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Implant Course: From Advanced


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Implant Course: From Advanced

  1. 1. IMPLANT COURSE: FROM ADVANCED IMAGING TO FINAL PLACEMENT Co-Sponsored By: UMKC School of Dentistry and Nobel Biocare COURSE SUMMARY The course is designed to expose clinicians to the four most important surgical phases in implant dentistry: 1) treatment planning, 2) soft tissue manipulation, 3) site development (a.k.a.: Alveolar Socket Preservation) and 4) implant placement. This course will be presented in four modules, each one on them integrating didactic lectures and hands-on exercises. Participants will take a complete Hu-Friedy surgical kit to their practices. OBJECTIVES • Know the proper treatment planning sequence • Learn about the latest technologies and diagnostic procedures currently available (computed tomography, cone-beam computed tomography) for the evaluation of proposed implant sites prior to surgery. • Develop the necessary skills for the interpretation of advanced images. To introduce treatment planning through the utilization of advanced imaging. • Learn where to place incisions, how to manipulate flaps and how to suture in order to achieve optimal results. • Understand the requirements for an esthetic and functional implant placement. • Know the clinical protocol on site development (a.k.a.: Alveolar Socket Preservation) and site development. • Consider the biologic, esthetic and functional advantages of accelerated treatment protocols. • Learn Surgical Nobel Biocare flapless technique and implant placement. HANDS-ON SESSIONS (1) Cone beam CT and interpretation of scans. (2) Incisions, manipulation of flaps and suturing designs. (3) Socket preservation and guided bone regeneration. (4) Implant placement into a) partial edentulous ridge, b) Flapless surgery and c) Into extraction sockets.
  2. 2. TUITION: $1,500 AUDIENCE: Doctors who want to learn latest technologies and techniques in implantology. LIMIT ATTENDANCE: 24 COURSE LOCATION UMKC School of Dentistry 650 E. 25th Street Kansas City, MO (816) 235-2142 or (800) 643-9671 PARKING Friday: Attendees should park in the UMKC School of Dentistry’s auxiliary lot at 27th St. and Charlotte Saturday: Parking is available in the UMKC School of Dentistry’s patient parking lot located on the north side of the school off of Holmes St. COURSE ACCOMMODATIONS The UMKC School of Dentistry is located in the heart of midtown Kansas City near the Hospital Hill Complex, 25 minutes from KCI airport and two minutes form the Crown Center hotel and entertainment center. The Hyatt Regency Hotel and the Westin Crown Center Hotel offer a discount to the University: $103. Hyatt regency Crown Center, 2345 McGee St. Kansas City, MO (816) 421-1234. Westin Crown Center, One Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO (816) 474-4400. You can make your hotel reservations by calling the number above. Please mention you are attending the UMKC School of Dentistry course to receive a special room rate. Convenient central location, linked at Hallmark’s Crown center Shops Health Club, Pool, Jacuzzi and Sauna CONTINUING EDUCATIONS CREDITS This course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education credit by the Academy Dentistry for Fellowship/Mastership credit
  3. 3. DAY 1 – MAY 19, 2006 8 a.m.: Registration and continental breakfast 12 – 1 p.m. – Group luncheon MODULE I - 8:30 A.M. – NOON CONE BEAM C.T. TECHNOLOGY INTO IMPLANT DENTISTRY Christos Angelopoulos, D.D.S., M.S. University of Missouri – Kansas City Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (Didactic, Hands-on, 4 hours) Course description: This course will be focused into unfolding the contribution of advanced imaging (especially the most contemporary: cone-beam CT) into the various aspects of pre- implant assessment and treatment planning. The types of images generated by contemporary techniques will be analyzed in detail and principles of image interpretation will be discussed. Last, the information collected by the diagnostic procedures will be incorporated to implant treatment planning. MODULE II - 1 – 5:30 PM SOFT TISSUE MANAGEMENT IN IMPLANT DENTISTRY Paulo Mascarenhas, D.D.S., M.S. University of Lisbon, Portugal Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology (Didactic, Hand-on, 4 hours) Course Description: The second part of this course emphasizes the management of soft tissues during implant surgery. The attendant will learn essential aspects about incision designs, reflection, and management of flaps. In addition, several different suture techniques will be presented to fit each particular implant case. This module will be carried-out with a didactic lecture and followed by hands-on exercise.
