ABOI/ID 211 E. Chicago Avenue Suite 750-B Chicago, IL 60611 312.335.8793 www.aboi.org ABOI/ID ImpLAntOLOgy UpDAtE AnD COmprEhEnSIvE BOArD rEvIEw COUrSE February 5-6, 2016 CHICAGO COUrSE SpEAkErS Barry K. Bartee, DDS, MD | Lubbock, TX • past president and Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry • Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry • Co-Founder of Osteogenics Biomedical, Inc. • private practice with special emphasis on implants and complex reconstructive surgery John Russo, DDS, MHS | Sarasota, FL • Clinical Assistant professor, medical University of South Carolina, Division of periodontics • Course Director, russo Seminars Bone and Soft tissue hands-On Cadaver Course Whether you plan to take the ABOI/ID Board • president-Elect of the Southern Academy of periodontology • private practice, periodontist examination or simply want to update your implantology knowledge, twO-DAy Natalie Y. Wong, DDS | Toronto, Ontario this • past president and Diplomate of the American Board of program is for you . . . Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry • Fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry • Diplomate, American Board of prosthodontics • private practice, prosthodontics and implant dentistry Nicholas Caplanis, DMD, MS | Mission Viejo, CA • past president and honored Fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry • Diplomate, American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry • Diplomate, American Board of periodontology • private practice limited to periodontics and dental implant surgery SynOpSIS this course is intended to be a comprehensive review of selected subject matter related to the assessment, treatment planning, surgical management, prosthodontic restoration, and maintenance of dental implants. the information in this course may prove helpful in preparing for the incorporation of dental implantology into a clinician’s practice activities. It should be noted that a two day review course is not intended to substitute for in-depth training in the discipline of oral implantology. the content of this program may prove to be helpful as an adjunct in preparation for written and oral examinations where a clinical and theoretical knowledge base in oral implantology is necessary. Completing this course of study in no way guarantees that the attendee will be successful in challenging any dental board certification examination. prOgrAm LEArnIng OBJECtIvES At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to: • Assess common patient data collection to help in developing a treatment plan that will address the patient’s needs and desires • Develop a comprehensive understanding of how a patients medical history and medications can play a significant role in case outcomes (positive and negative) • Determine which prosthetic treatment plans will produce a positive long-term prognosis for the patient. • Understand anatomical factors that can hinder a case surgically and how to remedy those types of cases effectively • predict which hard and soft tissue grafting techniques will produce an optimal outcome • Evaluate and develop criteria to determine how best to treat an ailing or failing implant • Compare and contrast different ideologies from dental implantology experts Disclaimer: this course is neither mandatory nor recommended as the official guide by the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry (ABOI/ID) and thus should not be construed as an official guide in the preparation for any certifying board examination. SChEDULE Friday, February 5, 2016 mODULE 1 8am – 12pm Barry K. Bartee, DDS, MD • Overview of the examination process • Assessment and workup of the implant patient • treatment planning with emphasis on the esthetic zone • Biology of bone, wound healing and bone augmentation mODULE 2 1pm – 5pm John Russo, DDS, MHS • Dental implant surgical planning • Site development, soft and hard tissue augmentation • Dental implant placement Saturday, February 6, 2016 mODULE 3 8am – 12pm Natalie Y. Wong, DDS • planning the dental implant restoration • Implant prosthodontics • Laboratory procedures and biomaterials mODULE 4 1pm – 5pm Nicholas Caplanis, DMD, MS • maintenance of the dental implant restoration • Dental implant complications • revision of the completed case Tuition payment may be made by check, visa or masterCard at the time of registration. you will receive an email confirmation when your payment and registration have been accepted. please retain a copy of the confirmation for your records. no-Onsite registrations will be accepted $1,895 | Includes the following: REGISTRATION FORM IF pAyIng By ChECk SEnD ChECk, pAyABLE In US DOLLArS, AnD thIS FOrm tO: IF pAyIng By CrEDIt CArD mAIL Or FAx rEgIStrAtIOn FOrm wIth CrEDIt CArD InFOrmAtIOn tO: [make check payable to ABOI/ID] American Board of Oral Implantology Lockbox, Delaware place Bank 190 East Delaware place Chicago, IL 60611 ABOI/ID 211 E. Chicago Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 or Fax to 312-335-9045 • Continental breakfast • Lunch • Afternoon refreshments If you have any questions regarding this program or registering for the program, please call the ABOI/ID headquarters at 312.335.8793 FIrSt nAmE LASt nAmE DEgrEE Space is limited, so register early! Traveling to Chicago Chicago has two airports conveniently located to downtown Chicago, O’hare and midway. travel distance to each of these airports from the ADA Building is about 45 minutes one way. ADDrESS CIty StAtE ZIp CODE COUntry Course Location American Dental Association Building 2nd Floor 211 E. Chicago Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 Refund Policy Cancellations must be received in writing no later than January 15, 2016 in order to receive a full refund. phOnE nUmBEr FAx EmAIL ADDrESS o Check here if you require special accommodations. Credit card information: After January 15, 2016, a 50% cancellation fee will be assessed. nAmE On CrEDIt CArD Continuing Education Hours CrEDIt CArD # this program has been approved for ADA CErp credit for a total of 16 continuing dental education hours ExpIrAtIOn DAtE o visa o masterCard SECUrIty CODE Other information Course participants will not be allowed to record or videotape any portion of this program. If you require special accommodations, please contact the ABOI/ID headquarters a minimum of two weeks before the program takes place so your needs can be met. BILLIng ZIp CODE FOr CArD o Enclosed is my check for tuition. Cost: $1,895. CO-SpOnSOrED By California provider #3685 ! The American Academy of Implant Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance p of credit hours by y boards of dentistry. y ! ! ! Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry of AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from June 1, 2015 to May 31, 2017. Provider ID# 214696 The American Academy of Implant Dentistry designates this activity for 5 continuing education credits. ! ! ! !