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Using Technology in Implant Dentistry (preview)

Implant dentistry can enhance the quality of our patients lives. Whether replacing a single tooth or an entire edentulous arch, advancements in technology such as CBCT, planning software, and CAD-CAM allow us to virtually develop a restorative driven treatment plan that produces predictable results.
- Understand CBCT and planning software

- How to attract implant patients

- Immediate provisionalization , impressions, and final prosthetic


DAVID A. LITTLE, D.D.S., received his dental degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Dental School in 1984. His private practice in San Antonio, Texas focuses on cosmetic and full mouth restorations including restoring dental implants.

Dr. Little’s approach to dentistry began quite simply as a vision for merging conservatism and progressiveness in a practice that focuses on total patient care through a team concept. The vision included designing and building an office that would offer complete dental care under one roof. An orthodontist, an oral surgeon, a periodontist, and a dentist providing endodontic therapy with an on-site lab - all work in close proximity for efficiency and for the convenience of the patient.

In addition to his practice, Dr. Little is co-founder of two companies which complement his expansive vision for dentistry. One is Dental Team Concepts, a continuing education company whose programs use interactive formats to integrate proven dentistry with 21st century materials and techniques. The other is Dynamic Dental Graphics, which offers dentists effective patient-education tools relating to all phases of dentistry --“before” and “after” posters, recall cards, morphing DVDs, and a “smiles” book. All of the tools graphically illustrate treatment possibilities available to patients.

Last reviewed on: 09/01/2014 | Expire date: 08/31/2019