Wed 29 July 2020
Navigating single implant complexities in the aesthetic zone
Learn how to achieve satisfactory outcomes for single implants in the aesthetic zone.
Achieving satisfactory outcomes for single implants in the aesthetic zone can be challenging. Factors such as bone loss, asymmetry, speech and difficulties in maintenance can play a major role in influencing outcomes. Often, treatment planning and prosthesis design hold the key to finding solutions.
Explore solutions to these problems and the role of single implant provisional restorations in management.
You will learn:
- How to recognise and identify complex single implant cases
- How to plan to circumvent these complexities
- How to manage implant complexities
- The role of temporary single implant restorations.
Presented by Dr Kirthi Kosalram
CPD hours: 1 clinical hour
RSVP by 27 July
After registering for this event, you will receive confirmation of registration. Once registration has closed, you will receive a seperate email with the zoom webinar log on details.
Dr Kirthi Kosalram
Dr Kirthi Kosalram graduated in India and received her Doctorate in Prosthodontics(DCD) from the University of Sydney(2013). She went on to teach prosthodontics at the Universities of Melbourne and Sydney. Kirthi practices in Kew, Victoria. Kirthi has a keen interest in cosmetic rehabilitations, fixed, implant and maxillofacial prosthodontics. She actively lectures and conducts workshops on implantology, fixed prosthodontics, veneers, onlays, crowns, cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry.
Kirthi is a registered ITI speaker and director of the ITI Melbourne Inner-East study club. She was awarded a Fellowship to the International Team for Implantology for her services to the organisation. Kirthi is often contacted to provide opinions on complex dental cases/ scenarios by general dentists and dental specialists.
Kirthi is a supporter of the Peter MacCallum cancer foundation and takes a keen interest in the organisation’s research activities. In addition, Kirthi provides prosthodontic services to victims of domestic violence through the Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF). Outside of work, Kirthi enjoys travelling, fashion, reading, documentaries/movies and spending time with her family.