Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Training for Dental Implants: Multiple Live Patient Experiences
Learn to predictably treat your patients using dental implants. Bring cases for review and you will benefit from one-on-one treatment planning. Instructors guide you in your acquisition of the knowledge and confidence to treat cases from start to finish. You will learn to use CT guided surgical techniques, participate in hands-on model workshops and observe and place implants in live surgeries.
Upon completion you will understand why, when, and how patients can benefit from dental implant treatment. Participants will be expected to demonstrate competency on all hands-on exercises and quizzes. Each participant will bring cases for treatment planning and review. Live surgeries will be observed and assisted at each session. Participation and assistance in live surgeries is required; dates will be announced at the first session. Attendees should also bring a laptop for CT guided software training.
- Introduction to implants, socket grafting and diagnosis with hands-on implant placement workshop. Step-by-step placement, uncovery and loading protocols. Keys to predictable success
- Use of CT Scans in implant therapy/treatment planning to minimize risks with hands-on CT software training
- Current concepts in fixed and removable implant prosthetics with hands-on prosthetic workshops. Treatment planning and treatment scheduling
- Soft tissue management/soft tissue flaps/suturing techniques. Soft tissue grafting to enhance esthetics with hands-on pig jaw workshop
- Ridge augmentation/osteotome spreading and splitting techniques. Sinus grafting techniques with hands-on surgical graft workshop
- Rick Ferguson, DMD Faculty Website
- Arthur Acker, DMD, MAGD Faculty Website
- Dr. Katherine Ferguson, DMD, FAGD Faculty Website
- Dr. Dwight Pate, DMD Faculty Website
- Copy of current license
- Copy of completed UF HIPAA training and Confidentiality Statement
- Completed Marketing form
- Copy of malpractice insurance with evidence (letter/addendum) which verifies that participant will be covered for patient treatment at an University of Florida Continuing Dental Education course
- If you need temporary malpractice insurance, simply download, complete and return this application AMPIE RRG Dental Application (1) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For details, contact Steven Capone, Academic Medica Professional Insurance Exchange Risk Retention Group (AMPEI RRG) at: Ph: (646) 808-0591 Fax: (646) 808-0601 or email@example.com
University Partnership Center
At St. Petersburg College
9200 113th St. N
Seminole, FL 33772
Continuing Education Units
120 contact hours. Participation.
Live Patient Procedure Course & Hands-On Workshop
- 40 participants
This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between the University of Florida and Implant Educators.
Continuing Dental Education at the University of Florida expresses appreciation to BioHorizons, ICOI and Knight Dental for an unrestricted educational grant that helped make this course possible.
|Regular Fee||Early Bird Fee|
|(before July 1, 2017) (before August 1, 2017)
|Dates||Location||Course #||AGD #||To Register|
|September 2017 -2018 (Sat.-Sun. with live patient exercises on Fri.)||Seminole||180246||690||