Prosthetic Program
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Partial Edentulous Fixed Prosthetic Options Removable and Fixed Full Arch Prosthetic Options
The Misch International Implant Institute™ was developed in 1984 to help set and elevate the standard of care in implant dentistry using a hands-on approach. Now world renown, the Institute’s goal is to remain at the forefront of implant dentistry through research, education and its unique clinical applications. Using these tools and a well-trained faculty, the Institute is able to provide its students with the most progressive and documented information.
Carl E. Misch, BS, DDS, MDS, PhD (hc), FACD, FICD
Carl E. Misch is Clinical Professor and past Director of Dental Implants at Temple University, Kornberg School of Dental Medicine. He is co-chairman of the International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI), the worlds largest implant organization. He has written four textbooks on Implant dentistry, both on surgery and prosthetics, which have become the most popular books in all of dentistry. He was the Director of the Oral Implantology Residency Program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine from 1989 to 1996. Dr. Misch has maintained a private practice restricted to implant surgery (bone grafting and implant placement) and related prosthetics for more than 25 years.
This Implant Prosthetic Program was developed for practitioners whose primary interest is the restorative phase of implant dentistry. The “Team Approach” is emphasized and many surgeons and periodontists find this program enhances their relationship with their referring doctors. Participants attend specific lectures on implant diagnosis, treatment planning and patient evaluation, as well as all prosthetic phases of implant treatment. It is divided into three sessions consisting of lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions for both removable and fixed prosthodontics. Dr. Misch’s book will be provided at Session 1 and handouts at each session relating to the covered topics.
To enroll or for more information:
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Prosthetic Program
P1 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Course Topics:
• Rationale for Implants • Prosthetic Options • Bone Volume – Available Bone • Posterior Single Tooth Implant • Stress Factors • Treatment Plan Modifiers • Implant Success and Failure • Radiographic Diagnostic Interpretation • Stress and Treatment Planning • Pre-implant Prosthodontics • Bone Density and Treatment Planning • Templates and Study Casts • Biomaterials and Biomechanics • Treatment Planning Session • Implant Number / Prosthesis • Implant Economics • Laboratories – workshops • Computerized Tomography Workshop • Crown Height Space Considerations
P2 Partial Edentulous Fixed Prosthetic Options
Course Topics:
• Fixed Prosthetic Options • Anterior Single Tooth Implants • Cemented Prostheses Principles • Abutment Selection for Cemented Prosthesis • Prosthesis Fabrication, Direct and Indirect Technique • Implant Protective Occlusion • Joining Implants To Teeth • Occlusal Materials • Progressive Bone Loading • Occlusal Evaluation • Attachments for Fixed Prostheses • Abutment Screw Loosening • Common Complications in Implants Prosthetics • Implant Design Rationale • Treatment Planning Options for FPD • Treatment Planning Session • Dental Photography • Color Scheme Selection • Laboratories – workshops
P3 Removable and Fixed Full Arch Prosthetic Options
Course Topics:
• Removable Prosthetic Options • Generic Terminology of Implant Components and overdentures • Cement vs. Screw In Prostheses: Indications and Complications • Implant Overdentures for the Maxilla • Implant Overdentures for the Mandible • Step-by-Step Removable Prosthesis Fabrication • Bar Design and Attachment Selection • Overdenture, Prosthetics Movement/ Attachments • Treatment Planning the Maxilla • Maxillary Denture Opposing Mandibular Implant Overdentures • Premaxillary Implant Prosthetics • Screw-Retained Prostheses • Treatment Planning Session • Mandibular Overdenture transformed to a fixed prosthesis • Laboratories – workshops • Immediate Loading

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