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    • Prepared for: Prospective Partners Prepared by: Dr. Mislav S. Pavelic Tuesday, August 19, 2008Dental Implant Partners - Implant Dentistry Residency Program Dental Implant Partners T 905.855.2222 F 416.622.0471 dentalimplantpartners.com
    • Dental Implant PartnersOverview / Diagnosis & Treatment Planning..........................................1Course Objectives............................................................................... 2Fixed Prosthetic Options...................................................................3-4Removable Prosthetic Options..........................................................4-5Patient Evaluation & Treatment Planning............................................6-7Root Form Surgery Division A Bone..................................................7-9Membrane Grafting.........................................................................9-10Immediate Loading.......................................................................11-12Sinus Grafting...............................................................................12-13Peri-Implant Plastic Surgery..........................................................13-15Advanced Bone Grafting Ramus & Symphysis Block Grafts.........15-16Course Schedule...............................................................................17Contact Info......................................................................................18 Table of ContentsDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency & Partnership Opportunity
    • Dental Implant PartnersOverviewThe Dental Implant Partners Group is offering a two year residency program in implantdentistry leading to a practicing partnership with the group. For the last 20 years, TheDental Implant Partners Group has offered dental services in Downtown Toronto,Etobicoke and Mississauga to the public focusing on clinical proficiency in the surgicaland prosthodontic aspects of implant dentistry. A resident in the program is expectedto obtain advanced training in the following areas:• Basic and advanced surgical procedures in implant dentistry.• Advanced Prosthodontic rehabilitation supported by dental implants.• Participation in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Fixed Prosthetic Options,Removable Prosthetic Options, Surgical Patient Evaluation, Root Form Surgery,Membrane Grafting, Immediate Loading, Sinus Grafting, Peri-implant plastic surgery,and Advanced Bone Grafting with ramus and symphysis block graftingDiagnosis & Treatment PlanningProgram TopicsProgram Topics• Rationale for Implants• Prosthetic Options• Bone Volume - Available Bone• Posterior Single Tooth Implant• Stress Factors• Treatment Plan Modifiers• Implant Success and Failure• Radiographic Diagnostic Interpretation• Stress and Treatment Planning• Pre-implant Prosthodontics• Bone Density and Treatment Planning• Templates and Study Casts• Biomaterials and Biomechanics• Treatment Planning Session• Implant Number / Prosthesis• Implant Economics• Laboratories - workshops !• Computerized Tomography WorkshopDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency & Partnership Opportunity 1
    • Dental Implant PartnersProgram ObjectivesCourse Objectives • Recognize and explain the impact of complete and partial edentulism as a national health problem in dentistry. • Understand the history of dental implants, recognize the pioneering efforts, and understand the current and future status of implant dentistry. • Classify and define the different types and modalities of dental implants. • Classify and define different prosthetic options for implant dentistry. • Explain the anatomical maxillary and mandibular considerations and limitations in relation to implant placement. • Recognize diagnostic imaging procedures for the assessment of available bone quantity and quality. • Understand the biological basis (materials, mechanics and implant- tissue interface) and interactions between dental implants and host tissues. • Demonstrate and conduct complete dental history and clinical evaluation of implant patients. Assess implant quality of health and matters to obtain and maintain health of soft and hard tissues. • Recognize and identify local conditions which may influence the surgical and/or the prosthetic implant treatment. • Recognize and properly perform referral procedures to medical and dental specialists, when indicated. • Complete sequential treatment surgical planning for implant treatment, including alternative treatments. Describe a protocol for preparation; dentally, medically, psychologically and financially, prior to placement of implants. • Properly perform implant surgical placement procedures for posterior single tooth