This intense, interactive course, powered by focused hands-on training and video demonstrations aims at clinicians wishing to upgrade their skills in the application of periodontal regenerative surgery around teeth and implants. The course consists of an integrated approach designed to build and extend the skills of the practicing dentist in the area of contemporary periodontal regenerative surgery, microsurgery and minimally invasive surgery.
We have entered the “post amalgam” / “post full crown” era. This course will present the foundations of this evolution based on scientific evidence and clinical experience. To enable you to achieve restorations with natural properties, such as mechanical strength, function and esthetics, is the goal of this course.
This four-day hands on course in endodontics is a must for those practitioners who wish to take their endodontic understanding and technique to the highest level. This program is designed for the general practitioners who have decided to incorporate endodontics into their treatment offering.
This course will be an interactive hands-on experience for all practitioners wishing to upgrade their skills in autogenous bone grafting procedures and management of soft tissue covering all aspects from simple to complex treatment.
This intense hands-on and live patient course follows the concepts of Bob Lamb in minimally-invasive implant surgery. Achieving optimal esthetics in atraumatic implant placement is the imperative for success. Therefore, certain biological principles need to be understood and different techniques need to be applied to obtain excellent results.
This course is a unique hands-on opportunity to upgrade your skills in anterior bonded restorations. Esthetics and function are equal concerns in restorations. However, the excessive strength of conventional prosthetic crowns can transfer tremendous stress to the roots and can result in root fractures. Therefore, the modulation of strength should be considered to avoid catastrophic failures.
This interactive hands-on course is featuring all aspects of direct composite in the smile frame. | Free-hand bonding – the primary treatment option for anterior teeth: full indication overview | Perfect understanding of anatomy, shading concept and optical properties of a modern composite system | Conservative, biological, and esthetic clinical protocols for all indications of direct free-hand bonding
This highly personalized course will provide the most comprehensive summary and updates in implant dentistry. Great emphasis will be placed on esthetic outcomes along with the biological approach to treatment. The interplay between the surgical and restorative aspects of implants will be emphasized throughout the course.
Given the increasing prevalence of dental erosion and its consequences, this unique hands-on course is for general practitioners and prosthodontists who are interested in achieving proficiency in state-of-the-art ultraconservative indirect techniques for the eroded dentition.
This two-day course is an introduction to modern occlusion concepts and true comprehensive interdisciplinary dentistry. It will be an eye-opening experience to understand the complexity of the masticatory organ and the role and responsibility which it imposes it on the dentist.
This intense course is featuring the optimal procedures for an implant placement and hard and soft tissue enhancement in the aesthetic area. Course participants will be presented with a decision tree for choosing the most predictable treatment option based on anatomy and biology and will receive extensive training on all techniques during the hands-on portion of the course.
This course is a unique hands-on opportunity to improve your skills in morphology and histo-anatomy of the anterior dentition. Although bonded ceramics seem to represent the ultimate biologic, functional, mechanical and esthetic restoration for compromised anterior teeth, the number of ultraconservative treatment strategies continues to grow.
Whether you own or are contemplating purchasing a dental microscope, this intense hands-on course will immediately impact your practice. You will return to your practice prepared to successfully integrate the microscope into your esthetic restorative dentistry, efficiently and effectively.
This course is primarily a technique course introducing the procedures to make implants and implant restorations more esthetic, more predictable, simpler, and more efficient. Another important element of this course is the presentation of a minimally invasive surgical concept, which is virtually painless for the patient.
Module A: Initial TherapyModule B: Orthodontics related to Function, Occlusion and the Craniomandibular SystemModule C: Orthopedics, Osteopathy and OcclusionModule D: Prosthetics and Complex Interdisciplinary CasesModule E: Esthetics and Function