Many techniques and products have been developed specifically for cement retained implant restorations; some are potentially detrimental to implants, with dentists not fully aware of the issues and implications of using an inappropriate material or method. To date no protocol exists for cementing implant retained super-structures. The goal is to examine these from a scientific based perspective and present up-to-date and as of yet unpublished research data that will be used to develop a suitable protocol for clinical practice. This lecture explores many of the problems encountered with cement selection, application techniques and gives clinical guidelines based on research projects currently being undertaken.
About Dr. Piñeyro
Dr. Piñeyro received his dental degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara. He then completed a two year Advanced Education in General Dentistry before completing his specialist training in Prosthodontics at the University of Rochester Eastman Dental Center.
Dr. Piñeyro is currently an affiliate instructor at the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Washington. He is the past president of the esteemed Washington State Society of Prosthodontists and is also a member of the American College of Prosthodontists and the American Prosthodontics Society.
Dr. Piñeyro has authored several publications in peer reviewed dental journals and is currently involved in research focusing on dental implants at the University of Washington. Dr. Piñeyro works in Downtown Seattle Washington in a practice limited to Prosthodontics.