The Esthetic Zone:
Restorative and Surgical Guidelines for Ideal Outcomes
This program addresses the critical treatment plan considerations for implant placement, 2nd stage uncovery techniques, abutment selection and final restorative materials. The presentation develops a predictable protocol to maximize esthetics thru case presentations both simple and complex.
Attendees: Dentists, Specialists, Technicians and Staff (2 hrs.)
Laser-Welded Superstructure Technology:
Treatment Planning the Edentulous Maxilla and Mandible with Implants
This program discusses treatment planning the edentulous maxilla and mandible with implant removable overdentures. Topics addressed are research-based decision making, implant placement, superstructure design, laser-welded technology techniques, attachments, and implant occlusal concepts. This presentation was derived from the article that Dr. Jackson had published in the Journal of Oral Implantology, Vol. 31, No. 6, 2005; titled “The Use of Laser-Welded Titanium Framework Technology Case: A Report for the Totally Edentulous Patient.”
International Journal of Clinical Implant Dentistry. 2009/1(2); 11-22.The Utilization of Laser-Welded Titanium Technology: A Clinical and Laboratory Report for the Edentulous Patient.
Attendees: General dentists, Specialists, Laboratory personnel and Staff (2 hrs.)
Occlusal Consideration and Clinical Applications For Endosseous Implants
This program is designed to address the unique issue of implant occlusal principles and how it differs from natural teeth. Understanding implant occlusal concepts will assist the practioner with the treatment planning and therefore increase long-term success. Specific topics addressed are progressive loading, cantilevers, treatment planning with regards to bone quality and special occlusal sequences unique to implant prosthetics. This presentation was derived from Dr. Jackson’s published article in the Journal of Oral Implantology, Vol. 29, No. 5, 2003; titled “Occlusal Principles and Clinical Applications for the Endosseous Implant.”
Attendees: General dentists, Specialists, Laboratory Technicians and Staff (2 hrs.)
“The Sinus Lift”
This program deals with the utilization of different sinus lift techniques based on bone quantity to maximize success rates in the posterior maxilla. The course will address conventional sinus augmentation, (lateral window approach) and the osteotome technique (Summers), the restorative aspect, treatment plans and treatment times associated with this unique area of the mouth. Case presentations will support the surgical management and restorative concepts to enhance long-term success.
Attendees: General Dentist, Specialists, and Assistants (3 hrs.)
Orthodontic Considerations and Implant Dentistry
“The Congenital Missing Tooth”
This program will discuss the common clinical occurrence of the congenitally missing lateral incisor and mandibular first premolar. Surgical and prosthetic treatment times, coordination with the orthodontist to minimize transitional periods, ideal spacing and way to create space and abutment options will be addressed thru extensive case presentation. This presentation is ideal for the restorative dentist since all other options are considered compromises. Jackson BJ, Slavin MR. Journal of Oral Implantology, Treatment of Congenitally Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors: An Interdisciplinary Approach.
2013, Vol. 39/2
Attendees: General Dentists, Specialists, Assistants, Hygienists (1 ½ hrs)
*This program aligns well with The Esthetic Zone: Restorative and Surgical Guidelines for Ideal Outcomes.
The 1-Piece Small Diameter Implant
The 1-piece 3.0 small diameter implant (Zimmer) had become a useful implant alternative for minimal bony dimensions. This presentation focuses on the incorporation of the 3.0 1-piece implant into your practice with emphasis on the maxillary lateral incisor and mandibular incisor area. Also, a posterior indication is presented for utilization of this 1-piece implant. The surgical and prosthetic protocols are discussed via multiple case presentations. The program is designed for surgeons and restorative dentists. Journal of Oral Implantology, 2011, XXXVII (special issue); 156-164. Small Diameter Implants: Specific Indications and Considerations for the Posterior Mandible: A Case report.
Attendees: General dentists, Specialists and staff. (2 hrs.)
Immediate Implant Placement: Indications, Protocols, Risks and Limitations
Immediate Implant placement have demonstrated similar survival rates when compared to other approaches. Moreover, immediate placement has exhibited less facial bone loss and gingival recession. Most important to the patient is the elimination of a removable prosthesis during the integrative period. This presentation is designed to discuss the indications as well as the surgical and prosthetic protocols for immediate implant placement. Risks, limitations and potential complications will be illustrated in order for the clinician to develop a thought provoking treatment plan.
