This unique program is designed to provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of the All-on-4® treatment concepts, from patient selection to treatment planning, all the way through the delivery of the final prosthesis. Through lectures, case presentations, video demonstrations, interactive learning sessions and hands-on experiences, participants will be given the necessary knowledge and tools to offer the All-on-4® treatment concept to their patients. The program is given by a panel of Canada's most respected clinicians and speakers which have adopted and implemented with great success the All-on-4® treatment concept in their own practice.
A series of workshops (both on mannequins and human cadavers) are designed to help participants fully understand the All-on-4® treatment concept and to effectively apply the knowledge gained. Although the program offers participants the choice between surgical and prosthodontic tracks, interest clinicians can register for both educational tracks. As part of this course, participants are encouraged to treatment plan their own patients for an enhanced experience.
Course Objectives: - Understand diagnosis, patient selection and treatment planning of the completely edentulous patient - Understand the scientific basis for the All-on-4® treatment concept - Understand anatomical requirements and pre-surgical work-up - Apply sound surgical and prosthodontic protocols - Discuss complications and corrective strategies - Discuss follow-up and maintenance protocols
Target Audience This course is intended for experienced clinicians who want to expand their implant treatment options for treating the completely edentulous patient.
Module I Rehabilitation Concepts for the Completely Edentulous Patient Day 1 - Surgical Track (Didactic and Hands-on) - Friday, November 15, 2013 Dr. Lesley David This full-day course will address graftless solutions with a focus on the All-on-4TM treatment concept. A systematic approach and rationale for treating edentulous patients will be presented. Day 2 - Prosthodontic Track (Didactic and Hands-on) Saturday, November 16, 2013 Dr. John P. Zarb This full-day course will cover advanced concepts and treatment approach applicable to the All-on-4TM treatment concept. Module II Case Selection and Treatment Planning Day 1 - Participants' Case Reviews (Half-day / Web-based) - Friday, January 31, 2014 Drs. Lesley David and John P. Zarb This FROM HOME WEB-BASED treatment planning session will provide participants with the opportunity to discuss cases that they have identified as candidates for the All-on-4TM treatment concept. Session time will be 1 pm - 4 pm Eastern Time Day 2 - Treatment Planning (Full-day Workshop / Active Learning) - Saturday, February 1, 2014 Drs. Lesley David and John P. Zarb This active learning session will offer participants the opportunity to work in small groups to discuss treatment planning approaches using case documentations provided by the faculty. Module III Advance Treatment Options for the edentulous Arch Day 1 - Surgical Track (Full-day / Human Cadaver Workshop) - Friday, May 2, 2014 Dr. Reena Talwar This cadaver workshop will address the clinical skills required to achieve optimal placement of implants and abutments for success with the All-on-4TM treatment concept. Day 2 - Prosthodontic Track (Full-day / Prosthodontic Simulation Workshop) - Saturday, May 3, 2014 Dr. Romeo Paculanan This workshop will offer step-by-step instruction for the conversion of the patient's denture to a screw-retained immediate provisional prosthesis. Module IV Case Review and Troubleshooting Half-day - Web-based Group Discussion - Saturday, September 27, 2014 Drs. Lesley David and John P. Zarb Take advantage of the opportunity to review your ongoing and/or completed cases with the faculty. Review your cases, discuss challenges and share your experiences FROM HOME.
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