The use of High Performance Polymers within Implantology

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The use of High Performance Polymers within Implantology

The presentation will cover the use of high performance polymers, showing specifically their use when restoring large implant cases. The possible benefits of using high performance polymers will be highlighted. An insight will be given into the processing of the material from the technical aspect along with an overview of the required clinical steps. A comparison will be presented between CAD/CAM metal frameworks, laboratory cast options and high performance polymers. The cases presented will be constructed using BioHPP from Bredent. The use of the material from immediate loading of implants in a day to the provision of the definitive restoration will be shown.

Aims

  • to make the delegates aware of the possible use of high performance polymer restorations
  • to present an insight into the clinical and technical stages of the construction of full arch cases using high performance polymer
  • to compare the use of high performance polymers to more recognised techniques

speaker – Steve Taylor

Steve Taylor

Runs a commercial laboratory in Leyland which he opened in 1989. Is also qualified as a Clinical Dental Technician. Has a Diploma in Technical Implantology from MMU. Is currently chairman of the British Institute of Dental and Surgical Technologists, is also the technician representative on the board of the BACD.

Venue – Corinthian Club Glasgow

The Corinthian Club

The Corinthian Club
191 Ingram Street
Merchant City
Glasgow
G1 1DA

www.thecorinthianclub.co.uk

Registration Closed
1 Day Educational Meeting
1 October 2015 12:00 am - 12:00 am
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Non-Members £295.00
2 CPD Hours