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Sunday, June 9

Session III: Immediate Loading: When and Where for Whom?


All-on-4 Solution for Full-Arch Immediate Function Procedures: Case Selection Criteria, Diagnostically Driven Treatment Planning, and Surgical and Prosthodontic Treatment Protocols for Success


Anthony G. Sclar
Sunday, June 9
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm
Grand Ballroom (Salon A-E)

This presentation will introduce the All-on-4 solution for full-arch immediate function with hybrid restorations as a “patientcentered approach” that provides numerous benefits for patients suffering from complete edentulism and terminal dentition, including immediate function and comfort, unrivaled esthetic dental and facial enhancements, and unsurpassed quality-of-life improvements. Important case selection criteria and diagnostically driven treatment-planning concepts for avoiding complications will be reviewed. Detailed clinical case presentations will help participants distinguish between straightforward, advanced, and complex All-on-4 case types based on patient expectations, location, quality and volume of bone available to support implants, position of the maxillary sinus, location and path of the inferior alveolar and mental nerves, presence of localized bone defects or distant bone mass, and occlusal-biomechanical requirements for success in individual cases. Moreover, the multifaceted surgical and prosthodontic treatment protocols required for successful implementation of the All-on-4 treatment concept will be elucidated. Finally, the use of the All-on-4 solution for management and/or rescue of failed conventional dental reconstructions and implant restorations supported by axially positioned implants will demonstrate the expanded applications of this highly beneficial treatment concept.


Anthony G. Sclar, DMD, is considered a leader around the world in reconstructive and esthetic dental implant surgery. He maintains a private practice in South Florida and founded Integrated Seminars and the Sclar Center for Empowered Dental Implant Learning, where he offers a comprehensive implant curriculum and limited attendance courses for his colleagues and their staff members using unique teaching methodologies, including evidence-based didactic and clinical presentations, live surgery observation, and hands-on surgical skill training. In addition to publishing numerous journal articles and textbook chapters, Dr Sclar authored the hallmark, multilanguage textbook entitled Soft Tissue and Esthetic Considerations in Implant Therapy (Quintessence 2003). He also serves as an editor for the dental implant section of the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and as an adjunct professor and director of clinical research and postgraduate dental implant surgery for the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine.