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Comprehensive, Hands-On,

Dental Implant Placement

Education

3-Part Series Continuum


UNDERSTAND, PLACE, RESTORE, AND IMPLEMENT DENTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT.

Our goal at Restorative Driven Implants is to provide a comprehensive educational experience that focuses on the best end-result for the patient. Incorporating the most-up-to-date research-based knowledge and clinical training, we will equip participants with the skills and tools they need for successful implant placement and seating the final restoration.

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Online Modules Continued Education Mentorship Live Surgery A-Z Training

DATES FALL 2019 SERIES

(3-parts)

Series 1: September 13-14, 2019
Series 2: September 27-28, 2019
Series 3: October 25-27, 2019



DATES SPRING 2020 SERIES

(3-parts)

Series 1: January 31- February 1, 2020
Series 2: March 6-7, 2020
Series 3: April 3-5, 2020

DATES FALL 2020 SERIES

(3-parts)

Series 1: August 28- 29, 2020
Series 2: September 25-26, 2020
Series 3: October 23-25, 2020


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In this 2-day lecture and hands-on course, we will discuss the following: In this 2-day series we will discuss the following:

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Online Module (module to be completed prior to attending in-person lecture & hands-on activities):

· History of dental implants
· What makes a good implant?
· Medical concerns for case selection
· Pharmacology
· How to take a good CT scan
· What is needed to make a surgical guide

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· Case for immediate implant placement
· Case selection and immediate planning
· Review of extraction technique
· Placement protocol and graft containment

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· Dental concerns for case selection
· Principles of guided vs. conventional surgery
· Parts & pieces of implant dentistry
· Bone healing - what is normal?
· Understanding surgical protocols
· Concept of healed ridge implant placement
· Infection control & asepsis
· Extractions – not your everyday
· Socket preservation
· Incision and flap design
· Suturing techniques
· Material selection, sutures, membrane types, grafts
· Graft containment
· Bone healing dynamics
· Maintaining vs obtaining soft and hard tissue
· How to use ISQ technology with healed ridge implant placement

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· Extraction technique recap
· Implant placements for denture patients (how many do you place and when)
· Introduction to complex implant treatment planning/full arch
· Evaluating socket type
· Principles of graft containment
· Implant selection based on socket anatomy
· CT guided surgery vs conventional for immediate implant placement
· Understand when to immediate load implants and when to not
· How to use ISQ technology for immediates
· Implant restorations (Screw retained versus cement retained)
· Open and closed impression techniques
· Abutment selection and design
· Immediate previsualization
· Chair side custom tissue formers versus lab fabricated custom formers
· Crown and bridge material selection
· Customized impression coping
· Principles of overdenture treatment planning
· Implant restorations for the edentulous patient and vertical requirements

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· Implant placement into mandibular bone models both free handed and using CT guides
· Apply suturing techniques on chicken breast and simulated tissue

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· Hands-on training using pig jaws (extractions, grafting, suturing and socket preservation)
· Hands-on model demonstration (open and closed tray impressions techniques, temporary abutment and crown fabrication, abutment selection and placement process, etc.)

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· Preoperative workup using CBCT for each patient
· Live, clinical implant surgery on multiple patients over 2 days
· Mentored over the shoulder implant training with Dr. Mullins, Dr. Bublik, Dr. Rogers and Dr. Hehli
· Each participant will place implants on multiple patients
· At least one edentulous arch of implants will be placed for an implant retained denture
· Small student-to-mentor ratio
· Preselected implant patients to ensure success
· State-of-the-art facility and instrumentation with CBCT on site
· Post-operative recaps of implant placements after each day
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· What you need to do different as a dentist in your practice on Monday morning
· What your team needs to hear and believe
· A recipe for case acceptance…the secret sauce
· What codes do I use for implant procedures
· The insurance excuse and patient financing
· Marketing and internal referrals
· How to enjoy the journey

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Includes 2 ½ days of staff training. Presenter: Megan Ridenour

Each doctor can bring two members of their practice to attend the staff component in series 3. Staff component classes will be on May 11 – 13, 2018 and November 9-11, 2018.

