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2-Day Tutorial and Hands-On Model Workshop

Extra-Maxillary Zygomatic Implants Restoring Atrophic Maxilla

Presented by: Implant Team Seminars and Noris Medical

Speakers: Dr. Dennis Smiler, DDS & Dr. Dan Rosen, DDS

November 21st-22nd, 2020

Beverly Hills Dental Laboratory, CA

Course Description

2-Day Tutorial and Hands-On Model Workshop presenting Zygomatic, Pterygoid and Nasalis Surgical and Prosthetic Protocols for Rehabilitation of Atrophic Maxilla using Noris Implants.

The course is intended for clinicians with experience in dental implantology and gives the opportunity to practice innovative approaches to zygomatic and pterygoid surgery.

Course Objectives

Head and neck anatomy, CT-scan interpretation, and treatment planning

Head and neck anatomy, CT-scan interpretation, and treatment planning

Treatment options for severe atrophic jaws

Treatment options for severe atrophic jaws

Rethinking oral rehabilitation of the severe atrophic maxilla

Rethinking oral rehabilitation of the severe atrophic maxilla

Introduction of Noris Medical extra maxillary technique

Introduction of Noris Medical extra maxillary technique

Hands-On model surgery (zygomatic, pterygoid and nasalis implants)

  • Free hand implant placement
  • Guided implant placement

Hands-On model surgery (zygomatic, pterygoid and nasalis implants)

  • Free hand implant placement
  • Guided implant placement

Conversion and fitting of the immediate and final prosthesis

Conversion and fitting of the immediate and final prosthesis

Principles of All-On-4 prosthetic reconstruction

Principles of All-On-4 prosthetic reconstruction

Conversion and fitting of the immediate and final prosthesis

Conversion and fitting of the immediate and final prosthesis

Billing Medicare for implant procedure reimbursement

Billing Medicare for implant procedure reimbursement

Speakers

Dennis Smiler
DDS

Dr. Dennis G. Smiler is a Fellow in the: International Congress of Oral Implantology, American Society of Osseointegration, and American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons; and is an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Dr. Smiler graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dentistry in 1964. He attended Boston University, Graduate School of Dentistry, earning a Masters of Science degree in 1968.
Following an oral surgery internship and residency at Roosevelt Hospital, New York, he returned to California in 1969, establishing his oral surgery practice.
Dr. Smiler has published numerous articles in dental professional literature and contributed to periodicals and text books. He lectures extensively and participates in symposiums both domestically and internationally at universities, academy meetings and implant conferences. He maintains a private practice in Encino, California.

Dan Rosen
DDS

Dr. Dan Rosen is an international lecturer and educator on subjects related  to implant dentistry and prosthetic rehabilitation of implant-supported restorations.  

He is a graduate of medical school in Bologna, Italy and received Doctor of Dental Surgery from Tel Aviv University, Israel. He is a fellow and diplomate of  the International Congress of Oral lmplantology and member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. 

Dr. Rosen maintains a private practice in Los Angeles, California and mentors dentists in surgery and treatment related to implants. In addition to English, Dr. Rosen speaks Spanish, Italian, Hebrew and Farsi.   

Course program

Saturday
nov. 21

Presentations​

• Anatomy of the severe atrophic maxilla
• Why Noris Zygomatic & Pterygoid Implants
• CT-scan interpretation and digital planning for Zygomatic implant positioning
• Surgical protocol placing zygomatic and pterygoid implants
• Steriolithic model preparation of surgical guide

Workshop

• Hands-On model workshop - Incision, flap, retraction, place implants
• Using Zygo Guide to avoid orbital complications

sunday
NOV. 22

Presentations​

• Review of selected cases
• Rehabilitation of atrophic jaws
• All-on-4 cases and implant supported restorations
• Noris prosthetic components
• Laboratory procedures and technique for conversion
• Billing Medicare for implant procedure reimbursement

WORKSHOP

• Hands-On model – guided placement of zygomatic implants
• Hands-On practice for denture conversion
• Seat prepared denture
• Place nasalis implants (Tuff)

Breakfast, refreshments, and lunch are provided

What do you get after completing the course

First model for freehand zygoma and pterygoid implants

Second model with guided surgery

Denture conversion over the 2nd model

What do you get after completing the course

Official Noris Medical Certificate

Professional materials

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