DE Study Club Archived Presentation: Impressions are an integral part of restoring implants, be it a fixed or removable prosthesis. Unlike prosthetics for natural teeth that have a PDL allowing micromovement, implants are rigidly fixated in the bone. An accurate impression not only determines how the prosthesis fits the implants intraorally, but can affect bone stability long-term. The webinar will review how to improve implant impressions for an ideal passive fit, as well as when to use open tray verses closed tray techniques. Educational Objectives: After participating in this program the attendee will be able to: Discussion of when and how to chose open tray verses closed tray impression techniques Material selection based on which impression technique has been selected. Improving how we communicate soft tissue position and emergence profile to the lab. Educational Support Provided by Hager Worldwide.
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