Pikos Symposium 2021

The Business of Full Arch Dentistry

The business of full arch. Full arch immediate implant-supported restorations have been life-changing and have revolutionized the rehabilitation of the edentulous or soon-to-be edentulous patients. This implant solution has been associated with very high levels of patient satisfaction and every dental implant provider should consider its implementation. This presentation will focus on the reality of the business aspect of immediate full-arch fixed implant-supported prosthesis. At the completion of this presentation, the participants should have an understanding of what is involved in the marketing and promoting this service, an understanding of how to present this treatment to patients, and a clear understanding of the financial realities of providing this service at a very high level.

Learning Objectives:
• Participants should have an understanding of what is involved in the marketing and promoting of immediate fixed full arch treatment
• Participants should have an understanding of how to present full arch treatment to patients
• Participants should have a clear understanding of the financial realities of providing this service at a very high level

Dr. Steven Bongard Biography

Dr. Steven Bongard obtained his DDS degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in 1986. His professional interest has been concentrated on all aspects of implant dentistry since 1995. He has extensive experience in implant placement, bone grafting procedures as well as the prosthetic component of implant restoration.

He has published and lectured both nationally and internationally on implant placement, All-on-4® “Guided” implant surgery and alternative implant solutions. He presently maintains a dental practice in Toronto that is exclusive to the placement and restoration of dental implants.

His recent focus has been on developing a community resource and training centre that can provide access to innovative implant solutions for predictable same-day treatment of the severely atrophic edentulous patient.

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