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Live Webinar: Immediate implant placement and temporization

By Dental Tribune USA
July 21, 2020

Scott Bolding, DDS, MS, and Andrew Johnson, DDS, MDS, CDT, FACP, will offer a one-hour webinar on the immediate temporization of the aesthetic zone using Yomi robotic guidance on Thursday, July 23, at 8 p.m. Eastern time. Johnson and Bolding will discuss using static guides, navigation and robotics when placing implants with immediate temporization in the aesthetic zone. The doctors will also present key tips for achieving good anterior aesthetics using robotically assisted surgery.

“Immediate Implant Placement & Temporization of the Aesthetic Zone Using Yomi Robotic Guidance” is sponsored by Neocis and is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a recognized ADA CERP and AGD PACE provider.

Registration for the webinar is available here.

Dr. Andrew C. Johnson completed his general dental (2010) and prosthodontic training (2013) at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis and now operates a multi-specialty private practice in Rogers, Ark. Along with his specialist certificate, Johnson earned a post-doctoral master’s degree in dental science researching CAD/CAM restorative techniques and emerging digital dental materials. He maintains certifications by both the American Board of Prosthodontics and the National Board for Dental Laboratory Technology, and remains active in dental academics as an adjunct professor and research facilitator with the UTHSC Advanced Prosthodontics Program.

Johnson has been published in multiple scientific dental journals and lectures internationally on a variety of technological developments in dentistry. He consults for a wide range of dental clinicians, suppliers, manufacturers and developers as a thought leader in prosthodontic technology integrations. As a board-certified surgical prosthodontist and denture technician, his clinical practice centers around complex dental implant and prosthetic reconstruction, start to finish — from three-dimensional imaging, virtual treatment planning and computer-guided surgery, to digital prosthesis design, production workflow and long-term complication management. However, his broader professional interests include process scaling, provider calibration and dental mindset disruption.

A native of Arkansas, Dr. Scott “Scotty” L. Bolding attended Baylor College of Dentistry (now Texas A&M College of Dentistry) in Dallas, where he earned his DDS. He earned a postdoctoral master’s degree in craniofacial biology from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and then completed a residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.

Bolding has continued to remain active academically throughout his years in private practice with multiple publications and currently is an associate professor in oral and maxillofacial surgery at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in New Jersey. As an associate professor, he provides didactic and clinical training to the residents and is recognized for his expertise in the area of temporomandibular joint surgery and management of obstructive sleep apnea and upper airway disorders, and robotic surgery.

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