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Dr. Hogan presents on immediate placement and immediate load of maxillary anterior tooth replacement with Neodent dental implants and prosthetic components. He illustrates two recent cases. The first case is a 20-year-old male, college athlete who fractured his central incisor during a basketball game. The second case is a 33-year-old female dental professional who underwent 3 apicoectomies on a single lateral incisor before succumbing to the inevitable fate of extraction and replacement. Dr. Hogan discusses critical factors in all phases of immediate placement/load cases to include treatment planning, surgical, prosthetic, laboratory, and maintenance
Dr. Michaels will present a 70-year-old female with fractured FPD 2-11. An implant supported FPD 6-11 and 12-14 with Misch Class B-w bone are part of ongoing treatment. Dynamic guided navigation was used for planning and treatment.
Dr. Zokol will present a surgical revision case involving extensive horizontal and vertical bone grafting in the posterior maxilla following three previously failed surgeries accompanied by severe complications. He will address the diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment execution and protocols to manage exposed Ti Mesh to yield successful bone regeneration.
Dr. Ferguson will discuss combining orthodontics, periodontics, and bone grafting for restorations supported by dental implants. She will share the need for inter-disciplinary thinking to comprehensively treat patients to increase long-term success.
Dr. Emadi presents a full mouth implant rehabilitation on a Cl II occlusal scheme patient by saving some of the old maxillary implants. The mandibular arch was also involved in fresh socked implant placement and bone graft, and Mandibular Tori was removed surgically during the procedure.
Dr. Mostafavi answers the question “What type PR Implant Prothesis to choose?” in a case-based case presentation.
Dealing with failing or missing anterior teeth is an everyday occurrence for dentists. As with all treatment plans, the practitioner should know the desire outcome prior to commencing treatment. It is important to understand the current science supporting one’s clinical decisions.
Dr. Stanley’s “Prosthodontic Planning Protocol” is designed to optimize aesthetic and functional outcomes in aesthetically challenging locations like the anterior maxilla.
In “Treating Infections/Complication with PRF,” Dr. Andy Burton discusses the successful management of an extra-oral infection using Dakin's solution and Leukocyte Rich and Platelet Rich Fibrin. Precise management protocols are discussed and the steps for success are shared in an easy to follow format.
Dr. Iyer demonstrates comprehensive treatment planning with a twenty year follow up of an FP1 reconstruction.
Dr. Kosinski covers specific rules to follow prior to any surgical intervention to achieve emergence profile and smile design in the esthetic zone.
Dr. Caputo discusses different approaches to treatment planning for a couple of full arch implant cases. He will take you through the planning steps in the surgical and restorative phases. In addition, he will discuss the occlusion schemes that will be the most predictable for the different types of implant prosthetics.
In this multidisciplinary aesthetically challenging implant case, a 40-year-old female presented for an aesthetic makeover with an existing high smile line, anodontia and a closed vertical dimension. The patient was treated with Prosthetic restoration, extractions, crown lengthening, implants and veneers.
The Rutgers University of Dental Medicine MaxiCourse® is a 300+ hour AAID course. The program is designed to give a thorough understanding of diagnostic and treatment modalities necessary to properly treat patients with dental implants.
The Boston Maxicourse is a 300 hour AAID affiliated implant course. The program is designed to give a thorough understanding from diagnosis to comprehensive treatment for patients in need of dental implants.The maxicourse utilizes case-based learning methods that will include lectures, demonstrations, interactive seminars, hands-on sessions and relevant reviews of literature emphasizing evidence-based learning.
The New York AAID Maxicourse is a 300-hour AAID course. The program is designed to give a thorough understanding of diagnostic and treatment modalities necessary to properly treat patients with dental implants by utilizing case-based and hands-on learning methods, including interactive seminars, patient treatment, and cadaver dissection.
The Ti-Max Institute Maxicourse® is a 300+ hour immersive implant course and has been in Canada since 2009. It is unique in that it is governed under the auspices of the world’s oldest Dental Implant Organization- The AAID.
The Las Vegas MaxiCourse® is a 300+ hour AAID course. The program is designed to give a thorough understanding of diagnostic and treatment modalities necessary to properly treat patients with dental implants. The course is designed to prepare you to take the AAID Associate Fellow/Fellow membership examinations and become AAID credentialed.
This in-depth program will discuss all phases of implant placement while examining the diagnostic and treatment modalities necessary to offer exceptional care for your patients. The 300 hour interdisciplinary approach utilizes case-based learning methodology that will include: lectures, demonstrations, interactive seminars, hands-on sessions, LIVE clinical patient treatment, and relevant reviews of literature emphasizing evidence-based clinical approaches.