Paul Mozer, DDS
Wednesday, April 1st – 6 pm to 9:00 pm – 3 CREDIT HOURS
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“Predictable Guided Surgery from Single to Full Arch Implants”
Successful dental implant outcomes can in large measure be attributed to surgical technique and the position of the implant and its prosthetic components. Surgical guides can be fabricated from highly accurate cone beam imaging in conjunction with digital prosthetic treatment planning to transfer the ideal surgical and prosthetic treatment plan to the surgical field. Does this technique save us time, how accurate is guided surgery and how cost effective is it? Can I do it on my own and if not who can assist me in planning cases and fabricating surgical guides? Clinical research will be presented that will review guided implant surgery under various clinical conditions.
- Review of the history and options for guided implant surgery
- Review of digital workflow for guided surgery
- The advantages and disadvantages of guided surgery in various clinical conditions
- Review of clinical research studies on guided surgery
- Making the case for guided surgery as the standard of care
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.