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Visit us at: AEEDC Dubai, February 1 – 3, 2022

AEEDC Dubai, eine globale Plattform für die Dentalwelt

Die Internationale Zahnärztekonferenz und Arabische Dentalausstellung der VAE – AEEDC Dubai – hat sich zu Recht die höchste globale Auszeichnung als „Größte jährliche wissenschaftliche Zahnärztekonferenz und -ausstellung der Welt“ verdient.

Seit 25 Jahren ist die AEEDC Dubai ein Leuchtturm des Wissens und ein Bezugspunkt für Zahnmedizinexperten, Akademiker und Fachleute der Branche aus der gesamten Region und allen Teilen der Welt. Seit ihrer Gründung im Jahr 1996 ist die AEEDC Dubai stetig gewachsen und hat sich zu einem führenden Standort im Gesundheitswesen und zu einem wichtigen wissenschaftlichen Zentrum in der Region und im Ausland entwickelt.

LIVE Patients Course Sarajevo May 13 – 15, 2022

3-Day Hands-On Course on LIVE PATIENTS May 13 – 15, 2022 – University of Sarajevo, presented by: Dr. Maurice Salama and Dr. Howard Gluckman

Learn all of these techniques on LIVE PATIENTS with ONE_ON_ONE training from one of the best cli- nicians in implant dentistry, Dr. Maurice Salama & Dr. Howard Gluckman! An Exceptional opportunity to become more skilled in implant and regenerative surgery. Become more comfortable incorporating these advanced clinical procedures into your daily practice.

What you will learn::

  • How to treatment plan surgical cases more efficiently
  • Perform a variety of different surgical procedures based upon your experience level
  • Extraction Site Grafting, GBR, Sinus Lifts, Implants in the Esthetic Zone, Connective Tissue Grafting

LIVE Patients Course Sarajevo Oktober 2021

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Each session is 6-day course.

Session 1:  Day 1-2, Jan 28-29, 2022; Day 3-4, Feb 11-12; Day 5-6, Feb 25-26 
Session 2:  Day 1-2, March 11-12; Day 3-4, March 25-26; Day 5-6, April 8-9 
Session 3:  Day 1-2, July 22-23; Day 3-4, Aug 5-6; Day 5-6, Aug 19-20 
Session 4:  Day 1-2, Sept 16-17; Day 3-4, Sept 30-Oct 1; Day 5-6, Oct 14-15 
Session 5:  Day 1-2, Nov 4-5; Day 3-4, Nov 18-19; Day 5-6, Dec 2-3 

What exactly is the course about?
Good placement of implants is essential, and many implant courses focus on HOW to place such implants.  However, every implant placement is different, even in the same jaw during surgery, and it is crucial to understand WHY a particular technique is selected.   For beginners, this course will provide a strong foundation of principles in oral implantology to keep growing on it.  Those who have some experience but are limited to mechanical techniques will gain in-depth knowledge and confidence in taking the implant cases to a higher level.  It is condensed into six days to explore almost every principle in oral implantology for the everyday dental practice.

Oral Implantology in 6-Days:
Day 1 – Diagnosis and Treatment Plan in implant dentistry
           “Yes, you can get the implant treatment here, Ma’am!”
Day 2 – Bone grafting technique
          
“Preserve that precious bone!”
Day 3 – Platelet Rich Plasma/PRF
          
“Benefits of a quick healing equals better healing and less pain.”
Day 4 – Implant Occlusion
          
“It’s time to wear an implant hat!”
Day 5 – Simplified Implant Restoration
          
“Think outside the box!”
Day 6 – Implant Placement
          
“Putting-it-all-together”

Day 1 – Diagnosis and Treatment Plan in implant dentistry

  1. General principles of oral implantology
  2. Patient/case selection
  3. Case workup and presentation using CAD/CAM
  4. CBCT, oral scanner, 3-D printing
  5. Converting a complex case into a simple case

Day 2 – Bone grafting technique

  1. Indication and contraindication, and Risk factors and Limitations
  2. Rationales on the usage of antibiotics
  3. Simplified BG techniques
  4. Side effects of medications related to BG
  5. Ordering the blood work: how and what
  6. The healing mechanism of BG
  7. What do you look for when evaluating the bone condition?
  8. What are the possible consequences of BG failure?
  9. When do you use BG for conventional/traditional dentistry?
  10. What is the relationship between BG and implantology?
  11. How to handle the situations when the BG material is exposed?
  12. How to handle when the BG is infected?
  13. What are pre-op meds needed? And when, why, and what dosage to use?

Day 3 – Platelet Rich Plasma/PRF

  1. What is PRP/PRF?
  2. How does it help in healing?
  3. Venipuncture techniques
  4. Armamentarium for PRP
  5. Pharmacological approach
  6. Hands-on training
  7. Clinical application of PRP/PRF
  8. Soft tissue and PRP/PRF
  9. Atraumatic extraction (socket bone preservation)
  10. Bone biology and histology

Day 4 – Implant Occlusion

  1. What are the differences the implant occlusion?
  2. Biomechanics
  3. Occlusion
  4. Prosthetic components and usage
  5. TMJ and neuromuscular function
  6. Maintenance
  7. Determinants to ailing and failing implants

 Day 5 – Simplified Implant Restoration

  1. How to choose cemented or screw-retained restoration?
  2. Restoration driven implant planning
  3. Implant diameter vs. length
  4. Screw mechanics and the principle of torque and preload
  5. How to avoid using the “custom” abutments
  6. Selection and placement of stock abutments
    1. Hex-engagement
    2. Torque application and its mechanics
    3. Trimming before impression
    4. Flowable composite application
  7. Hands-on:
    1. Sealing abutments in a simple but effective way
    2. Preparation of the abutments
    3. CAD/CAM surgical guide (aid)

Day 6 – Implant Placement

1. Taper implant vs. straight implants
    a. Comparison with other implant systems in material, design, and usage
    b. Maximizing Taper Implant System
           i. Primary stability
           ii. Stream-line delivery system
           iii. How to reduce the incidence of spinners
           iv. Versatility in restoration options
    c. The sequence of drilling technique
           i. Bone density accommodation
           ii. Drilling technique according to the bone density
           iii. Drilling size selection
2. Treatment planning and Implant site preparation
    a. Depth determination
    b. Sequence variations
    c. The proper implant insertion to achieve primary stability.
3. Placement of abutments
    a. Hex-engagement (Hex-ray)
    b. Torque application and its mechanics
    c. Trimming before impression
4. Post-op evaluation
    a. Radiographic evaluation
    b. Rationales for post-op medications

The David Han Implant Institute
6035 Peachtree Road, Suite C-201, Atlanta
GA 30360 USA
Telefon: +1 770-624-3000
www.dhii.org