Course Name:

 

 “The Complete Cadaver Grafting Program”

 

Course focus:

 

 Hands-On Cadaver Course

 

Date:

 

 Fall 2014: TBA

 

Number of days:

 

3 days (consecutive)

 

Location:

 

Vancouver 

Target Professionals:

 

Dentists

 

Attendance:

 

Limited

 

Level:

 

Introductory to Advanced

 

Mentors:

 

Dr. Tassos Irinakis
And other IDEAS Specialist Faculty

 

Course Fee:

 

$ 3,765.00 CAD + 5% GST (Total: $3,953.25) CAD

 

Brief Description:

 

The COMPLETE ADVANCED CADAVER GRAFTING COURSE presents the most current concepts in 3D soft and hard tissue ridge reconstruction. It is designed to provide clinicians with insight to evidence based state of the art advancements in jaw augmentation and tissue quality enhancement.

Course Topics:

  • MAXILLARY SINUS LIFT
  • LATERAL RIDGE AUGMENTATION
  • EXTRACTION SOCKET BONE GRAFTING
  • ATRAUMATIC EXTRACTION CONCEPT
  • FREE AUTOGENOUS SOFT TISSUE GRAFTING
  • SUBEPITHELIAL CONNECTIVE TISSUE GRAFTING
  • IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT & IMMEDIATE LOADING
  • CONE BEAM CT SCAN ANALYSIS
  • PIEZO-ELECTRIC SURGERY
  • PERI-IMPLANTITIS & FAILED IMPLANTS

 

Detailed Instruction on the Following:

 

  • Fundamental Biomechanics & biology of bone Anatomy & Biology of graft healing
  • Advanced Treatment Planning
  • Implant Surgery Strategies for Immediate placement and/or Immediate Loading
  • Surgery Design & Suturing Techniques for Sinus Lifts (Lateral Window and Osteotome techniques),
  • Lateral Ridge Bone Grafting, Soft Tissue Ridge Augmentation & Esthetic Connective Tissue Grafting
  • Harvesting Techniques for Autogenous Grafting from the Chin & Ramus (Blocks & Cores)
  • Advanced Techniques for non-Autogenous Grafting
  • Piezo-Surgery in Advanced Bone Grafting
  • Prevention & Management of Complications; Informed Consent; Postoperative Management and Medications
  • Detailed analysis of Cone Beam CT Scans

 

Educational Objectives :

 

At the completion of this course, participants will:

  • Describe and Identify pertinent anatomic landmarks clinically and radiographically and how they influence our surgical decisions
  • Understand and implement the concept of “Restoratively Driven Implant & Bone Grafting Dentistry”, which involves the critical component of Soft Tissue Management and Grafting.
  • Understand the role of Cone Beam CT Scans in implant Treatment Planning and identifying anatomic dangers or treatment risks
  • Understand how the ridge anatomy relates to designing our bone grafting and soft tissue grafting procedures to promote successful implant treatments
  • Describe indications & contra-indications/risks for advanced soft tissue and bone grafting
  • Surgically treatment plan complex cases for removable and fixed implant supported prostheses
  • Use Piezo-electric Surgery to enhance their surgical techniques
  • Identify the optimal patient for each procedure and improve their case selection process
  • Utilize evidence-based techniques and strategies for planning and treating their implant cases.
  • Understand the concept of Immediate Implant Placement in Fresh Extraction sockets and describe predictable techniques
  • Understand the concept of Immediate Implant Loading and describe predictable methods
  • Identify and manage peri-implant infections and failures

 

CE Credits:

 

24 CE Credits

 

To Register:

 

Please download, complete & then FAX or Email the Registration Form

Click here to download EDMONTON AB Registration Form

Click here to download VANCOUVER BC Registration Form

 

Contact:

 

For more information please contact the course administrator below.

Debbie Preissl
Educational Program Director, I.D.E.A.S.
Tel: (604) 444-3131
Cell: (778) 891-6050
Fax: (604) 288-5052
Toll Free: 1-888-55-IDEAS (43327)
Email:
ideas.courses@gmail.com

 

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