Design guides and temporaries for immediate load

All On X cases


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Learn how to design and print surgical guides and temporary hybrids for All on X immediate load cases. Gain the knowledge to plan cases from the prosthetics perspective and simplify restorative procedures. Design, print and deliver using free software and low cost 3D printers. Participants must have previous experience with BlueSky plan software.

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Location & Dates

1 Day Course


Sunday November 7, 2021- Online Live Stream

Sunday August 22, 2021- Online Live Stream

Sunday April 11, 2021- Online Live Stream

Tuition: $1195.00

CE Credits: 8 credit hours

Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement (6/1/2008) to (5/31/2022)

"Hi Dr. Ferguson, 

I just wanted to say your "all on X" technique BLEW........ MY MIND! I just finished the surgery with the denture based pin guide and the pilot guide you helped me with. It was the EASIEST surgery of this kind that I've ever done.  The workflow was fantastic. Six implants placed, arch flapped, bone reduced, patient sutured up, soft reline in denture....2 hours later its all complete. That was the most bone I've ever had to level.


I feel as though I've been working with outdated techniques and this course has gotten me up to date. Now I just have to keep learning and implementing these techniques."




Keep Smiling,


Kaveh Ghaboussi DMD, Madison, WI

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Course Outline

  • Science behind all On X guides

  • Types of cases, Edentulous, Partially edentulous

  • Datasets required for each type of case

  • How to acquire the datasets

  • Implant planning for tilted implant cases

  • Bone segmentation for bone supported guides

  • Fixations pin placement and planning• Guide design

  • Tooth supported guides

  • Bone reduction guides

  • Drilling guides

  • Designing the Temporary Hybrid

  • Merging the Temp to the guide

  • Printing tips for the guides and temps

  • Finishing the temp

  • Printer and resin recommendations

  • Clinical tips for the surgery