implants, manage related complications and recognize situations which mandate referral for posterior single tooth surgery. • Understand and apply principles for proper hard and soft tissue surgery. Such as, but not limited to, incision design, flap preparation, osteomy preparation, controlled pressure and heat generation, implant placement and suturing for posterior single tooth surgery. • Establish an organized approach to implant placement techniques with the abilities to select the appropriate surgical technique and materials in relationship to the bony topography. • Establish an organized approach to ridge atrophy management with the abilities to select the appropriate implant modality in relationship to the bony anatomy. • Select and fabricate surgical templates with different designs for each specific surgical indication. • Develop treatment planning skills specific to implant restorationsDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency & Partnership Opportunity 2
    • Dental Implant PartnersFixed Prosthetic OptionsProgram Topics:• Fixed Prosthetic Options• Anterior Single Tooth Implants• Cemented Prostheses Principles• Abutment Selection for Cemented Prosthesis• Prosthesis Fabrication, Direct and Indirect Technique• Implant Protective Occlusion• Joining Implants To Teeth• Occlusal Materials• Progressive Bone Loading• Treatment Planning the Maxilla• Occlusal Evaluation• Immediate Loading• Attachments for Fixed Prostheses• Abutment Screw Loosening• Common Complications in Implants ! Prosthetics• Implant Design Rationale• Treatment Planning Options for FPD• Premaxillary Implant Prosthetics• Treatment Planning Session• Crown Height Space Considerations• Color Scheme Selection• Laboratories - workshops• Patient Demonstration (live)Course Objectives • Compare the three prosthetic options for fixed prostheses in implant dentistry. • Understand and perform maxillary anterior single tooth crowns on implants. • Appreciate the ideal implant size requirements for implant restorations. • Apply ideal soft tissue drape conditions to implant dentistry. • Learn and apply principles of cemented prostheses to implant dentistry. • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of three different methods to provide fixed implant prostheses to patients. • Understand and apply occlusal concepts to implant fixed restorations.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency & Partnership Opportunity 3
    • Dental Implant Partners • Learn the biomechanical approach to treatment planning. • Understand the most common causes of complications in implant dentistry. • Determine when, how and why an implant may be joined to a natural tooth in an implant restoration. • Understand the differences and indications between direct and indirect restorative techniques • Learn the step by step approach to fabricate an implant prosthesis using the direct or indirect techniques • Determine methods to select the occlusal material for an implant prosthesis. • Understand and apply the basic principles to proper shade selection • Understand bone density and how it affects treatments plans and complications. • Learn and apply methods to increase bone density by progressive bone loading. • Recognize three different healing methods used in implant dentistry. • Appreciate the advantages of one stage healing in implant surgery. • Understand the scientific rationale to immediate loading of implant restorations. • Perform step by step procedures for implant restorations on laboratory models. • Treatment plan partial and complete edentulous patients for implant restorations. • Perform radiographic interpretation techniques for partial edentulous patients. • Treatment PlanningRemovable Prosthetic OptionsProgram Topics• Removable Prosthetic Options• Generic Terminology of Implant Components and overdentures• Cement vs. Screw In Prostheses: Indications and Complications• Implant Overdentures for the Maxilla• Implant Overdentures for the Mandible• Step-by-Step Removable Prosthesis Fabrication• Bar Design and Attachment SelectionDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency & Partnership Opportunity 4
