SDISC Spring Seminar 2020 – April 16th & 17th

SDISC Spring Seminar 2020
Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel

Managing Dental Implant Patients
Who Have Experienced Growth After Implant Placement

Presented by Dr. Ricardo Mitrani | April 16th & 17th, 2020 – Thursday 5:30pm & Friday AM

SDISC Fall Seminar 2019 – October 10th & 11th

SDISC Fall Seminar 2019

Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel.

Strategies for Combating Peri-implant Bacterial Biofilm Infections

Presented by Dr. Gregory Farthing  |  October 10th & 11th, 2019– Thursday 5:30pm & Friday AM

SDISC Spring Seminar 2019 – April 18 & 19

SAVE THE DATE Spring Seminar 2019

Save the Date!

SDISC Spring Seminar 2019

Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel and Conference Center

Contemporary Protocols for Aesthetic Zone Tooth
Replacement

Presented by Dr. Ryan Lewis DMD, MSD | April 18th & 19th – Thursday 5:30pm & Friday AM

Dear Colleagues,

You and your staff are cordially invited to the Spring Seminar of the Summit Dental Implant Study Club, April 18th, 2018 – Thursday 5:30pm at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center.

Learning objectives

  • The dental implant expectation bar is getting higher everyday.
  • Aesthetic Diagnosis
  • What motivates patients and why?
  • Digital workflows combined with DLP printing
  • Hands On Sessions Friday AM, April 19th 2019

In-office digital printers are now available for under $1000 making it possible to create surgical guides, night guards, and temporary protheses in you office at a fraction of the cost.

Dr. Lewis will demonstrate how practical, economical and efficient this process has become.

REGISTER ONLINE or complete the enclosed registration form(s) for you and your staff (include ALL names) and return it to my office by March 29th via mail or fax (303-753-8841). We look forward to seeing you and your staff there!

THE MEETING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 6 PM!
Please plan to arrive at 5:15 p.m. for dinner and to register for raffles gifts!
The lecture program will begin promptly at 6 pm.

You will receive 3 hours of CE for this meeting.
Attendees of the Hands-On will receive an additional 2 hours of CE

Remember: 15 hours of CE is required every year by the state.

SDISC Fall Seminar 2018 – September 27th & 28th

Save the Date!

SDISC Fall Seminar 2018

Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel and Conference Center

Making the Connection Between Theory and Clinical Practicality with Dental Implants

Presented by Dr. Brent Ludens DDS | September 27th & 28th – Thursday 5:30pm & Friday AM

Dear Colleagues,

You and your staff are cordially invited to the Spring Seminar of the Summit Dental Implant Study Club, April 5th, 2018 – Thursday 5:30pm at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center.

There is an abundance of information in the marketplace suggesting new and better materials and methods with dental implant prosthetics. Dr. Brent Ludens,
a prosthodontist practicing in Iowa, will present on “Making the Connection Between Theory and Clinical Practicality with Dental Implants.”
His presentation will tell us when and how these innovations should be
incorporated into our practices.

Our learning objectives are:
Dr. Ludens will describe the simplest ways to avoid dental implant dilemmas
Discuss the advantages of CAD-CAM dental implant crown and or
bridge fabrication
Understand the advantages of the angled screw channel and the
TorqTite screw
Peri-implantitis issues-using the pink aesthetic score as a clinical assessment tool

Dr. Gregory Farthing will also present on ‘Managing Restorative Materials in Conjunction with Soft Tissue Enhancement.’ Placement of restorative materials onto root surfaces in the aesthetic zone has a profoundly negative impact on aesthetics by making the teeth too long. Dr. Farthing will demonstrate Oral Plastic Surgery techniques to address inappropriately placed restorations and enhance aesthetic restorative treatment outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

Review the appropriate tooth/gingival proportions in the aesthetic zone
Review techniques to remove and redefine restorative margins for
aesthetic improvement
Dr. Farthing will also demonstrate how Oral Plastic Surgery can elevate
treatment outcomes with restorative aesthetic dentistry from good to Outstanding!!!

