Dr. Paul  Anstey

Current and Future Concepts in Implant Site Development, Precision Guided Planning and Implant Placement

Saturday, October 22, 2016 | Time: 11:00AM - 1:00PM PDT
CDE Credits: 2.00 Teaching Methods: Lecture; Live Online or Self-Instructional Video Length: 2 hours
PDL is an ADA CERP recognized provider. PDL designates this activity for 2.00 hours continuing dental education credit.
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  • Webinar Title: Current and Future Concepts in Implant Site Development, Precision Guided Planning and Implant Placement
  • Presenter: Dr. Paul Anstey
  • Date Recorded: October 22nd, 2016
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • CDE Credits: 2 CDE credits will be issued by Pure Dental Learning



There is a lot of misunderstanding, skewed “science”, and misrepresentation about the facts and potential of certain materials to “grow” bone. Osseous site development in small, medium and large defects requires a deep understanding of the science for correct choices and long-term success in each and every case. Controversies still exist about which materials to use for long-term success in this regard. Grafting extraction sockets is another area of controversy that should not exist. Soft tissue site development and restorative design around dental implants are other critical components of the process that are often overlooked.

These three components, when not correctly addressed, can lead to reduced potential for long-term dental implant success with the resultant compromise in outcome, subclinical infection and negative effect on our patients’ overall health.

Precision-Guided 3D Implant Planning is a cutting edge development that is unfortunately misrepresented and sorely under-utilized. Advancements in this arena are exciting, as the technology surrounding these protocols has improved dramatically over the years.

This presentation will help the clinician understand and navigate the pitfalls and traps of implant dentistry. Controversies and misunderstandings in the field of dental implants will be discussed with the goal of helping develop total clarity in this regard.

At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees will have developed a precise and predictable protocol for implant site development, 3D CAD/CAM implant planning, precision placement and success based on the science and advancing developments in the field.

Course Outline



At the conclusion of this presentation the attendees will be empowered to:

  1. Recognize the difference between predictable and unpredictable osseous development protocols in sockets, small, medium and large defects.
  2. Know how, where and when to best utilize these different osseous development protocols.
  3. Understand the importance of soft tissue genotype around implants.
  4. Discuss the potential for horizontal and vertical osseous rebuilding in extremely large deficit sites.
  5. Utilize the breakthroughs and predictability of Precision-Guided 3D Planning in mitigating anatomical risk factors and dramatically improving outcomes.
  6. Embrace the intricate association between osseous, soft tissue and restorative protocols and their combined effect on long-term predictability.

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Dr. Paul  Anstey

Dr. Paul Anstey

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Dr. Paul Anstey is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics. He has
lectured nationally, internationally and has served as a part-time faculty
member and clinical lecturer at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He maintains a
practice in Beverly Hills, California specializing in Micro-Endodontics and
Implant Micro-Surgery.

Dr. Anstey completed his general dental training at the University of
Stellenbosch, outside of Cape Town, South Africa in 1989. After six years in
general practice, he went on to specialize in Endodontics at the University
of Southern California. Dr. Anstey further extended his studies in
Implantology at the University of California Los Angeles and then went on to the highest level with micro-surgical and micro-implantology training
through the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry and the Microsurgical
Training Institute.

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Original Release Date: October 22, 2016
Review Date: TBD
*Expiration Date: October 22, 2019

*Self-instructional activities are reviewed at least once every three years, or more frequently if indicated by new scientific developments, to ensure that content is current and accurate.

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