Interdisciplinary planning to avoid pitfalls in implant based dentistry for single unit, multiple units, and full mouth rehabilitations
About this SeminarImplant-based restorations have revolutionized our ability to provide patients with both aesthetic and functional restorations. With innovations in materials and digital technology, we can now offer a more seamless approach to treatment than ever before. However, it's crucial to understand that basic principles are essential, and an interdisciplinary approach can help eliminate or reduce complications.
In this lecture, we'll present the successes and failures we've encountered as a restorative and surgical team over the past six years. We'll discuss best practices for achieving optimal results using both conventional and digital workflows. It's worth emphasizing the importance of communicating with your dental lab technician during this process, as it can benefit the patient greatly.
We'll also highlight the consensus from current evidence-based literature to support our recommendations. By adopting these best practices and principles, we can ensure that patients receive the most effective and efficient implant-based restorations possible.
DMD, MS, FRCD(C), Dip. ABP
About Dr. Sharath Chandra V Chedella
Dr. Sharath Chandra V Chedella is a RCDC board certified Prosthodontist who received his Dental Degree from Kuvempu University in 2001. Upon completing his degree he worked as a general dentist for next 5 years. In 2006, he moved to the U.S.A to study Dental Biomaterials at Marquette University School of Dentistry, Milwaukee, WI. He received a Master of Science degree in Dental Biomaterials in 2008, and was also awarded Raynor Fellowship for his academic excellence. He then completed his residency in OroFacial Pain/TemporoMandibular Disorders at the Eastman Institute for Oral Health in 2012.This was followed by a 3-year postdoctoral residency program in Prosthodontics specialty that completed in 2016, where he was the recipient of the Dr. Gerald N Graser Award for clinical excellence.
Most recently he served as a Clinical Instructor in the Prosthodontics Department at the University Of Toronto Faculty Of Dentistry and has a passion for providing exceptional patient care in the area removable, fixed and implant-based prosthodontic treatment in addition to TMJ disorders for needy patients in close collaboration with the referring dentist.