(605) THE DIGGING OUT OF PROBLEMS COURSE, 145 GREEN MEADOWS DRIVE SOUTH, LEWIS CENTER OHIO, 43035 | 11829 RANSUM DRIVE, LOUISVILLE, KY 40243
(605) Course Description
Spring Course: Columbus, Ohio.Fall Course:Louisville, Kentucky |Implant Dentistry, like any specialized area of dentistry, carries with it the possibility of having a less-than-desired result. Whether it be that the bone density was not sufficient to allow for supportive osseointergration of an implant or that bone starts to recede away from the neck of the implant during healing. Perhaps a very successful implant of many years becomes a “crippled implant” because an abutment screw fractured or the implant itself fractures allowing for crown movement. This course will cover the pre-operative evaluation of compromised bone, the treatment of simple to complex cases, and the handling of post-operative successful implants that develop “problems that need attention".
The Digging Out Of Problems Course covers a broad simplification of Course Topics, Course Objectives, and Hands-on Participation. Below are a few of the Topics:
Handling Loose & Broken Screws
Removing an implant with minimal bone loss
When and how to charge for implant failure
Which tissue barriers to use in implant repair
Identifying failed implants that cannot be repaired
Which bone grafting materials to use in implant repair
When to remove an implant that has lost bone support
When to remove a compromised tooth and replace with an implant
When to do socket preservation with immediate implant placement
With in this (605) Digging Out of Problems Course there are many objectives, some are listed below:
Identify and prevent problems before they occur
Recognize implants (all implant manufacturers) that come to your office with a potential problem
Interpret the difference between an “ailing" and "failing" implant
Recognize the difference between “mucositis” and “peri-implantitis”
Distinguish how to recognize and treat a problem during the healing period of osseointegration
Learn the different modalities available to prolong the life of a compromised implant
Identify grafting materials that have proven to work the best in 1-2-3 screw threads with bone loss
Develop solid treatment planning and consultation for broken or compromised implants
Learn implant removal with bone preservation and when to immediately place another larger implant or to graft and let heal
Dr. Alfred "Duke" Heller
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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