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Live Webinar: THE FIRST ANNUAL OSSEO UNIVERSITY SUMMIT at the GNYDM: Revolutionary Implant Design Unveiled – PART 2
Speaker(s): Benedict Bachstein D.M.D. , Dwayne Karateew DDS , Jeffrey Hoos DMD , Dr. Enrique Merino
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THE FIRST ANNUAL OSSEO UNIVERSITY SUMMIT at the GNYDM: Revolutionary Implant Design Unveiled – PART 2
Visitors of GNYDM 2010 had the opportunity to learn from a true collection of masters, carefully selected from across the globe.
These educators are nationally and internationally renowned for their influence in enhancing implant education through extensive clinical experiences and diverse backgrounds.
THIS COURSE IS PART 2 OF A TWO-PART SERIES.
You may register for PART 1 here: THE FIRST ANNUAL OSSEO UNIVERSITY SUMMIT at the GNYDM: Revolutionary Implant Design Unveiled – PART 1
Microscopic Management of Alveolar Bone Defects in Fresh Socket Implants with Dr. Enrique Merino, Spain
When a single tooth cannot be saved and must be extracted, modern implants design can obtain immediate stability and offers esthetics and function to the patient the same day of the tooth extraction. In order to have success in immediate implantology, the clinician must have the scientific knowledge about the best technique, strategy and regeneration material for a particular alveolar bone defect encountered; and the surgical skills on the use of the latest technologies in order to offer the best available treatment option to their patients. The possible alveolar bone defects the clinician could face are fenestration, dehiscence, infrabony and combined bone defects. When these defects are presented in esthetic areas, to choose the correct treatment is critical in order to get a good final result. The operative microscope allows one to perform a minimal invasive surgery, speed up the healing process and diminish post-op discomfort. Additionally, it allows for the correct implant positioning, the regeneration of the alveolar bone defects and the use of soft tissue grafts in a non traumatic and flapless fashion. For both inexperienced and advanced clinicians, all possible treatment options in fresh socket implants under the microscope are presented in detail.
At the conclusion, participants will:
- recognize the importance of the use of the microscope in immediate implantology.
- identify the different alveolar bone defects that can be faced after the extraction of the tooth
- discover the benefits of using adequate techniques, regeneration materials and strategies, in order to increase the benefits and decrease the risks of performing immediate implantology in esthetic areas.
- decide when submerged or transmucosal implant, with or without bone or soft tissue graft can be performed in order to get a optimal treatment final result.
Contemporary Concepts in Tooth Replacement: Paradigm Shift with Dr. Dwaye Karateew, Canada The principle focus of implant dentistry has changed significantly from the era of ‘Anatomically driven implant placement’ to the current practice of ‘Restoration driven implant placement’. When we now look at the failing dentition in the aesthetic zone we now must immediately consider conversion to implants. We are continually seeking greater control of the peri-implant tissues and ultimately the aesthetics of the restoration. A new paradigm shift, “Tissue Care Concept” along with advances in implant surface engineering and implant/abutment designs allow us to consider immediate implant replacement, especially in the aesthetic zone, where preservation of hard and soft tissue is of paramount importance in order follow the principles of aesthetics by maintaining the elements which are already there.
This program will enhance your implant practice by addressing the following:
- a review of ‘where we have been’ with implant dentistry
- lay the basis for an understanding of where we are now
- provide an bio-mechanical understanding for the current trend in immediate implant replacement
- formulate a scientific basis for pushing the envelope of immediate implant placement and immediate non-functional loading of the implant
- discuss the “Tissue Care Concept”
This multimedia presentation, incorporating video, animations, computerized graphics and clinical images is a detailed course for generalists and specialists including their respective support staff. It will help them broaden their understanding in the philosophy and science behind the new and exciting horizons currently being investigated.
Balancing the Art, Science, & Business of Dentistry with Dr. Jeffery Hoos, USA The challenge for the dentist is provide for the patient a functional, comfortable prosthesis. The ultimate dental failure of loosing all a persons teeth can be the ultimate challenge. How can we take this challenge and make it a positive and productive experience? Innovative denture methods and implant dentistry can change the denture patient into a dental patient.
