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.
Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Immediate full-arch prosthetic rehabilitation utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept
Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Modern implantology techniques. Grafting with PRF, digital workflow with in-house 3D printing review
Maximize success and minimize complications: Authenticity matters
Jul 12, 2024
Zygomatic Implants: Changing the way you think and plan your upper full arch cases
Implant Education Company - 3 Day Live Implant Surgery
This 3-Day Live Surgical Implant Training course where attending dentists will have one full day of didactic training with a focus on hands-on model practicing. On days 2 and 3, the attending dentists will be focused solely on implant surgery where they will place on average 8 implants, but may also experience other oral surgery procedures.
The hands-on will include learning implant drilling techniques and becoming familiar with the intricacies of the surgical kit. Dentists will also practice suturing techniques on suture pads and grafting with models.
Dentists will become familiar with the instruments, materials, and products necessary to offer dental implant surgery in their practice.
An introduction to CBCT planning will be introduced and dentists are encouraged to bring a case from their practice on a dicom file that can be discussed and planned with Dr. Erickson.
- 32 Total Hours of CEU’s.
- 8 Hours of Online Learning from Expert Instructors.
- 4 Hours of Case Review Discussion.
- 4 Hours of Live Extraction/Graft Surgery.
- 16 Hours of Live Implant Surgery.
All-on-4® treatment concept: contemporary techniques A practical guide to comprehensive surgical-restorative success
This course is specifically designed to introduce and educate both surgical and restorative teams on the All-on-4 Treatment Concept.
Course will provide clinicians a unique and comprehensive experience. Subjects will include: treatment planning, surgical techniques, complications, and a practical practice building, business portion where participants will understand their own and referral team building techniques. Special attention will be directed towards zygoma implants and grafting alternatives. There will be multiple case presentations and workflow planning outlines.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to diagnosis and treatment plan full arch cases. They will better understand the surgical principles and techniques and well as both temporary and final restorative phases. Direct and Indirect temporary prosthesis will be compared as well as final prosthetic materials.
They will be able to confidently and precisely plan for full arch dental implant cases while confidently applying new knowledge to performing surgery and restoring full arch cases.
- Gain better understanding of All-on-4 Treatment Concept
- Treatment plan full arch cases
- Identify zygoma implant cases
- Perform a pre-operative prosthetic workup
- Be able to confidently perform alveolar All-on-4 surgery
- Understand process of the temporary and final prosthesis fabrication
- Set in place intra-office infrastructure for All-on-4
- Set up referral pathways for seemless workflow
Zygomatic implants from start to finish: Comprehensive overview of various surgical techniques
Posterior Know-how — Interactive training course
There are a lot of special precautions when we do dental implants at the posterior maxillary and mandibular region. It’s never meant to be very easy, although not esthetically as important when compare with the implant in the esthetic zone. All sorts of posterior problems such as the ID nerve and lingual nerve, the maxillary sinus, the proximity to the throat and airway, the accessibility due to the cheek and the tongue makes placing dental implant in this region more challenging. Moreover, there are unique resorption pattern such as maxillary sinus pneumontization and the typical knife edge posterior mandibular ridge and loss of vertical bone volume sometimes made dental implant placement very difficult and risky.
This course aims to walk you through the journey of knowing the limitation, pre-operative assessment and decision marking when doing dental implant at the posterior region of the jaw. Bone augmentation at this area will be mentioned as well as immediate placement. We hope to give you some up-to-date evidence based practical tips during the 2 days learning. Live surgical demonstration, hands-on practical sessions and case base small group discussions will also be provided, hoping to make the course more interactive. We will see you there!
Topics will include
- Decision making on posterior region
- Tooth extraction skills, implant placement, and restorative options
- Posterior dental implant soft tissue management
- Immediate implant placement in posterior region
- Challenges to implant placement
- Other skills for posterior region – sinus lift, bone grafting, socket grafting
- Complication on dental implant surgery