Prosthodontics workshop­ essentials of aesthetic implant rehabilitation

Oct

31

Nobel Biocare Training & Education , Macquarie Park
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Course duration

Start date: 31/10/2019

End date: 01/11/2019

course overview

Course Summary
Convened by Associate Professor Richard Chan, now in its 18th year, this two-day limited attendance workshop has been designed for clinicians and technicians who already have basic training and clinical experience in implant restorative dentistry and who would like to improve their knowledge and practical expertise before taking on more complex cases. Please encourage your technician to attend. Upon completion of this course, the clinician will have enhanced knowledge in the principles and practicalities of the prosthodontic management of a variety of cases and an understanding of how to achieve more predictable results. This program is an intensive, small group experience with numerous practical sessions to familiarize participants with a range of treatment options and componentry choices. The full range of restorative options available today for single tooth and partially edentulous cases will be discussed in detail. There will be discussions on management of complications during treatment and appropriate protocols for implant maintenance at the completion of a case. Participants are encouraged to send relevant patient records from their own practices prior to the workshop, for use in case assessment and treatment planning sessions. These records can be of either potential, current or completed implant cases.

Prerequisite
Attendance at approved hands-on introductory implant training, such as our Implants 1. Participants will be required to bring some instruments and materials.

Topics
− Co-ordinating surgical and prosthodontic stages
− Treatment planning protocol and documentation
− Orthodontic case management
− Combining teeth and implants as bridge abutments
− Cantilever restorations
− Extraction and provisional restorations
− Computer guided implant rehabilitation
− Practice management issues
− Communication with laboratory emergence
− Clinical-technical interface
− Clinical guidelines for singles and multiple unit profile restorations
− Occlusion
− Torque control
− Try-in / issue protocol
− Cementation - intra-oral vs extra-oral, full coverage vs set screw
− Immediate placement & provisional restoration
− Maintenance
− When implants go BAD! ...... Identification & management of complications
− Cross-pinning
− Participants’ case discussion

Hands-on Workshop
− Diagnostics, duplicate dentures
− Radiographic & Surgical templates
− Working with your laboratory - impressions, bite registration
− Master cast with soft tissue section
− Demonstration of provisional crown fabrication
− Impression procedures: Implant level vs abutment level protocol; “pick-up” (open tray) vs “transfer”(closed tray); “to splint” or” not to splint”
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course details

  • Course level: Fundamental courses
  • Language: English
  • Course duration (days): 2
  • CE credits: 14
  • Course fee:
  • Max. participants: 20

speakers

Richard Chan

A/Prof Chan graduated from the University of Sydney and completed his Master of Dental Surgery in 1983. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and was also a fellow of the College of Dental Surgeons Hong Kong (Prosthodontics), Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Dental Surgery), Pierre Fauchard Academy and the International College of Dentists. He has practiced implant dentistry since the mid-1980’s and has published in international and Australian journals and has lectured extensively on restorative dentistry, implant surgery/GBR and prosthodontics in Australia, New Zealand, and South-east Asia. He is an Associate Professor in Oral Rehabilitation and is on the faculty for Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Prosthodontics) and Program Director of Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants) at the University of Sydney. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor (Oral Rehabilitation) at the University of Hong Kong. He was a past President of the Australasian Osseointegration Society (NSW) Inc. and was in full time referral practice in Sydney limited to implant surgery and Prosthodontics.

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Nick Hocking

Dr. Hocking completed his Bachelor of Dental Surgery at Adelaide University before moving to London where he acquired his MSc with distinction in Conservative Dentistry and his MClinDent in Prosthodontics at the Eastman Institute, university of London. He then taught Implant Dentistry at the Eastman Institute while working at the Harley Street Dental Clinic in London. He is a lecturer and examiner for the Graduate Diploma for Oral Implant at the University of Sydney, and Lecturer for the Sydney University CE program “Extended Crown and Bridge, Veneers and Implants”.

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Alex Atayan

Alex is a dental technician specializing in all aspects of crown & bridge and ceramics. He graduated from Randwick TAFE in1993 and worked for a specialized crown & bridge laboratory until 1998, gaining bespoke skills in the art of wax and gold work. In 1998 he and co-founder Harry Polis, founded the company Dental X pressions, a dental Laboratory specializing in all aspects of ceramics, including PFM, pressed ceramics, refractory work, implant prosthetics and CAD/CAM. Alex has over 25 years of technical experience within the dental industry and has completed numerous hands on courses and lectures by international demonstrators. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and has recently completed the Advanced Diploma of Dental Prosthetics. His focus is on continually developing predictable techniques and a practical approach to restorative dentistry.

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Course duration

Start date: 31/10/2019

End date: 01/11/2019

contact details

If you have any questions regarding this course, please contact us using the following details:

Kasia Tatka

Tel : 1800 804 597

E-mail : kasia.tatka@nobelbiocare.com

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