Presented by Arnold S. Weisgold. DDS, FACD
This presentation will deal with the unique features that impact on the esthetic and gingival management of the anterior implant restoration. In many respects the periodontal biotype is as much a factor in a successful outcome as the actual fixture position. Sulcular form, ridge morphology, embrasure considerations as well as the mesio-distal, facio-lingual and apical positioning of the fixture will be addressed. In this context, implant to implant, implant to natural tooth and implant to pontic will be analyzed. The esthetic requirements of anterior restorations will be dealt with in depth. Included will be smile analysis, the unique esthetic demands of the mandibular anterior teeth, elevations, depressions, rotations and patient vs. dentist perceptions and expectations.
The controversy over whether to retain a tooth with endodontic therapy vs. extracting it and replacing it with an implant will be analyzed. Suggestions for each approach based upon bone quality and quantity, periodontal biotype and prosthetic requirements will be proposed.
Registration & Dinner: 5:30pm • Course Begins: 6:00pm • CE – 2 hours
Space is Limited – Please RSVP by 6/9/16
by e-mail: email@example.com or call Rebecca at 303.695.0990
Arnold s. Weisgold, DDS, FACD In 1965, he was named the first Coordinator of Occlusion at Temple University where he developed a four year program in this discipline. He returned to the University of Pennsylvania in 1967 where he established the Department of Form and Function of the Masticatory System, the first of its kind in the world. In 1973, he became the Director of Postdoctoral Periodontal Prosthesis and served in this capacity until 2006. From 1984 until 1987 he was the Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences and was the first Director of the Implant Research Center (1990-1996). He is presently Adjunct Professor of Periodontics.
He has served on the Council on National Board Examinations and is a Consulting Editor for the Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry and the International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry and previously served on the Review Board for the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry. insights during his courses. He currently maintains a practice limited to microscopic Endodontics in Denver, Colorado
Presented by Teresa Duncan, MS, FADIA, FAADOM
Tuition Complimentary: Open to Dentists & All Team Members
The Affordable Care Act, SNODENT, Delta, PPOs – every one of these items will impact your office in the immediate future. This discussion will help you prepare by explaining the why and how of these industry shifts.
Offices that are aware of these changes before they are put into effect will weather the storm just fine. Will you be one of them?
• Discuss upcoming changes to our industry
• Assess what you can do to prepare your practice for the future
Registration and Dinner – 5:30pm • Speaker Presentation – 6:00pm
Q & A, Wrap Up – 7:45 – 8:00pm
Space is Limited • 2 CE Credits • Register online at Education/CE Seminars at:
yourdentalimplants.com or Please RSVP by June 30, 2016 to:
by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Rebecca at 303.695.0990
Teresa Duncan, MS, FADIA, FAADOM With over 20 years of healthcare experience, Teresa addresses topics such as Insurance Coding, Office Manager Training and Revenue Growth and Protection.
She is a Fellow and Educator for the Association of Dental Implant Auxiliaries and the American Association of Dental Office Managers. Her memberships include the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, National Speakers Association and the Academy of Dental Management Consultants. She was recently named one of the Top 25 Women in Dentistry. Teresa received her Master’s Degree in Healthcare Management.
November 2016. Denver, Colorado
A step-by-step approach from surgery to prosthetics.
Join us! 2-day Live Experience Surgery Course: patient management, treatment planning, digital planning, surgical and restorative procedures involved with a full-arch, immediate loaded, screw-retained hybrid restoration. Participants will have the opportunity to observe a live surgery where teeth will be extracted, the ridge will be prepared, and implants will be placed immediately. Following the surgical procedure, a direct denture restorative conversion will be performed for the immediate load of the implants.
This 2-day course will provide a live experience of the patient management, treatment planning, digital planning, surgical and restorative procedures involved with a full-arch, immediate loaded, screw-retained hybrid restoration. The participants will have the opportunity to observe a live surgery where teeth will be extracted, the ridge will be prepared, and implants will be placed immediately. Following the surgical procedure, a direct denture restorative conversion will be performed for the immediate loading of the implants. The participants will have the opportunity to perform a complete hands-on denture conversion for this full-arch immediate loading scenario. The subsequent final prosthesis fabrication will be discussed in depth following the live surgery and hands-on exercises.
• Patient selection, interview techniques and case closure.
• Digital treatment planning.
• Initial work-up.
• Step-by-step surgical procedures.
• Abutment selection and necessary implant components.
• Immediate loading protocols.
• Step-by-Step procedures for a Chair-side denture conversion.
• Delivery of the immediate interim fixed screw -retained hybrid prosthesis.
• Step-by-Step procedures to fabricate a final full-arch hybrid prosthesis.
• Maintenance protocols and techniques.
The participants will be able to take home an educational model, with a value of $485 USD, that will aid in treatment plan presentations.
Dr. Emilio Arguello obtained his dental degree, specialty training in periodontology, and Master of oral Science from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA. Dr. Arguello is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He has conducted extensive clinical and basic science research in periodontology at The Forsyth Institute. He is the clinical Director of the Postgraduate program of Periodontology at Harvard University. He has a private practice limited to periodontics and implant dentistry in Denver CO.
Dr. Eduardo Marcuschamer obtained his dental degree, specialty training in periodontology, from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA where he earned the award for surgical excellence. Dr. Marcuschamer is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Marcuschamer holds a teaching position at Tufts University School of dental Medicine. He is Author of numerous scientific publications, chapters cf books and Co-Author of the Manual of Clinical Periodontics. He has a private practice limited to periodontics and implant dentistry in Denver CO.
Dr. Gianluca Paniz obtained his dental degree from the University of Pad ova (Italy). He obtained his Certificate cf Advanced Prosthodontics, the Master of Science and the Certificate of Advanced Education in Esthetic Dentistry rom Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston MA. Dr. Paniz holds a teaching position at Tufts University School of dental Medicine and the University of Padova. He is Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and President of the Scientific Committee of Italian Society of Osseointegration (SIO). He has a private practice Limited to prosthodontics in Padova Italy.
Registrations received prior to January 1 – Tuition? -$695 – Staff $250
Registrations received prior to February 1 –Tuition S795 – Staff $300
Registrations received after to March 1 – Tuition $895 – Staff $350
Staff with Hands-On Regular Price
Full time Faculty – 30% Discount
Students – 50% Discount
Phone: (303) 695 0990