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Implant Complication @NorCal

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Topic Covered

  • Loose fixation screw
  • Stripped fixation screw
  • Broken fixation screw
  • Drilling out fractured implant
  • Broken abutment
  • How to remove fractured implant
  • Achieving better implant esthetics
  • Using an implant to orthodontically move adjacent teeth
  • Treating peri-implant mucositis
  • Treating peri-implantitis
  • Grafting around implant apex bone loss
  • Grafting around failing implants-moderate to advanced crestal bone loss
  • Prosthetic problems with All-on X cases
  • Treating very resorbed ridges with screw retained Trinia framework FPD
  • Treating areas of previously failed implant/s with focus on posterior maxilla

Implant Complication

As dentists become more proficient and experienced at implantology, more complex situations can arise. From simple prosthetic issues such as loose fixation screws, to more complex issues of fractured implants, screws, and or abutments, it is good to have a working knowledge of how to solve these issues. Additionally, biologic problems such as peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis maybe be able to be managed successfully. Grafting around failing implants can be very helpful in saving fixtures. Tackling implant complications can be frustrating but it also can create opportunity for a doctor to become a better implantologist. Many of these incidents may not happen that frequently but if you have an idea of what steps to take to correct the problem, it can make the solution easier. Additionally, patients will feel you are an expert in being able to handle their problem.  Being in a dedicated implant practice for over 20 years has afforded me many opportunities to see and remedy problems. I hope my knowledge and stories can help my colleagues feel more comfortable in trying to solve complications. Any doctor who places implants, beginner or intermediate, will become more aware of solutions, tools, tricks, and tips to not be so intimidated if something goes sideways.


Call (323) 617-4141 or E-mail [email protected] for additional information.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Refunds are granted only if a written cancellation notification is received within 31 days before the course. 50% of the tuition minus processing fee will be refunded if cancellation occurs within 21 days before this course. No refund is granted afterwards. A $75 fee is withheld for processing. Cancellation must be notified in writing by emailing [email protected].


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