    • Dental Implant Partners Course Objectives • Compare two prosthetic options for implant overdentures in completely edentulous patients. • Learn and use a generic terminology of implant prosthetic components for implant overdentures. • Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of cement retained restorations and compare with the advantages and disadvantages of screw retained restorations. • Diagnose and perform five different overdenture options for completely edentulous mandibles. • Perform step by step procedures for an implant overdenture in the mandible. • Understand the advantages and disadvantages of implant overdentures compared to fixed prostheses. • Understand and select implant overdenture attachments ! and bar designs used in implant dentistry. • Appreciate the difference between attachment movement and prosthesis movement for implant overdentures. • Review the classic principles for maxillary denture support, retention and stability. • Understand the differences between maxillary denture fabrication apposing a denture vs. an implant prosthesis. • Treatment plan maxillary implant overdentures. • Perform step by step procedures required for maxillary implant overdentures. • Recognize six advantages for segmented prostheses with attachments for fixed implant restorations and four disadvantages. • Compare five different treatment options for fixed prosthetics in the edentulous mandible, based upon flexure and torsion and biomechanics. • Observe and perform photographic techniques required for implant prosthetics. • Diagnose and treatment plan patients for implant overdentures or fixed prostheses using radiographic imaging, CT scans and diagnostic casts. • Treatment PlanningDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 5
    • Dental Implant Partners Patient Evaluation & Treatment Planning SurgeryProgram Topics• Rationale for Implants• Patient Evaluation and treatment planning• 50 Dental Criteria which influence implant supported prostheses• Implant Quality of Health Scale• Available Bone Volume• Bone Density• Stress Factors• Implant Number / Prosthesis• Implant Suturing• Radiographic Interpretation• CT Scan related Surgical Techniques and Templates !• Treatment Planning on Mandibular Overdentures and Single Tooth Treatment Options• Pre-implant Prosthetics• Surgical Placement - Posterior Single tooth• Laboratories - Workshops• Computerized Tomography WorkshopCourse Objectives • Recognize and explain the impact of complete and partial edentulism as a national health problem in dentistry. • Understand the history of dental implants, recognize the pioneering efforts, and understand the current and future status of implant dentistry. • Classify and define the different types and modalities of dental implants. • Classify and define different prosthetic options for implant dentistry. • Explain the anatomical maxillary and mandibular considerations and limitations in relation to implant placement. • Recognize diagnostic imaging procedures for the assessment of available bone quantity and quality. • Understand the biological basis (materials, mechanics and implant- tissue interface) and interactions between dental implants and host tissues. • Demonstrate and conduct complete dental history and clinical evaluation of implant patients.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 6
    • Dental Implant Partners • Assess implant quality of health and matters to obtain and maintain health of soft and hard tissues. • Recognize and identify local conditions which may influence the surgical and/or the prosthetic implant treatment. • Recognize and properly perform referral procedures to medical and dental specialists, when indicated. • Complete sequential treatment surgical planning for implant treatment, including alternative treatments. • Describe a protocol for the preparation; (dental, medical, psychological and financial) prior to placement of implants. • Properly perform implant surgical placement procedures for posterior single tooth implants, manage related complications and recognize situations which mandate referral for posterior single tooth surgery. • Understand and apply principles for proper hard and soft ! tissue surgery, healing such as but not limited to, incision design, flap preparation, osteotomy preparation, controlled pressure and heat generation-implant placement, suturing for posterior single tooth surgery. • Establish an organized approach to implant placement techniques with the abilities to select the appropriate surgical technique and materials in relationship to the bony topography. • Describe and prepare surgical procedures with awareness of anatomic landmarks and possible short and long term complications for posterior implant surgery. • Establish an organized approach to ridge atrophy management with the abilities to select the appropriate implant modality in relationship to the bony topography. • Understand and properly perform suturing techniques. Root Form Surgery Division A BoneProgram Topics• Oral Sedation• Radiographic Interpretation and Treatment Plans for the Posterior Mandible• Socket Grafting• Root Form Surgery• Methods to Treat Division A Bone• Anterior Mandible• Division A Root Form Design• Bone Density Related Surgery• Root Form Uncovery !• Posterior Mandibular "Safe Zone" for implants • Short and Long Term Root Form Complications • Radiographic Interpretation andDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 7
