GLOBAL DENTAL SHOP SPONSORED AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF IMPLANT DENTISTRY (AIID) 2017 COURSES

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The American Institute of Implant Dentistry (AIID) is a non-profit institution headquartered in Washington, DC. AIID is dedicated to providing educational resources in the field of implant dentistry to dental professionals in the United States and around the world.

For the past 18 years it has been the mission of AIID to offer cutting-edge topics in implant dentistry by collaborating with some of the most respected opinion leaders and manufacturers. The American Institute of Implant Dentistry is committed to providing the best educational platform, as recognized by ADA CERP and AGD PACE. The institute’s state-of-the-art training facility has been recognized by many clinicians and manufacturers as one of the most versatile training infrastructures in the country. Participants will receive personalized attention from all of our faculty members to make sure their educational expectations are met and their training is optimized.

September

ORAL SURGERY FOR GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

September 1 – 08:30 a.m to 04:00 p.m
American Institute of Implant Dentistry
1426 21 ST NW 2nd floor Washington DC 20037 United States
Continuing Education Credits: 6

This course is designed for General Practitioners who wish to improve their knowledge of or perform more minor oral surgeries. This all-day lecture course enables general practitioners to expand their oral surgery knowledge and better understand and manage complications and dento-alveolar surgical procedures.

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BASIC PERIODONTAL SURGERY FOR GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

September 15 – 08:30 a.m to 04:00 p.m
American Institute of Implant Dentistry
1426 21 ST NW 2nd floor Washington DC 20037 United States

This all day program is designed for dentists who are interested in learning how to perform simple periodontal surgeries. A general dentist can perform many common everyday periodontal procedures if they attain a “comfort level” about the subject matter. This hands-on course will cover basic periodontal surgery, crown lengthening, and suturing techniques. This course is designed for general dentists who are looking to learn or upgrade existing skills in basic periodontal surgery.

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NOVEMBER

3D PRINTING SOLUTIONS FOR THE ORAL SURGEON: SURGICAL GUIDES AND BEYOND

November 15 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
American Institute of Implant Dentistry
1426 21 ST NW 2nd floor Washington DC 20037 United States
Continuing Education Credits: 6

Oral maxillofacial surgeons were early adopters of cone-beam CBCT technology into their offices for wisdom teeth, dental implants, and jaw surgery. With the addition of intraoral or optical scanning of the dentition, it is now possible to use 3D printing for surgical guides for dental implants and jaw surgeries.

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UTILIZING ULTRASONIC TECHNOLOGY FOR IMPLANT SITE PREPARATION

November 17 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
American Institute of Implant Dentistry
1426 21 ST NW 2nd floor Washington DC 20037 United States
Continuing Education Credits: 6

Modern technology has changed the dynamic of today’s dental practice. Procedures such as implant site enhancement have traditionally been referred to specialists because of the higher associated risk and the difficulty of technique involved. With the introduction of piezo surgery technology, clinicians can now perform those same procedures with an increased margin of safety and even greater surgical precision. Piezo surgery technology enables clinicians to selectively cut only hard tissue. 

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DECEMBER

AN IMPLANT SURGEON’S COMPLETE GUIDE: HOW TO IMPLEMENT DIGITAL WORKFLOW IN YOUR PRACTICE 

December 09 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
American Institute of Implant Dentistry
1426 21 ST NW 2nd floor Washington DC 20037 United States
Continuing Education Credits: 6

Incorporation of a well coordinated surgical and restorative digital workflow can lead to increased predictability, efficiency, and profitability in dental implant therapy. Transitioning from an analog implant practice to a digital platform is progressing rapidly. The application of digital technologies into an implant practice will result in new surgical and restorative treatment modalities. This program will focus on everything that a clinician who runs a serious implant practice needs to know.

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