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Basic Implantology for the General Dentist Part 3
April 8 @ 8:30 am - April 9 @ 4:30 pm MDT
Nearly all general dentists restore some implants and many would like to place the easier implants, like those in the posterior, single implants (about 70% of them), and those in the anterior without serious esthetic challenges. This series enables general dentists to identify or help create sites with sufficient bone, establish an appropriate treatment plan, place implants optimally for a good prosthetic outcome, and then successfully restore them– while applying established evidence-based surgical and restorative protocols.
After this course, you will be proficient with basic implant placement and restoration of single sites both anterior and posterior.
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Basic Implantology for the General Dentist Part 3
Place implants on patients. They can be your own patients or local patients screened for you to treat. If you do not do the follow-up restorative, skilled implantologists in the Salt Lake City area will restore them for the patient at a reduced fee. You experience the flow of the surgical process using aseptic methods, including sterile gloves, sterile patient towels, gowns, surgeons’ caps, and other PPE according to current standards of care. You are guided step-by-step as it should be done in your own office later on. We draw blood on each other and create fibrin clots used with a socket graft done on the models. There is also a short introduction to the use stem cells in dentistry and how they can be used to treat many oral and maxillofacial manifestations of disease or injury. A major part of this course is “hands-on”.
- Guided step-by-step as it should be done in your own office later on.
- Everything you have learned in Part 1 and Part 2 comes together.
- Your patient selection is within your realm of expertise.
- Your diagnosis and treatment planning allow the case to progress as planned.
- Some aspects of the case that turn out more difficult than you thought can be mitigated by having an experienced instructor help you through the difficulty.
- You may need to do a regenerative procedure but with guidance from someone who has done hundreds of them before.
- You can draw blood on each other and create fibrin clots used with a socket graft done on the models.
- There is a short introduction to the use of stem cells in dentistry and how they can be used to treat many oral and maxillofacial manifestations of disease or injury.
- A major part of this course is “hands-on”.
Prerequisites and More Info:
- Previous surgical experience is strongly recommended.
- Implantology Part 1 and Implantology Part 2 must be completed before registering for Implantology Part 3.
- You become knowledgeable and more comfortable with socket bone grafts.
- There is no charge to the patient for implants placed in the course. Restorative may be done by the participant (if from Utah) or by a Utah implantologist at a reduced fee.
- You will be provided two free implants to place on patients after completing the course and after taking an assessment to gauge your level of implant knowledge.
- After these courses, we can recommend other courses for more advanced and sophisticated implant-related procedures.
CE Hours: 16.0 AGD
Subject Code: 690 Implants
Objectives & Schedule
- Place two implants on patients utilizing state-of-the-art techniques.
- Learn the significance of PRF in dentistry.
- Create fibrin clots.
- Use PRF on a model socket graft.
- Perfect your asepsis protocols.
- Learn the use of stem cells in dentistry.
Friday & Saturday: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM MDT
*There will be a live webinar for course participants to share cases, further discuss topics covered in the course and interact in a Q&A with the course instructor. This live webinar will be held TBD and all course participants will receive an invitation to this evening webinar.
10704 S River Front Pkwy
South Jordan, UT 84095
From the Salt Lake City International Airport to Roseman University, the distance is 22 min (21.1 mi).
This hotel is within walking distance from Roseman College of Dental Medicine.
Utah License and Insurance
Steps to get a temporary Utah license:
Visit the website for instructions and apply online or download the forms.
Contact: Larry Marx at 801-530-6628 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need the following to apply for a Class A Permit.
- $110 non-refundable fee.
- National exam score. Release to Utah.
- Regional dental board score. Release to Utah.
- Dental school transcript. Email to b1@Utah.gov or submit in person or express delivery to the following address.
- Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
Heber M Wells Building, 1st Floor Lobby
160 E 300 S Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Steps to get a temporary Utah liability insurance:
Apply here and download the forms: https://pieutah.org/sign-up-now/
- 10 days insurance fee: $10
Submit via email at email@example.com or mail to the following address.
- Professional Insurance Exchange in Utah
445 E 4500 S, Suite 130
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Contact: (801) 262-0200
Director/CEO: Dr, David Alvord
Steps to get an American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification:
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This course is presented by KCSI in conjunction with Roseman College of Dental Medicine.