Presenter: Neil Griseto, BA BDentSc



Diagnosis for Dentures / Dentures for Diagnosis

The humble denture is considered by many a vexatious treatment, but an understanding of realistic outcomes for denture treatment can prevent much stress for the dental practitioner. The complete denture is critical in our ability to treatment plan and execute implant therapy for edentulous patients, even with the utilization of digital technology. The presentation will discuss diagnostic considerations for prediction of successful denture treatment, and the use of the diagnostic denture and techniques derived from removable prosthodontics in the execution of implant therapy, including digital techniques that can be used to achieve predictable outcomes for implant prosthetics.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand anatomical expectation for outcome of complete denture therapy.
  2. Optimizing anatomy and impressions for improved outcomes in complete denture therapy.
  3. Importance of modelling the restorative space
  4. Requirements for modelling the restorative space
  5. How to incorporate the modelled restorations into implant treatment planning using analog and digital techniques.
  6. Introduction to advanced digital techniques for treatment planning and execution of full arch implant therapy.

Presenter: Neil Griseto, BA BDentSc

Course Details

CE Hours

2.0 Hours

Subject Code

130 Electives


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