Genesis Implant Prosthodontic
Online/On-Demand Module

Implant Prosthodontics is a prosthodontic treatment solution with a surgical component. This on demand didactic content covers the important details associated with the pre-surgical and pre-prosthetic patient determinants that are critical to a successful treatment outcome. The steps required for appropriate diagnosis, digital and analog workflows, prosthetic design considerations and insertion protocols are discussed in detail in the following modules.

Prosthodontic Curriculum

  1. Pre-surgical prosthodontic planning
    a. Concept of prosthetically driven treatment
    b. Overview of digital implant planning (digital records and smart fusion)
    c. Implant positioning parameters and impact of restorative outcomes
    d. Brief overview of guided surgery techniques
    e. Case examples
  2. Pre-restorative assessment
    a. Parameters of implant health
    b. Considerations for provisional implant restorations
    c. Provisional implant restoration fabrication (step-by-step)
    d. Impression component selection
  3. Final impressions for single-unit implant restorations
    a. Analog impression techniques:
       i. Open tray impression technique (step-by-step)
       ii. Closed tray impression technique (step-by-step)
       iii. Customized impression coping (step-by-step)
    b. Digital impression techniques:
       i. Understanding scan bodies
       ii. Common errors and other considerations
    c. Additional records and shade selection
  4. Design considerations for implant restorations
    a. Emergence profile and biologic response
    b. Components and material selection for:
       i. Translucency and aesthetics
       ii. Biologic stability
       iii. Versatility and retrievability
       iv. Strength and longevity
    c. Morphology and occlusion
    d. Clinical examples
  5. Manufacturing for implant restorations
    a. Lab communication and prescriptions
    b. Analog workflow
    c. Digital workflow
  6. Insertion of single-unit implant restorations
    a. Managing interproximal contacts
    b. Modifying emergence profiles
    c. Adjusting occlusion
    d. Access hole closure (step-by-step)
  7. Considerations for multiple-unit implant restorations

          a. Prosthesis Design
             i. Screw retained vs. cement-retained restorations
             ii. Implant level vs abutment level restorations
             iii. Component selection
             iv. Synthetic gingiva with pink
          b. Impression taking
             i. Analog
             ii. Digital
          c. Prosthesis insertion

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*This Course is intended for

General Dentists.*

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Course Name

Genesis Implant Prosthodontic Online/On-Demand Module


(CAD)$895 Plus Applicable taxes


Speaker : Dr. David Powell

CE Credit: 10 Hours of CE Credits
AGD Course Code: 690





Cancellation & Refund Policy

In case of cancellation by registrant, refunds will be issued if received no later than two weeks prior to the start of the first session. Genesis Continuing Dental Education reserves the right to program cancellation and will not be responsible for expenses incurred by registrant.


Nationally approved PACE Program

Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit.

Approval does not imply acceptance by

any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement.

10/1/2021 to 9/30/25

Provider ID# 377199