Dental Implant Prosthetics (DNTL-1607)
In this course you will become familiar with prosthetic procedures in single tooth, partially edentulous and fully edentulous implant situations. You will review restorative implant components, preliminary and final impression techniques and provisional restorations for implants and how CAD/CAM technology is used in implant dentistry. You will follow the guidelines and processes as indicated by the Saskatchewan Oral Health Professions authority and implant companies to outline infection prevention and control processes for implant restoration. You will explain the importance of documentation and record keeping as essential elements of professional practice and client care. All skills taught in this course are in accordance with the Saskatchewan Dental Assistants’ Scope of Practice. Pre-Requisite: DNTL-1605
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