    • Dental Implant Partners Treatment Plans for Division B Bone • Treatment Planning for Screw Retained Overdentures • Live Surgery - Anterior Mandible with Division A implants • Laboratories - workshopsCourse Objectives • Describe and perform the step by step protocol of the Brånemark surgical approach for root form implant with "osseointegration" as the treatment goal. • Understand the surgical treatment plan options for abundant bone (Division A). • Appreciate and describe the components involved in implant body design, including the crest module, implant body and apical criteria. • Understand and apply principles for soft tissue incision, reflection and suturing in conjunction with root form placement. • Compare the surgical approach for ideal bone and the Brånemark approach to conditions of very hard or very soft bone. ! • Appreciate and reduce the consequences of pressure and heat generation during implant osteotomy procedures. • Increase surgical success rates in implant surgery in conditions of very hard or very soft bone. • Understand the diagnosis and treatment options of altered nerve sensation related to the posterior mandibular implant surgery. • Describe the surgical anatomy of the posterior mandible, with emphasis on the safe zone for endosteal implants. • Perform a detailed surgical uncovery of root form implants which is dependent upon the soft and hard tissue conditions. • Perform root form surgical procedures on single tooth and edentulous patient models. • Understand the events of bone formation after the extraction of a natural tooth. • Apply basic bone grafting procedures after the extraction of a natural tooth.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 8
    • Dental Implant Partners • Understand the principles of osteoinduction. • Describe and treat the complications of root form surgery and the treatment of long term root form complications. • List six treatment plan options for removable restorations in a completely edentulous patient. • Understand and perform sedation for implant surgical procedures. • Provide radiographic interpretation for partially and completely edentulous patient conditions with available bone height. • Discuss and describe treatment plan options for partially and completely edentulous patients who desire fixed or removable restorations when adequate bone height is available. • Observe many live surgical placements of endosteal root form implants in partially and/or completely edentulous mandibles. • May perform or assist a root form surgical procedure on an edentulous patient. Membrane GraftingProgram Topics• Narrow Diameter Root Forms• Bone Growth Factors (PRP)• Particulate Bone Harvesting Techniques• Osteoplasty Prior to Root Forms• Membrane Placement, Bone Grafting• Anterior Single Tooth Placement• Esthetics and Anterior Implant Placement• Membrane Grafts• Radiographic Treatment Planning for Division C ! Bone in the Mandible• Implant Placement after Extraction• Basic Keys for Bone Grafting• Narrow Diameter Root Forms• Pharmacology• Soft Tissue Management• Laboratories - workshops Course Objectives • Understand the three surgical options for sufficient bone volumes (Division B). • Describe the unique implant design requirements for narrow root form implant designs. • Perform and understand the osteoplasty surgical approach prior to root form implant insertion.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 9
    • Dental Implant Partners • Appreciate and list the keys to Bone Grafting in order to obtain predictable results. • Recognize and be able to obtain growth factors in conjunction with particulate bone grafting prior to implant placement. • Describe and perform soft tissue procedures: such as incision line, reflection, soft tissue coverages and suturing techniques for bone grafting. • Perform procedures to obtain autologous bone for particulate bone grafts. • Appreciate osteoconductive materials and understand the rate of resorption dependent upon physical factors of the product. • Perform the "layered approach" to particulate bone grafting for bone width enhancement (developed by Misch). • Describe and compare bone membrane options and list the advantages for each category. • Recognize and perform bone site development prior to ! graft and membrane placement involved in particulate bone grafting. • Describe the ideal host site conditions for maxillary anterior root form implants. • Evaluate and perform the soft tissue incision line options for maxillary anterior root form surgery. • Describe the three angulations options for root form implant placement in the esthetic zone. • Evaluate and select the ideal implant diameter for single tooth