Peak Performance Restorative Series

Hosted by: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates

Speaker: Wael Garine, DDS

Program Dates:

September 21, 2018

November 2, 2018

March 8, 2019

May 10, 2019

Program Time: 8:00am-3:00pm

Breakfast and Lunch included

Tuition: $1,200
Venue:
Portland Country Club
11 Foreside Rd.
Falmouth, ME 04105

Program Includes:
• 24 Credits
• Treatment Planning Sessions

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Session 1

Beyond Integration – Digital Treatment Planning for Long Term Success

Digital technologies are streamlining the dental implant workflow making the simple delivery of restorations a reality. Through advanced digital engineering, clinicians are able to offer precise guided treatment planning, implant placement, digital impressions and CAD/CAM working casts, abutments and restorations. These technologies allow for the dental implant team to deliver long term success to our patients.

Objectives:
• To learn techniques for the digital capturing of impressions intra-orally
• To learn how to fabricate digitally designed and manufactured abutments and final restorations

*This session will prepare you for treatment planning in remainder of sessions


Session 2

Treating the Terminal Dentition

Tooth loss can be devastating as it signifies a change in your patients’ oral health. Treating the terminal dentition from a diseased dentition to a healthy one, can be achieved through diligent treatment planning and a staged approach.

Objectives:
• To understand how to stage the transition from a natural dentition to dental implants
• To recognize patients concerns and how to alleviate them through communication

• To understand the importance of comprehensive treatment planning

*The afternoon will be spent treatment planning your cases. Plan to bring at least 2 to discuss.


Session 3

Immediate Load from Theory to Practicality
Hands-On Session

Proper diagnosis and treatment planning is essential for success. Immediate loading of implants require all your skills for long term success and patient acceptance. This session will include a hands on session that will take you from discussing treatment to doing treatment.

Objectives:
• To recognize the challenges with implants
• To recognize and understand how to take a patient from no teeth to teeth
• To learn about techniques and materials used


Session 4

Complications, Failures and Dental Pearls

Teeth and dental implants differ in many ways. The periodontal ligament is absent around implants, teeth drift and shift with craniofacial change while dental implants remain stationary.
Strategies must be in place to accommodate these differences.

Objectives:

• To understand the steps necessary to properly diagnose and develop a treatment plan for various
case types
• To understand how many implants are necessary to achieve a predictable result
• To learn how to prevent complications related to faulty occlusion.

* The afternoon will be spent treatment planning more of your cases. Please be prepared to bring cases for discussion.

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