Nobel Implant Study Club: Esthetic Alliance Program
Event on 2016-05-28 18:00:00
Description This four-session study club is for the general dentist with interest in restoring implants in their practice and learning more about the Nobel implant system. Each session will build upon the knowledge learned at the previous session and class size is limited to ensure hands-on training and personal attention. Please register only if you can attend all four sessions. A wait list will be available once the session is full – the class may be offered again if interest is high. Treatment planning and restoring the single posterior dental implant – Module 1 Module 1/Session 1: (Monday, April 4, 2016) • Gain proficiency in diagnosis and treatment planning • Master the restorative steps for a posterior dental implant • Transform restorative decision-making and execution into a simple and easy process • Learn how to avoid or manage complications • Dental implants – the standard of care • Indications and contraindications for dental implants • Cement vs. screw-retained restorations • Options for replacing a missing tooth • Diagnosis and treatment planning Module 1/Session2: (Monday, April 25, 2016) • Impression techniques • Cement vs. screw-retained restorations • Provisionalization • NobelProcera CAD/CAM system • Restorative workshop and hands-on • Patient treatment status • Basic patient communication concepts • Avoiding or managing complications • Dental implant maintenance • Final case presentations Treatment planning and restoring the single anterior dental implant – Module 2 Module 2/Session 1: (Monday, May 16, 2016) • Causes of anterior single tooth loss • Indications for anterior dental implants • Comparison of treatment options • Contraindications for Anterior implants • Diagnostic considerations • Understanding bone types • Provisional strategies • Hands-on provisionalization Module 2/Session 2: (Monday, June 6, 2016) • Implant level impressions (closed vs. open-tray) • ‘custom’ impression technique • properly fastening abutments • Abutment selection for the anterior • Cement issues with dental implants • Crown delivery techniques • Hands-on custom impression taking Learning objectives Gain proficiency in diagnosis and treatment planning Master the restorative steps for a posterior dental implant Transform restorative decision-making and execution into a simple and easy process Learn how to avoid or manage complications Learn how to gain patient acceptance for dental implant treatment Speaker Allison C. Broyles, DMD, MS is a prosthodontist with Permanente Dental Associates. Following her general dental education at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Dr. Broyles completed her specialty education in prosthodontics at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Dr. Broyles was an associate professor at OHSU from 2009-2014 during which time she was the course director for the occlusion courses, instructed students in clinical dentistry, and was a member of the Faculty Dental Practice. She joined PDA in 2012 and enjoys a full time practice dedicated exclusively to prosthodontics. She has been an active member of the American College of Prosthodontists since 2005 and regularly participates in continuing education. Sponsor Nobel Bio Care Continuing Education Credits A Certificate of Participation will be issued for each session attended for the number of hours attended, up to two hours per session. Code 690 Implants. Food at the Event Dinner is available starting at 6:00pm. Parking Bring your KP ID Badge to access the parking lot to the east of the building. A guest lot and street parking are also available. PEC This class is size limited and is not PEC eligible for participating PDA dentists. Registration Clicking the link at the top of the page will take you to our online registration portal. Our online system accepts payment via credit card. If you require payment via check or cash, a PDA staff member will need to register you manually. Please send a check made out to "Permanente Dental Associates" via interoffice mail to: Rachel Allaway, PDA, KPB-16. Include your name and office location as well as the name of the class for which you are registering. Registration is accepted until the class becomes full, or up to 48 hours before the event, whichever comes first. Space Limitations Space is limited – early registration is recommended. Registration will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis. In the event that space becomes filled to capacity, those registrants will be notified. Photo/Recording This presentation WILL NOT be recorded and available at a later date for viewing. However, there may be other forms of photography, audio, or video recording at the course. By entering the event premises you give consent to the use of your photograph, likeness or video or audio recording in whole or in part without restriction or limitation for any educational, promotional, or any purpose for distribution in online and printed publications and release PDA, their officers and employees, and each and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing or publication of photographs, video and/or sound recording. Refunds Notify firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel or change your registration. A full refund will be given for all cancellations up to 72 hours before the event.
at Kaiser Permanente Multnomah
500 NE Multnomah
Portland, United States