replacement in the esthetic zone. • Determine and achieve the proper implant depth during surgical placement of implants. • Perform different methods to enhance the soft tissue profile around implants in the esthetics zone. • Perform surgical procedures related to membrane particulate bone grafts laboratory models. • Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of the implant surgical placement procedure in conjunction with the natural tooth extraction. • Describe and understand the pharmacologic protocol for implant surgery. • Discuss Radiographic treatment planning options for moderate bone volume. • May perform or assist on a patient surgical procedures to insert a single tooth implant in the esthetic zone. • May perform or assist on a patient surgical procedure to augment residual bone in width, with a membrane and particulate graft technique. Observe live surgical placements of root form implants in the maxillary anterior esthetic zone.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 10
    • Dental Implant Partners • Observe live surgical procedures related to membrane particulate bone grafting procedures.Immediate LoadingProgram Topics• Surgical Options C-h Bone• Prosthetic Options C-h Bone• D1 Bone / C-h Bone• Immediate Load - Rationale• Immediate Load - Complete Edentulous Surgery• N-Fit and Single Tooth Immediate Loading• Risks of Immediate Load• Intramucosal Inserts• Pathways of Infection• HA Grafts to Premaxilla• Marketing• Posterior Mandibular Subperiosteal Implants - Indications - Surgery ! - Subperiosteal Implant Design• Small Dimension Implants• Laboratories - workshops• Live Surgery DemonstrationsCourse Objectives • Understand the prosthetic options for moderate bone volume based upon desire, biomechanics and needs of the patient. • Prepare a root form osteotomy in the most dense bone type and appreciate the increased surgical risk of failure. • Understand the scientific rationale for immediate loading compared to staged healing approach. • Describe the treatment sequence for immediate loading in a completely edentulous patient for a fixed prosthesis. • Describe the treatment sequence for immediate loading in a completely edentulous patient for an implant overdenture. • Describe a treatment sequence for immediate loading in a partially edentulous patient with multiple adjacent missing teeth for a fixed restoration. • Describe a treatment sequence for immediate loading in a partially edentulous patient with a single missing tooth. • Appreciate why the risks of immediate loading are different for each patient conditions. • Understand the consequences and treatment of complications related to immediate loading. • Learn the anatomical "pathways of infection" in the head and neck region.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 11
    • Dental Implant Partners • Describe and apply the dense hydroxylapatite graft procedure in the maxillary anterior region for denture support or ovate pontics. • Describe the surgical options for moderate bone volume (Division C), including augmentation, root form implants and/or subperiosteal implants. • Describe the surgical steps of a subperiosteal implant in the edentulous posterior mandible. • List the ideal patient conditions for treatment with a subperiosteal implant in the posterior mandible. • Describe the subperiosteal implant design based upon biomechanical principles. • Understand the type and treatment of complications related to posterior subperiosteal implants in the ! mandible. • Perform radiographic interpretation for partial and completely edentulous patients with moderate bone volume. • Appreciate the advantages and methods for practice management in an implant practice. • Observe the surgical procedure of a subperiosteal implant in the posterior mandible of a patient. • Perform the surgical procedure for a subperiosteal implant for a demonstration model. • May perform or assist on a subperiosteal implant surgery for a patientObserve the surgical procedures for a dense HA bone graft in the anteriormaxilla.Sinus GraftingProgram Topics• Maxillary Sinus Anatomy• Pathology and Histology• Surgical Approach and Treatment Plans in the Posterior Maxilla• Keys to Sinus Bone Grafting• Sinus Grafts - Rationale• Sinus Grafts - Pharmacology• Sinus Grafts - Materials• Sinus Surgery Complications• Sinus Lift• Treatment Planning for the Edentulous Maxilla !• Implant Surgery for D4 Bone Density• Implant Surface Conditions• Laboratories - workshops• Live Surgery DemonstrationsDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 12
