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Dental implant success: Evaluating important concepts
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Alternative & Integrative Medicine

ISSN: 2327-5162

Open Access

Dental implant success: Evaluating important concepts


International Conference on Restorative & Alternative Medicine

October 24-25, 2016 Chicago, USA

Ricardo A Boyce

Brooklyn Hospital Center, USA

Keynote: Altern Integr Med

Abstract :

The success of dental implants has improved over the years. After 1986, a revised criterion was used for evaluating the success of dental implants. Since then literature (from PubMed) and specifically, systematic reviews are implementing new parameters to evaluate dental implant success. A notable addition is the patient satisfaction with the dental implants. A patient├ó┬?┬?s ability to bite, chew foods, is basic necessity and quality of life that should never be overlooked by any health professional. This presentation will take a closer look at four concepts of dental implant success. This presentation will also explore areas to prevent failures at the time of treatment planning.

Biography :

Ricardo A Boyce has completed his graduation from Meharry Medical College, School of Dentistry in Nashville, Tennessee. He has completed a General Practice Residency in 2001 from St. Joseph Medical Center in Reading, Pennsylvania. In 2003, he has completed his Residency and Fellowship in Oral Medicine from University of Pennsylvania and Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, respectively. He is the Director of the General Practice Residency at Brooklyn Hospital Center, USA. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University, College of Dentistry. He has published articles and chapters on a variety of topics in dentistry.

Email: raboycedds@yahoo.com

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