8 Mar 2019

Implant Restoration

The direction that Implantology is taking is to plan implants from a “Crown Down” perspective. However, there is a need in the industry to clarify what type of restoration is required for which clinical situation. When does one do an abutment vs. a screw-retained crown? What type of attachment is used in which situation? How do I take an impression for a Hybrid or a Milled Bar? As more and more doctors introduce implants into their practices, more opportunities to restore arise.
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8 Mar 2019

Implant and Grafting Didactic - Houston

The core of our continuum is made up of four sessions,
and includes online modules, lectures, hands-on
training, questions and answers, and concludes with
two days of live surgery.
Earn 20, 52 or 76 CE Credits by taking Session One,
Sessions 1-3 or Sessions 1-4, respectively.

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8 Mar 2019

Integrating Implants

LEARN THE CLINICAL & BUSINESS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS


While many introductory dental implant courses exist, often times clinicians leave these courses confused and

ill-prepared to implement implantology in their treatment arsenal. This two-day course will eliminate any confusion

surrounding the business of dental implants as well as provide a simple, safe and predictable method for placing

implants that any dentist can implement the first day back in the office! Imagine placing a dental implant exactly

where you want it in just 4 minutes. The future of dental implants is in Fully Guided Placement and the future is

today. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

 

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19 Mar 2019

Crestal Approaches for Implant Placement & Sinus Augmentation

At this course, the attendees will be given a step by step description of how to handle sinus augmentations, from a crestal approach, for sinus floor thicknesses that are less than 3 mm, 4 to 6 mm, and greater than 7 mm. The lecture will include patient selection criteria, preoperative planning, a thorough description of the use of drills with stops, navigation systems, and the use of crestal window approaches. Video of the techniques will be shown to illustrate the relatively simple and minimally invasive technique. In addition, the techniques for simultaneous sinus augmentation with implant placement will be shown. The use of L-PRF to hydrate the grafts and enhance initial healing will be discussed and demonstrated. 


This approach minimizes the need for lateral window approaches, which can result in patient post-operative conditions that limit their ability to return to work. The crestal approach patients usually use non-narcotic pain medication and return to work the next day. 

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28 Mar 2019

Smile Source University

Your journey to success starts NOW! Join us at the Smile Source headquarters to have the ultimate Smile Source training experience.
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