Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation
A Live Patient Course
DATE TIME & LOCATION:
9 AM – 4 PM
Dental Studio of Pasadena
2270 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107
CE Credits : 16 units
PROGRAM FEE : $800
From Single Tooth Replacement to Fixed Partials for General Dental Practitioners
Participating doctors will learn about single and multiple implant placements in the esthetic zone which may involve
implant placement in a healed site, or immediate placement in an extraction site.
Socket preservation and bone augmentation in the esthetic zone will also be covered. Different types of provisional
restorations in the esthetic zone will be discussed and demonstrated. Participants will further learn about
considerations, indications, and contraindications for implant placement in the esthetic zone.
A live surgical procedure will be performed by Dr. Vahik Meserkhani. Participating doctors who are interested in
performing surgery for their own patients are welcome to do so and will be assisted by Dr. Meserkhani.
At the completion of the program, participants should be able to:
- Successfully treatment plan for edentulous spaces in the esthetic zone.
- Successfully place implants in esthetic zone.
- Perform socket preservation and bone augmentation in the esthetic zone.
- Understand the benefits and incorporation of an ovate pontic.
- Understand the type of provisional in the esthetic zone, from material selection to provisional restoration
Understand definitive restoration design, screw vs cement-retained restorations and material selection.
Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation : A Live Patient Course
The full-arch implant rehabilitation concept is a multi-procedural approach. The concept employs four or more implants to be utilized. Screw-retained or cementretained prosthesis could be the definitive prostheses. The treatment plan depends on bone condition, anatomical limitations, surgical procedures, and restorative options. Thanks to the tilted implant concept 4 and more implants could give enough support for immediate loading and long-term outcome for full arch rehabilitation. This treatment modality is designed for patients seeking to maximize chair-side efficiency through a single-day prosthetic solution for their oral restoration needs. The next option will be 6 to 8 implant to restore the entire arch with implant
Attendees will learn how to:
VAHIK PAUL MESERKHANI, DDS, MSD, FAAID
Dr. Vahik Paul Meserkhani has lectured extensively on the subject of Prosthodontics and Implant dentistry both nationally and internationally. He earned his doctoral degree in 1987and joined Loma Linda University in 2003 to receive his implant surgical fellowship followed by a certificate in Prosthodontics and MSD degree in the Prosthodontics specialty.