EDUCATION

Date Course Description Speaker Location Resources
June 2-3, 2017 Overdentures with Narrow-Diameter Implants

HANDS-ON AND LIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION! Participants will attend a 16 hour (2 consecutive days) course which encompasses evidence and clinical based lecture theory with a hands-on workshop with narrow-diameter implants. In addition, on the second day in the morning, participants will have the opportunity to view live patient surgeries. The live patient surgical procedure will illustrate live placement of implants on a patient and how to convert the patient’s existing dentures into overdentures. In addition, participants will have an additional 4 hrs (½ day) of advanced lecture and hands-on workshop encompassing digital 3D treatment planning and surgical placement of implants using CBCT fabricated surgical guides on models.
Michael Scherer, DMD, MS, FACP & Andrew Ingel, DMD, FAGD Las Vegas, NV
June 6, 2017 A Paradigm Shift for Implant Supported Fixed Full Arch Restorations

This evening program will focus on the most technically challenging and expensive prosthetic reconstruction for both the mandibular and maxillary arches, the full-arch implant supported fixed prosthesis. This presentation will highlight the latest treatment option for fixed full arch, implant-supported restorations, a system that requires no screws and no cement, simplifying the restorative technique and minimizing chair time for the restorative team, with fewer complications and treatment delays.
Robert A. del Castillo, DMD Quincy, MA
July 19, 2017 EINLADUNG ZUR EXLUSIVEN VERANSTALTUNG, FESTSITZENDE PROTHESEN – REVOLUTIONÄRES VERFAHREN (Course Language: German) Marius Steigmann, DDS, PHD Neckargemünd, Germany
August 18, 2017 Clinical Success with Narrow Diameter Overdenture Implants: Treatment Planning, Surgical and Marketing Techniques

Participants will attend a comprehensive course which encompasses evidence and clinical based lecture with a thorough review of implant overdenture theory, treatment planning, and surgical procedures. Surgical and prosthetic demonstration will be performed with the assistance of video recordings of cases performed by presenter. A hands-on owrkshop with narrow diameter overdenture implants will be conducted during the afternoon session.
Michael Scherer, DMD, MS, FACP Carlsbad, CA
September 21, 2017 Subcrestal Angle Correction For Full Arch Rehabilitation Hands-On Workshop

This workshop will teach an advanced treatment solution that incorporates implant designs that allow for complex anatomical conditions to be properly managed. Unique implant designs will help maximize the available bone, overcome anatomical structures and extend the A-P spread. It will also highlight the latest treatment option for fixed full arch, implant-supported restorations, a system that requires no screws and no cement, simplifying the restorative technique and minimizing chair time for the restorative team, with fewer complications and treatment delays.
Robert del Castillo, DMD Salt Lake City, UT
September 22, 2017 Fixed Full Arch Implant Solutions for the Edentulous Patient

This full day course is designed to simplify the treatment planning and protocol of the fixed full arch prosthesis. Learn about all aspects of the full-arch implant surgical-prosthetic protocols, including a new approach that does not require the need for screws or cement.
Robert del Castillo, DMD Carlsbad, CA
September 29-30, 2017 Implant Surgery - Level 1

Integrating implant surgery into your practice is not difficult or threatening, and it will certainly be a positive and profitable change in your professional life. You undoubtedly already have implant prosthodontics in your practice, and this course will update and enhance your prosthodontic skills. Primarily, the course emphasizes surgically placing small-diameter implants (1.8 to 2.9 mm in diameter) in edentulous and partially edentulous patients and placing conventional-diameter implants (3mm and larger in diameter) in healthy patients who do not require bone grafting.
Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD Provo, UT
September 29, 2017 Current Treatment Perspectives in Implant-Retained, Tissue Supported Overdentures for the Contemporary Dentist

Restoring the edentulous patient with implants presents numerous challenges to the clinician. These challenges can vary from simple functional and esthetics problems to more complicated ones. An organized treatment plan is necessary to overcome these problems so that the final product will be predictable and satisfactory. When a complete denture lacks the retention and the stability necessary for comfortable wear, an attachment implant overdenture is prescribed. This course will discuss diagnosis; treatment planning and complications of implant overdentures. Many clinical situations will be presented with a step-by-step simplified approach to provide final prostheses that meet patients’ expectations from esthetic and functional perspectives
Nadim Z. Baba, DMD Carlsbad, CA
November 10, 2017 Fixed Full Arch Implant Solutions for the Edentulous Patient

This workshop will teach an advanced treatment solution that incorporates implant designs that allow for complex anatomical conditions to be properly managed. Unique implant designs will help maximize the available bone, overcome anatomical structures and extend the A-P spread. It will also highlight the latest treatment option for fixed full arch, implant-supported restorations, a system that requires no screws and no cement, simplifying the restorative technique and minimizing chair time for the restorative team, with fewer complications and treatment delays.
Robert del Castillo, DMD Carlsbad, CA
December 8-9, 2017 Overdentures with Narrow-Diameter Implants

HANDS-ON AND LIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION! Participants will attend a 16 hour (2 consecutive days) course which encompasses evidence and clinical based lecture theory with a hands-on workshop with narrow-diameter implants. In addition, on the second day in the morning, participants will have the opportunity to view live patient surgeries. The live patient surgical procedure will illustrate live placement of implants on a patient and how to convert the patient’s existing dentures into overdentures. In addition, participants will have an additional 4 hrs (½ day) of advanced lecture and hands-on workshop encompassing digital 3D treatment planning and surgical placement of implants using CBCT fabricated surgical guides on models.
Michael Scherer, DMD, MS, FACP & Andrew Ingel, DMD, FAGD Las Vegas, NV