Bone Grafting for the General Dentist Webinar Bundle
Published by Oregon Academy Of General Dentistry and co-sponsored by Washington Academy Of General Dentistry
$149 for Registrant
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This is a three-part webinar course designed to support the general dentist working to expand their implant practice. The key to sustained implant procedure growth is educating the patients as to what is next. A patient will come to your practice with a need and you will take them through all the choices they have and let them decide what is best for them.
Course #1. A traumatic tooth removal and socket preservation.
Course #2. Implant basics and planning for success.
Course #3. Expanding your grafting techniques.
Each course is worth 1.0 Bone Grafting/GTR Surgery (318) Lecture credits (for a total of 3 credits when you've completed the full bundle).
Programs Included in this Bundle
Bone Grafting for the General Dentist Webinar #1 - A Traumatic Tooth Removal and Socket Preservation
In this course the participant will learn to choose cases for grafting, materials needed for the procedure, and available grafting materials (bone, membranes etc), best indications for each, and how to educate the patient about the importance of the procedure.
- Case choice for socket preservation
- Materials choice and its rational
- Billing Insurance
- Addressing patient objections
This seminar includes the following components:
Bone Grafting for the General Dentist Webinar #1 - Video
Bone Grafting for the General Dentist Webinar #3 - Expanding Your Grafting Techniques
The final course will outline a path to assuming more and more complex cases to at which you will be successful in your office. We will outline potential complications, periodontal grafting, platelet rich plasma, different membrane types, flap design and suture techniques.