Courses

Learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Courses cover everything from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical and prosthetic workflows. We even address some of the most complex and progressive protocols for managing potential complications.

December 2022

Optimal treatment solution for the edentulous patient using the All-on-4® treatment concept: Including long-term maintenance and complications

Dec 03, 2022
Mahwah, NJ, US
Dr Ken Parrish

Completely edentulous jaws are a much more widespread handicap than most of us realize. Major barriers for solving the problem are the perceived complexity and high cost of treatment. With innovative new solutions, this no longer needs to be the case.

The All-on-4® treatment concept offers a viable and cost-effective implant-based solution for edentulous jaws that produces immediate patient satisfaction. This course will present a surgical and prosthetic overview of the All-on-4® treatment concept, including Immediate Function and full-case rehabilitation.

This course is designed for clinicians who are experienced in placing dental implants.

 

Learning outcomes

After this course, the participant will...

–      Be able to recognize proven alter-natives to grafts and sinus lifts.

–      Have adequate knowledge of affordable screw-retained prostheses.

–      Apply shortened treatment time leading to greater patient acceptance.

–      Be able to identify patient selection—indications and contraindications.

–      Be familiar with medication protocols and prosthodontic rehabilitation options.

–      Confidently implement the All-on-4® treatment concept as a business.

–      Appreciate the biomechanical strengths of tilted implants with passive and precise screw-retained restorations.

–      Understand the most common avoidable problems with fixed detachable restorations and how proper planning and execution can eliminate them.

–      Learn how simple it is to make precise full-arch impressions and to create biomechanically sound fixed restorations.

–      Use occlusion with a shock-absorbing material that protects the underlying implant components and bone interface.

–      Understand a biologically and mechanically driven protocol for maintenance of fixed detachable restorations.

–      Know when, and when not, to remove a fixed detachable restoration as part of a comprehensive maintenance protocol.

5
English
Advanced course
Nobel Biocare Training Insitute
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Improving Restorative Success with Implants Solutions

Dec 09, 2022
DePere, WI, US
Dr Matthew Hallas, DMD
This course is designed for restorative doctors who are looking to take the next step in implants restorations. With enhanced knowledge in esthetic implant treatment planning and available restorative options, we are in a better position to address both our patients’ esthetic and functional concerns. Proper clinical diagnosis, updated clinical techniques, as well as good laboratory support are essential to ensure long-term predictable outcome for these patients. This course will concentrate on the techniques and materials required to optimize implant restorations in the everyday practice. Outline I) Digital photography for the dental team A. Equipment and terminology B. Basic camera controls and settings C. Clinical application of digital photography II) Clinical assessment for anterior implant restorations A. Treatment planning 1. Implant position determination 2. Digital treatment planning: DTX Studio™ software B. Provisionalization options and techniques 1. Abutment selection and options 2. TempShell option C. Restorative options and material update 1. Custom abutment design considerations 2. ASC abutment interface III) Case presentation, discussion and patient expectations
4
English
Fundamental course
Lords Dental Studio
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Oregon Academy of General Dentistry - Implants for the General Dentist

Dec 10, 2022-
Jul 01, 2023
Tigard, OR, US
Thomas Eshraghi
Brad McAllister

This interactive course will include detailed lectures, hands-on surgical activities, implant protocol review, case presentations and live treatments.

56
English
Fundamental course
Oregon Academy of General Dentistry
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Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation (FOR)

FOR is a global, non-profit organization advocating science, education and humanity in oral rehabilitation. The www.for.org website offers hundreds of learning resources for dental professionals: More than 300 video lectures from leading experts. Almost 100 clinical case documentations. Interactive ebooks and epapers. State-of-the-art treatment guidelines. And much more. Completely free of charge. Sign up now and get access to all resources.

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