Patient Evaluation & Treatment Planning
Surgical Session 1’s major objective is treatment planning for the partially edentulous patient. Prosthetic options, patient force factors, bone density, implant positions, implant number of abutments, ideal implant size in each tooth location, and bone volume related treatment options are presented in detail. The surgical procedure and prosthesis type presented in the first session is the replacement of a single posterior missing tooth. You can take as a series or individual classes.
- Each surgical session is 22 credit hours.
Dental Implant Complications - $2,000, 14 CEU
The Course you can't afford to Miss!
- Single Tooth, Immediate Placement
- Angulation Problems, Lack of Bone
- Many, Many More
Post Surgery Complications
- Incision Line Opening
- Neurosensory Impairment
- Many, Many More
This program was developed by Dr. Misch and his faculty to provide the specialist and the general dentist anopportunity that combines lecture and a hands-on opportunity. The 1 ½ days of lecture will focus on turning challenges into successful solutions for the soft tissue around teeth and dental implants.
- Prosthetic Guidelines for Esthetics
- Soft Tissue Healing
- Gingivectomy / Crown Lengthening
- Gingival / CT / Alloderm® Grafts
- Esthetic Crown Lengthening
- Root Coverage
- Tooth vs Implant Soft Tissue
Advanced Bone Grafting - 22 CEU
- Division B - Bone Spreading and Membranes
- Division C-w Bone Grafting - Symphysis Monocortical Block Grafts
- Division B Ramus Harvest Site
- Ramus Grafts vs. Symphysis Grafts
- Bone Structure, Biochemistry - Part 1
- Bone Structure, Biochemistry - Part 2
- Incisive Foramen Implants
- Division C-h and D Extraoral Grafts (tibia, ilium)
- liac Crest Grafts
- Tibia Grafts
Prosthetic Course I will discuss the rationale for implants and complete and partial edentulism as a national health problem. Clinicians will learn how to build treatment plans based on patient evaluation, bone density, prosthetic options and economics. They will learn to utilize the latest technology in computerized tomography and recognize the stress factors as they relate to biomechanics and treatment planning. Clinicians will be taught treatment plan modifications and options as they relate to implant success and failure. Hands-on laboratory workshops will demonstrate and let clinicians practice applications in a controlled learning environment.
May 2, 2013 - Orlando, FL - $700, 7 CEU
April 19-20, 2013 - Phoenix, AZ - $1,500, 14 CEU
September 27-28, 2013 - National Harbor, MD - $1,500, 14 CEU
December 5, 2013 - Las Vegas, NV - $700, 7 CEU
2 Day Complications - March 8-9, 2013 - Las Vegas, NV - Dr Misch $2,000 - More Info
Medical Emergencies - July 25, 2013 - Orlando FL , $700 - More Info
September 6-7, 2013 - Las Vegas, NV - $1,500, 14 CEU
Case Acceptance - March 14, 2013 - Orlando, FL - $600 per Doctor, $195 per Staff
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