  4. 4. DAY 2 – MAY 20, 2006 8 a.m.: continental breakfast 12 – 1 p.m. – Group luncheon MODULE III – 8 A.M. – NOON SITE PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT Rodrigo Neiva, D.D.S., M.S. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology (Didactic, Hand-on: 4 hours) Course Description: The objective of this module is to present the most current information in the field of dimensional Preservation of alveolar ridges to facilitate and improve predictability of implant dentistry as well as enhance esthetic outcomes. This course will focus on the decision-making process, materials, and techniques used for minimally traumatic exodontia, socket augmentation, methods for correction of deficient alveolar ridges. MODULE IV - 1 – 5 P.M. FLAP AND FLAPLESS IMPLANT PLACEMENT Ricardo Gapski, B.D.S., D.D.S., M.S. (Course Director) University of Missouri – Kansas City Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology (Didactic, Hands-on, 4 hours) Course description The objective of this module is to present the biologic principles and a simple clinical protocol for surgical implant placement. The clinician will learn about methods of placement into edentulous alveolar ridges (both with surgical flap and flapless) as well as immediate placement into alveolar sockets. This course will provide an overview of the appropriate indications of those techniques. SUPPORT FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS: Anas Athar, D.D.S. Asvin Vasanthan, D.D.S., M.S. Assistant Professor Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Oral Pathology, Medicine Department of Periodontics, and Radiology UMKC School of Dentistry UMKC School of Dentistry Christopher Parks, D.D.S. Matthew Lorson, D.D.S. Periodontist Periodontist Private Practice – St. Louis, Mo. Private Practice - Minnesota
  5. 5. CE CREDITS Credit for each course is based on hourly attendance (1 hour = 1 credit). UMKC school of dentistry is an ADA CERP provider. ELIGIBILITY Dentists holding degrees from accredited schools are eligible to attend this course. AFFILIATIONS The UMKC School of Dentistry is designated as a nationally approved sponsor by the Academy of General Dentistry and is an ADA CERP provider. The formal continuing education programs of UMKC are accepted by AGD for fellowship mastership and membership. The current term of approval extends from May 2004 through June 2007. UMKC CDE is a member of the Association for Continuing Dental Education. ACCOMMODATING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES If you are a person with a disability and desire special accommodations, please advise us at the time of registration. Requests will be kept confidential. People with speech or hearing impairment can contact the University by using Relay Missouri, 800/735-2966) (TT) or 800/735-2466 (Voice) CONFIRMATION Your registration confirmation will be mailed from the continuing education office two weeks prior to the course. You will also receive a listing of nearby hotels at this time, a map of the area and parking information. COURSE CHANGES OR CANCELLATION The office of Continuing Dental Education reserves the right to limit registration, to change the location, time, course content, or faculty of any course and to cancel any course, no less than one week prior to the course, should circumstances make this necessary. Persons registered in a canceled course will be notified by telephone, using the number listed on the registration form. The office of Continuing Dental Education cannot be held responsible for the cost of non- refundable airline tickets in the event of a course cancellation. REFUND POLICY For all regular lecture programs: To receive a full refund, you must notify the Division of Continuing Dental Education 48 hours prior to a program. If less than 48 hours prior to the start of program, a $25 administration fee will be deducted from your refund. No refund is available for cancellations on the day of a program. For all limited-enrollment programs: To receive a full refund you must notify the Division of Continuing Dental Education at least six business days prior to the day of a program. One-half of the enrollment fee will be refunded for withdrawal up to five days prior to a program. No refund will be available for withdrawals three working days or
  6. 6. less prior to a program. Also for all limited-enrollment programs, you will receive a full refund if your seat can be filled from our waiting list for the program. If you are unable to attend a program for any reason, please call our office to notify us immediately so that we may promptly process your refund. The telephone for the Office of Continuing Dental Education accepts messages 24 hours a day. 800/643-9671 or 816/235-2142. Please allow from two to six weeks for all refunds. People with speech or hearing impairments can call 800/735-2966 (TT) or 800/735-2466 (voice). POLICY CONCERNING COURSE CONTENT The University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Dentistry offers continuing education courses on all aspects of dentistry. In doing so, some presentations may include controversial material or commercial reference. Our sponsorship of such course should not be considered an endorsement or approval of the particular philosophy, product or procedure.