New York Implant Institute

A Center for Implant Dentistry Education and Research
UNSPONSORED & UNBIASED EDUCATION

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New York Implant Institute

A Center for Implant Dentistry Education and Research
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1(888)818-9901

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00 A.M - 5:00 PM Sat & Sun: Closed

DENTAL IMPLANTS MADE SIMPLE

 Socket Grafting Introduction to Platelet-Rich Fibrin

On April 18th, 19th & 20th 2019, in Vancouver,  Canada

Course Fee $3500 C

COURSE OBJECTIVE:

​ You will learn Biologic basis and fundamental principles of Implant Dentistry.  This course is designed for beginners that wish to learn about the surgical phase of Implant dentistry. You will learn how to predictably place implants.

Participants will be able to diagnose, plan and surgically place single as well as multiple edentulous areas with endosseous implants in their practices. Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual which compiles PowerPoint slides from the lecture.

Several surgical techniques have been proposed by clinicians to preserve the socket during extraction. this course is designed to give you an depth knowledge some of the most common and predictable techniques available for general and implant dentists.

 

AFTER TAKING THIS COURSE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO

  • Establish basic foundation and understanding of Dental implants, their biologic basis and applicability in restoring single edentulous areas.
  • Predictably diagnose and treatment plan conventional single tooth implants.
  • Understand and manage complications with single tooth implants in both anterior and posterior areas.
  • Learn how to fabricate surgical guides in house with and without CBCT.
  • You will know what works and what doesn’t work.
  • You will recognize how to avoid and treat complications.
  • You will understand what we know about timing of implant placement and loading.
  • Gain confidence, improve clinical knowledge and skills to establish successful implant dentistry practice.

 

Each participant will learn the placement of root form dental implants in a unique interactive and simplified step-by-step fashion. 

The beginners course also includes the learning of the fundamentals of biomechanics the biology of bone, as well as the rationale for the diagnosis, treatment planning, and the clinical practice of placing root form dental implants. The course will also cover pre and post surgical considerations, possible post surgical infections, and the management of complications.

HANDS-ON EXERCISES are divided into 4 sessions including, treatment planning modalities, suturing techniques, and implant placement.

Treatment Planning Modalities will start with establishing diagnosis and treatment plans on actual cases provided by the New York Implant Institute. This exercise will utilize models, surgical templates and panoramic radiographs.

INSTRUMENTATION will include, introduction to instrumentation where in the participants will learn about the motorized functions as well as detailed usage instructions of all the surgical instruments including implant kits on blocks and models.

Surgical Suturing Techniques will go over the surgical technique, flap designs and reflection for implant placement on models and different suturing techniques used for implant placement.

IMPLANT PLACEMENT will include incisions and flap designs on the pig jaw ; placement of dental implants, manipulation of surgical flaps; obtaining of tension free closure ; suturing techniques, followed by a step-by-step guide to restoring the implants on models.

Day 1                                                                                                                      8 CE Hours

Morning Session

  • Current and future status of implants.
  • Endosteal implant design and its importance.
  • Understanding bone biology and osseointegration.
  • Anatomical considerations and limitations in relation to implant placement.
  • Hands-on, Step by step evaluation in establishing diagnosis and treatment planning.

Afternoon Session

  • Hands-on, Step by step evaluation in establishing diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Introduction of CBCT
  • Hands On -Interpreting CBCT (on Laptop) and radiographs

Day 2                                                                                                                      8 CE Hours

Morning Session

  • Principles of hard and soft tissue surgery.
  • Complications and managing complications.
  • Selecting your first implant case.

Afternoon Session

  • Hands on Surgical technique and suturing
  • Hands-on implant placement on models/pig jaws.

 

Day 3                                                                                                                     7 CE Hours

Morning Session

  • When, and when not, to use socket grafting.
  • Classification for sockets.
  • Instrumentation for socket grafting.
  • Managing infections in socket grafting sites.
  • Discuss  grafting materials, membranes and socket plugs.
  • Steps to achieve proper closure after socket grafting.

Afternoon Session

  • Socket Grafting techniques on models/pig jaw.
  • How to use membrane in conjunction with bone grafting (model and pig jaw exercise).
  • Introduction to PRF
  • Biology of wound healing and importance of vascularization.
  • Venipuncture – techniques and innovations.
  • Hands on venipuncture and bone grafting with PRF.
  • Hands On “Steaky Bone ” fabrication using Liquid PRF and Injectable PRF.
LOCATION

Pacific Oral Health Institute

#300-15850 24th Ave, Surrey BC, CANADA – V3Z 0G1

Location is just 10 minutes drive from the USA- Canada Border

30 Minutes Drive from the Vancouver Airport.

Dates: 18th, 19th & 20th April 2019

Timing: Day 1 & 2  8am – 6pm, Day 3  8am – 4pm

FOR REGISTRATION

Please send an email at

newdentist@pohs.ca

Or you can also contact Dr Aman Kataria directly at       778 242 1657

Light Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.

 

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