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  1. 1. New Orleans Learning ObjectivesDr. Carl Misch: Treat a Tooth or Extract and Implant • Evaluate a tooth from Prosthodontic viewpoint and extract or treat with an implant • Evaluate a tooth from an endodontic perspective versus an implant • Determine if a tooth from a periodontal perspective should be treated or extracted • Evaluate the mouth from an orthodontic or extract and implant perspectiveMark Marinbach, CDT: “Bottoms-Up”- Coordinating the Abutments to Properly Suit andSupport the Prosthesis • When to use custom abutments • When standard abutments are the proper choice • When to use titanium, zirconia, or cast gold • When and how to save moneyDr. James A. Rivers: Implant Overdentures: Simple, Predictable and Cost Effective • Recognize indications and benefits of implant over dentures • Learn indications of various over denture designs and techniques • Know how implants can benefit removable partial dentures • Treatment plan for financial considerationsDr. Russell Baer: All-On-Four™ Fixed Hybrid • Scientific rational to the All-on 4 fixed hybrid prosthesis • Diagnosis and treatment planning rational for all on 4 • Surgical options and preparation for all on 4 fixed hybrid prosthesis • Prosthetic design and technique for the all on 4 fixed hybrid prosthesisDr. Arnold G. Rosen: Project Managing Implant Therapy for Best Outcomes • Attendees will understand the meaning of fixed, variable, and opportunity cost • Understand the financial and personal cost of decision making that does not provide the best outcomes • Understand the business concept of a value chain • Understand how to use a spread sheet to develop a project plan to manage time and cost • Understand how to make decisions by managing risk factors • Understand treatment pathways for a number of clinical situations
  2. 2. Dr. Myron Nevins: Osteogenic Procedures with Recombinant Human Platelet-DerivedGrowth Factor • Learn to select the appropriate biomaterial • Understand the mechanism of action of rhPDGF-BB • Evaluate the performance of osteo conductive biomaterials • Consider the timing of implant regenerative proceduresDr. Rick Ferguson: Extraction Socket Grafting for Ridge Preservation.Optimizing Bone and Soft Tissue Contours • Why graft the extraction socket • Recognize indications for socket grafting • Gain knowledge of current materials for socket grafting • Choose materials based on site specific characteristics and time to implant placement • Understand several socket graft techniques • Be able to evaluate and treat minor complications of socket graftingDrs. Scott Ganz & Jack Krauser: Guided Implant Surgery:the Good, the Bad and the Ugly • What is 3D PLANNING? • How to Evaluate 3D Images • Learn How to Plan a Case in 3 Views • Review Cases with Various Treatment OutcomesDr. Hom-Lay Wang: Sinus Augmentation to Promote Posterior Maxillary ImplantProsthesis Long-term Stability •Familiarize with anatomy, indications, contraindications, objectives and techniques for sinusaugmentation procedure •Know when to use which sinus augmentation technique •Be able to perform and understand sinus lift procedures and their related prosthesesDr. J. Daulton Keith: 3-D Bone Augmentation Utilizing Allograft Bone Blocks
  3. 3. • Identify defect most likely to be treated successfully • Identify realistic goals for black Allografts • Learn the best techniques for predictable success • Recognize soft and hard tissue limitations • Review the benefits of growth factors • Evaluate failures and why they occurDr. Thierry R.H. Bacro: “Surgical Anatomy Relative to Sinus Augmentation”• Describe the bony structures of the face and the skull relevant to sinus augmentation• Describe the motor and sensory innervations of the anatomical structures relevant to sinus augmentation• Describe the blood supply and drainage to the anatomical structures relevant to sinus augmentation• Understand the possible risks associated with the variations in the anatomical structures relevant to sinus augmentationDr. Stephen S. Wallace: Sinus Elevation Surgery: Evidence-based Decision Making-State-of-the-art Surgical Techniques” • Evidence-based decision-making in graft material selection • Rotary and Piezoelectric surgical techniques • Complication avoidance and management techniques • State-of-the art grafting materialsDr. Michael A. Pikos: Esthetic Zone Implant Therapy: A Sequential Protocol for Soft andHard Tissue Regeneration of Single Tooth Extractions Sites • Discuss the indications, timing, sequence and application of hard tissue grafting for extraction site development • Discuss the indications, timing, sequence and application of soft tissue grafting for extraction site development • Describe a classification of extraction site defects for implant reconstructionDr. Jaime L. Lozada: Management of the Compromised Alveolar Buccal Plate in
  4. 4. the Placement of Maxillary Anterior Implants •To describe the published effects of implant placement in immediate •Extraction sites •To describe the effects of flap and flapless procedures during implant placement in the estheticzone •To describe the techniques available to manage and control the accelerated resorption of thebuccal plate following tooth extraction •To describe the biomaterials used in the preservation of the alveolar process •To describe the adjunct surgical procedures in the placement of implants in the maxillaryanterior regionDr. Ady Palti: 4-D Augmentation Concepts for Ideal Implant Esthetics •Reading CT scans and DVT •Bone volume and soft tissue evaluation for an esthetic result •Evaluation criteria’s for the perfect esthetic •Implant position concepts for ideal outcome •Prosthetic solutions for the esthetic zone •Guided implant surgery advantages and limitations in the implant officeDr. Aldo Leopardi: Complex Dental Implant Treatment Considerations •Patient Expectations •Biomechanical Considerations •Treatment Planning •Implant Suite Preparation/Grafting •Fixed Acrylic Fused to Gold Complete Arch Restorations •Fixed Porcelain Fused to Gold Complete Arch Restorations •Current and Future Trends in Implant Dentistry, Including ImmediatePlacement/Provisionalization/Load?
