It is well-documented that when teeth are lost, there is a volumetric change in the alveolus usually at the expense of the facial or buccal cortical plate. Planning, preparing, maintaining and obtaining adequate bone volume and density is critical to the success of surgical implant placement. Minimally traumatic extraction, proper instrumentation and techniques in bone handling can lead to simplified grafting as well as potentially immediate implants. Advances in three-dimensional digital imaging acquired through CBCT can provide clinicians with state-of-the-art tools to accurately diagnose and treatment plan tooth extraction, bone grafting, and potential implant receptor sites. A hands-on model based component will follow the lecture. Participants will perform minimally traumatic extraction, socket preservation, ridge augmentation and suturing techniques.


  • Date: 4/9/2022 08:00 AM
  • Location: 96 Trophy Club Drive, Trophy Club, TX, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Aloft Hotel

Description

Lecture and Hands-on Workshop 

     •     Diagnose with 3D imaging modalities: "Triangle of Bone" and more

     •     Utilize new instrumentation for surgical procedures and tooth extraction

     •     Planning for immediate and delayed protocols for implant placement

     •     Understand the benefits and rational for ridge preservation

     •     Understand how the biologic events during healing of the extraction socket relate to ridge preservation concepts

     •     Comprehend the role of different biomaterials on ridge preservation techniques

     •     Understand the differences between ridge preservation and ridge augmentation procedures

     •     Differentiate between treatment concepts for compromised and non-compromised extraction sockets

     •     Understand the factors involved in the decision making for immediate implant placement vs. ridge preservation and
delayed implant placement

     •     Appreciate flap design, membrane utilization and suturing techniques

Agenda 

8:00 am - 8:30 am Breakfast and registration

8:30 am - 12:00 am Lecture

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm   Lunch 

1:00 pm - 3:30  pm Lecture

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Workshop extraction, grafting, Suturing

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Q & A session 


About the presenter 

Dr. Isaac Tawil DDS MS is a MINEC Ambassador (Megagen International Network of Educators and Clinicians), a member of MINEC USA and sits on the Digital Dental USA Society board of directors, a Diplomat of the International Academy of Dental Implantology and the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantoloy. He is one of Dentistry Today’s top 225 leaders in CE, a faculty member of the Osseodensification Academy, Brighter Way Educational Director (Phoenix, Arizona), and Digital Director of Guided Smile. Additionally Dr Tawil is an Ambassador for the Slow Dentistry initiative and a Fellow of the Advanced Dental Implant Academy. A recipient of the Pierre Fauchard award for outstanding achievements in dentistry and the Presidential Service Award for outstanding achievements in dentistry. He is the Founder and Co-Director of Advanced Implant Education, a Partner in TBS instruments, and Universal Shapers LLC. He is a new product consultant for several dental companies. Dr Tawil has held main podium sessions and hands on workshops world wide and enjoys a private practice in Brooklyn, New York. 


8 CE

Course fee $595

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Scott Campbell

(806) 535-2295

scott@trophymedical.com