- Simplify the fabrication of Dentures
- Understanding the role of Dentures in the world of implants
- Dentures: Why are they so important in my implant “supported” practice
Release date: 01/12/2010
Expiration date: 01/12/2013
“THE FIRST ANNUAL OSSEO UNIVERSITY SUMMIT at the GNYDM: Revolutionary Implant Design Unveiled – PART 2” is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a recognized ADA CERP and AGD PACE provider.
Benedict Bachstein D.M.D.
Dr. Bachstein practices Endodontics in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Dr. Benedict Bachstein graduated with a DMD.
Dwayne Karateew DDS
Dr. Karateew’s dental education is a lifelong process, as he continually strives to improve himself through teaching, lecturing, writing and discussions with fellow colleagues. He currently maintains a high-end boutique style solo practice in beautiful Vancouver, Canada concentrating on implant assisted dental rehabilitation and aesthetics.
His formal dental education was initiated in New York City at Columbia University, where he completed his DDS degree, which was followed with a year-long AEGD at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, also in New York. Dr. Karateew then attended the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where, after an additional four years, he obtained diplomas in both Periodontics and Fixed Prosthodontics. He has served on the faculties of the University of Washington, in post-graduate Prosthodontics, and the University of British Columbia both in undergraduate Prosthodontics and postgraduate Periodontics as the Director of Implant Surgery. He is currently an invited sessional lecturer to the University of British Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania and to Columbia University, as well as having advised at PacLive! clinical sessions.
Dr. Karateew has held a position on the Executive Committee of the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics, and is currently a contributing consultant to the Canadian publication, Oral Health. Additionally he is the Implant Section Editor for the Journal of the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. He has been duly elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Dental and Facial Esthetics, and is a Fellow, IPS Master and Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals such as The International Journal of Dental Research, The Journal of Esthetic Dentistry, The Compendium of Continuing Dental Education and Oral Health. In addition to being the principal mentor to five study clubs throughout British Columbia, Dr. Karateew presents his original material both nationally and internationally; in past at the annual meetings of the American Dental Association, Vancouver and District Dental Society, Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics, International Congress of Oral Implatologists, Iranian National Dental Congress, Iranian Academy of Periodontology, American Academy of Dental Research, Worldwide Dental Seminars Inc. and on behalf of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) at their International Maxi-Course as well as the AAID annual general meeting. Dr Karateew has also recorded a webcast for the prestigious DentalXP.com. He is an advocate for the Ankylos Implant System from Tulsa Dental Specialties.
Jeffrey Hoos DMD
Dr. Hoos has been in a private group practice for thirty years. He has been actively involved with implant dentistry for twenty years.
Dr. Enrique Merino
Dr. Enrique Merino received his MD in 1980 from Santander University and his DDS in 1982 form Oviedo University in Spain.
He took the CEC in Endodontics at Boston University, Massachusetts between 1988-1991.
He received his Master of Periodontics after two full time training years (1992-1994) at the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain.
International speaker on Endodontics, Periodontics and Implantology: USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, UK, Italy, France, Ireland, Switzerland, Croatia, Sweden, Portugal, Mexico, Colombia, Brasil, Bolivia, Peru, India.
Associate Professor of Endodontics European University of Madrid and International University of Barcelona.
Author of the book Endodontic Microsurgery (Quintessence Publishing) 2009.
Author of the chapter Relaciones Periodoncia- Endodoncia of the book of the Sociedad Española de Periodoncia y Osteointegración Manual de Periodoncia y Terapéutica de Implantes 2005.
Member of the editorial board of ENDO.
Founder and Director of the European Institute of Microscopic Odontology (INEOM).
Member of the Spanish, American and Italian Endodontic Society, Spanish Society of Periodontology, Implantology and Academy of Osseointegration.
Practice limited to Endodontics, Periodontics and Implantology in Leon, Spain.
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