Immediate implant placement and loading is a practice that continues to gain traction in the field of implant dentistry, largely driven by patients and clinicians to reduce treatment time and improve satisfaction. Although implant survival rates are high with immediately placed implants, there is often an increase in complications and a lack of primary implant stability.
How can we improve these issues, to meet the needs of both patients and clinicians? And, can we always deliver immediate treatment for patients seeking it?
This webinar will discuss indications, contraindications, and specific protocols for immediate implant placement. It will focus on diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical techniques, and materials to facilitate predictability and long-term success with immediate implants. With increasing demand for immediate implant placement and loading, we must meet the demands of our patients without compromising function, esthetics, and long-term stability.