Hands-on Implant Placement Cadaver Course
Peter Shatz, DDS, FICD, FICOI
Dr. Shatz was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the Georgia Regents University in Augusta, Georgia, from 1996-2012. He has lectured nationally and internationally on topics of periodontics and dental implantology. He has numerous journal articles, textbook chapters, textbooks and has contributed extensively to the literature available on these topics.
Raymond van Gennip, DDS, MSD, FICOI, FDOCS
Dr. van Gennip holds dental degrees from both the University of Amsterdam,The Netherlands and Case Western Reserve University. He obtained his Masters in Periodontics in 1997 also from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He has extensive restorative and surgical experience in implantology, he is a graduate of the Pankey Institute. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and is also a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the European Federation of Periodontists and past Assistant Professor at Howard University. He maintains a private practice in Silver Spring, Maryland.
March 31 – April 1, 2017
Registration: 7:30 am
Course: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided
Location: Ritz Carlton, 801 Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21230
CE: 16 Participation Credits
Limited to 15 Participants
This course is a unique two-day lecture and hands-on cadaver experience. It offers the unique opportunity for each participant to learn head and neck anatomy pertinent for performing implant, oral and periodontal surgery. Each participant will learn the placement of root form dental implants in a unique step-by-step fashion, followed by seeing actual videos of these procedures. Each participant will then actually perform these procedures on freshly frozen cadavers under the direct supervision of the course instructors.
The objective of this course is to inform and assist each participant in achieving a higher level of clinical comfort with placement of dental implants, manipulation of surgical flaps, obtaining of tension free surgical closure and proper suture materials and the methods to use for each of these therapies.
This course includes the fundamental biomechanics & biology of bone as well as the rationale for the diagnosis, treatment planning and the clinical practice of placing root form dental implants. The course will also cover informed consent, pre and post surgical considerations, possible pathways for post surgical infection and management of post surgical complications.
- Head & neck anatomy
- Pathways of infection
- Pre-operative considerations for implant, periodontal and oral surgery
- Keys for successful implant therapy
- Biomechanics of jaw bone and its effect on implant therapy
- Progressive bone loading
- Current implant designs
- Implant protected occlusion
- Splinting- yeah or neah
- Cantilevers and dental implants
- Occlusal table design
- Implant consent forms
- Implant placement in healed extraction sites
- Extraction and immediate implant placement
- Post-operative guidelines
- Radiographic interpretation/identification of vital anatomic structures and possible sites for implant placement
- Clinical cases
- Demonstration of implant surgical kit
- Cadaver Lab
- Understand how to properly diagnose and treatment plan implant patients.
- Understand the biomechanics of alveolar bone and how they affect dental implant therapy.
- Understand the pre and post-operative considerations for implant.
- Understand when and why to use osteotomes during implant placement.
- Describe how to obtain tension free primary surgical flap closure
- Understand the suture materials and techniques for successful implant placement and implant uncovering.