|2012 Annual Meeting - Phoenix, Arizona||March 1-3|
|Round Table Clinics|
|Friday, March 2
7:00 - 8:00 am
These interactive sessions are designed to give attendees the opportunity to learn in a small group setting.
Members: $75 each presentation
Non-Members $100 each presentation
RT-1 (sold out)
|RT-2 (sold out)
Immediate Loading Concepts: When, Where and How
Peter Moy, DMD
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe the benefits and disadvantages of using guided surgical techniques and immediate loading; 2) identify new surgical and prosthetic principles to enhance clinical outcomes for the implant patient when treated with immediate loading; 3) discuss how to incorporate this information into their daily practices when managing their implant cases; and 4) explain how to differentiate when immediate loading is feasible in the fully edentulous patient, partially dentated and patients missing a single tooth.
|RT-3 (sold out)
Immediate Implant Placement: Is It Safe and Predictable?
Stephen Wheeler, DDS
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) realize the inherent risks in immediate placement in the esthetic zone; 2) understand the strict criteria in both hard and soft tissue architecture needed for safe immediate implant placement; and 3) realize that newer techniques in socket preservation and grafting can yield the same esthetic results as immediate placement, if not better and more predictably.
Digital Dentistry from the Lab Perspective: Interfacing with the Lab on Scanning Methods
Tony Prestipino, CDT
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) understand how to digitally scan and intra-orally restore implants; 2) understand how to create CAD/CAM abutments; and 3) use digital CAD/CAM technology to create and restore full-arch hybrid cases.
rhBMP-2 for Implant Site Development
Craig Misch, DDS, MDS
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) understand the basic biology of rhBMP-2; 2) select appropriate cases for rhBMP-2 site development; and 3) understand the limitations of the collagen sponge for space maintenance.
Coordinated Care for the Complex Periodontal/Prosthetic/Dental Implant Reconstruction
Kenneth Malament, DDS, MScD
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify explicit methods of treatment planning and coordination between team members: 2) select and design prostheses for complex treatment scenarios; and 3) institute methods of communication and involvement with the dental laboratory.
Digital Implant Dentistry
Frank Higginbottom, DDS, MScD
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) implement cone beam CT technology, local digital guide fabrication and incorporate soft tissue lasers; 2) utilize digital implant planning techniques and guided surgery, and 3) discuss digital impressions and CAD/CAM restorations.
Treating the Edentulous Patient and Those Who Should Be
Steven Lewis, DMD
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) put into perspective the value of the natural tooth vs. the prosthetic goal; 2) appreciate the importance of bone reduction in the success of hybrid; and 3) understand the importance of implant position vs. number of implants.
Treatment Alternatives for the Replacement of Multiple Missing Teeth in the Esthetic Zone
Hans-Peter Weber, DMD
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) assess the patient-specific risks for successful treatment outcomes with the esthetic replacement of multiple missing teeth in the maxillary anterior; 2) define various treatment options and effectively communicate them with the patient; and 3) design esthetic implant-supported prostheses for the discussed indications.
Managing Peri-Implantitis with Lasers
Bret Dyer, DDS, MS
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) anticipate the outcome of treatment from the anatomy of the bony defect; 2) apply Diode laser applications for disinfection and enhancement of soft tissue, 3) utilize Erbium laser applications for implant disinfection and bone regeneration; and 4) utilize low level laser therapy around implants.
Digital Implant Dentistry: New Techniques and Technologies for Outstanding Implant Restorations
Gary Morris, DDS
Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) look at different implant impression techniques and determine when it is appropriate to use each; 2) compare digital impression and conventional implant specific impression protocols in the delivery of esthetic and accurate implant restorations; and 3) compare digital impression and conventional implant-specific impression protocols for multiple unit implant restorations.
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