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Guided vs. Conventional Implant Surgery - A Restorative Perspective

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In this lecture, Dr. Christopher Marchack describes the utilization of CT guided surgical planning software to optimize communication and design for the delivery of predictably successful implant therapy. Both surgical and restorative perspectives are outlined in great depth to facilitate esthetic as well as occlusal management. In addition, potential complications in the utilization of associated CAD/CAM guided implant placement are also discussed along with techniques to avoid or overcome them.

Date Added:
11/6/2009

Author(s):

Christopher Marchack, DDS Christopher Marchack, DDS
Dr. Christopher Marchack is a 1987 graduate of the University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry. He has received his prosthodontic certificate, in 1992, from the Univ...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (8/21/2011 7:08 AM)

Great lecture thank you very much. One question you mentioned in your lecture that the full cases ended in 2008 and the partially edentulous cases in 2007. is there any reason for this. Do you find you are using this technique more and more or are you tending to use it less and less. thanks again

Danny O'Keefe - (3/25/2010 2:11 PM)

this is the 1st time I have heard that even guided surgery can be off more than 1/10's of a MM. Do you make special appointments to fit the surgical guide before the day of surgery ?

Mark Neale - (11/16/2009 6:23 PM)

Very informative and understandable. Enjoyed listening to this presentation.

fernando munguia - (11/8/2009 9:01 PM)

excellent and clear presentation.

Ashwath Gowda - (11/7/2009 11:14 PM)

Very good presentation... contains a lot, plenty of information for an inquisetive,consciencious and a "practical" clinician to understand, learn, execute and enjoy the pride and ultimate personal satisfaction. Such pride and personal satisfaction are achievable by reaching elevated rates of successful results. Availing advanced diagnostic means and execution of appropriate treatment modalities as presented in this video is a good example.

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