Dental Implant Treatment Planning Update: What Does the Practice Team Need to Know?

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Dr. Thomas Salinas
Date: Friday, September 9, 2022
Location:

UNMC College of Dentistry

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Live Online (Zoom)

Instructor: Dr. Thomas J. Salinas
Credits: 3 CE hours
Registration: REGISTER ONLINE
Check-in: 12:45pm
Class Time: 1:00pm - 4:15pm
Classification: Dental, Auxiliary
Fees:

Alumni Dentist: $125

Alumni Hygienist: $65

Dentist: $149

Auxiliary/Hygienist: $75

Speaker Biography:

Thomas Salinas is Professor and Chair of Dental Specialties at the Mayo Clinic, where his time is dedicated to rehabilitation of patients with complex care needs.  A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, he received prosthodontic training at Louisiana State University Health Science Center and maxillofacial prosthetic fellowship from MD Anderson Cancer Center. He served as program director for Advanced Prosthodontics Education. He has authored over 90 publications related to prosthodontics and interdisciplinary care.  His research interests are biomaterial behavior and clinical outcome studies.

No relevant financial relationships exist.


Dental Implant Treatment Planning Update: What Does the Practice Team Need to Know?

Course Description:

The general dental practice is frequented by patients desiring tooth replacement and requires the best practices of imaging, diagnosis and prosthetic planning. Fundamental workflows of acquiring diagnostic information and planning treatment sequencing will be outlined in this 3-hour length discussion. Intended for the entire treatment team.

As a continuation of the treatment planning discussion, this lecture hallmarks the practice’s role in implant site preparation, clinical procedures for single or multiple tooth replacement. Specifically, acquiring accurate impressions, trial provisional restorations, laboratory quality control and insertion procedural tips for efficiency creates a seamless experience for the patient. Additional discussion for maintenance and anticipating complications will support the team’s approach in managing these patients long term.


Learning Objectives:

After this lecture, the participant will understand:


Method of teaching: Lecture/discussion


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The College is a member of the American Dental Education Association and the Association for Continuing Dental Education.

The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education designates this activity for 3 continuing education credits.