Single Teeth to Full Arch Rehabilitation What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Don't Know

Starts 29.Feb.2024
09:00 GMT-5:00

Ends 1.Mar.2024
16:00 GMT-5:00

United States, New York

New York University



1 module

Event Details

Join us for these comprehensive sessions to refine your treatment planning skills and enhance patient outcomes. Prof. Denis Tarnow and Prof. Stephen Chu on Single Teeth to Full Arch Rehabilitation | What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Don't Know

This 2-day workshop, scheduled for February 29 and March 1, 2024, is a deep dive into the sophisticated realm of dental treatment planning. It begins by examining the foundational aspect of any patient's treatment - the art and science of making accurate diagnoses and formulating effective treatment strategies.

Day one focuses on the crucial decision-making process: whether to preserve a natural tooth or replace it with an implant, and how to sequence therapy for the best outcomes. Participants will explore practical techniques for patient comfort during treatment, the intricacies of bone and soft tissue management, immediate implant placement in fresh extraction sockets, and the use of biometrics for ideal esthetic and occlusal outcomes.

The session will also include considerations for ridge reduction in "all on 4" or "all on 6" treatments.

The second day shifts to advanced topics such as the judicious use of pink ceramics versus natural tissue rebuilding, tailoring treatment plans to the patient’s medical status, and deciding between overdentures and fixed solutions. The course will cover occlusion styles in implant-supported cases, techniques for splinting teeth to implants, strategies for managing peri-implantitis, corrective measures for existing esthetic issues, and the application of digital dentistry in streamlining treatment plans. Attendees will also learn about serial extraction as an alternative to ridge reduction in full-arch treatments.

Key Facts


  • Deciding between tooth preservation or replacement with implants.
  • Optimal treatment sequencing for superior results.
  • Strategies for patient comfort during provisionalization.
  • Techniques for preserving or enhancing bone and soft tissue structures.
  • Criteria for immediate implant placement post-extraction.
  • Utilizing biometrics for optimal esthetic and occlusal tooth relationships.
  • Practical demonstration on using aesthetic gauges.
  • The role of grafts in gap management.
  • Considering ridge reduction for procedures like "all on 4" or "all on 6".
  • Effective use of pink ceramics vs. patient's tissue reconstruction to eliminate prosthetic pink in final restorations.
  • Adapting treatment plans based on patient’s medical history.
  • Choosing between overdentures and fixed solutions.
  • Selecting occlusion styles for implant-supported cases.
  • Guidelines for splinting teeth to implants.
  • Approaches to managing peri-implantitis.
  • Remedying existing esthetic concerns.
  • Leveraging digital dentistry for efficient treatment planning.
  • Serial extraction as an alternative to ridge reduction for full-arch treatments.


* Support for USA VISA applicants can be provided on request.

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