    • Dental Implant PartnersCourse Objectives • List the treatment options to provide fixed prosthetic support for prosthesis in maxillary posterior edentulous sites. • Describe the maxillary sinus anatomy of partially and completely edentulous patients. • Diagnose the types of pathology most often observed in the maxillary sinus. • Recognize four different gingival approaches to the treatment of bone grafting in the posterior maxillary edentulous region. • Compare the surgical approach of bone condensation or compression with bone extraction techniques in conjunction with implant placement. • Treatment plan the completely edentulous maxilla for fixed or removable implant prostheses. • Describe implant body surface conditions and list the advantages and disadvantages of each condition. • Understand the pharmacology protocol for sinus grafts • Perform the sinus graft procedure on a demonstration model • Describe and perform the sinus graft procedure in the edentulous posterior maxilla. • Understand the "keys to bone grafting" as applied to sinus graft. • Understand the different categories of bone grafting materials and their role in the sinus graft protocol • Recognize the differences between sinus lift and sinus ! graft procedures. • Learn the steps to perform a sinus lift surgery with predictable results. • May perform or assist on the sinus graft procedure on a patient. • Observe sinus bone graft surgical procedures on patients. • Observe the sinus lift implant insertion procedure on patients.Provide radiographic interpretation and treatment plans for completelyedentulous maxillae.Peri-implant Plastic SurgeryProgram Topics• Prosthetic Guidelines for Esthetics• Soft Tissue Healing• Gingivectomy / Crown Lengthening• Gingival / CT / AllodermT Grafts• Esthetic Crown Lengthening• Root CoverageDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 13
    • Dental Implant Partners• Tooth vs Implant Soft Tissue• Keys for Soft Tissue Management• Soft Tissue Management Around Dental Implants• Orthodontic Extrusion• Soft Tissue Consideration and Timing for Surgery• Ridge Preservation• Implant Size and Position for Esthetics• Extraction / Immediate Implant Placement• N-Fit vs One Stage• One Stage vs Two Stage !• Live Surgery• Laboratories - Workshops• Derma Fillers Course Objectives • Discuss the guidelines for esthetics relative to the hard and soft tissues of the mouth. • Review the anatomy and biologic principles of soft tissue healing and suturing. • Describe and compare crown lengthening on natural teeth and implants for esthetics. • Observe crown lengthening procedures on patients in conjunction with implant insertion or uncovery. • Present step by step procedures required for root coverage of natural teeth. • Compare the techniques of keratinized tissue grafts, connective tissue grafts and freeze dried acellular dermis grafts used for root coverage. • Appreciate the similarity and differences in soft tissues around implants and natural teeth. • Apply the anatomy and biology of soft tissue to the keys for soft tissue management techniques around dental implants. • Learn the soft tissue timing techniques involved in the soft tissue drape around dental implants. • Understand the step by step techniques in ridge preservation following the extraction of natural teeth. • Discuss the advantages and procedures for hard and soft tissue improvement via orthodontic extrusion procedures. • Appreciate the implant size requirements for soft tissue esthetics. • Relate the position of the implant and the resultant esthetic ! appearance of the restoration. • Utilize the tooth extraction/ implant placement procedure to maintain soft tissue esthetics. • Appreciate the difference between a 2-stage a 1-stage or a N-FIT concept relative to esthetic considerations.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 14
    • Dental Implant Partners • Recognize and treat soft tissue complications. • Observe live patient surgery for esthetic soft tissue management procedures in implant dentistry.Perform soft tissue surgical procedures including free gingival grafts,connective tissue grafts, and acellular dermis grafts on laboratory/ animalmodels.Advanced Bone Grafting Ramus & Symphysis Block GraftsProgram Topics• 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• Growth Factors / PRP• Transitional Implants• Incisive Foramen Implants• Division C-h and D Extraoral Grafts (tibia, ilium)• Iliac Crest Grafts• Tibia Grafts• Radiographic Interpretation - Treatment ! Planning• Demonstration Surgery• Live Surgeries• Laboratories - WorkshopsCourse Objectives • Recognize the 12 different "Keys to Bone Grafting" required for predictable success. • Understand soft tissue principles of bone grafting: including flap design, flap extension, soft tissue closure and suturing. • Perform site development procedures related to hard tissue healing. • Apply biologic factors such as growth factors to the bone graft process. • Appreciate the need for a "layered" approach for growth factors involved in large volume bone grafts. • Perform methods to increase platelet rich plasma (PRP) and learn the advantages for soft tissue as well as hard tissue on bone grafting. • Recognize the advantages for block vs. particulate bone grafts for large defects. • Describe the step by step procedure for harvesting a ramus and/or body of the mandible for block bone grafts. • Understand the impact of defect size and shapes on the bone graft techniques to be selected.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 15
