Entry Point™: Live Patient Treatment
February 17, 2023 @ 9:00 am - February 18, 2023 @ 4:00 pm MST$3,500.00
Instructor: Dr. Barry Hillam
Date: February 17-18, 2023
1-2 weeks before the course (CE Hours: 2.0):
- Treatment planning session with Dr. Hillam via Zoom.
- Prepare for treatment plan presentation
- Prepare for case
Friday (CE Hours: 8.0):
- 9:00 AM-12:00 PM: Treatment plan presentations
- 12:00 PM: Lunch
- 1:00 PM-4:00 PM: Clinical Segment 1A
- 4:00 PM-7:00 PM: Clinical Segment 1B
Saturday (CE Hours: 8.0):
- 8:00 AM-11:00 PM: Clinical Segment 2A
- 11:00 AM-2:00 PM: Clinical Segment 2B
- 2:00 PM-4:00 PM: Case Presentations
Location: Roseman University of Health Sciences – Utah Campus
Subject Code: 690 Implants
CE Hours: 18.0
Prerequisites: Completion of Entry Point™: Surgical Placement Fundamentals or Entry Point™: Prosthetic Concepts. If prerequisite courses have not been met, approval from Dr. Barry Hillam is required prior to course registration.
Discover the power of implant placement upon live patients, in a highly mentored environment! This is the single most effective step you can take in integrating dental implants into your own practice. This 18 CE course is book-ended with treatment planning and debrief sessions that offer tremendous additional value; in addition to learning more from your own cases, you will learn a wide variety of information from your colleagues.
The cases presented differ according to the patient’s needs. Focused topics include:
- Implant placement in preparation for anticipated restorative.
- Diagnosis, treatment planning, placement, and postoperative critique and debriefing
- CBCT analysis
- Manual and guided placement
- Real time instruction as patient treatment is in progress
- May include regenerative procedures, intra-crestal sinus grafts, ridge expansion immediate placement, custom emergence, provisionalization, etc.
- Corrective counsel and re-direction as needed to stay on the right path
- Case presentations pre and post operatively of patients treated during this session
- Understand the importance of patient agreement and signing-off on the treatment plan and consent to proceed.
- Place implants on patients according to correct treatment planning concepts.
- Be able to use aseptic principles in all aspects of implant surgery including regenerative procedures.
- Actually place guided and/or non-guided implants in agreement with the treatment plan.
- Know how to read the CBCT to interpret vital structures and know how to avoid complications based on modern imaging technology.
- Be familiar with methods of creating custom emergence and guided tissue healing.
- Be knowledgeable about the implant surgical kit and instrumentation.
Dr. Barry Hillam
Dr. Barry Hillam is uniquely qualified to help his colleagues integrate dental implants into their own practices. He has spent a prodigious amount of time in surgery with his clients — coaching them individually through scenarios including hard and soft tissue site preparation, placements, sinus and ridge augmentations, and full-arch solutions. Over the past decade, Dr. Hillam has taught implantology in a wide variety of settings — including as a faculty member for Implant Training Solutions, The California Implant Institute, and as a private consultant. Dr. Hillam has lectured on implant and soft tissue topics in many parts of the U.S. and abroad. He is on the advisory board of Novadontics, has worked for Hiossen Implants as a content editor, and is currently on the Nobel Biocare speaker’s list. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Dentistry in 2004, and he received his MAGD award in 2016. Dr. Hillam is passionate about the need to supplement the “how” of oral implantology with the critical theoretical elements that constitute the “what,” “why,” and “when” of the discipline — this unique approach, now taught at Roseman University, and combined with Dr. Karl Koerner’s standard of surgical excellence, will maximize clients’ ability to integrate dental implant procedures into their everyday workflow.
Suggested Hotel Accomodations
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 University.
Temporary Utah License and Insurance
Steps to get a temporary Utah license:
Apply for a Class A Permit, you will need the following:
- $110 non-refundable fee.
- National exam score.
- Regional dental board score.
- Dental school transcript.
Contact: Larry Marx at 801-530-6628 and email@example.com.
- Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
Heber M Wells Building, 1st Floor Lobby
160 E 300 S Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Permits generally take 1-2 weeks to process.
Steps to get a temporary Utah liability insurance:
Apply here and download the forms: https://pieutah.org/sign-up-now/
- 10 days insurance fee: $75
Submit via email at firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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