Dental implant injuries to adjacent teeth: Beware – Be warned – Be prepared!
SMC Conference & Function Centre
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2 February, 2022 - 6:00 pm
Non-Member fee REDUCED – attend for only $99 and enjoy a scrumptious 3-course dinner and specially paired wine during the lecture. We have arranged up to 4 sqm space per participant to ensure everyone’s health and safety.
Students are encouraged to book and attend for free by RSVP’ing for the student ticket below. If a paying member cancels last minute you get to enjoy their dinner.
It is generally accepted that dental implants are a well-documented and predictable treatment
modality for the replacement of missing teeth. However, despite the best care and management, a
certain percentage of patients will experience complications. A great deal of attention has been paid to serious complications such as life-threatening haemorrhage, nerve injuries and peri-implantitis. This presentation will focus on one of the most often overlooked, under-reported and ‘swept under the carpet” complications …. injury to adjacent teeth.
- Neurosensory and blood supply disturbance to teeth adjacent to dental implants
- Clinical scenarios where this ‘complication” is more likely to happen
- How to manage injury to an adjacent tooth……when (not ‘if’) it happens
- Who is best to fix the problem…… an endodontist, oral surgeon or prosthodontist?
- Prevention of potentially serious consequences of injuring an adjacent tooth… for both the patient and the clinician! ☹
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