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Lecture 13 of 21


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Prof. Dr. Mario H. Rodriguez-Tizcareño

Fundamental Concepts for the Implementation of Loading  and Immediate Provisionalization Protocols in Oral Implantology

Release Date: June 4th, 2021

CE Credits: 1CE (Self Study)

Provider: Tamimi Academy


  • Coordinator of the High Specialization Program in Surgical and Prosthetic Oral Implantology - National Autonomous University of Mexico

  • Associate Half-Time Professor - National Autonomous University of Mexico

  • Coordinator of the Fellowship Program in Oral Implantology - National Autonomous University of Mexico




Success in the implementation of therapies based on loading protocols and immediate provisionalization in oral implantology requires a solid knowledge of both, biological and prosthetic principles, the way in which these have evolved over time and the way in which they must be applied consistently depending on the different scenarios in order to achieve predictable results in the medium and long term.



The objective of this presentation is to review a series of basic concepts, both biological and restorative in oral implantology, focused on loading and immediate provisionalization and the way in which these have evolved and how they have impacted on the development of more predictable techniques that have the objective of the reconstruction, restitution and maintenance of the peri-implant and prosthetic elements that make up the aesthetic and functional environment of an implant-supported rehabilitation.


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Tamimi Academy designates this activity for 1 continuing education credits.

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