(601) The Bone Grafting & Sinus Elevation Course, 145 GREEN MEADOWS DRIVE SOUTH, LEWIS CENTER OHIO, 43035
(601) Course Description
In 1974, Dr. Hilt Tatum performed the first ever sinus lift. His studies and research were intimately collaborated with our Midwest Implant Institute Founder, Dr. Duke Heller, which makes this course uniquely suited to doctors looking to expand their knowledge and experience by learning sinus lift techniques and managing complications in difficult cases. In arguably the most frequently required treatment for implant site development, this 3-day program was purposefully designed to navigate the often complex physiological and pharmacological regenerative process of varying bone grafting and sinus augmentation procedures.
Fully packed with narrated live surgeries and step-by-step guided hands-on workshops, this course is headlined by international lecturer Dr. Jim Rutkowski, who has a wealth of knowledge for bone grafting, surgical anatomy for implant dentistry, pharmacology, and sedation techniques.
The Bone Grafting & Sinus Elevation Course (601) Course covers a broad simplification of Course Topics, Course Objectives, and Hands-on Participation. Below are a few of the Topics:
Block Bone Grafting
Using Piezo and Rotary Techniques
Sinus Elevation (Techniques include rotary, piezo, lateral approach, and crestal approach)
Bone Grafting Materials (Where/When to use different materials)
Proper use of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Proper use of Platelet Rich Fiber (PRF)
Mandibular Onlay Tunneling Technique using particulate bone grafting materials
Extraction & Immediate Implant Placement
Lateral Nerve Repositioning & Implant Placement
Proper use of Resorbable/Nonresorbable Barriers
Surgical Sterile Technique
Pre and Post-op Pain Management
Autgenous Bone vs. Allograft Bone use
With in this (601) Bone Grafting & Sinus Elevation Course there are many objectives, some are listed below:
Learn step-by-step surgical procedures with different bone grafting modalities to obtain a predictable result
Live surgery of each type of bone grafting procedure will give the participant knowledge of each type of procedure and when it is to be used
Learn pre and post-op pain medication use and antibiotic therapy to insure patient comfort
Recognition of PRP benefits in bone grafting procedures
Know when to do immediate extraction with implant placement and when to avoid implant placement
Comprehend the benefits of the lateral nerve repositioning procedure
Interpret the different modalities for sinus augmentation
Dr. James Rutkowski
Dr. Robert Heller
Dr. Thomas Bilski
Ms. Karen Fairhurst
A spacious guest room with granite countertops, soft earth tones and rich dark woods awaits your arrival at Hilton Columbus/Polaris. Stay comfortable with a 55-inch HDTV, mini-refrigerator and complimentary WiFi. Their convenient location and complimentary shuttle within a 5-mile radius make it easy to get to Columbus attractions and the airport (24 hours advance notice is requested). Take time for the Papillon Day Spa, fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. The Hilton Columbus/Polaris extends an exclusive offer for The Midwest Implant Institute Registrants. For MII registration, visit The Hilton Columbus/Polaris website here!
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