This lecture will focus on how to correct Esthetic Implant Complications by utilizing soft tissue augmentation procedures.
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Detailed Course Description for Esthetic Implant Failures - Etiologies and Solutions:
Approx. 60 minutes
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
This lecture will focus on how to correct Esthetic Implant Complications by utilizing soft tissue augmentation procedures. Implant dentistry has brought our patients many benefits. However we do encounter complications, especially in the esthetic zone when implants are misplaced, or not properly planned. While some complications can be corrected, some cannot be if there is too much bone loss. Cases of each will be discussed.
Presenter: Dr. Bobby Butler
Dr. Butler is a highly respected periodontist with a broad background. He is one of a select group in Seattle who is boarded as a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He has lectured locally and nationally and is published in national journals such as the Journal of the American Dental Association. Currently he contributes to the University of Washington by teaching part-time. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma (Doctor of Dental Surgery) and from the University of Florida (Residency and Certificate in Periodontology). He is also actively involved in several dental societies; such as the American Dental Association, Seattle King County Dental Society, American Academy of Periodontology, The Western Society of Periodontology, the Washington State Society of Periodontists (1997-98 President) and the Pankey Dental Institute.
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