In the first two days, we will cover:
· Hands on with implants parts & pieces
· Operatory set up and aseptic technique
· 4-handed implant dentistry
· Sterilization of instruments & surgical trays
· Organizing inventory
· Understanding parts & pieces of implants
· Informed consent
· Post-op instructions


The staff will join the doctors on the 3rd day of the seminar for the Implementation lecture.


YOUR MENTORS

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Dr. Wes Mullins

Dr. Jan Bublik

Dr. Jon Rogers
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Dr. Todd Hehli

Bob Slominski Brad Slominski

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Restorative Driven Implants Continuum Launch

COURSE INTERVIEWS


LOCATION

Fall 2019 - Series 1 and 2 Location:

Des Moines, IA

Spring 2020 - Series 1 and 2 Location:

Minneapolis, MN

Fall 2020 - Series 1 and 2 Location:

Chicago, IL



Series 3 (All Dates) Location:

Peter Christensen Dental Clinic
128 Old Abe Road
Lac Du Flambeau, WI 54538



COURSE FEE SERIES 1-3

$12,995


INTERESTED IN ONLY SERIES 1 OR 2?

Attendees can audit Series 1 or 2 for $2400/ series Participants cannot audit Series 3 as a standalone course.

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FAQ

CAN I AUDIT THE SURGICAL PORTION OF THE SERIES (SERIES 3)?

Attendees are required to attend series 1 & 2 before they can attend series 3.

DO YOU OFFER PAYMENT PLANS?

Contact Restorative Driven Implants at 715.660.0439 to discuss payment options.

IS THERE A DISCOUNT IF I REGISTER EARLY?

Attendees can save $500 if they register for the SPRING session by January 15th.

ARE MEALS AND LODGING INCLUDED?

Continental breakfast and lunch are included. Supper is not included. All attendees will be responsible for their own lodging and transportation. Contact RDI at 715.660.0439 for lodging and transportation options.


CAN I BRING STAFF MEMBERS WITH ME TO THE SERIES?

Two staff members can attend series 3 (the last dates in the Spring & Fall program). This is a 2 ½ day lecture and hands-on course taught by Megan Ridenour. Staff members can only attend series 3.



WHAT HAPPENS IF I CANCEL AT THE LAST MINUTE?

If something comes up and you just can’t make it, we will hold your spot for the Fall series. Simply, give us a call at 715.660.0439 or email us at [email protected]

If you are not able to attend the next RDI Series, there will be a $300 administrative fee for cancelling.


WILL YOU PROVIDE TRAVEL & HOTEL RECOMMENDATIONS?

Each attendee is responsible for their own lodging and transportation. Contact RDI at 715.207.6587 for lodging and transportation options.


WHAT CREDIT CARDS DO YOU ACCEPT?

We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.


DO YOU OFFER CE CREDITS?

Yes. CE credits will be given to attendees at each course.


DO I NEED TO COMPLETE THE ONLINE MODULES AS PART OF SERIES 1 & 2

Yes. In order to receive CE credits, you must complete the online modules and answer the questions in the quiz.
Attendees will receive access to the online modules via email two weeks prior to the start of the course.


WHY IS THIS VENUE IMPORTANT TO US?

Located near Minocqua, Wisconsin, RDI provides a perfect balance of education and recreation for attendees and their families. Combining a state-of-the-art 36,000 square foot dental facility with several outdoor recreational activities to include boating, fishing, canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, etc. Minocqua offers a great experience for everyone!


IF I HAVE QUESTIONS DURING OR AFTER THE COURSE CAN I CONTACT THE MENTORS?

Our mission is to provide a comprehensive educational experience that focuses on the best end-result for the patient. Each attendee will receive access to a closed private Facebook page that allows you to ask and answer questions posted by the RDI attendees and mentors.


HOW MANY IMPLANTS WILL BE PLACED DURING THE SURGERIES?

Each attendee will have the opportunity to place on average 10 implants.


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