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Dental Implant Mini Residency – Session #2

Dr. Brian Jackson

June 7June 9

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Proficiency Level:
Event Category:
Moderate
CE Credits: 60
Cost:
$7,100

Program Description

This program is designed to teach surgical protocols for endosseous implants in healed or immediate extraction sites, surgical principles for predictable guided bone regeneration using particulate and block grafts, treatment approaches from single to “All on X” fixed and detachable prosthesis and handling implant complications.

There will be Hands On exercises daily to reinforce procedures resulting in a consistent revenue stream in private practice. This is a highly practical curriculum focusing on methodical “recipes” for implant treatment, which participants can implement immediately in their practice.

Why take the Mini Residency in New York City?

Objectives:

  • To explain surgical protocols for site preservation, implant surgery, and guided bone regeneration for the reconstruction for single tooth to the full arch patient
  • To learn the step by step prosthetic protocols for the FP1, FP2, Overdenture, and “All on X” fixed detachable prosthesis
  • To introduce the clinician to the digital aspect of single tooth to full arch implant reconstruction
  • To address common shortfalls or complications and how best to manage them
  • Case presentations and “Hands On” exercises will be utilized throughout the Mini Residency to reinforce clinical protocols and procedures

This is session 2 of 3.

 

Session 1- NYC May 17–19th, 2024 (20 CE)

Site Preservation + Endosseous Surgery

  • Standard of care
  • Success/ Failure Criteria
  • Surgical principals protocols and techniques
  • Osseointegration
  • Bone classification
  • Stages of implant healing
  • Site preservation
  • Flap design and suturing techniques (Horizontal Mattress, Interrupted)
  • Anesthesia selection
  • Medical history- critical conditions
  • Extraction techniques
  • CBCT evaluation
  • Biologics
  • Hands on exercises: suturing techniques, socket preservation, Endosseous Surgery – Implant Placement in a healed site

Session 2- NYC June 7–9th, 2024 (20 CE)

Restorative implant dentistry, Guided Surgery and Immediate implant placement

  • Conventional / digital approach
  • Cement vs Screw retained restoration
  • Rationale and indications
  • Single vs Multiunit prosthesis
  • Open vs closed tray impressions
  • Fixture level vs abutment level
  • Immediate implant placement – in depth surgical protocols
  • Extraction for immediate implant placement
  • Loading protocols and provisionalization
  • Guided surgery – fully guided protocol
  • CBCT reading and treatment planning
  • Guide fabrication
  • Hands-on exercises- immediate implant placement and provisionalization, Guided Surgery

Session 3- NYC July 19–21st, 2024 (20 CE)

Implant overdentures and full arch approaches

  • Implant Overdentures- Advantages, limitations disadvantages
  • Treatment plans and surgical approach
  • Healed sites vs immediate placement
  • Prosthetic alternatives
  • Prosthetics step-by-step
  • Full Arch implant reconstruction
  • 4 foundations to success
  • Clinical evaluation and CBCT Imaging
  • Preparation and surgical approaches
  • Indication for Mandible and Maxilla
  • Prosthetic aspect and abutment selection
  • Materials – Zirconia PMMA
  • Complication management
  • Comprehensive treatment planning
  • Bone deficiencies
  • Management of infected sites
  • Surgical complications
  • Prosthetic complications
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Navigating potential implant complications
  • Critical thinking- risk assessment
  • Hands on – Full arch surgery, Full arch prosthesis (Overdenture, all on X)

*Notes: The course registration fee covers all 3 sessions.

Full course CEs available only upon attendance to all three courses.

Event Details

Jay Suites

15 W 38th Street
New York, NY 10018 United States
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Speaker Bio

Dr. Brian Jackson , DDS, Diplomate—ABOI/ID; Fellow— AAID; Past President—AAID

Dr. Brian J. Jackson graduated from Utica University with a B.S. degree in Biology, Cum Laude. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at SUNY/Buffalo, School of Dental Medicine. He then completed post-graduate training at St. Luke’s Memorial Hospital Center’s General Practice Residency Program and his formal training through the New York MaxiCourse in Oral Implantology at New York University, College of dentistry. Dr. Jackson is Board Certified and a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant dentistry (ABOI/ID), an Honored Fellow of the American Academy of Implant dentistry (AAID) and the President of the American Academy of Implant dentistry (AAID) from 2021-2022. The ABOI/ID Diplomate designation symbolizes the highest level of competence in implant dentistry.

Dr. Jackson has presented lectures at global conferences in Montreal, Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington, Boston, and New York City. Dr. Jackson lectured in Mumbai, India as part of the conference titled “Enriching Talent with Innovations” sponsored by the India International Dental Congress, New York University and the AAID. He is the director of the AAID Boston MaxiCourse in Oral Implantology and the founder of the East Coast Implant Institute (ECII). He has published several articles in peer reviewed journals on the topic of Oral Implantology and Implant Dentistry.