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Dental Implants & Esthetic Dentistry

Dental Implants & Esthetic Dentistry - Postgraduate Program in Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry: Level III

Weekend One: Thursday-Sunday, January 16-19, 2014
Weekend Two: Thursday-Saturday, March 6-8, 2014

Would you like to provide more dental implants in your practice?

You will learn how to expand esthetic possibilities for your patients through increased understanding and skill with dental implants in the esthetic zone.
You will gain practical knowledge on: 1) patient selection and treatment planning, 2) surgical phases of implant treatment, 3) restorative options,
4) immediate temporization, and 5) perioesthetics related to dental implants. You will benefit from practical lectures, laboratory experiences (including temporization), clinical demonstrations and interactions with speakers and colleagues.

You will not need to bring a patient for this module. However, you will need to treat an implant patient in your practice between the two course weekends. You will need to: 1) treatment plan—be prepared to treatment plan at least one patient during the first weekend session, 2) complete—the surgical/
prosthetic work between the first and second weekend sessions, and
3) present—the completed case or case in progress during the second weekend session. Four hours of credit will be given for your in-office work.

Benefits/Objectives

After completing this course, you will be better prepared to:

  • diagnose and treatment plan dental implants into the overall restorative and esthetic treatment plan.
  • construct a surgical guide for implant placement.
  • provide basic surgical placement of dental implants on patients.
  • carry out immediate temporization following implant surgery.
  • provide all restorative aspects of implant treatment.
  • perform appropriate maintenance and troubleshooting with dental implants.
  • integrate dental implant treatment into your practice.
Who Should Attend

Any dentist who wants more knowledge and skill with the placement and restoration of dental implants. This course is a core module in the "Postgraduate Certificate Program in Contemporary Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry."

Educational Methods

Illustrated lectures, demonstrations, hands-on workshops, patient simulation and round table case discussions.

FIRST WEEKEND: January 16-19, 2014
School of Dentistry, University of Minnesota

Thursday afternoon, January 16, 2014: 
Course overview, Contemporary implant prosthodontics (P. Olin & E. McGlumphy)

Friday, January 17, 2014:
Contemporary implant prosthodontics (continued), Contemporary surgical techniques (E. McGlumphy & J. Malmquist)

Saturday, January 18, 2014:
Contemporary surgical techniques (continued), Treatment planning from a surgical and restorative perspective—single tooth and partially edentulous patients, patient presentations and discussion (J. Malmquist, P. Olin & J. Swift)

Sunday, January 19, 2014:
Patient presentations & discussion; WORKSHOP: Surgical guide construction—specific to your patient; WORKSHOP: Temporization—tissue models and surgery on our casts. OPTIONAL WORKSHOP: Restorative parts and pieces (P. Olin & J. Swift)

Course Instructors

Jay P. Malmquist, D.M.D, is a graduate of the University of Oregon and the University of Oregon Dental School. He completed an internship in the US Army and his residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Oregon Health and Sciences University. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (ABOMS) and completed seven years on the ABOMS exam committee. Presently, he is a Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at OHSU and is in private practice in Portland. He has authored numerous articles on bone grafting and bone regeneration and written several chapters in current text books. He is the past treasurer and immediate past president of AAOMS. Dr. Malmquist has received research support from Medtronics and is a Consultant for Medtronics, OTA & 3i-Biomet.

Edwin A. McGlumphy, D.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Restorative and Prosthetic Dentistry, The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. As a full time prosthodontic faculty member, Dr. McGlumphy is responsible for all aspects of predoctoral and postdoctoral dental implant education at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He has also served as principal investigator for multiple studies on implant component properties and implant clinical trials. This work has led to over 30 publications and $3.5 million in extramural funding. He has been a reviewer for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry and the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants. Dr. McGlumphy has a private practice limited to implant prosthodontics and lectures internationally in the field of implant dentistry. He has served as a consultant and/or has received research support from Nobel Biocare, 3i Implant Innovations, Stryker, Astra Tech, and Zimmer Dental.

