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  1. 1. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF IMPLANT DENTISTRYBONEGRAFTING Tenth annual technique course for generalists and specialists about bone grafting procedures featuring hands-on experience on cadaver heads Sponsored by American Academy of Implant Dentistry at Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine Henderson, Nevada February 17 -18, 2011 Register by Register Online at December 15th and Save $150
  2. 2. Course DescriptionThis course combines lectures and laboratory sessionsfeaturing hands-on experience for bone and tissuegrafting utilizing cadaver heads. The lectures focus onrelevant head and neck anatomy, subantral grafts,ridge expansion techniques, soft tissue and osseousgrafts, bone graft material classifications andindications, science of platelet rich plasma (PRP) andhow to obtain PRP using a simple cost-effectivetechnique, venipuncture techniques, and pertinentperioperative pharmacology. During the supervisedlaboratory sessions, participants will reviewanatomical landmarks and perform proceduresdemonstrated by the lecturers. Registrants will beprovided a list of instruments to bring to the course.Course ObjectivesAt the end of the course, the participants will be able to: • Recognize indications for bone grafting procedures. • Recognize anatomical landmarks pertinent to implant placement and bone grafting procedures. • Utilize the proper instrumentation for grafting procedures. • Classify bone grafting and barrier materials and recognize indications for use of each type. • Recognize potential complications of implant placement and bone grafting procedures. • Apply clinical protocols for subantral augmentation (sinus lift) using lateral wall and Summer’s techniques. • Apply clinical protocols for piezo surgical techniques. • Apply clinical protocols for ridge expansion techniques. • Apply clinical protocols for soft tissue grafting and manipulation • Acquire PRP and utilize it to maximize hard and soft tissue results. • Develop a perioperative protocol for the pharmacological management of post-operative pain and infectious complications that may occur with soft tissue and bone grafting procedures. Hotel Accommodations Many hotels are located in the Henderson/Las Vegas area. Make your reservations at the hotel of your choice. A list of hotels in the Henderson area is available from the AAID office upon request.
  3. 3. Course Faculty James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD is the course director. He maintains an implant practice in Clarion, Pennsylvania. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Dentistry and the Duquesne University School of Pharmacy, Dr. Rutkowski received his PhD degree in Pharmacology/Toxicology from Duquesne University in 2008. A Fellow of the AAID and a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry (ABOI/ID), the certifying board that the AAID sponsors, Dr. Rutkowski is the Editor of the Journal of Oral Implantology. Craig D. Cooper, DDS a graduate of Indiana University School of Dentistry, practices in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a Fellow of the AAID and a Diplomate of the ABOI/ID. Dr. Cooper has extensive experience in implant surgery, concentrating his practice on implant placement for referring dentists. He lectures frequently on implant-related topics. James W. Fennell, DDS a graduate of the Ohio State University School of Dentistry, completed a general practice residency at Womack Army Hospital and served as Officer in Charge of the dental facility at Cooke Barracks, Goppingen, Germany. A graduate of the Midwest Implant Institute, Dr. Fennell is an Associate Fellow of the AAID and a Diplomate of the ABOI/ID and practices general, implant and sedation dentistry in Cincinnati, Ohio.Dentists who have attended AAID’s Bone Grafting Course rave about the experience. Here iswhat just a few have said.• “Exposed me to valuable information about bone grafting procedures that I need to know if I want to do implant dentistry.”• “Great review of anatomy.”• ”Great clinical knowledge to be used and applied.”• “Covers all the bases.”• “Instructors very knowledgeable, accessible, professional.”• “Good teacher: student ratio”
  4. 4. Continuing Education CreditThis provides 16.5 hours ofcontinuing education credit.The American Academy ofImplant Dentistry is an Registration FormADA CERP Recognized Provider AAID Bone Grafting Course Registration (A separate registration form must be completed for each person.)Approved PACE Please register me for the Bone Grafting Course at Touro University Nevada,Program Provider February 17 -18, 2011FAGD/MAGD Credit Tuition Register Register6/1/2008 to 5/31/2012 By 12/15/10 After 12/15/10 AAID members $2,945 $3,095 Non-members (dentists) $3,445 $3,595 Allied dental staff $ 150 $ 150 The course tuition includes course materials, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks each day. Registration for the course is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis.California Recognized Register TODAY, either online or by fax or mail.Provider #3685 Cancellation and No-Shows The fee, less a $100 administrative charge, is refundable if notice of cancellation is received at least fourteen (14) days before the course begins.Course SponsorsThe AAID expresses its Name ________________________________________________________________appreciation to the following Streetcompanies for their support of ________________________________________________________________the course: City, State or Province, Zip ________________________________________________________________• Salvin Dental Specialties Office Phone #_______________________Fax #________________________• Impladent Ltd Payment □ My check, in the amount of US$______, is enclosed. (Make check payable to the AAID.) 211 E Chicago Avenue, Suite □ Charge $__________ to my (Check one) 750 □ Visa □MasterCard □ Discover □ American Express Chicago, IL 60611 Account No. _____________________________________________________Register online at Expiration _______ Security Code
  5. 5. Signature____________________________________________________Send Registration Form andpayment to AAID, 211 East ChicagoAve., Suite 750, Chicago, IL 60611,Attention: LaTasha. If paying bycredit card, you may fax theregistration form to 312-335-9090.You can also register online