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Implant Surgery – Level 2 Practical Clinical Courses 2018

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Title: Implant Surgery - Level 2 Practical Clinical Courses 2018
Specialty: Thoracic Surgery
Dates: From Apr, 27, 2018 to Apr, 28, 2018
Location: Seattle, USA
Type: Course
Registration Cost: From 950 to 2500 USD
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Implant Surgery - Level 2 Practical Clinical Courses is organized by Gordon J. Christensen - Practical Clinical Courses and will be held during Apr 27 - 28, 2018 at Provo, Utah, United States of America. This CME Conference has been approved with a maximum of 15.00 CE Hours. 

Placing implants in healthy patients with adequate bone, and even those who require some bone grafting, is relatively simple, enjoyable, and profitable! It should be a part of the practice of any interested dentist. This course is oriented toward those dentists who have had a moderate level of surgical experience, enjoy it, and want to increase their knowledge and clinical skills in placement of implants. 

The following and other topics are included in the course:

• Diagnosis and treatment planning for implants vs. conventional restorative prosthodontic services

• Practice management related to implant placement

• Indications and contraindications for implants

• Essential oral anatomy

• Evaluating when implant placement requires bone grafting

• Bone grafting materials and techniques

• Simplified sinus lift procedures

• Comparison of implant companies

• Implant placement techniques

• Actual placement of implants in dentoforms

• Related prosthodontic materials and techniques

Conference Objectives are :

• Determine and prioritize in which clinical situations implants are needed

• Determine which clinical situations are within the range of their capabilities, and which require referral to appropriate specialists

• Discuss the important physical heath requirements, oral clinical requirements, and patient psychological requirements for implant placement

• Discuss the relationship of oral anatomy to implant placement

• Describe bone types appropriate for implant placement

• List steps and equipment and supplies necessary for patient education and adequate diagnosis

• Describe adequate radiographs for simple implant placement

• Discuss and compare the popular types of root-form implants

• Relate the implant types and sizes to the amount of bone necessary for implant placement without grafting

• Describe and list the requirements for emergency equipment when placing implants

• Discuss surgical principles related to implant placement

• List appropriate dentist and staff responsibilities for implant placement

• Discuss appropriate operatory set-up for implant placement

• Describe necessary anesthetic procedures, analgesics, and antibiotics

• Describe and list typical surgical equipment and instrument needs

• List the steps, techniques, and instruments needed for typical root-form implant placement, including soft-tissue management, osteotomy, implant placement, grafting if necessary, one appointment or two appointment surgery with implant exposure, loading of implants, implant maintenance

• Describe implant failures and how to prevent them

• On returning home, place implants in healthy patients who have adequate bone

• Have the desire for further education/training in implant dentistry

Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD
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