Osseointegration Study Club of Southern California
Scientific Program 2018
“What do you want to know?, What do we need to know?
Osseointegration Study Club of Southern California 2018 Meeting Dates:
Friday, June 8, 2018
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
14400 Hindry Avenue, Hawthorne, CA 90250
Reservations/Phone: (310) 536-0400
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Dentsply Sirona U.S.A.
Sweden & Martina
Zest Dental Solutions
MIS Dental Implants
Dowell Dental Products
Wiley Publishing Co.
What Do We Know? What Do We Need To Know? What Have We Forgotten?
An Update On Where We Have Been, Where We Are Today, And Where We Area Going!
Current Concepts of Implant Dentistry are Changing for Dentists and Technicians
Point/Counter Point Discussions
How occlusion plays a Role in Success With and Without Dental Implants
The basics of the digital work flows from a surgical and restorative Views
What is NEW? It all begins with Diagnosis and Treatment Planning;
Digital Technology – What Works and What causes Problems?
Prosthodontic and Surgical principles one needs to know before computer guided Implant Surgery.
What do we need to know? New Innovations in Old and New Implant Systems
Friday, June 8, 2018
7:30 – 8:00 AM REGISTRATION – CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM Robert Faulkner, DDS, The Ohio Center for Osseointegration & UCLA
Back to the Future or Back to the Basics?!?
Today, the practice of dentistry is faced with the concepts (and challenges) of digital technology and the many alterations in our workflow. Although this technology provides many benefits, it also challenges our traditional concepts. This presentation will address these challenges and the conflicts that continually arise between analog and digital dentistry and how we implement these techniques in our everyday practice.
9:50 AM – 10:00 AM Discussion
10:00 AM – 11:00AM Refreshment Break
11:00 PM – 12:50 PM Emilio I. Arguello, DDS, Denver, Colorado & Harvard University
From Single Implant to Full Arch Solutions
With an emphasis on the use of different biomaterials in order to obtain maximum aesthetic results in addition to discussing how new implant designs can impact the biologic behavior of out Implant treatment. Innovative modalities and digital work flows requires that the dental technician and the clinician must be aware of advancing technologies and the ability to communicate the blending the principles of anatomy and materials to enhance the long –term benefits for patients.
12:50 PM – 1:00 PM Discussion
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM LUNCH
2:00 – 3:20 PM Robert F. Faulkner, DDS, The Ohio Center for Osseointegration & UCLA Faculty
Technology Provides Benefits, BUT, It Challenges Our Traditional Concepts.
This presentation will address these challenges and the conflicts that continually arise between analog and digital dentistry and how we implement these techniques in our everyday practice in the transformation of patients with the potential of long term-success. The experienced dental technician must be included in the understanding of the benefits and challenges of the new digital workflows as the computer begins to aid in the guiding of surgical oprocedures.
3:20 PM– 3:30 PM Discussion
3:30 PM – 4:50 PM Emilio I. Arguello, DDS, Denver, Colorado & Harvard University
A Soft and Hard Tissue Management Towards a Long-Term Stability
The technical challenges from surgery to prosthetics in single, multiple and full arch rehabilitation for optimal function and esthetics correlate directly with clinician’s knowledge and capabilities. Pre and post-prosthetic cutting-edge surgical approaches and techniques and their application in single and full arch implant therapy will be discussed.
4:50 PM – 5:00 PM Discussion
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