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Implantology Breakthroughs for the GP Part II

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  • PREMIUM Course


In the second part of this two-part video, Dr. Frank will demonstrate multiple implant efficiency techniques used by top tier GP practices in the US today.  A focus on minimally invasive procedures allows the clinician to easily incorporate these productive procedures into an already busy bread and butter general practice.  You will view cases that detail the procedures that are most amenable to immediately incorporating into a GP practice. Namely the 5 minute implant, abutment and crown procedure and the 1-drill implant procedure.


Please note: No Financial relationship between HDiQ Dental and any product mentioned in this program exist.

Placed on site: 11/1/12  Expiration date: 10/1/2015


Objectives cover both Part 1 and Part 2.

  1. Identify the suitable clinical situations for and learn to complete the 5 flapless/sutureless soft-tissue surgical implant access procedures (to include the highspeed handpiece approach and min-envelope procedures)
  2. Be able to identify clinical situations where an implant can be predictably placed into the site of a freshly extracted tooth with the use of only one drill to complete the procedure.
  3. Provide the order in which to proceed in cases involving general dentistry (crown and bridge work) and the five minute implant, abutment and crown procedure.
  4. Outline the use of the 1 drill implant procedure as it relates to both overdenture cases as well as simple single unit implant, abutment and crown restorations.




  1. Site #30 and #31, 5-minute implant, abutment and crown procedure
  2. Multiple implants with crown and bridge using the mini-envelope
  3. Five maxillary implants using three efficiency techniques with a final prosthetic of a removable, implant retained denture
  4. Immediate implant after extraction