POSTPONED: Perio Surgery for the Modern Dental Practice- WEBINAR
A Complete Look at Diagnosing and Treating Periodontal Disease; From Surgical to Non-Surgical Solutions
July 17, 2020 - July 18, 2020
LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR: TSBDE considers "Live Active Webinar" equal to an "In Person" course. Full CE credit hours are awarded. This webinar is NOT pre-recorded. It is live and interactive with the presenter. Will not be held on campus.
This is NOT your basic old school approach to Periodontal Disease. We will focus on different ways to both treat and control periodontal disease from minimally invasive to full flap approaches. And you will learn some simplified methods for patient self care at home where they may actually be compliant! Come see why some 5 mm pockets should be treated and some should be maintained!
This hands-on course will clarify diagnosis and treatment planning to help general practitioners and Hygienists feel comfortable with different kinds of treatments, and the potential for success of these approaches, whether you choose to do some of it or refer it out. It will focus on also being able to diagnose contributory factors and offer suggestions for ongoing maintenance care and patient care at home.
Doctor and Hygienist Team Up
The first day, which is ideal for Hygienists, will cover Diagnosis and Treatment planning, plus a look at how a Minimally Invasive Antibacterial approach to treating Periodontal Disease will help you discover a new way to “Beat Up On Periodontal Disease”. Come together as a “Team” to learn about this exciting method.
The course includes multiple hands-on exercise on the second day for the Doctors, and many case illustrations, plus two video demonstrations of surgical technique. The full day workshop offers the opportunity to practice these procedures on pig jaws and anatomically correct models to do both osseous reduction as well as bone grafting.
The course is designed to increase diagnostic and treatment planning skills plus offer patients long term success with some options for simplified Oral Hygiene at home that might lead to better compliance.
Treatment choices – from non-surgical to surgical
Long term maintenance care
Minimally invasive antimicrobial methods
The role of occlusion in causing and controlling disease
Simplified self care for patients at home
To diagnose and treat osseous defects
Bone grafting – products and membranes
Flap and Osseous Surgery
Suturing on pig jaws
Bone grafting and suturing, with membranes, on a model
Check-in: 7:30 AM Program time: 8:00 AM
UT Health San Antonio, School of Dentistry
Dentist (Both Days): $1095.00
Hygienist (First Day): $450.00
Big Texas Deal-Hygienist Save 15%, You must register by Monday, June 15, 2020: $382.50
You will receive an email with a link to the course on the week of event. Check the email address you provided us when creating your UT Health CDE account. Also, check your email’s junk/trash folder.
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