    • Dental Implant Partners • Establish the skills and techniques for block fixation necessary for predictable bone grafting. • Describe the step by step procedure for harvesting a symphysis mono cortical block for bone grafting. • Understand the complications - during surgery, immediate post-operative and long term for the harvest site of the ramus and/or symphysis. • Learn the difference in a symphysis bone harvest for a single tooth, multiple adjacent teeth, or a bone graft for height. • Understand bone structure, physiology and biochemistry involved in bone graft healing. • Apply the anatomy of the ramus, symphysis, iliac crest and tibia donor sites to the harvesting of bone for ! larger defects. • Apply the principles of bone grafting to iliac crest bone grafts for edentulous maxillae and mandibles. • Observe the step by step procedures required to harvest a tibia particulate graft for bone graft for bone grafting. • Diagnose and treatment plan partial and edentulous patients for bone grafting and implant reconstruction. • Learn the step by step procedures necessary for bone spreading in conjunction with implant insertion. • Learn to recognize and treat bone grafting procedures complications. • Observe many live surgical procedures which require block bone grafting • Perform bone spreading procedures on demonstration models. • Perform block harvest and fixation techniques on demonstration models. • Understand the ideal implant positions for a completely edentulous maxilla for an implant reconstruction.Observe the step by step procedures for placing implants in the incisiveforamen for maxillary overdentures.Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 16
    • Dental Implant PartnersDate TaskJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberDate TaskJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember ScheduleDental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 17
    • Dental Implant PartnersContact InfoThank you for your interest in the Dental Implant Partners Residency Program. Upon review ofthis document, please forward any further inquiries to us. Take your dental career to the nextlevel, contact us to book aninterview. Dr. Mislav S. Pavelic SHERWAYDENTISTRY Dr. Mislav Pavelic has been practicing for the past 20 years in Restorative and Cos- metic Dentistry. He believes in the har-Dental Implant Partners mony of oral health, aesthetics, and func-Dr. Mislav S. Pavelic tion to be symbiotic and provides healthy and beautiful out- comes for his pa- tients.T 905-855-2222 In all aspects of den-info@dentalimplantpartners.com tistry, from ZOOM! teeth whitening, to custom crafted ve- neers and implants, Dr. Pavelic’s prag-dentalimplantpartners.com matic approach and attention to detail are key to his success. From the desk of -- Mislav S. Pavelic Doctor of Dental Surgery An accomplished Dental Surgeon currently operating 2 practices, Dr. Pavelic states that his greatest accomplishment is being a father of three. Over the years, he has made it his top priority keep up to date with the latest practices in dentistry and completed advanced training in various elds. Some of his creden- tials include: * University of Toronto 1998 * Fellow of International Congress of Oral Implantologists * Advanced training in dental implants -- Misch International Implant Institute * Advanced training in Bone Grafting and Regeneration from the MIII and Temple University * Also has completed advanced programs in: Cosmetic Dentistry, Orthodontics, Soft Tissue Management, Zoom! Whitening, Smile Makeovers, and Reconstructive Dentistry * Has extensive clinical experience in the use of multiple dental laser wavelengths and has completed accredited training programs from the Academy of Laser Dentistry in the use of Argon & Erbium (ER:Yag) wavelengths. “With the advancements in dentistry today, there is no longer any reason why everybody shouldn’t enjoy their oral health for a lifetime. With this rapid advancement in technology, many questions arise and it is our promise that we will always be available to you to answer your questions.” Dr. Pavelic Contact 1Dental Implant Partners - Implant Residency and Partnership Opportunity 18