- Posted on: Aug 25 2020
Course Type: Elective Courses
The purpose of this course is to lay the foundation for successful surgical and restorative procedures which can be incorporated into any dental practice. It is impossible to have predictable outcomes without having a good handle on the current technology and protocols available. With the digital revolution many surgical and restorative procedures have changed and improved. Predictable implant dentistry is just simply easier than it used to be with this new technology. This course will cover all the modern advancements in implant dentistry. Implant level I will start with the basics but will quickly move into the specific procedures, products and protocols used to provide valuable implant service to your patient population. The entire course is designed to educate, build confidence and empower you to provide these vital services. Regardless of whether you are new to implant dentistry or have been doing it for a while, this course will provide many answers to long-term clinical challenges in implant dentistry. Additionally the course will cover the business and economic impact of implant dentistry in your practice.
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|Tuition: $3,695||Length of Course: 3 days|
|Team Tuition: $795||CE Credits: 25|
|AGD Codes: 690|
The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:
- Access and use all of the radiographic options available in the diagnosis and treatment planning of implant cases. Utilize peri-apical, panoramic, and CT scan x-rays appropriately.
- Apply guided and non-guided implant surgical protocols
- Utilize guided and non-guided implant surgical protocols
- Discuss basics of implant surgery and grafting protocols
- Discuss the business aspect of implant dentistry
- Discuss restorative protocols, including standard or digital impressions, using traditional impressions with model scanners or scan bodies with intraoral scanners
- Proficiently construct surgical guides using different modalities
- Discuss how technological advances have improved the surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry