BVOMS & Straumann Annual Meeting
Restoratively Driven Implant Failure: Prevention, Maintenance and Technical Solution
Friday, JANUARY 25, 2019
Implant failures cannot be attributed to excess cement alone, this 2 part lecture will address other common causes of restorative implant complications and failures. Many of these can be associated with the restorative treatment that was undertaken. An intimate understanding of proper restorative procedures can help us avoid costly complications and failures. We will give solutions that will be practical and that can be implemented on Monday morning. Protocols will be discussed that will make restoring full arch or single-unit implant restorations more predictable and more enjoyable.
Dr. Robert Piñeyro
Dr. Piñeyro received his dental degree from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara. He then completed a 2 year AEGD program in at the University of Rochester Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, New York. He later completed his Prosthodontic specialty program at the same institution. He is currently in a private practice limited to prosthodontics in downtown Seattle, Washington. He is also an affiliate faculty at the University of Washington. Dr. Piñeyro is past president of the prestigious Washington State Society of Prosthodontists and holds memberships in several dental organizations including the America Dental Association, American Prosthodontic Society, American College of Prosthodontists and Washington State Dental Society. Dr. Piñeyro has authored several publications in peer reviewed journals. He has lectured nationally and internationally on several topics related to clinical prosthodontics and implant dentistry.