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Confirmation of a Conical Connection in Function: Radiographic, Clinical, and CBCT Evaluation Determining Tissue Stability


September 16, 2010
by Oral Health



Interactive Webinar Featuring Barry Goldenberg, DMD, MS

WHO:        Barry Goldenberg, DMD, MS presented by DENTSPLY Tulsa Dental Specialties

WHAT:      FREE Interactive Webinar worth 1 CE Credit
With over 20 years of clinical usage, implants featuring conical connections are redefining success in implant dentistry. They go beyond delivering viable, long-lasting outcomes to help you achieve beautiful, long-lasting esthetics. The difference is the unique conical connection. Clinical studies show the conical connection provides long-term stability for both hard and peri-implant soft tissue. The conical connection is also resilient to material fatigue and shows no micromovement. The results are long-lasting esthetic outcomes you can achieve with confidence.
                    Learn about the proven benefits of the conical connection:
                    • Superior mechanical stability
                    • Low incidence of failure and biomechanical complications
                    • Absence of microgap
                    • Absence of micromovement
                    • Platform switching concept advantages 

WHEN:       Thursday, September 23, 2010
                     7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. central

WHERE:    Register online at: http://onlinece.tulsadental.com
                    Webcast is limited to 300 participants
                    An e-mail will follow online registration containing a link to the webinar event.

About Dr. Goldenberg
Dr. Goldenberg graduated from Washington University School of Dental Medicine in 1982. He has been restoring implants since 1986 in his St. Louis County private practice, which is limited to Prosthodontics and Implant Reconstruction. Dr. Goldenberg is a member of the American College of Prosthodontists, the ADA, and the Academy of Osseointegration. He is also a Fellow in the ICOI and a Master in the IPS section of the ICOI.