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November 2018

$850.00

MasterMind: Implant Care Practitioner Training Program: Level 1

November 3 - November 4
The Forum, 4825 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 302
Bethesda, 20814 United States
[sold out- Register for next course date on March 23-24, 2019]

The dental implant surgical and restorative markets are forecasted to reach 12.32 billion by 2021. Such substantial industry growth indicates that many dental hygienists will encounter patients with implant dentistry within their clinical practice. With the increased incidence of peri-implant diseases, studies have indicated the maintenance phase to be the most important aspect for long term success. While protocols for implant maintenance remain unclear, the role of the dental hygienist in the preservation of peri-implant tissues has been recognized internationally. A 2015 consensus report published by the 10th European Consensus Conference (EuCC) addressing peri-implant inflammation acknowledged that detection and prevention of peri-implant diseases is contingent upon the diagnostic and therapeutic skill of the clinician.

This multifaceted hands-on program will explore the fundamentals of laser science, periodontal endoscopy, subgingival powder streaming with glycine powder and instrumentation in the non-surgical treatment of peri-implant and periodontal diseases. Working with simulation exercises, this workshop is designed to build confidence and gain clinical understanding for dental hygienists’ in the delivery of advanced treatment protocols.

Join us. Your journey to become an Implant Care Practitioner (ICP) begins here!

[sold out- Register for next course date on March 23-24, 2019] The dental implant surgical and restorative markets are forecasted to reach 12.32 billion by…

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$85

DC Forum: Materials and Design Selection for Full Arch Treatments

November 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Forum, 4825 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 302
Bethesda, 20814 United States

In this forum, we will discuss materials and when and where to choose zirconia, vs nano-ceramics, vs hybrids, vs overdentures, vs conus. We will also discuss space requirements, hygiene, records, principles on smile design, multi-unit abutments, and guided surgery.

Want to learn more about GuidedSmile? Register for a full-day hands-on Master Class program held on 11/16/18

In this forum, we will discuss materials and when and where to choose zirconia, vs nano-ceramics, vs hybrids, vs overdentures, vs conus. We will also…

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$250

Chrome Digital Full-Arch Treatments & Hands-On Course

November 16 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
The Forum, 4825 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 302
Bethesda, 20814 United States

Course Description:

This course aims to address the most common questions and complications faced in full-arch implant reconstruction. Attendees will be introduced to a protocol called GuidedSMILE CHROME, which improves surgical and restorative accuracy and efficiency using CBCT and 3D planning combined with CAD/CAM. This new protocol, combined with Dr. Kazemi’s evidence-based, surgical techniques will elevate your surgical process for full-arch treatment to a new level of accuracy and efficiency. GuidedSMILE offers 2-3 hour surgery/conversion appointments and reduces the final conversion by 2-5 appointments!

The hands-on portion includes step-by-step restorative conversion on a model using the patent-pending, GuidedSMILE technique.  and conversion of a pre-manufactured PMMA provisional bridge. This will be completed utilizing angled implants and multi-unit abutments, thereby preparing the clinician to incorporate these immediately into clinical practice, without the need for chairside laboratory assistance. The converted prosthetic will then be sectioned and luted together to simulate the patent-pending iJIG – a hassle-free tool used for final conversion.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Criteria important for patient selection for full arch immediate implant loading treatment.
  2. Treatment workflow for full arch immediate loading treatment.
  3. Patient preparation including what materials and data are necessary for full arch immediate loading using the GuidedSMILE technique.
  4. Communication with the dental laboratory for preparation of surgical guides and provisional restorations.
  5. Maximum efficiency and predictability in full arch immediate loading using the GuidedSMILE technique.
  6. Restorative protocols and techniques for maximum efficiency and predictability in full arch immediate loading using the GuidedSMILE technique.

Sponsors:

  • Roe Dental Laboratory
  • Megagen / IDS

Course Description: This course aims to address the most common questions and complications faced in full-arch implant reconstruction. Attendees will be introduced to a protocol…

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March 2019

$895.00

MasterMind- Implant Care Practitioner Training Program: Level 1

March 23, 2019 - March 24, 2019
The Forum, 4825 Bethesda Avenue, Suite 302
Bethesda, 20814 United States

The dental implant surgical and restorative markets are forecasted to reach 12.32 billion by 2021. Such substantial industry growth indicates that many dental hygienists will encounter patients with implant dentistry within their clinical practice. With the increased incidence of peri-implant diseases, studies have indicated the maintenance phase to be the most important aspect for long term success. While protocols for implant maintenance remain unclear, the role of the dental hygienist in the preservation of peri-implant tissues has been recognized internationally. A 2015 consensus report published by the 10th European Consensus Conference (EuCC) addressing peri-implant inflammation acknowledged that detection and prevention of peri-implant diseases is contingent upon the diagnostic and therapeutic skill of the clinician.

This multifaceted hands-on program will explore the fundamentals of laser science, periodontal endoscopy, subgingival powder streaming with glycine powder and instrumentation in the non-surgical treatment of peri-implant and periodontal diseases. Working with simulation exercises, this workshop is designed to build confidence and gain clinical understanding for dental hygienists’ in the delivery of advanced treatment protocols.

Join us. Your journey to become an Implant Care Practitioner (ICP) begins here!

The dental implant surgical and restorative markets are forecasted to reach 12.32 billion by 2021. Such substantial industry growth indicates that many dental hygienists will…

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