Paul S. Olin, D.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Division of Prosthodontics, Department of Restorative Sciences; Director, Dental Implant Program, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. Dr. Olin also maintains an active prosthodontic and esthetic dentistry practice. Dr. Olin has acted as principal investigator on implant research that has included pre-market approval studies for a number of implant systems, as well as biomechanical research on implants. He has received grant support from Lifecore Biomedical, IMTEC and has received royalties from 3i Implant Innovations, Inc. Dr. Olin is the Director of the Postgraduate Programs in Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry: Levels I-III at the University of Minnesota.

James Q. Swift, D.D.S., Professor and Director, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Developmental and Surgical Sciences, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry; Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Swift is a former president of the American Dental Education Association and former president of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He has acted as principal investigator on implant research that has included pre-market approval for studies of a number of implant systems, as well as basic science research on implants. Dr. Swift has received grant support Lifecore Biomedical, IMTEC and serves as a consultant to 3i Implant Innovations, Inc.

 

SECOND WEEKEND: March 6-8, 2014
Zimmer Institute, Carlsbad, California

This contemporary program that will give you basic understanding and simulated experience with the surgical and restorative phases of implant placement. Using high-tech patient simulators, you will surgically place and restore the following types of implant cases: 1) single tooth, 2) partially edentulous, 3) completely edentulous, and 4) another case—to be determined. This course includes lectures, case presentations, demonstrations, practice on manikins and problem solving. The program will be conducted at the Zimmer Institute in Carlsbad, California in order to take advantage of the state-of-the-art simulators complete with simulated soft tissue, cortical and cancellous bone layers, soft-tissue lined sinuses and “wired” inferior alveolar nerves.

Thursday
Course Overview; Basic implant surgery (surgical & restorative simulations); Patient presentations and discussion

Friday
Basic implant surgery with anatomical limitations (surgical & restorative simulations); Basic edentulous implant surgery (surgical & restorative simulations)

Saturday
Implant surgery (surgical & restorative simulations—to be determined); Prosthodontic problem-solving—i.e. loose and fractured screws; Patient presentations and discussion

Course Instructors

William Larson, D.D.S., M.S., Associate Clinical Specialist, Division of Prosthodontics, Department of Restorative Sciences, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. Dr. Larson completed his dental training at the University of Minnesota in 1988, and received his graduate degree in Prosthodontics from the University of Iowa in 1990. He has extensive teaching experience in all aspects of prosthodontics including dental implants. He is a member of the Implant Team in the School of Dentistry and has a part-time practice limited to prosthodontics.

Paul S. Olin, D.D.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Division of Prosthodontics, Department of Restorative Sciences; Director, Dental Implant Program, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. Dr. Olin also maintains an active prosthodontic and esthetic dentistry practice. Dr. Olin has acted as principal investigator on implant research that has included pre-market approval studies for a number of implant systems, as well as biomechanical research on implants. He has received grant support from Zimmer, Lifecore Biomedical, IMTEC and serves as a consultant to Biomet 3i. Dr. Olin is the Director of the Postgraduate Programs in Contemporary & Esthetic Dentistry: Levels I-III at the University of Minnesota.

James Q. Swift, D.D.S., Professor and Director, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Developmental and Surgical Sciences, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry; Diplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Swift is a former president of the American Dental Education Association and former president of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He has acted as principal investigator on implant research that has included pre-market approval for studies of a number of implant systems, as well as basic science research on implants. Dr. Swift has received grant support from Lifecore Biomedical, IMTEC and serves as a consultant to Biomet 3i.

Hotel Arrangements

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort until February 14, 2014. This quaint Inn is located just steps from the beach in the historic, coastal village of Carlsbad, California. Reservations should be made directly with the Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort: (760) 434-7020 or (800) 235-3939 – 3075 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad, CA 92008. Room rates are $142 per night. Carlsbad is accessible via air transportation from San Diego, plus a 30-60 minute transfer from the airport. Car rental is recommended for access to the Carlsbad Inn and to the Zimmer training facility. However, complimentary shuttle service will be available daily between the Carlsbad Inn and the Zimmer Institute.

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