Feb 1, 2019
“The future of implant dentistry will transition to bone guided surgery more than prosthetic guided surgery,” Dr. Gilbert Tremblay.
Becoming an implant dentist was a no-brainer for AAID Northeast District Trustee, Dr. Gilbert Tremblay. Shortly after completing his studies, Dr. Tremblay started a course in Canada dedicated to dental implants. Then, at his first AAID Annual Conference, Dr. Tremblay took first place in the Table Clinics. That then led to speaking at an AAID meeting…which then led to a Journal of Oral Implantology article. It was a no-brainer to the world that Dr. Tremblay landed right in the field he was always meant to be.
Dr. Domingue uncovers Dr. Tremblay’s plan B when troubleshooting, whether or not dentists need to use a bone graft, and his take on zygomas. To see Dr. Tremblay and several other world-class practitioners speak live, be sure to attend the AAID Northeast District Meeting where they “Focus on: Full-Arch Solutions.”
Recorded live from the 67th Annual Conference in Dallas, TX by Dr. Danny Domingue.
The views expressed in this episode are those of the individual participants and not necessarily that of the AAID.
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American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID)
Founded in 1951, the Academy is the first professional organization in the world dedicated to implant dentistry. Its membership includes general dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, periodontists, prosthodontists and others interested in the field of implant dentistry. As a membership organization, we currently represent over 5,500 dentists worldwide.
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