  5. 5. Dr. Timothy L. Hottel: Consideration of Emergence Profile When Restoring DentalImplants •The attendee will understand the importance of emergence profile when restoring an implant •The attendee will understand the important in appropriate treatment planning for maximumesthetic results •The attendee will be exposed to new technology in implant design •The attendee will have knowledge of an additional implant design when considering his/herrestorative outcome •The attendee will be exposed to a new implant placement consideration for the maxillaryanteriorDr. Larry Grillo: Pearls For Beautiful Implant Esthetics •Learn techniques for implant site development utilizing provisional restorations •Learn techniques for replicating these customized soft tissue profiles in laboratory models •Learn basics of iTero digital impressioning with dental implants •Examine some advantages of Digital work-flow in esthetic restorationsDr. Joseph Kan: Implant Papilla Esthetics; Science, Art & Limitations •Diagnosis & Treatment planning for papilla management of single and multiple teethreplacement in the esthetic zone •Identify prognostic variables for predictable anterior papilla implant esthetics •Utilizes prosthetic emergence for papilla esthetics manipulation •How to integrate orthodontics for anterior implant papilla estheticsRenzo Casellini, MDT: The Future of Esthetic Implant Dentistry •Newest developing techniques on esthetics and implants •Newest techniques in Zirconium abutments, over structures, crowns, and full screw retainedrestoration in zirconium with white and pink porcelain esthetics from Europe •Newest technique for removable, fixed, screw retained and cemented implant restorations •Causes of restorative and cosmetic failures
  6. 6. Dr. Barry S. Goldenberg: Clinical Confirmation of Tissue Stability of a ConicalConnection in Function from a Radiographic Standpoint, CT Evaluation, and TissueStability •To understand the science of the conical connection •To understand the combination of factors necessitating success for the Tissue Care Connection •To understand paradigm shifts of accepted treatment options •To understand the superior mechanical stability of a conical connection •To show there are no limitations of treatment options with a conical connection free of anindexDr. Edward J. Mills: Combination Screw and Cement Restorations • Develop a rationalization for restoring an edentulous patient with screw and friction retained hybrid prostheses • Develop an understanding of how the patients pretreatment anatomy effects both implant selection and the location of surgical insertion in the mandible and maxilla • Develop an understanding of surgical protocols for optimum insertion of dental implants to support a maxillary and a mandibular hybrid prosthesis • Develop an understanding of how to fabricate a maxillary and mandibular hybrid prosthesis which utilizes both screw and custom friction abutmentsDr. Irwin Becker: The Role of Occlusion in Implant Treatment • Understand the requisite occlusal principles and objectives • Be able to routinely apply correct practices bases on successful occlusal concepts • Learn the secrets of predictable esthetics when matched with modern anterior guidance • Understand that most wear is caused by Para functional activities; including implant restorationsDr. David L. Guichet: Computer Guided Treatment, and the Immediately LoadedProsthesis • Understand how implant planning software enables enhanced results • Describe the three ways that implant planning software is utilized • Describe the different types of guides and the advantages and limitations of each • Identify when“scan prosthesis” must be used and how to properly design one • Identify the indications and protocols for safe and effective immediate loading