Congress Lecture

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Improving the Predictability – Long-term Outcomes with Implants

Stephen T Chen

This lecture promotes a conservative treatment philosophy of identifying and managing risk for excellent long-term survival and success outcomes. Evidence of 10-year survival and success rates is presented, and factors that can adversely influence treatment outcome are described.

Special emphasis is given to patient risk factors (smoking, poor oral hygiene, history of treated chronic periodontitis, etc.) and their respective odds ratios. The lecture concludes with strategies to reduce the risk of technical, mechanical, biologic, and esthetic complications. 


At the end of this Congress Lecture you should be able to…

  • discuss the evidence for long-term survival and success rates
  • describe factors that improve the predictability and the long-term outcomes of dental implants
  • identify and manage risk factors that adversely influence treatment outcomes
  • discuss strategies to reduce technical, mechanical, biologic, and esthetic complications
Duration
55 minutes
Source
ITI Congress Greece & Cyprus 2015
CPD/CME
0.92 hours
Purchase price
28 Academy Coins
Publication date: May 30, 2016 Last review date: Jan 29, 2019 Next review date: Jan 29, 2022
  • Assessment & Diagnosis
  • Biological Complications
  • Complications
  • Congress Lecture
  • English
  • Esthetic Complications
  • Languages
  • Mechanical/Technical Complications
  • Oral Hygiene
  • Outcomes
  • Patient Factors & Compliance
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Factors
  • Success and Survival
  • Treatment Outcomes & Continuing Care

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