Paul Mozer, DDS
Wednesday, April 1st – 6 pm to 9:00 pm – 3 CREDIT HOURS
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“The Importance of Implant Design and Implant Placement Precision”
With so many implant designs on the market today, how does one know which implant design to select? Should it vary based upon clinical conditions? The importance of external implant shape, thread design, implant surface treatments and implant-abutment connections will be reviewed as it relates to primary stability and optimal bone healing. Once the implant design is chosen, how can it be placed into the most ideal location simply and predictably? Guided surgery can be a useful tool in one’s surgical arsenal. Overview of guided surgery options will be reviewed.
- Review of implant macrostructure and micro-design options
- Review of implant surface treatment options
- The history and evolution of implant-abutment connection design
- Overview of guided surgery, what is out there and how do I start
This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by
Adin Dental Solutions USA, Inc
Paul Mozer, DDS
Dr. Paul Mozer graduated from the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine where he received academic distinction and clinical commendations. He conducted oral cancer research at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and completed a residency at New York Medical College. Dr. Mozer has a Master of Science degree in Oral Implantology from the University of Frankfurt Goethe Dental School, has conducted clinical research in 3D guided implant surgery and is both a Diplomate and Fellow in ICOI. Dr. Mozer is on faculty at the University of Frankfurt as a Clinical Supervisor and Masters Thesis Advisor. He is the principal clinician of a multi-specialty private practice focusing on static and robotic guided implant surgery and the incorporation of digital technology as a means of enhancing treatment efficiency and clinical outcomes.