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.

July 2022

Capital Center OMFS X-Guide Live Surgery

Jul 01 - Dec 30, 2022
Washington, DC, US
Dr. Robert Emery

This full-day in-office course includes full access to all Capital Center facilities, workflows, staff flows, and everything you may need to understand the full scope of guided surgery.  Includes multiple in-person surgery participation, model tests, and implant placement observation.

English
Advanced course
2311 M St NW Ste 200
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September 2022

Zygomatic implants from start to finish

Sep 10, 2022
Snohomish, WA, US
Dr Shuaib Malik
Traditionally, a severely resorbed maxilla with sinus pneumatization would need multiple surgeries including sinus augmentation/lifts and bone grafts to rebuild enough bone mass to create a sufficient foundation for traditional dental implant placement. In severely resorbed cases, zygomatic implants are the only possibility to rehabilitate the patient immediately. Zygomatic implants have been an evidence-based surgical and prosthetic solution since 1999. With the development of the zygomatic implant, the placement of Brånemark System® Zygoma implants has been simplified, which has eliminated the need for bone grafting altogether. Zygomatic implants are developed for the graftless approach in which the implant is directly loaded into the zygomatic bone bilaterally, combined with two to four conventional anterior implants loaded within the alveolar bone, allowing for immediate load and function of a fixed implant-supported prosthesis. Zygomatic implants have revolutionized traditional dental implant techniques and considerations for the severely atrophic patient minimizing surgeries, healing, and overall treatment time. This presentation will discuss critical factors from work-up and pretreatment planning to important considerations for providing an immediate fixed implant-supported restoration. Learning Outcomes: - Understand pretreatment planning, including considerations for the provisional prosthesis. – Be able to review anatomical and biological considerations of the maxilla and zygomatic bone. – Become familiar with and understand the three basic techniques for zygoma implant placement: inter-sinus, extra sinus, and extra-maxillary. – Go over recorded surgical video with live Q&A for detailed understanding. – Discuss management of complications and maintenance of zygomatic implants. – Be familiar with prosthetic solutions for zygomatic implants.
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English
Advanced course
OM3 Education Center
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Restored Smiles - Pathway to Predictable and Successful Implant Placement

Sep 23 - Oct 22, 2022
Huntington Beach, CA, US
Dr. J.V. Huss

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.

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English
Fundamental course
Paramount Dental Studio
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December 2022

Restored Smiles - Concentrated Growth Factors - Bone Grafting Utilizing CGF / PRF

Dec 03, 2022
Huntington Beach, CA, US
Dr. J.V. Huss

Course Objectives:
• Learn how to perform venipuncture and basic anatomy
• Utilize blood to make fibrin clot and fibrin glue
• Learn how to make and handle AFG (autologous Fibrin Glue) “sticky bone” for various bone grafting situations
• Learn what CGF is and what it consists of
• How you can incorporate CGF into your practice
• Learn full spectrum of clinical applications of CGF/PRF including surgical flap closures, socket preservation, ridge augmentation, sinus lift, immediate and flapless implant placement

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English
Fundamental course
Paramount Dental Studio
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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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