Jackson BJ. Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization: A Case Report. NYSAGD. 2017 Fall (12):12-16
Fixed Detachable Prosthesis
“The Full Arch Solution”
As the program ages worldwide, individuals with hopeless teeth or who are completely edentulous will increase. The fixed detachable prosthesis is a predictable implant approach to manage this group of patients. Scientific research has demonstrated high success rates over the long term. The program will address the science, areas of discussion, protocols and exhibit the clinical aspects through case reports.
After the participants complete the webinar they will:
- Understand the science that supports the fixed detachable prosthesis
- Comprehend the areas of discussion and how it relates to clinical protocols
- Learn the protocols for “all on X” to successfully perform the procedure
- Develop an understanding of patient management through case presentations
The Scope of Implant Dentistry
“A Clinical Perspective”
This presentation illustrates various prosthetic approaches that exist within the discipline of Implant dentistry. Partially and fully edentulous treatment planning is presented with fixed and removable prosthetic options. Cased based learning with didactic information strengthens the concepts.
This presentation is ideal for a referral based surgical practice to grow implant case development.
Thought Provoking Treatment Planning for The Edentulous Patient :
“The Implant Approach”
Research indicates a growing population of edentulous patients extending into the year 2020. Dental implants have become a predictable discipline of dentistry and improve the quality of life for thousands of patients. Implant dentistry modalities are a viable treatment approach to enhance mastication comfort, esthetics and confidence. Predictable outcomes are achieved with thought-provoking treatment plans including prosthetic designs based on bone quality and quantity, and biomechanics. The program will focus on evidence-based treatment planning to enhance long-term success while meeting patient expectations.
Mini Dental Implants: Treatments Planning and Proven Protocols for Long Term Success
Minimally invasive procedures in the field of healthcare including dentistry continue to evolve. Mini-dental implants parallel this trend with regards to surgical protocols and loading considerations. The success of mini implants relies on the understanding of current research, surgical and prosthetic protocols and biomechanical loading principles. Jackson BJ, Dentistry Today, Effective Dentures Stabilization in an Atrophic Mandible.Vol 31 No 2 130-133. Feb. 2012.
Dentistry Today. Small Diameter Implants: A Treatment Consideration for the Maxillary Edentulous Patient. November, 2013.
Journal of Oral Implantology. Fixed Partial Denture with Mini Dental Implants.
2014 Vol. XL/No. six
Attendees: General dentists, staff. (Half day or full day)
A Predictable Technique for Site Preservation
This program discusses the concept of site preservation and how it enhances implant placement, long-term success and esthetic outcomes. Topics addressed are research-based decision making, bone development processes and types of bone grafting materials. The presentation illustrates the step by step methodology in successful socket grafting. This presentation was derived from the article that Dr. Jackson co-authored in the Journal of Oral Implantology, Vol. 33, No. 6, 2007; Socket Grafting: A Predictable Technique for Site Preservation.
Attendees: General dentists, Specialists and Staff (2 hrs.)
Marketing and Long-Term Treatment Planning for the Implant Practice
This program is designed to elevate the practices’ awareness of implant dentistry and how to implement it into everyday practice. The program outlines the keys for a successful implant practice including building an implant team, site preservation principles, recognizing the potential implant patient and developing an organized evaluation and consultation protocol. This program is essential for practitioner that the wants to treatment plan more implant cases on a consistent basis. This program was presented at the 61st Annual Meeting – AAID: Washington D.C. 2012.
Attendees: General Dentists, Specialists, and the entire dental team (1 ½ hrs.)
Basic Endosseous Surgery
This program is designed to thoroughly explain basic surgical principles for the placement of endosseous implants. The presentation will explain bone biology, types of bone, “step by step” surgical protocol, pre-post operative medications and anatomy. The participant will gain knowledge needed prior to contemplating the incorporation of implant surgery into a practice.
Attendees: Dentist, Specialists, and Assistants (3 hrs.)
Fixed Implant Prosthetics:
“A Cookbook for Stress Free Implant Dentistry”
This program is designed to educate the dentist on step by step techniques to restore the fixed implant case. Topics include single tooth, small span bridges and complete arch rehabilitation. The presentation is enforced with numerous case presentations which can be applied to all implant systems.
Attendees: General dentist (beginner/experienced with implants), Specialists, Laboratory Technicians, and Staff (3hrs. half day)