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Continuum 3: 3-Day Live Patient Treatment Course

December 9, 2020 4:01 pm Published by

$5,500.00

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Course Instructors: Dr. Karl Koerner and KCSI certified instructors

This patient treatment course allows doctors to do many difficult “surgical” extractions in a 3-day period. All surgeries are done with personal instruction from experienced clinicians who enjoy teaching, sharing ideas and techniques, and that help general dentists do their cases faster, smoother, and more predictably. One clinical instructor is assigned to each operatory and two doctors assist each other. There will be at least two socket preservation procedures. We try to work in intraosseous injections, buffering local anesthetic, and periosteal release to advance buccal flaps over bone grafts. There may be erupted and impacted third molars, exostoses, frenectomies and other procedures depending on what the patients need. However, the emphasis is on surgical extractions.

It is preferred that attendees have some experience with exodontia prior to this course. Just as a review, participants will be able to watch 8 hours of surgery training followed by an assessment before coming to the 3-day course.

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Description

Upcoming Dates: 

Course Instructors: Dr. Karl Koerner and Associates

This patient treatment course allows doctors to do many difficult “surgical” extractions in a 3-day period. All surgeries are done with personal instruction from experienced clinicians who enjoy teaching, sharing ideas and techniques, and that help general dentists do their cases faster, smoother, and more predictably. One clinical instructor is assigned to each operatory and two doctors assist each other. There will be at least two socket preservation procedures. We try to work in intraosseous injections, buffering local anesthetic, and periosteal release to advance buccal flaps over bone grafts. There may be erupted and impacted third molars, exostoses, frenectomies and other procedures depending on what the patients need. However, the emphasis is on surgical extractions.

It is preferred that attendees have some experience with exodontia prior to this course. Just as a review, participants will be able to watch 8 hours of surgery training followed by an assessment before coming to the 3-day course.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of:

  • Continuum 1 and Continuum 2; or
  • Review of qualification by Dr. Koerner (additional online courses may be assigned by Dr. Koerner to meet minimum prerequisite requirements) 

Subject Code: 310 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

CE Credit: 32 Hours

Tuition

Tuition for this course is $5,000 

Not included:

  • Airfare
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Ground transportation

Target Audience: Dentists both in state and out of state may attend this course. Proof of Malpractice Insurance and Dental License must be submitted upon completion of registration.

  • You will need a temporary license and insurance.

Course Details:

Continuum 3: 3-Day live patient treatment course

  • Personal supervision and instruction from Dr. Karl Koerner and KCSI Faculty
  • 6 participants
  • 2 participants work together, alternating as operator or assistant
  • Case review beforehand
  • Case critique following treatment
  • Patient evaluation, clinically and radiographically
  • PACE-approved, 32 hours of participation credit under code 310 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Additional Information

Accreditation

AGD PACE

Subject Code

310 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

CE Hours

32

Venue

2453 S Wildcat Way Suite A
Woods Cross, UT 84087

Hotel

Comfort Inn & Suites Woods Cross – Salt Lake City North

  • This 2-star hotel is located within a walking distance of the course venue.

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Bountiful, UT

  • This 3-star hotel is about 3 miles away from the course venue.

Instruments

These items will be provided for you:

  1. Surgical handpiece and burs
  2. Hemostatic gauze
  3. OsteoGen plugs
  4. Iodoform gauze
  5. Collagen plugs
  6. Bone grafting materials (bone graft and barrier membranes)
  7. Sutures 3.0 chromic or 4.0 PGA
  8. Hedstrom files, floss
  9. 15c scalpel blades
  10. 2X2 and 4X4 gauze
  11. Saline irrigation
  12. Chlorhexidine mouthwash
  13. Monojet syringe
  14. Instrument sterilization
  15. Masks
  16. Barrier gowns and caps (you may want to bring your own.)

You will need to bring these items:

  1. Loupes
  2. Lights
  3. Scrubs

Please note that all participants are responsible for their own belongings and equipment. KCSI or WAGD will not be held responsible for any lost or stolen items.

License and Insurance

Steps to get a temporary Utah license:

Website: https://dopl.utah.gov/dental

Visit the website for instructions and apply online or download the forms.

Contact: Larry Marx at 801-530-6628 and lmarx@utah.gov.

You will need the following to apply for a Class A Permit.

  • $110 non-refundable fee.
  1. National exam score. Release to Utah.
  2. Regional dental board score. Release to Utah.
  3. 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 info@pieutah.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
Secretary: Merilee

Steps to get an American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification:

Website: https://cpr.heart.org/en/cpr-courses-and-kits/healthcare-professional/basic-life-support-bls-training

Visit the website to learn more and find a course near you.

Webinar

The orientation webinar will be held on September 29, 2021 at 6 PM MDT. Please sign in to your Learning Portal account to join the Zoom meeting.

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