. He is currently the Advanced Cosmetic/Neuromuscular Manager for Aurum Ceramic/Classic Dental Laboratories in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He is a member of the IACA, AACD, and is a founding member of the Western Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in British Columbia.
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