REGISTER ONLINE or complete the enclosed registration form(s) for you and your staff (include ALL names) and return it to my office by March 29th via mail or fax (303-753-8841). We look forward to seeing you and your staff there!

THE MEETING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 6 PM!
Please plan to arrive at 5:15 p.m. for dinner and to register for raffles gifts!
The lecture program will begin promptly at 6 pm.

You will receive 3 hours of CE for this meeting.
Attendees of the Hands-On will receive an additional 2 hours of CE

Remember: 15 hours of CE is required every year by the state.

SDISC Spring Seminar 2018 – April 5th & 6th

Save the Date!

SDISC Spring Seminar 2018

Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel and Conference Center

Making the Connection Between Theory and Clinical Practicality with Dental Implants

Presented by Dr. Brent Ludens DDS | April 5th & 6th – Thursday 5:30pm & Friday AM

Dear Collegues,

You and your staff are cordially invited to the Spring Seminar of the Summit Dental Implant Study Club, April 5th, 2018 – Thursday 5:30pm at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center.

There is an abundance of information in the market place suggesting new and better materials and methods with dental implant prosthetics. Dr. Brent Ludens,
a prosthodontist practicing in Iowa, will present on “Making the Connection Between Theory and Clinical Practicality with Dental Implants.”
His presentation will tell us when and how these innovations should be
incorporated into our practices.

Our learning objectives are:
Dr. Ludens will describe the simplest ways to avoid dental implant dilemmas
Discuss the advantages of CAD-CAM dental implant crown and or
bridge fabrication
Understand the advantages of the angled screw channel and the
TorqTite screw
Peri-implantitis issues-using the pink aesthetic score as a clinical assessment tool

Dr. Gregory Farthing will also present on ‘Managing Restorative Materials in Conjunction with Soft Tissue Enhancement.’ Placement of restorative materials onto root surfaces in the aesthetic zone has a profoundly negative impact on aesthetics by making the teeth too long. Dr. Farthing will demonstrate Oral Plastic Surgery techniques to address inappropriately placed restorations and enhance aesthetic restorative treatment outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

Review the appropriate tooth/gingival proportions in the aesthetic zone
Review techniques to remove and redefine restorative margins for
aesthetic improvement
Dr. Farthing will also demonstrate how Oral Plastic Surgery can elevate
treatment outcomes with restorative aesthetic dentistry from good to Outstanding!!!

REGISTER ONLINE or complete the enclosed registration form(s) for you and your staff (include ALL names) and return it to my office by March 29th via mail or fax (303-753-8841). We look forward to seeing you and your staff there!

THE MEETING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 6 PM!
Please plan to arrive at 5:15 p.m. for dinner and to register for raffles gifts!
The lecture program will begin promptly at 6 pm.

You will receive 3 hours of CE for this meeting.
Attendees of the Hands-On will receive an additional 2 hours of CE

Remember 15 hours of CE is required
every year by the state

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SDISC Fall Seminar 2017 – September 7th & 8th

Dear Colleagues:

You and your staff are cordially invited to the Fall Seminar of the Summit Dental Implant Study Club, September 7th, 2017- Thursday 5:15pm at the Hilton Denver Inverness.

The aesthetic expectations of patients are ever increasing and continually challenge our profession. Accordingly, we need to be prepared to manage additional hard and soft tissue considerations in order to achieve ideal prosthetic outcomes in the aesthetic zone.

Dr. Kinsel’s presentation “Restoring Dental Implants with Simplicity and Cofidence While Avoiding Complications” will address these issues.

Dr. Kinsel is an associate clinical professor in the department of preventive and restorative dental science at the University of California, San Francisco.

