Dana Marzocco, DMD
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Implant Provisionals – From Concept to Design
As more practitioners are placing implants, there is more to restore! It is very common for teeth to be removed with no plan for interim or provisional restorations. There is a challenge to transition from edentulous or partial edentulous area to finished restoration. Using implant provisionals helps to “map out” tooth shape and form. This is important in any implant treatment, from a single tooth restoration to full mouth rehabilitation.
This is a crucial step often skipped. Implant provisionals help to identify potential problems and reduce the amount of alterations and even re-makes of your final restoration.
- Utilization of provisionals to plan implant restorative treatment.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Identify a treatment where implant provisionals are necessary.
- Trouble-shoot issues in the provisional stage.
- Be integral in designing final implant restoration design.
- Correct and minimize problems or issues that arise with definitive implant restorations.
Dana Marzocco, DMD
Dr. Marzocco is a Clinical Professor at Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine. At Stony Brook, she is presently involved in teaching DDS academic courses and supervises patient care in the DDS undergraduate dental clinic. Additionally, she is involved in SBSDM team conducting and presenting dental implant research.
Presently, Dr. Marzocco pursues continuing education courses for general dentists via participating with local dental study groups. Dr. Marzocco is a member of the American College of Prosthodontists, Int’l Association for Dental Research, American Dental Association and the Nassau County Dental Society. Dr. Marzocco has lectured for study groups, residency training programs, and also has presented her ongoing implant research projects at the American Association for Dental Research Meetings.