Core Implant Program - Session I & II

Atlanta, United States : Sep 14, 2017
  • Course overview

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    This program is offered in two separate sessions. This eight-day program covers a structured approach to diagnostics, treatment planning and safe implant placement from single-tooth to full-mouth as well as marketing of the implant practice. They are hands-on focused in order to enhance the learning experience.

    This program is aimed at clinicians who have been exposed to oral surgery and wish to include prosthetic and surgical implant dentistry in their clinical practice.

    This eight-day program will enable participants to…
    – Have thorough knowledge of the principles of diagnosis and treatment planning of implant based restorations.
    – Have thorough knowledge of the different treatment options available with implant dentistry.
    – Efficiently implement implant dentistry in clinical practice.
    – Confidently apply surgical and prosthetic protocols.

    Session 1: Diagnosis Treatment Planning and Prosthetics

    •    Implant Demographics – The Need is Everywhere
    •    Profit and Implants in your Practice
    •    Treatment Planning for the Implant Patient
    •    Anatomical Basis for Implant Selection and Positioning
    •    Strategies From the Single Tooth to the Whole Mouth
    •    Selection of Implants and Positioning for Esthetics
    •    Removable Prostheses – Implant Supported
    •    Impression Techniques
    •    Cement Retained Prostheses
    •    Cementation Techniques
    •    Cement Retrievability 
    •    Implant Occlusion
    •    Marketing Your Implant Practice for Profit 

    Session II is scheduled for: October 5-7, 2017
  • Speaker information

    • Dr. Hebel is internationally recognized for his expertise in implant dentistry. He has provided hundreds of lectures worldwide and is dedicated to a broad-based understanding of implantology for all dentists. His areas of focus include treatment planning, implant prosthetics, implant surgery, allog ...
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     This program is offered in 2 separate sessions. 

     
    Session II is scheduled for: October 5-7, 2017
    Session 2: Core Implant Surgery Using Multiple Implant Systems

    •    Implant Demographics – The Need is Everywhere
    •    Profit and Implants in your Practice
    •    Implant Surgery-The Structured Approach for Safe Placement
    •    Implant Surgery for Single Tooth Placement
    •    Implant Surgery for the Partially Edentulous 
    •    Implant Surgery for the Totally Edentulous
    •    Tapered Implant System
    •    Tapered Implant System-hands on with models
    •    Active Implant System
    •    Active Implant System-hands on with models
    •    Bone Physiology & Bone Healing
    •    Implant Pharmacology