Entry Point™: Prosthetic Concepts
March 17 - March 18$2,500.00
Instructor: Dr. Barry Hillam
Date: March 17-18, 2023
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Location: Roseman University of Health Sciences – Utah Campus
Subject Code: 690 Implants
CE Hours: 16.0
Learn to practice prosthetically-driven implantology. This 16 CE course is a combination of lecture, hands-on, and virtual teaching modalities.
- Prosthetically-driven protocols
- Discussion and showing different prosthetic options
- Tissue training
- Impression techniques
- Restorative parts and pieces nomenclature and differentiation
- Several and various restorative procedures on lifelike models in anticipation of patient treatment
- Learn about modern implant restorative techniques.
- Become knowledgeable on the restorative kit for use in creating prostheses.
- Understand how to guide soft tissue healing and manipulate tissue to assure long-term health.
- Design cases that have optimal occlusal forces to avoid damaging overload.
- Be familiar with and be able to teach patients their role in implant maintenance to help avoid failure.
- Know the best techniques for impressions that provide accurate results.
- Use treatment on life-like models to become proficient with the same treatment on patients.
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 Accommodations
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.