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Dental Implant
Courses

[A1] Digital Applications in Implant Dentistry

Digital implant dentistry helps the surgical and the restorative team deliver treatments with greater precision and safety. In this course, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi discusses various digital applications in implant dentistry from diagnosis, planning, surgical treatment, and restorative treatments. The use of optical scans, CBCT, and total 3-D planning is presented along with fabrication of CAD / CAM surgical guides, abutments, and final restorations.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand various applications of digital implant dentistry.
  • Learn the digital work flow from diagnosis to delivery of final restorations
  • Understand the impact of digital dentistry on patients’ experiences as well as the surgical and restorative team members.

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[A2] Dental Implant Replacement of Central Incisor: Key Surgical Considerations and Site Development Strategies for a Successful Restorative Outcome

Replacement of the central incisors with dental implants requires specific surgical and restorative protocols for successful outcomes. In this presentation, Dr. Kazemi discusses the key diagnostic, treatment planning, surgical, and restorative principles for predictable results. Various tissue augmentation techniques and and selection criteria for the most appropriate approach are also discussed.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand key challenges for replacement of central incisors
  • Learn critical surgical and restorative principles in diagnosis, planning, and treatment execution.
  • Learn various tissue augmentation techniques and how to select the best approach for each given type of defect.

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[A3] Increased Safety and Predictability of Dental Implant Treatments Using CT-Guided Planning

Ct-Guided planning has made a great impact in safer and more predictable dental implant therapy. In this presentation, Dr. Kazemi discusses applications of CBCT in dentistry and its benefits in diagnostics, planning, and treatment execution.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand key applications of CBCT in dentistry
  • Learn diagnostics benefits of CBCT and treatment planning for a safer and more predictable outcome
  • Learn key elements of CBCT through a number of case presentations.

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[A4] Atraumatic Technique for Removal of Failed Dental Implants

In this presentation, Dr. Kazemi presents available atraumatic techniques for removal of failed dental implants and how to manage the site for replacement.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand common causes of dental implant failures
  • Learn techniques for atraumatic removal of dental implants
  • Learn how to manage the site for future replacement.

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[A5] Ritter Dental Implants: A Fresh Approach

In this presentation, Dr. Kazemi discusses a fresh approach to implant dentistry providing treatments in less time and less cost while delivering the quality and predictability we expect.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to decrease number of patient visits and the overall overhead cost
  • Learn digital impression approach with Ritter dental implants

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour

[A6] Single Implant Tooth Replacement in The Aesthetic Zone

In this presentation, Dr. Kazemi discusses the principles in diagnostics, treatment planning, and surgical and prosthetic considerations for replacement of a single missing tooth in the aesthetic zone

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand key challenges in the aesthetic zone
  • Learn the key diagnostic and treatment planning principles along with collaborative surgical and restorative care
  • Learn how to develop the tissue for optimal aesthetic and functional results

Program length: 1.5 – 2  hour