Predictable Full-Arch Guided Surgery (Hands-on)​

Predictable Full-Arch Guided Surgery (Hands-on)

2-Day (16 CE) Immersive Implant Experience

Full-arch implant surgery aims to rehabilitate patients with terminal dentition. The All-on-X concept employs four or more implants supporting a precisely fabricated full-arch prosthesis. This overview course will review clinical indications, submission process, clinical timelines and clinical results

Next Event

March 10-11, 2023

7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. [EST]

Philadelphia, PA


16 CE


Successful implant surgery is reliant upon accurate position of the implant and its prosthetic components. Surgical guides can be fabricated from CBCT images and digital treatment plans to make ideal implant placement a simple reality.

How accurate is guided surgery? What does the research prove?
If I routinely perform single implant placements, how complicated is the jump to predictable All-on-X full-arch therapy? Who can assist me in planning cases and fabricating surgical guides?

Complete integrated workflows will be reviewed step by step to take the participants through assisted guided implant planning to prosthetic placement. Having a great team that’s fully integrated is the key to success.

Full-arch implant surgery aims to rehabilitate patients with terminal dentition. The All-on-X concept employs four or more implants supporting a precisely fabricated full-arch prosthesis.

This innovative modality will revolutionize your full-arch cases and help propel you and your practice to deliver efficient, precise and straightforward treatment to your patients.

This procedure is particularly designed for doctors seeking to maximize chairside efficiency through same-day, immediate-load restorative protocols which are both practical and predictable.

This comprehensive clinical workshop will get you to master the fundamentals of All-on-X surgical and prosthetic workflows using advanced protocols for edentulous cases.

Through hands-on practice, you’ll learn diagnosis, treatment planning, digital workflow, prosthetically-driven implant placement and immediate loading of provisional prosthesis.

Practice benchtop fully-guided implant surgery by following along a detailed, step-by-step clinical demo under the guidance and supervision of certified experts.

Course Objectives

Review of guided implant surgery options.

Review of the advantages and disadvantages of guided surgery in various clinical conditions.

Review of digital and analog workflows, intraoral scanner advantages and disadvantages and workflows.

Hands-on demonstrations of several common intraoral scanners on the market.

Current clinical research and the step-by-step clinical process of simple and All-on-X full-arch guided surgery.

Hands-on interactive demonstration of predictable full-arch guided surgery on models with guided kits, models, surgical guides and implants.

How to preplan cases to limit complications and how to manage if they arise intraoperatively.

Learn key diagnostic tools and case selection criteria.

Master the advanced stackable systems for fully guided implant placement.

Gain an understanding of functional considerations for stability and esthetics.

Understand the design and fabrication phases of full-arch provisionalization.

Bone grafting options and techniques and osseodensification protocols


Paul Mozer, DDS, MSc, DICOI

Dr. Paul Mozer graduated from Buffalo School of Dental Medicine where he received academic distinction and clinical commendations. He conducted oral cancer research at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and completed a residency at New York Medical College.

Dr. Mozer has a Master of Science Degree in Oral Implantology from the University of Frankfurt Goethe Dental School, where he is now on faculty lecturing on guided implant surgery and serves as a Clinical Supervisor and Advisor to Master Thesis candidates.

Dr. Mozer is also on the faculty of the AAID Maxicourse in Boston, The Implant Institute of Australia, St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany and the VA Hospital in Buffalo. He has conducted clinical research in 3D static and robotic guided implant surgery and is both a Diplomate and Fellow in International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

Dr. Nathan Doyel graduated from OHSU dental school in 1997 with honors. He has been honored as a “Top Dentist” in Oregon for many years and is the founder of Deserving Smile, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to reconstructing entire smiles for deserving individuals. He has been an innovator with the “Trial Smile”, a technique developed for full mouth reconstruction to ensure ideal results.

Dr Doyel also has extensive training in sinus lifts, bone augmentation, bone expansion and grafts, guided surgery, periodontics, periodontal therapy, gum grafts, and laser therapy. Dr. Doyel is a Fellow with the AAID and Diplomate with the ABOI/ID.

Nathan Doyel, DMD, FAAID,


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