Peak Performance Restorative Series

Hosted by: McDonald & Manus Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Program Dates:

February 9, 2018

April 20, 2018

August 24, 2018

October 19, 2018

Program Time: 8:00am-4:30pm

Speaker: Bruce R. Ouellette, DDS

 

Session 1 February 9, 2018
SIMPLE AND EFFICIENT
IMPLANT DENTISTRY

Informing patients of all the treatment options
available is crucial to patient care. This session
will cover patient consultations and why certain

restorative options may be better for the pa-
tient than another.

• Crown and Bridge Dentistry vs. Dental Im-
plants

• Single, Multiple and Completely Edentulous
Spaces
• The Case Work-Up

• Treatment Planning Requirements for Ses-
sion 2 & 3

*Staff is encouraged to attend this session.

 

Session 2 April 20, 2018
THE ART OF COMPREHENSIVE
TREATMENT PLANNING

Treatment planning effectively can increase pa-
tient acceptance and care. This session will cov-
er the steps necessary when discussing treat-
ment options with your patient. Cases from the

participants will be discussed.

• Treatment Planning Simple to Complex Im-
plant Cases

• Step by Step Sequencing to Proper Treat-
ment Planning

• Implant Mapping and Surgical Considera-
tions

 

Session 3 August 24, 2018

FULL ARCH DENTAL IMPLANT
RESTORATIVE TECHNIQUES
Many options are available to the surgeon and
restorative dentist to provide full arch dental

implant therapy to patients with a failing denti-
tion. Some patients are candidates for full arch

immediate provisional restoration while others
are more appropriately treated with a staged
approach. Both accomplish the same goal.

• Radiographic guides and CT scans in treat-
ment planning

• Impression Techniques
• Cement vs. Screw Retained?
• Hands-on: Treatment Planning Cases

 

Session 4 October 19, 2018

ADVANCED SINGLE TOOTH IMPLANT
RESTORATIVE TECHNIQUES
One of the most challenging restorative cases

can be the single tooth implant. As implant den-
tistry can be an unpredictable science, there are

many issues that can occur. Complications can
be managed if you identify them quickly, and
treat and manage them accordingly. As teeth

and dental implants differ in many ways, strate-
gies must be in place to accommodate these differences.

• Challenges with a single implant
• Complications
• Implant occlusion
• Occlusion in the World of Implant Dentistry
• Step by step Final Delivery Procedures
• Hands-on: Treatment Planning Cases

 

Location:

Georgia Club
1050 Chancellors Dr.
Statham, GA. 30666

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