"Creating Beautiful Smiles"
The Evolution of Single Tooth Implant-Supported Restorations
Description of Event:
This program will focus on patient-specific abutments and the simplicity and reliability they bring to the restorative process while allowing for functional and esthetic results for each individual patient.
Using the most advanced computer technology, patient-specific abutments are available for all major implant systems and are designed and manufactured to the clinician’s specifications.
The benefits of providing an anatomically correct abutment earlier in the healing cycle will be discussed.
- Discuss techniques and design of immediate and transitional temporaries.
- Understand customization of implant-level impressions.
- Integrate patient-specific abutments into any implant protocol.
- Learn the easiest and most innovative way to restore implants via a CAD/CAM custom abutment system.
Speaker Michael D. White, CDT
Mr. White began his career as a laboratory technician in 1971. Mr. White started White’s Dental Laboratory in Las Vegas in 1978. In 1999, he sold the laboratory and moved to Oregon to work as Dr. John Sorensen’s ceramist and as a Senior Research Associate at Oregon Health Science University.
Mr. White has lectured throughout the United States and has taught porcelain courses both nationally and internationally. He joined Dahlin/ Fernandez/Fritz Dental Laboratory in Portland, OR in 2000 as a Technical Consultant.
He served as Production Manager and General Manager for Novadent, Inc. and was the Regional Technical Specialist from 2008- 2009.
Mr. White joined the company in 2009 as the District Manager for the Oregon South territory and is currently the Technical Advisor for Dentsply Sirona Implants for the Western United States.
No refunds will be issued as this is a tuition-free course.
The new Physician Payment Sunshine Act requires reporting of the transfer of value to physicians and dentists. The value of this program is estimated at $40 per person, which is required to be reported to the US Department of Health & Human Services.
Program at a glance:
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021
Lecture Conducted from 6:00 – 8:00 PM
The Summit Club
15 West 6th St. Overlook Room 31st Floor Tulsa, Ok 74119