ADI Seminars Level 1 Implant course in Jamaica, November 6 - 10, 2019. Basic
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ADI Seminars - 5 Day Implant Course in Jamaica
Consider the following questions, then decide to come to Jamaica for a 5 Day Implant Course provided by ADI Seminars to further your career:
- Would you like to learn how to insert and restore implants from outstanding world-class practitioners?
- Would you like to insert implants on provided patients (no malpractice insurance necessary) with individual guidance and supervision by experienced instructors?
- Would you like to attend a 5-day implant course in beautiful Jamaica, which may be tax deductible?
- Would you like to bring your family along for an outstanding vacation at inexpensive prices?
- Would you like to receive 35 hours CE credit?
- Identify cases suitable for dental implants
- Diagnose and treatment plan for preservation and restoration of edentulous and partially edentulous arches
- Demonstrate competency in the placement of single tooth implants, soft tissue management and bone augmentation
- Obtain an ideal implant occlusion
- Work as part of an implant team with other professionals
- Incorporate implant treatment into private practice with quality results, cost effectiveness and profitability
- Five day seminar
- 35 CE hours
- Fee $3075
- Location: Jamaica
Please see information on product detail page regarding specific dates this seminar will be held.
Upon completion of the 5 Day Implant Course in Jamaica, the clinician will be able to accomplish the following tasks:
Seminar Day-by-Day SynopsisDay One - Faculty Lectures
Introduction to Oral Implantology - History of implants, types of implants and their uses, grafting and augmentation, removable vs. fixed prostheses, screw-retained vs. cemented prostheses, HA coated vs. non-coated implants.
Implant Site Development and Alveolar Bone Resorption Patterns - Relationship of natural teeth to the alveolar bone, resorption patterns in the event of tooth loss, site development, aesthetic requirements of implant prostheses.
Implant Diagnosis and Treatment Planning - Medical and dental evaluation of potential implant patients, risk factors.
Implant Overdentures, Attachments and Home Care - Fabrication of implant overdentures, implant retained and tissue supported overdentures, overdenture attachments, occlusion, and home care.
Placement of Dental Implants - Implant armamentarium, site-specific osteotomy, flap designs, minimally invasive surgical approaches, gingival grafts, bone grafting, platelet rich plasma, hard tissue augmentation, suturing techniques, sinus lifts.
Periodontal Considerations - Hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures, guided bone regeneration, gingival and subepithelial tissue grafts, crown lengthening, soft tissue sculpting, periodontal suturing techniques, papilla augmentation.
Implant Prosthodontics - Single tooth replacement, multiple tooth replacement, full arch implant replacement, implant overdentures, maxillofacial implant prostheses.
Implant Failure - Bacterial, mechanical (occlusal), psychological, systemic, surgical, smoking, extraordinary failure.Day Two - Hands-on Training
Prosthodontic diagnosis and work-ups with fixed and removable designs. Surgical diagnosis and work-ups using preservation-oriented models. Hands-on demonstrations of surgical drills, implant motors, handpieces, and surgical and prosthodontic instrumentation. Surgical and prosthodontic workshops using actual instrumentation, implants, abutments, analogs, components, and attachmentsDay Three - Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Participants will diagnose and treatment plan actual cases for live patients. Preparation will include taking radiographs, making diagnosis casts and surgical templates, and making diagnostic wax-ups. Each participant will diagnose and treatment plan a minimum of three cases with individual instructor assistance.Day Four - Live Patient Treatment
Demonstrations of step-by-step implant placement, including ridge augmentation, grafting, sinus elevation, and suturing. Each participant will place 2 to 4 implants in patients (provided by course) that have been diagnosed the previous day. Individual instructor guidance and supervision will be available for each implant placement by participants.Day Five - Review
Continuation of implant placement (if necessary). Review of implant insertions of previous day, with postoperative follow-up observations of implant patients. Review of implant surgery and prosthodontic procedures, all material previously presented, and discussion of participantsÕ future cases. Introduction to implant practice management - treatment planning, case work-up, patient presentation, marketing and patient communication skills.
Cost of 5 Day Implant Course in Jamaica is $3075.