Registration Open: The New Dental Implant Continuum: A 5 Module Comprehensive University Based Implant Educational Program-Attendees Place Implants on Patients Provided
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The New Dental Implant Continuum A 5 Module Comprehensive University Based Implant Educational Program-Lecture, Lab, and Live Patient Care Attendees Place Implants on Patients Provided Course Summary The New Dental Implant Continuum offers a comprehensive educational experience for the dental practitioner interested in learning to surgically place and restore dental implants. With many educational choices to select from, this program is unique in many facets, providing a solid basic science understanding of the biology of osseointegration and using this understanding to achieve clinical success in practice. Take your dental implant skills to the next level and empower your practice to provide exceptional dental implant care for your patients. With the number of fully and partially edentulous patients on the rise in the years to come, your educational experience with the Baylor faculty and faculty/private practice skilled surgical and restorative team leaders will help enhance your clinical skills and steer you along the pathway to clinical success. This course offers lectures, hand-on laboratory training, fresh cadaver surgical training, and live patient care. 12-15 implants placed in the entire program(cadaver, lab, and live) and two patients provided for each attendee. Place your own implants and take it to completion by restoring the implants you place on your patient. Learn from all the patient cases as the surgical faculty will critique and present each case on the day of surgery for immediate feedback. This is an exciting time in implant dentistry for all doctors. Course Overview Five Modules 15 days of intensive learning Placement and restoration of actual clinical cases 120 hours of CE 2:1 Attendee/faculty ratio – exceptional one to one instruction Limited to the first 14 attendees who qualify. Your patients in your own practices are waiting for you to finish. The Five Modules Module I September 24-26, 2015, Thursday – Saturday – 3 days This module will focus on the introduction to dental implants to include anatomy, radiology, treatment planning with fabrication of radiographic and surgical guides, sterile technique, surgical lectures, hands-on laboratory for surgical and restorative techniques, SAC principals, basic review of restorative options for dental implants. Fresh cadavers will be utilized for surgical training and offer an educational surgical experience prior to actual patient surgeries. Attendees will meet their patients for treatment planning on the Friday of this module to review CBCT and surgical guides prior to the surgery for the next module. Module II: Surgical Module October 15-17, 2015, Thursday – Saturday – 3 days This module will involve surgical placement of dental implants on patients surgery in the cadaverAEGD Clinic on the 6th floor. Lectures include review of surgical technique, management during the healing periods and immediate loading with provisionals when indicated. Participants should have diagnostic casts and prepared for temporization as treatment planned. Lectures on immediate load, atraumatic tooth extraction, ridge and site preservation techniques. You will work with bone grafting materials and work with peizo surgical equipment and osstell implant stability measurements. Module III: Surgical Module November 19-21, 2015, Thursday – Saturday – 3 days This module focuses on the second surgical treatment plan and care of the patients treated in Module II. Topics included are: socket preservation, bone grafting techniques, flap design, suture technique and types of materials to use, use of non resorbable and resorbable membranes. Module IV: Restorative Module: Final Impression All Patients and more March 24-26, 2016 Thursday – Saturday – 3 days: Topics included are: impression techniques with the use of digital scanning versus conventional open or closed tray impressions, torque requirements, abutment level or implant level analog impressions, and provisionalization. Module V: Restorative Module: Final Delivery All Patients and more April 21-23, 2016 Thursday – Saturday – 3 days: The fifth module focuses on delivery of the final restoration, occlusion, fitting/adjusting the restoration, cementation, screw retention, passive fit, torque requirements, occlusal guards, maintenance, and home care. Complications and how to aviod problems are also presented. Graduation dinner with certificates and awards given. Course Presenters: Tom Wilson DDS, MS: Surgical Team Leader Dr. Thomas G. Wilson received his DDS degree from the University of Tennessee School of Dentistry in 1971 and his Certificate in Periodontics in 1974 from the University of Washington. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and serves as a Clinical Associate Professor at Baylor College of Dentistry and UTHSC-San Antonio. He has lectured extensively on an international level, is the author of numerous journal articles and textbooks, and is a recognized expert in the field of implant surgical placement. Dr. Stephen Harrel, Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology is currently an Adjunct Professor of Periodontology at Baylor College of Dentistry and President of Texas Medical and Dental Designs LLC. He is a 1972 graduate of Baylor College of Dentistry and received a certification in Periodontics from University of Oregon Dental School. Dr. Harrel has taught in the Graduate Periodontics program for over 35 years. He is the head of the clinical occlusion clinic. Dr. Jeff Pope, Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Methodist University in 2005, his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Baylor College of Dentistry in 2009, and his Master of Science i in Oral Biology and Certificate in Periodontics from Baylor College of Dentistry in 2012.In addition to maintaining a private practice limited to periodontics, minimally invasive surgery, and implant dentistry, Dr. Pope is a also a clinical adjunct professor at Baylor College of Dentistry teaching implant placement and bone augmentation procedures to post-doctoral residents. Dr. Aline Speer, Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology maintains a private practice limited to periodontics and dental implants in Dallas, TX. She graduated summa cum laude and class valedictorian from dental school and obtained her Periodontology Certificate and Master of Sciences Degree at The University of Texas, School of Dentistry at Houston, TX. She currently serves as a clinical assistant professor and director of the “Implant Concepts and Techniques, Surgical Placement” course with the Restorative Sciences Department at Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry, in Dallas, TX. Dr. John-Michael Stewart, Diplomate of the American Board of OMS went to Boston University’s School of Dental Medicine, graduating magna cum laude in 1998. His interest in oral and maxillofacial surgery led him back to Dallas for residency. He completed specialty training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Parkland Memorial Hospital, in 2004. During this time, he received a medical degree from U.T. Southwestern Medical School, in 2002. He opened his practice at Hillcrest and Northwest Highway July 2, 2012. He has been elected as a Fellow in the International Team of Implantology, offering him the opportunity of lecturing at study clubs and with colleagues on the subject of dental implants and various other subjects concerning oral health. Dr. Pilar Valderrama, Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology having graduated in 2010 from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She obtained a Master’s degree in Clinical Investigation from the UTHSCSA in 2006. She received her dental degree from the School of Dentistry at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in 1988. Dr. Valderrama’s experience includes having worked in dental education and within the research field. She worked as an Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Dentistry and actually teaches at the AEGD Residency Program at the VA in Temple, Texas. She practices in Dallas at North Dallas Dental Health. Frank Higginbottom DDS: Restorative Team Leader Dr. Frank L. Higginbottom earned his B.S. degree from the University of Oklahoma. He continued his studies at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. He graduated with honors in 1971, winning the silver medal for Academic and Clinical Excellence, and is actively involved in clinical dental education and research. He lectures nationally and internationally on Esthetic Dentistry and Dental Implants. He holds faculty positions at two Texas dental schools. At Baylor College of Dentistry, he is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Departments of Oral Surgery and Prosthodontics. He has made a commitment to work with dental residents in Baylor's clinic and is on the faculty at University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Dr. Higginbottom has participated in clinical research projects and has had numerous articles published in the dental literature. Dr. Todd Baumann, Diplomate American Board of Prosthodontist graduated from Baylor College of Dentistry in 2002 and completed a residency in Prosthodontics in 2005. He has a private practice in Dallas, Texas treating patients with esthetic, restorative and implant dental needs. He is an Associate Professor in Restorative Sciences in the Graduate Prosthodontics program at Baylor. He has been a faculty member for 10 years, teaching in the resident clinic and active with resident research projects. He is a member of the ITI and the Academy of Osseointegration. He also serves on the board of the Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry and active member in the International Academy of Gnathology. He was recently inducted as a fellow of the American College of Dentists. Dr. Rich Derksen, Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontists graduated from Boston University’s School of Dental Medicine in 2009. Upon graduation he entered Baylor College of Dentistry’s Prosthodontic Residency which he completed in 2012. After residency training, Dr. Derksen entered private practice focusing on esthetic, restorative and implant dentistry. For two years following residency, he held an associate clinical faculty position at Baylor in the Department of Restorative Sciences working with the 3rd year dental students and currently remains a volunteer to the department. Dr. Elias Kontogiorgos, Diplomate American Board of Prosthodontists is the Director of Implant Dentistry at Texas A&M University, Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas TX. Since 2005 Dr. Kontogiorgos held a part-time teaching position in the Department of Restorative Sciences at Baylor and in 2010 he joined as a full-time faculty. Dr. Kontogiorgos is practicing in the Dallas Metroplex as a part-time associate since 2008. Dr. Kontogiorgos graduated from the School of Dentistry, University of Athens, Greece. In 2008 he graduated from the Prosthodontic Residency Program at Baylor College of Dentistry. In 