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Peter Wöhrle

Biography

Dr. Peter Wöhrle received the DMD degree from Harvard University, School of Dental Medicine. He received his Specialty Certificate in Prosthodontics and a Specialty Certificate in Implant Dentistry at Harvard. In addition, he completed a four-year dental technician program in Switzerland. At Harvard, he worked with others on developing the concept of Immediate Loading with Brånemark implants. Later, he applied these principles to the single tooth and the concept of immediate tooth replacement. He lectures worldwide, and his practice in Newport Beach provides state-of-the-art facilities including on-site CAT scanning, computer-assisted treatment planning and minimally invasive guided implant placement interrelating the areas of implant surgery, implant prosthodontics and dental implant technology in patient care.

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Dr. Wöhrle discusses how to use digital workflows in your implant practice, utilizing data acquisition by means of CBCT and surface scanning to create predictable implant treatment. He uses clinical examples to demonstrate how to use digital tools for treatment planning and using...

Radiology
Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
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Digital implant planning and placement is here to stay as it delivers more efficient care with consistently better outcomes, especially in the partially edentulous patient. Placing an implant that is “restorable” is no longer the aspiration. With today’s technology one can do...

Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
CAD/CAM
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How can we minimize treatment planning errors and maximizing the prosthetic and esthetic outcome? Recent advances in digital applications have focused on the integration of the diagnostic phase, surgical implant placement and prosthetic reconstruction. 3D radiographic data sets,...

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How can we treat patients more effectively, and with a better outcome? Dr Wöhrle presents how to optimize treatment planning with the final prosthetic design in mind, minimize surgical and prosthetic errors, optimize patient communication, and explains an integrated, digital...
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Adequate patient assessment, diagnostics and treatment planning are crucial for long-term successful clinical results. Procedures should be outcome-driven, predictability means success. The lecturers present the integrated workflow with NobelClinician and its use in combination...
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The lecture reviews the challenges in relation to restoring multiple missing anterior teeth with implants. The goal is to achieve harmony and continuity of soft tissues in visible areas defined by perceived symmetry. Problems are related with change in underlying anatomy upon...
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The lecture reviews the parameters for soft tissue management around implants. The implant insertion depth targets to place the implants in relationship to the future free gingival margin, influenced by the implant design such as connection type, platform shift and size discrepancy...