Seminar Schedule

A COMPREHENSIVE IMPLANT SYPOSIUM WITH EMPHASISING ON THE ESTHETIC ZONE

April 18, 2012 – Predictable Esthetic Implant Treatment Symposium

The flier for the “Predictable Esthetic Implant Treatment Symposium” can be downloaded at this link.

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Toledo Periodontics and Straumann are proud to offer a comprehensive program for beginners as well as experienced clinicians. The program will cover all of your needs to establish an excellent implant protocol for your daily practice. This intensive training program provides clinical and technical education on the essential aspect of restorative implant dentistry, a brief description of the program will include the following:

1. March 3, 2010 – Integrating Dental Implants Into Your Everyday Practice with Bill Kukucka, 6:00PM-8:300PM

2. March 31, 2010 – The Surgical Management of Dental Implants with Dr. Tohme, 6:00PM-8:300PM

3. April 23, 2010 –

Doctor Track: Implants: Restorative Decision Making and Treatment Planning with Dr. Dean Morton, a Full Day Lecture 8:30 AM- 3:00 PM.

Staff Track: Benefits of Dental Implants and the Role of the Dental Office Staff with Corrine Woodworth

4.May 5, 2010 – Restorative Dentistry with CADCAM Technology with Joel Kuhlman in association with Dental Ceramics Laboratory, 6:00PM-8:300PM.

5.May 26, 2010 – Hands-on training: Convenient Prosthetic Options to Restore Dental Implants with Terri Kleps, 6:00PM-8:300PM

Information

Location: Hilton Garden Inn, 6165 Levis Commons Boulevard, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551 phone: 419-873-0700.

Time:

6:00 pm – 6:30 pm Registration

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Program

Type: Lecture and Hands On

Tuition: $195 for the all 5 sessions including the hygiene lecture or $95 for Dr. Morton’s lecture only. Please make checks payable to Toledo Periodontics.

CDE credit 14.0 hours

RSVP: Please register by Wednesday, February 10, 2010.

Please contact Carole at Toledo Periodontics for registration and further information at 5937 Renaissance Place, Toledo, OH 43623, phone: 419-882-1807.

For further information and a detailed brochure: Please click here for a complete brochure

Program Objectives and Information

Upon completion of this program, the participant will have an understanding of: Restorative components as related to implant dentistry Case presentation, selection and acceptance, business management for implants, insurance coding and profit management

Surgical preparation and management including advanced techniques, utilizing the advanced technology in bone grafting

Treatment planning, abutment selections and restorative components

Lab interactions including the advanced computer aided software, scanning, surgical guides, CAT scanning focusing on the esthetic zone

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Program Descriptions

March 3, 2010 – Integrating Dental Implants Into Your Everyday Practice with Bill Kukucka

This program will provide an overview of the appropriate indications and prosthetic applications for dental implant patients. A wide variety of restorative options will be presented from the fully edentulous patient to those missing single or multiple teeth.

March 31, 2010 – The Surgical Management of Dental Implants with Dr. Ziad Tohme

Dental implants can greatly enhance our treatment options for the partially and fully edentulous patient and are widely accepted as the standard of care. This program will discuss advanced technology in bone grafting and provide an overview of the benefits of dental implants from a patient and a clinical practice perspective.

April 23, 2010 – Full Day Lecture (8:30am – 3:00pm)

Doctor Track: Implants: Restorative Decision Making and Treatment Planning with Dr. Dean Morton

Evidence-based success has resulted in increasing utilization of dental implants in the treatment of edentulism. Through patient treatment, this presentation will concentrate on a team approach to assessment, diagnosis and planning.

Staff Track: Benefits of Dental Implants and the Role of the Dental Office Staff with Corrine Woodworth Corrine will discuss how to keep your staff informed on various aspects of implant therapy. She will describe techniques that can be used to present the benefits of implant therapy to patients. This lecture will also present patient selection criteria, treatment sequencing, fee structures, the maintenance phase, ideal hygiene, and recall protocols.

May 5, 2010 – Restorative Dentistry with CADCAM Technology with Joel Kuhlman in Association with Dental Ceramics Dental Lab

This program will review recent advances in CADCAM technology in relation to restorative dentistry. Participants will learn the differences between various metals used for copings and abutments, and how each may be beneficial depending upon a particular patient’s case.

May 26, 2010 – Convenient Prosthetic Options to Restore Dental Implants with Terri Kleps

This hands-on training session will demonstrate the advantages of Straumann® tissue-level and bone-level restorative platforms for providing clinicians an easy transition into implant dentistry. Participants of this program will understand how to assimilate restorations supported by dental implants into their practice with predictability and confidence.

Dr. Dean Morton is a Professor in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences, Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, and Assistant Dean for Multidisciplinary Implant and Esthetic Dentistry. Dr. Morton is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and a Fellow or member of the American College of Prosthodontists, International College of Dentists, and the International Team for Implantology (ITI).

He is also a consultant for the ADA Commission on Dental Accreditation, and is a reviewer for several scientific publications including the Journal of Periodontology and the Journal of Prosthodontics. Dr. Morton has authored or co-authored more than 40 scientific articles and lectures extensively on implants and esthetic dentistry. He maintains a practice limited to Implant and Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry.

Corrine Woodworth is a practicing RDH in specialty office, and an auxiliary member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. She graduated from Lakeland Community College in 1984. Corrine served as president of the Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association for two terms and in other various capacities on a national level.

Continuing Education

Toledo Periodontics is committed to following the latest and most advanced scientific research pertaining to the periodontium.  We are pleased to share this information in the continuing education process with our referring dental offices.  This shared dedication to learning reflects on dental treatment outcomes that best serve our mutual patients.dsc01266

2008-2009 Seminar Schedule


10/28/2009 Maumee Chop House, Toledo, Ohio “Periodontal Tissue Engineering” speakers: Dr. Ziad Tohme and Bill Kukucka

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009, 6:00-6:30Pm Registration

6:30-9:00PM, Program, 2.5 CE hours

09/30/2009 Dolce Vita Italian, Monroe, Michigan “Periodontal Tissue Engineering” speakers: Dr. Ziad Tohme and Bill Kukucka

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009, 6:00-6:30Pm Registration

6:30-9:00PM, Program, 2.5 CE hours

5/27/2009 Toledo, Ohio  “Restorative Dentistry with CADCAM technology” speakers:  Terri Kleps and Joel Kuhlman 5/20/2008 Defiance, Ohio “Introducing Confidence at Bone Level”   Speaker:  Bill Kukucka

10/22/2008 Toledo, Ohio  “Simplicity and Predictability with Bone level implants and hands on”  speaker:  Terri Kleps

10/8/2008 Toledo, Ohio  “Simplicity and Predictability with Bone level implants and hands on”  speaker:  Terri Kleps

9/24/2008 Toledo, Ohio “Simplicity and Predictability with Dental Implants”    Speaker:  Dr. James Soltys

5/21/2008 Sylvania, Ohio “Introducing Confidence at Bone Level”    Speaker:  Bill Kukucka

For continuing education that is more customized to your office needs in an intimate setting, please view our “Lunch and Learn” link under the “For Our Referring Dentists” tab.  Choose a topic of interest to your office and contact us.  We will be happy to arrange a Lunch and Learn session at your earliest convenience.

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