Taking impressions. Implant prostheses Course


Taking impressions:

  • Choice of the ideal tray type
  • Impression materials: silicone versus polyether
  • Indirect or closed tray technique. Direct or open tray technique. When to splint impression transfers. Impressions with snaps coping. How to choose the ideal printing technique.
  • Impression taking of the emergence profile and pontics
  •  Casting of models for implant prostheses

Implant prostheses

  • Cemented prosthesis
  • Concept and characteristics of the cemented prosthesis
  • Indications and contraindications of the cemented prosthesis
  • Choice of the ideal abutment
  • Cementation. Choosing the ideal cement
  • Clinical and laboratory protocol
  • Screw-retained prosthesis
  • Concept and characteristics of the screw-retained prosthesis
  • Direct screw-retained prosthesis
  • Indirect screw-retained prosthesis. The middle pillar
  • Indications and contraindications of the screw-retained prosthesis
  • Clinical and laboratory protocol

The implant prosthesis from the laboratory point of view

  • Communication with the laboratory
  • Pink aesthetic and white aesthetic
  • Zirconium management
  • Presentation of cases


Place:PgO UCAM New York

Dates: 2021

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Hours: Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

                   Saturday from 10am to 5:30 p.m.

Contact: courses@esiro.es

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