Course Objectives (2 CE Credits)
With the advent of the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System (Glidewell Laboratories), practitioners can utilize prefabricated custom temporary components to provide patient-specific temporization and contoured healing, and a matching custom impression coping that communicates final gingival architecture to the dental laboratory. Add to these the implant, surgical drills, a prosthetic guide, final custom abutment and final restoration, and this solution incorporates all of the principal components needed to place, provisionalize and restore the implant.
With their in-depth look at this new product and service, Drs. Bradley Bockhorst and Darrin Wiederhold examine the following features and benefits:
- Restorative-driven predictability
- Streamlined workflow
- Custom temporization with clinical adaptability
- Enhanced communication of gingival architecture
- Comprehensive package with built-in savings
With edentulous numbers on the rise and patients becoming increasingly dental savvy, the demand for clinicians who can provide quality implant services continues to grow. But complex treatment modalities can make it difficult to serve patients efficiently while still maintaining a high quality of care. Featuring surgical, custom temporary and final restorative components in a single, comprehensive package, the Inclusive Tooth Replacement System utilizes restorative-driven concepts to deliver a highly efficient, predictable and affordable method of both placing and restoring dental implants.
CAUTION: When viewing the techniques, procedures, theories and materials that are presented, you must make your own decisions about specific treatment for patients and exercise personal professional judgment regarding the need for further clinical testing or education and your own clinical expertise before trying to implement new procedures.