CADS CE Social Club: Facially Driven Immediate Implant Rehabilitation: Analog and Digital Workflows

3/1/2023 • 1.75 CEUs
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The workflows involved in immediate implant rehabilitation require optimal proficiency in key elements of reconstructive dentistry namely; digital smile design, surgical planning and prosthetic protocols (both analogue and digital).The ability to deliver the perfect prosthetic solution starts with digitalising the patient allowing the facilitation of digital smile design. Digital dentistry has made the planning process not only predictable but incredibly accurate, thus making the surgical process a seamless integration. This lecture will cover a step by step from the initial planning to the delivery of the immediate prosthesis, concluding with the complete digital workflow of the Zirconia hybrid upgrade.

Learning Objectives
  • The importance of digitising the patient for complex treatment and digital smile design
  • Facially driven prosthetics guiding surgical planning
  • Fixed prosthetic options and the varying protocols

Dr. Fadi Yassmin:

Dr. Fadi Yassmin graduated from Sydney University in 1993 and has since then developed a reputation of one of the leading dental implant and cosmetic practitioners in Sydney. With a Masters in Aesthetic Dentistry from Kings College London, is a Master Clinician in Implantology (gIDE UCLA) and a post graduate diploma in orthodontics from thre city of London Dental School he ensures that he keeps up to date with all current treatment techniques and that he and his staff are committed to serving the needs of their patients. He is a Digital Smile Design instructor and KOL along with being a KOL for Dental Monitoring which is a leader in the AI space in dentistry and newly appointed Straumann KOL in the aesthetic space due to his profound knowledge of multi-disciplinary treatments


6:30pm to 9:30pm

6:30pm Dinner
6:30pm- 7:30pm: Video of Course
7:30pm- 8:00pm: Break
8:00pm- 9:30pm: Completion of course and discussion

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