Implantology Course 5

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Considerations in Dental Implant Supported Hybrid Dentures

2-day course
Tuition:$1500

Hours: 8:30am-4:30pm
16 CE credits upon completion.

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Implantology Course 5 Dates:

  • December 1-2, 2017 (Fri-Sat) – Burbank Location

Implantology Course 5 Overview

This course will cover the indications and contraindications for immediate vs. delayed loading of a hybrid prostheses.

Comprehensive case planning from initial diagnosis to completion will be discussed. The course will review the prosthetic space requirements for hybrid prosthetics, CT scan analysis, and restorative design considerations of the definitive and interim prostheses.

Implant selection and implant componentry involved in each step of the procedure will be described. Impression making process for multi-unit cases will be reviewed to provide patients with a functional and esthetic prosthesis.

The hands-on portion of the course will cover the use and installation of multi-unit implant abutments onto an implant model, open tray transfer techniques and connection of a prefabricated denture to the multi- unit abutments with titanium cylinders.

Participants will observe placement of implants and the immediate loading of a provisional prosthesis in a live surgery demonstration using a Cone beam CT generated surgical guide.

This course is intended for both surgeons and restoring dentists interested to predictably incorporate hybrid prostheses into their reconstructive scope of practice.

Learning Objectives

  • Predictably treatment plan and manage the prosthetic portion of screw-retained hybrid prostheses
  • Participants will be able to understand the rationale behind immediate load vs. delayed healing for a hybrid prostheses
  • Comprehend the process of treatment planning a hybrid case using the AB Denpax system

Hands-on Portion

  • Selection of AB multi-unit abutments and connection to AB dental implants
  • Connection of a baseplate to abutments using titanium cylinders
  • Impression techniques  and laboratory steps in fabricating  a verified final model

About the Speakers

Daniel Haghighi, D.D.S.
Dr. Daniel HaghighiDr. Haghighi graduated from CWRU School of Dentistry in 1990. He completed a one year general practice residency program at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

He then returned to Cleveland to attend a two year fellowship in geriatric dentistry at University Hospitals of Cleveland. He is the past department chair of surgery, St. John Medical Center, Longview Washington.

He has lectured extensively on the management of dental patients with complex medical histories. Additionally he has presented dental Implantology topics related to: Edentulous and Dentate Ridge Expansion; Treatment Considerations and Protocols for Implant Therapy in the Esthetic Zone; Tissue Sparing Techniques for Dental Implant Surgery.

Dr Haghighi holds several patents related to implant surgical spacing devices.

Fariborz Farnad, DMD
Dental Implantology TrainingDr. Fariborz Farnad is an American Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. He is a Clinical Professor and former Director of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic at University of Southern California, School of Dentistry.

Dr. Farnad is a fellow of American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He has been involved in clinical research and has many publications in different dental journals.

Dr. Farnad practices the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery since 1991. He currently has a private practice in Beverly Hills. His areas of interest are jaw reconstruction, bone grafting and dental implants.