Treatment Options for the Edentulous Patient: Case Scenarios, Part II

Sept. 22, 2016

A Peer-Reviewed Publication Written by Alessandro Geminiani, DDS, MS


The loss of all of the teeth is a life-changing event that brings functional challenges. The treatment options for edentulous patients range from conventional complete dentures to fixed implant-supported restorations of varying complexities. In a case-scenario format, this course will review indications and contraindications for treatment options of the fully edentulous patient.

Educational Objectives

During this course the participant will:

1. Review the options for the rehabilitation of the edentulous patient

2. Review the indications/contraindications of implant-related treatment options

3. Evaluate advantages/disadvantages of fixed vs. removable implant options

4. Establish the most adequate treatment options for an edentulous patient

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