VA: Incorporating Implant Dentistry Into Your General Practice

                       

Friday , April 26, 2019 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
7 Credits – Doctors: $299 ~ Team Members: $ 159
Sign in @ 7:30 am, Brunch
Come Hungry!

                                                                                        

Maggiano’s

2001 International Drive

Tysons Corner, VA

This course is designed to assist practitioners in creating and maintaining a successful implant program within their general dental practice. A discussion of the choices between conventional dentistry and implant dentistry to replace missing teeth willbe explored. Particular attention will be given to learning how to build treatment plans based on patient evaluation, bone quality, prosthetic and material options and economics. This course will cover esthetic considerations in the anterior zone with singletooth and multiple implant restorations. Additionally, options for short span fixed prostheses and removable prostheses will be discussed. Both cement and screw retained options will be discussed.

During this program practitioners will learn:
● Which cases are better suited for conventional or implant dentistry.
● The sequence for treatment planning and delivering predictable implant results.
● How to maximize the working relationship with periodontics, oral surgeons and orthodontists.
● Abutment design and selection.
● Prosthetic design and material selection.
● When to splint multiple units.
● When to use a screw-retained design versus a cement-retained design.

The Oral Cavity Under Acid Attack…… Identifying, Understanding and Treating Caries, Erosion, and Other Acid Related Diseases.

As a dentist, personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist, Dr. Geissberger brings a unique perspective to the subjects of caries, diet and the oral environment. Through this enlightening program, Dr. Geissberger will discuss various disease conditions that plaque the entire dental population, and identify several at risk populations. The importance of oral pH will be discussed and strategies for altering an unfavorable oral environment will be outlined. Additionally, the dental team will learn
progressive strategies to help their patients achieve oral balance and curb their disease processes.

Learning Objectives:
● Understand the difference between a balanced oral environment and one that is susceptible to disease.
● Develop strategies which can be implemented in practice to help patients achieve oral balance.
● Develop a program for caries eradication that can be easily implemented into private practice.
● Develop strategies to begin to discuss the oral implications of poor eating strategies and provide some tips.
● Learn which materials should be used how to properly restore dentitions plagued with the effects of erosion, abrasion,
GERD and bulimia.

Dr. Geissberger has practiced in Marin since 1991. He splits his time equally between his private practice and educating
practicing dentists. He is an Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry and served as
the Chair of the Department of Integrated Reconstructive Dental Sciences at the University of the Pacific, School of Dentistry for
15 years. He has maintained a faculty appointment continuously since 1991.

 

For Reservations: Call – 732-972-0325 or Email rgoldendmd@aol.com

To Register: Return form with check payable to Dr. Roni Golden, PO Box 1277, Williston, VT. 05495 or you can register and pay online 

Tuition refunded, minus $25 processing fee, if request is received in writing 14 days prior to program.

Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit.
Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD The current term of approval extends from 6-1-2017 to 5-31-2020
Provider ID# 217591

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