Course Info

Course 4: 1 Day Seminars
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CAD/CAM Guided Surgery  Seminar

The introduction of computer-aided surgical guides has provided the general dentist with a whole new level of accuracy for placing dental implants. Learn how to use this technology to make your practice more efficient. This course will cover the following areas through lecture and hands-on activities:

  • CT Analysis and Interpretation
  • Utilization of Guided Surgery Software
  • Perfect placement using CT Guided Stent
  • Guided Surgery Implant Protocol
  • Case Presentations

This course is recommended for doctors of all experience levels. All course materials are included. Lecture and participation CE credits will be awarded.

Overdenture Seminar

Do your patients a favor and introduce them to the modern alternative for dentures. No more awkward, clunky dentures sliding around the mouth and irritating sensitive gums. Implant-retained overdentures are locked in place, require minimal maintenance and most patients report that they are much more comfortable. This course will cover the following areas through lecture and hands-on activities:

  • Correctly planning the implant-retained overdentures
  • Designing the implant-retained overdentures
  • Selecting the optimal attachments for the desired result
  • Taking proper impressions
  • Directing the laboratory to fabricate the overdentures

This course is recommended for doctors of all experience levels. All course materials are included. Lecture and participation CE credits will be awarded.

GBR Seminar

Everything you wanted to know about Guided Bone Regeneration.  This course will cover the following topics through lecture and hands-on activities :

  • Current concept and principles of GBR including socket management
  • Advantages and limitations of using GBR method
  • Utilization of titanium mesh membrane in guided bone regeneration
  • The difference between bone grafting materials and harvesting autogenous bone
  • Performing ridge augmentation using titanium mesh membrane, resorbable membrane and non-resorbable membrane

This course is recommended for doctors who are at the intermediate or advanced  stages of placing implants. All course materials are included.  Lecture and participation CE credits will be awarded.

 

 

CRESTAL APPROACH SINUS SEMINAR

Course Objectives & Goals

  • Understanding the anatomy and physiology of the sinus cavity
  • Understanding the factors necessary to optimize implant stability in a sinus approach
  • Use radiographic imaging to plan, prepare and place implants in a sinus approach
  • Experiencing and practicing sinus surgery using hands-on resin models

ABUTMENT SELECTION (BASIC) SEMINAR

Course Objectives & Goals

  • Indications of Abutment Selection
  • Hands-on Sessions
  • Impression Taking
  • Custom Impression Coping
  • Temporary Crown with Abutment

GUIDED BONE REGENERATION

Course Objectives & Goals

  • Recognizing the clinical indications and understanding the biological principles for guided bone procedure
  • Gaining hands-on experience of Guided Bone Regeneration using a pigs jaw.
  • Exploring the latest techniques and materials available for guided bone regeneration
  • Understanding the rational of socket regeneration and preservation

SOFT TISSUE MANAGEMENT

Course Objectives & Goals

  • Discussing the anatomy, physiology and healing capacity of soft tissues
  • Understanding the factors necessary to optimize soft tissue aesthetics around implants
  • Exploring active soft tissue management, including possible post-operative complications and their management
  • Appreciating the limits of soft tissue gain in relation to grafting
  • Experiencing and practice microsurgical techniques for grafting, looking at split and full thickness flaps
  • Understanding connective tissue grafting using substitute bio-materials

 RIDGE SPLIT SEMINAR

The Ridge Split Seminar will help establish the skills and techniques needed for the creation and manipulation of bone and tissue to provide a sufficient site for placing an implant. A combination of lecture and hands-on will consist of ridge expansion and split ridge techniques, a blood draw and PRP harvesting.

 PROSTHESIS FOR BEGINNERS

The Prosthetic Course will cover the rationale for implants and complete and partial edentulism. Attendees will learn how to build treatment plans based on patient evaluation, bone density, prosthetic options and economics. Attendees will be taught treatment plan modifications and options as they relate to implant success and failure.

 Additional courses/seminar (depending upon location & availability)

  • Failed Root Canal to Implant Seminar
  • Cosmetic Implants Seminar
  • Implant Dentistry Management
  • Immediate Loading Seminar
  • Restoration