This course is designed for restorative dentists and their staff, along with their dental technicians, who wish to have greater predictability and success for implant supported restorations in the aesthetic zone.

Learning Objectives

  • What specific considerations must be addressed in the aesthetic zone?
  • How should provisional restorations be designed to modify and enhance gingival aesthetics?
  • Developing proper emergence profile begins and modifications of the working cast.
  • Team collaborative treatment planning- Who needs to be in the loop?
  • Avoiding dental implant complications- ‘the gifts that keep on giving.

Dr. Farthing will also be presenting on ‘Management and Treatment of Teeth with Ankylosis and Root Resorption.’ There is much discussion within our profession regarding when teeth with ankylosis and resorption should be removed. Dr. Farthing will discuss the clinical parameters which determine the appropriate timing of extraction and dental implant placement.

Learning Objectives

  • Briefly review the etiology of ankylosis and resorption.
  • What are the risks of waiting too long to take out a tooth with ankylosis/resorption in the esthetic area?
  • How can oral plastic surgery mitigate lost bone and attachment?

Please plan to arrive at 5:15pm for dinner and to register for raffle gifts!

The lecture program will begin promptly at 6pm.

You will receive 3 hours of CE for this meeting. Attendees of the Hands-On will receive an additional 2 hours of CE.

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Hands On Workshops

Friday September 8th- 8am & 10:30am

HANDS-ON SESSIONS (for Doctors only)

are scheduled Friday 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM- September 8th
at Hilton Denver Inverness

FRIDAY MORNING:

Please join us for the HANDS ON SESSIONS, where we will review and discuss solutions for the edentulous arch. This program will help you to identify the details as to which treatmetn solution is best for the patient. Throughout the program you will have a hands on opportunity to work with models and ‘the parts and pieces’ for the fixed hybrid prosthesis. Hands-on sessions are for doctors only and space is very limited. Please RSVP as soon as possible.

DON’T MISS THIS HANDS ON WORKSHOP
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8th, 2017
Space is VERY limited – REGISTER TODAY
by calling the office!

To register for the Hands-On meeting please call
Kayla at the office directly- 303.753.1717

Attendees of the Hands-On meeting will receive 2 additional hours of CE.

Summit Dental Implant Study Club 2017 – April 13th

Dear Colleagues:

You and your staff are cordially invited to the Spring Seminar of the Summit Dental Implant Study Club, April 13th, 2017- Thursday 5:30pm at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center.

Dental implant based therapy has become one of the cornerstones of dentistry today. There are a plethora of implant manufactures offering all types of dental implants and components.

Selecting the best implant and restorative solution for our patients is a key challenge.

Dr. Steve Hurson’s presentation “Evolutions in Implant Dentistry,” will provide the scientific information necessary to navigate these options in order to achieve long-term implant treatment success. He is uniquely qualified to present on this topic as he has spent his career in the research and development of new implant systems. Dr. Hurson personally holds eighteen patents in the field of dental implants and lectured around the world on this subject.

Our learning objectives are:

  • Discuss critical issues that determine stability of the implant/abutment connection and it’s impact on implant survival.
  • Provide information on the new implant systems currently available.
  • How does implant design influence biologic considerations and the development of
    Peri-implantitis?
  • Discuss Prosthetic Biomechanics

-How and why have materials evolved?
-What are the biomechanics of implant loading?
-What complications develop as a consequence of poor implant/prosthetic biomechanics and how can they be avoided?

REGISTER ONLINE or complete the enclosed registration form(s) for you and your staff (include ALL names) and return it to my office by March 15th via mail or fax (303-753-8841). We look forward to seeing you and your staff there!

Many have reported that Dr. Hurson’s presentation is THE BEST program on dental implant prosthetics they have EVER heard! DO NOT MISS THIS MEETING!!

THE MEETING WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 6 PM!
You will receive 3 hours of CE for this meeting.
Remember 15 hours of CE is required
every year by the state

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