2010 he completed the Ph.D. program in Biomedical Sciences from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University. Dr. Amerian Sones, Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontists is a 1979 graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and was in the United States Public Health Service from 1979-1981, serving at the USPHS Papago Indian Reservation as the Chief Dental Officer. In 1981, UCLA School of Dentistry accepted Dr. Sones for postgraduate prosthodontics which she completed in 1983 and continued to complete a postgraduate residency in maxillofacial prosthodontics at UCLA in 1984. She accepted a faculty position at UCLA School of Dentistry in the Department of Removable Prosthodontics in 1984 and served as chairperson of the sophomore complete denture course from 1984 to1987. In 1987, Dr. Sones began her career in private specialty practice with an emphasis on prosthodontics and dental implant treatment. Dr. Ronald Woody, Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontists is Professor Emeritus of Restorative Sciences and past Director of the Graduate Prosthodontic Residency Program and Director of the Implant Dentistry Program at Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas. For the past 29 years Dr Woody has been a Tenured Professor and Director of Graduate Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry at Baylor College of Dentistry.He is past President of the specialty organization, the American College of Prosthodontists and the American College of Prosthodontists Education Foundation. He is a fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists and a fellow of the American and International College of Dentists and a fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI). Course Information: Dates: Module I September 24-26, 2015 3 days Module II October 15-17, 2015 3 days Module III November 19-21, 2015 3 days Module IV March 24-26, 2016 3 days Module V April 21-23, 2016 3 days Times: 8:00 am – 8:30 am – Registration 8:30 am – 4:30 pm – Presentation/Lecture/Clinic/Laboratory Location: Baylor College of Dentistry, 6th Floor/Gross Anatomy Laboratory, AEGD Clinic Prerequisites: Interest in surgical and restorative aspect of dental implant treatment options, some surgical experience with tooth extractions. No requirements expected. This is a great course for the practitioner interested in beginning to provide implant surgery in the office or a great opportunity for a doctor with some experience to gain confidence and skill in both surgical and restorative implant procedures. Credit: 120 hours lecture/hands-on and Live patient care Course Fee: ,250 Dentists; 00 RDH or Aux. Tuition must be paid in full by August 1, 2015 to participate. AGD Codes: 742: Medical Health History/Factor, 695 Implant Restorative, 696 Implant Surgical Stent, 697 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, 698 Implant Materials, 704 Implant Placement Surgery, 318 Bone Grafting and GTR Surgery, 693 Implant Maintenance Continental breakfast and lunch provided each course day Course Topics and Objectives: Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to understand and perform the following: Detailed discussion of pertinent clinical and radiographic anatomy Prepare radiographic guide based on CBCT review Anesthesia issues, instrumentation and understanding of proper sterile technique Basic surgical procedures explained and demonstrated Surgical and prosthodontic considerations including incision design, fixture and abutment selection, occlusal considerations and force transmission Surgical guide template design and construction, hands-on Surgical hands-on laboratory experience, socket preservation and use of grafting materials and membranes Discussion of treatment of the partially and fully edentulous patient Actual clinical placement of dental implants in patients Actual restoration of the implant you place for assessment of final outcomes of all cases This event is sponsored by Straumann Implants. Sponsorship is provided for educational expenses related to this continuing education program. Straumann is a leading provider of solutions in implant dentistry and dental tissue regeneration. Our mission is to enable dental professionals to restore their patients’ oral function and esthetics through effective, reliable, and safe treatment methods. TAMBCD Office of CE Registration Information, Certifications & Cancellation/Refund policy: Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. QUESTIONS: Please feel free to call us at 1-214-828-8238. For quickly response please email your questions through the online registration website ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Cancellations must be submitted in writing, signed, and dated when received at Texas A&M University. If cancellations are made 60 days before the start of the program registration will be refunded. However if cancellation is made 30 days or less, the tuition will be credited toward a future course or 75% of the registration will be refunded. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/cerp. Continuing education credits issued for participation in the CE activity may not apply toward license renewal in all states/provinces. It is the responsibility of each participant to verify the requirements of his/her state/provincial licensing board(s). CONFIRMATIONS: Will be sent by e-mailto the official email address provided by the attendee to the registration website. Exact email is necessary REGISTRATION CANCELLATION: Tuition is refundable if a course is canceled by the Office of CE. 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