May 3 - 4 (Birmingham)
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Guided Surgery Education
Technology is helping us treat our patients better, and more efficiently. This course focuses on technological advantages available to us and how these can help create a thriving implant practice.
The objective of this course is to teach the fundamentals of placing implants using guided surgical techniques. This course gives you the didactic and surgical experience you need to design and use surgical guides in your dental office. Welcome to the 21st century!
Delegates who complete this course will be able to:
- Make and analyze a CBCT image for implant placement
- Make a surgical guide in the office or with a lab to use for implant placement
- Fabricate a custom implant abutment in the office suitable for clinical use
- Place an implant using guided technology on an actual patient.*
- Real Patients. Real Surgery. Real Education.
A demonstration surgery is offered to highlight these techniques, as well as abundant hands-on exercises to make an implant surgical guide and an implant custom abutment.
- Basic treatment planning for dental implants
- Review of the technology
- Best practices in dental implants
- CBCT in today’s practice
- Guided surgery
- Making a surgical guide **Hands on exercise
- Designing and making implant abutments in the office
- Making an custom abutment ** Hands on exercise
- Demonstration surgery using a surgical guide
This is a 2-day course. It is held in Birmingham at the Foundry Dental Center. The first day is primarily didactic, with instruction on how to manage the guide planning software, as well as general treatment planning discussions. Hands-on exercies are done to familiarize clinicians with the guided kit and techniques. Surgical cases will be reviewed for the next day. On the surgical day, course delegates place implants with guides. Clinicians can expect to place 1-2 implants, and assist while their colleagues do additional surgery. This will prepare most clinicans for guided surgery techniques in your own office.
A 10% discount will be applied when two or more clinicians register together.
- Live surgical hands-on experience! You will place an implant during the course.*
- Didactic instruction
- Hands-on exercise, evaluating a CBCT scan
- Hands-on exercise making a surgical guide
- Hands-on exercise making an implant custom abutment
- Demonstration surgery
- Help planning cases in your office; treatment planning assistance as they go back to their own practice; in other words, continued access to our faculty
*Course delegates must be licensed in the United States and able to provide professional insurance coverage at our location. See course materials for specifics regarding live patient care.