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September 2017

Jaw Lesions: Radiographic Interpretation and Common Lesions – Fairfield County Hygiene Club

September 26 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Fairfield County Hygiene Club,
1047 Old Post Road, Fairfield, 06824
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Speaker: Christel M. Haberland, DDS This lecture will be a review the terminology used to describe lesions of the jaws. A comprehensive review of common benign and malignant lesions will be discussed. Radiographic description of jaw lesions: Lucent, opaque and mixed Common radiolucent lesions Common radiopaque lesions Common mixed (radiolucent/radiopaque) lesions The lecture will focus on the most common lesions in each category but will also include unique cases that are challenging. Radiographic descriptions and examples of these lesions will…

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October 2017

Immediate versus Delayed Implant Placement . . . The Dilemma Continues – Spain (Khaghani)

October 4 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

The surgical success of dental implants has become quite predictable. Strategies and techniques exist today that has changed older paradigms of implant therapy, and allow implant treatment to be accelerated. These include the immediate placement of dental implants at the time of extraction as well as the immediate provisional restoration of implants at the time of placement. This presentation will focus on the parameters which must be considered during the diagnostic phase to assure successful and precise implant placement at…

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Implant Treatment in the Esthetic Zone NYU – France (CEIOP)

October 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
New York University College of Dentistry, Linhardt Continuing Dental Education Program,
345 East 24th Street, New York, NY 10010 United States
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The maxillary anterior dental implant is perhaps the most challenging for the clinician. Knowledge of esthetics, bone grafting, gingival grafting and precise implant placement is essential to achieve an implant restoration indistinguishable from the natural dentition. In modern implant dentistry, mere osseointegration is not enough. We tolerate no less than perfection. Thus the position that creates the most beautiful and functional prosthesis dictates the location of the implant, not the ridge morphology. Today, we simply grow bone where we desire…

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November 2017

Integrating Dental Implants Into Your Practice NYU – Zimmer Biomet Institute – Parsippany, NJ

November 9 @ 8:00 am - November 11 @ 5:00 pm
Zimmer Biomet Institute,
399 Jefferson Road, Parsippany, 07054 United States
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The surgical success of dental implants has become quite predictable. In order to achieve optimal function, esthetics, and long term success in the final implant restoration, pre-surgical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment planning is of paramount importance. This course is designed to help the practitioner take their practice to the next level. This presentation will focus on the parameters which must be considered during the diagnostic phase to assure successful and precise implant placement. Included will be a thorough discussion of…

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Prosthetic Guided Bone Regeneration for Ideal Implant Placement – NYU in China (Beijing)

November 16 @ 9:00 am - November 17 @ 4:00 pm

Today in implant dentistry, osseointegration alone is no longer enough. Implants must not only be osseointegrated, but in the right place and esthetic. The excuse, “well that is where the bone was,” is no longer acceptable. Thus the position that creates the most beautiful and functional prosthesis dictates the location of the implant, not the ridge morphology. Today, we simply grow bone where we desire it. Techniques that are now available to augment hard and soft tissue at the various…

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Maximizing Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy” (Hands on instrument sharpening included) – Fairfield County Hygiene Club

November 16 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Fairfield County Hygiene Club,
1047 Old Post Road, Fairfield, 06824
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Speakers: Ray Ma, DMD and Tom Rimmer Sharpen your tools! This course will provide attendees with information for providing effective disease control in periodontal therapy, including hands-on techniques in instrument sharpening. We will also discuss the etiology of periodontal disease and motivation of the periodontal patient to control plaque. The course will also review treatment planning and the sequencing of appointments for scaling and root planing.

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December 2017

Periodontal Surgical Designs and Techniques – Italy

December 8 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

This course will highlight the rational and techniques for the implementation of periodontal surgery into practice.  Great emphasis will be placed on comprehensive diagnosis, proper treatment planning and precise controlled surgical technique that leads to predictable results.  A variety of surgical techniques and their rationale will be demonstrated for pocket elimination as well as regenerative procedures including bone grafting and guided tissue regeneration.  An attempt will be made to make sense out of the multiplicity of flap procedures and designs,…

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