MALO CLINIC PROTOCOL: ALL-ON-4® | COMPLETE COURSE
Dec 31, 2022
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.
The Institute of Houston Dental Synergy Implant Fellowship helps dentists introduce implant dentistry to their practices. We are passionate about sharing our knowledge with every participant through providing science-based lectures, hands-on practice and live surgery. All iHDS faculty are in full-time specialty practice and have designed an in-depth education approach, allowing participants to study the full range of important implant topics from the basic sciences all the way to final implant restoration. iHDS is committed to keeping an effective educator-to-learner ratio with a class maximum of 20 students. T
Learn how to place dental implants in to abundant bone predictably, efficiently, and successfully. This comprehensive course is filled with hands-on exercises to prepare you for socket preservation, flap design, implant placement, and suturing. With your purchase you will have access to Session One ONLINE curriculum for up to 1 year so that you can go back and review as often as you want.
This program is ideal for restorative dentists who want to learn more about restoring dental implants. After completing this course, the participant will be able to identify the correct way to restore dental implants based upon the defined treatment indication.
Prosthetic treatment overview for all indications
Dr. Kevin Aminzadeh
In this lecture, Dr. Aminzadeh will provide:
– An understanding of why implant surfaces are critical in the osseointegration process.
– An understanding of soft tissue integration and why the process begins at the abutment level.
– An understanding of how to preserve the soft tissue attachment without compromising flexibility – the On1™ concept.
– An overview of Nobel Biocare prosthetic solutions to optimize clinical outcomes: ASC (angulated screw channel), FCZ (full-contour zirconia) and more.
Prosthetic treatment of the fully edentulous, or soon to be fully edentulous, patient utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept
Dr. Sam Hickman
In this lecture, Dr. Hickman will discuss:
– Established strategies of the soon-to-be edentulous patient: how to define and recognize terminal dentition.
– Alternatives and objectives for prosthodontic treatments for the fully edentulous patient (removable vs. fixed).
– Rehabilitation with a fixed prosthesis.
– Acrylic vs. zirconia prosthesis: when and how?
A unique live surgical opportunity to learn the All on 4® treatment with digital workflow from expert instructors.
Each attending dentist will treat an upper and lower arch and learn the digital workflow process to immediate temporization of a 3D printed prosthesis.
The resorption of the posterior maxilla impacts the ability to place implants in most patients and will prevent patient satisfaction and an improvement in their quality of life. Implementing the sinus lift technique for your practice will allow more patients to experience dental implants and the benefits they provide.
This 3-Day Live Surgical Sinus Lift Training contains two full days of live surgical training each dentist will perform on average four lateral window sinus lifts. Attending dentists will become familiar with the instrumentation and W&H Piezo Surgical Console.
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Eric Kukucka, DD, who has restored countless implant treatment modalities both fixed and removable.
Eric will review how implant-retained prostheses and implant-supported dentures for edentulous patients can provide a predictable and successful outcome that may overcome the functional deficiencies that could be associated with conventional dentures and ultimately improve the patient’s quality of life.
There are various prosthetic options and attachments that are available to provide a satisfactory overdenture. The success of the implant-supported overdenture depends on the correct position and force distribution on the supporting implants.
In this course the Speaker will provide an overview, of treating edentulous patients with implants supported and implant retained dentures