Implant Planning & Treatment Seminar:

When the Surgical Guide doesn't Guide 

The implant system being used has state-of-the-art technology to provide the best surgical guides. It also provides the user with two distinct implant lines with one prosthetic connection to manage soft and hard bone which maximizes osseointegration potential. But what happens when conditions change during the procedure and the guide isn’t “working” and a tissue flap and bone graft is needed? What do you do as a clinician to manage this change effectively?  With two distinct implant designs, how do you decide which implant to use?
Course Schedule and Details:

Friday,  April 12
Saturday, April 13

7:30 am breakfast
8:00 am — 5:00 pm

Townplace Suites by Marriott
Lexington Keeneland Airport
980 Midnight Pass, Lexington, KY

16 CE Credits

FEE:  $1,395 (includes continental breakfast, lunch, and all course materials)

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Course Description:
The goal of this course is to provide implant users with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage conditions that alter when using a surgical guide. It also provides a decision protocol for choosing when to use the correct implant
thread design.

Course Objectives:

To address the issues in the Course Description, this course will include:
• Didactic and hands on training in atraumatic extractions
• Bone grafting materials and how to properly prepare them
• Regional anatomy
• Bone and soft tissue classifications
• Bone management protocols including soft and hard tissue diagnosis, soft tissue management, suturing techniques to maximize closure and contain bone graft materials.
• Effectively and predictably elevate the sinus

Limited to 25 Attendees! 

About Your Instructor 

Dr. D’Orazio graduated from University of Detroit School of Dentistry in 1984. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Implantology, and holds Fellowship status in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry and Midwest Implant Institute. Dr. D’Orazio has received numerous awards including an Honored Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He has published several articles. He has lectured for various dental implant companies in North America, Mexico and South Korea.  Dr. D’Orazio’s referral based practice, the Dental Implant Center of Michigan, is located in Troy, Michigan and limited to Oral Implantology.