1-day Hands-On Model Workshop

Full Arch Solutions:
Diagnosis to Final Restoration

Presented by
Dr. Ernest S. Orphanos, DDS, MS

1-day Hands-On Model Workshop

Full Arch Solutions: Diagnosis to Final Restoration

Presented by

October 14th, 2022

Hyatt Place Boca Raton
100 E. Palmetto Park Rd.
Boca Raton, FL, 33432

October 14th, 2022

Hyatt Place Boca Raton 100 E. Palmetto Park Rd. | Boca Raton, FL, 33432

Course Overview

This all – encompassing course offers a unique approach of utilizing the face as a diagnostic tool in determining the Anticipated Incisal Edge Position to predictably deliver ideal esthetics.
The course overview will entail a detailed step by step approach to achieving ideal restorations with long-term predictable esthetics.
The course will consist of the following segments: Diagnostic, Surgical, Provisionalization, Final Prosthesis & Complications.

Course Overview

This all – encompassing course offers a unique approach of utilizing the face as a diagnostic tool in determining the Anticipated Incisal Edge Position to predictably deliver ideal esthetics.
The course overview will entail a detailed step by step approach to achieving ideal restorations with long-term predictable esthetics.
The course will consist of the following segments: Diagnostic, Surgical, Provisionalization, Final Prosthesis & Complications.

Course Objectives

Course Objectives

  • Perform a facial analysis as the first diagnostic step in determining the Anticipating Incisal Edge Position (AIE)
  • Understanding facial proportion and its impact on esthetic restoration.
  • The impact of age and gender on lip length and mobility
  • Follow a six step surgical protocol for long term success
  • Incision design and understanding anticipated bone reduction
  • Implant placement for longevity
  • Soft tissue management / utilizing palatal tissue for success
  • Prosthetic guidelines to maximize esthetics and avoid prosthetic complications
  • Protocol for eliminating post-operative pain
  • Creating ideal esthetics with a provisional
  • Chairside loading and appropriate occlusal scheme
  • Minimizing chair time: 3 visits to a final acrylic restoration and 4 visits to a final Zirconia restoration
  • Delivering a product that exceeds expectations
  • Overview of common complications and how to address them
  • Perform a facial analysis as the first diagnostic step in determining the Anticipating Incisal Edge Position (AIE)
  • Understanding facial proportion and its impact on esthetic restoration.
  • The impact of age and gender on lip length and mobility
  • Follow a six step surgical protocol for long term success
  • Incision design and understanding anticipated bone reduction
  • Implant placement for longevity
  • Soft tissue management / utilizing palatal tissue for success
  • Prosthetic guidelines to maximize esthetics and avoid prosthetic complications
  • Protocol for eliminating post operative pain
  • Creating ideal esthetics with a provisional
  • Chairside loading and appropriate occlusal scheme
  • Minimizing chair time: 3 visits to a final acrylic restoration and 4 visits to a final Zirconia restoration
  • Delivering a product that exceeds expectations
  • Overview of common complications and how to address them
  • Zygoma, pterygoid, and tuff implant placement
  • Treatment options in cases of severe atrophic jaws
  • Rethinking oral rehabilitation of severe atrophic jaw
  • Overview of intra and extra maxillary techniques
  • Case selection and presentations
  • Head and neck anatomy
  • Hands-On fresh frozen cadaver surgery zygoma,
    pterygoid and nasalis, and tuff implant placement
  • Hands-On maxilla & mandibular model surgery
  • Two participants per cadaver

Dr. Orphanos is a Board Certified periodontist. He became a periodontist at the young age of 27. He attended Dental School at SUNY Stony Brook and then pursued his specialty training at Tufts University in Boston.

He is an educator and lecturer in the field of dentistry and maintains 2 study clubs. The purpose of the study clubs is to maintain a high level of dental education and educate the local referring dentists. His study clubs often discuss the specific areas of implants, LANAP laser surgery, and microscopic endodontics as well as educate members of his study club on the management of complex dental cases.

Education – Undergraduate: Fordham University / Dental School: SUNY Stony Brook / Specialty Training: Tufts University

What do you get after completing the course

What do you get after completing the course

7 CE Credits Provided

Official Noris Medical Certificate

Professional materials

7 CE Credits Provided

Official Certificate

Professional materials

For More Information About the Course

A representative will reach out to you by email and/or phone within 24 to 48 business hours.

For More Information About the Course

A representative will reach out to you by email and/or phone within 24 to 48 business hours.