Predictably Successful Periodontal, Oral Plastic and Implant Surgical Course

Overview

Module 1: Periodontal Mechanical Instrumentation and Surgery - 07 Jan 2020 - 09 Jan 2020 

A Hands-On Workshop Featuring Flap Designs and Suturing Techniques as well as Furcation Defect Management

This hands-on course is designed to help dentists incorporate periodontal therapy into their daily practices. In addition, the participants will be exposed to different suturing techniques, flap designs and periodontal surgical procedures. After completion of this three days continuing education course, the participant will be able:

  • Explain the causes, symptoms and biology of periodontal disease.
  • Know the goals of periodontal therapy and how to evaluate periodontal conditions.
  • Familiarise with periodontal instrumentations that includes hand and variety of ultrasonic instruments.
  • Understand current available Adjunctive Procedures (LASER assisted periodontal therapy, Photodynamic therapy).
  • Recognise the effect of antibiotic therapy as well as when to use locally delivered antibiotics.
  • Identify indications and contraindications for periodontal surgery.
  • Know how, when and why a periodontal surgery is needed.
  • Familiarise variety of periodontal surgical procedures and how to perform them.
  • Understand different flap designs and suturing techniques.
  • Know the variety surgical instruments and how to properly use them.
  • Know how to provide pre and post surgical instructions after surgery.
  • Learn how to properly manage infrabony and furcation defects.
  • Know when and how to perform guided tissue regeneration.
  • Understand the differents among all available bone grafts (auto, allo, xeno graft and alloplast) and barrier membranes.


Module 2: Oral Plastic Surgery - 29 Feb 2020 - 02 Mar 2020

A Hands-On Workshop Featuring Tunnel Soft Tissue Graft and Procurement of Connective Tissue Graft

This hands-on course is designed to help dentist incorporate both crown lengthening (aesthetic and functional) and soft tissue grafts (eg. free soft tissue graft, subepithelial connective tissue graft, acellular dermal matrix, guided tissue regeneration based root coverage...etc) into their daily practices. Techniques such as recently introduced tunnelling approach will be thoroughly discussed and demonstrated. In addition, the participants will be exposed to how to use soft tissue grafts to enhance implant aesthetics. After completion of this three-day continuing education course, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the principles of an aesthetic smile.
  • Know the goals of aesthetic and functional (restorative-oriented) crown lengthening.
  • Famaliarised how to perform surgical crown lengthening.
  • Know why, when, where and how to perform different soft tissue grafts (eg. free soft tissue graft, subepithelial connective tissue graft, acellular dermal matrix, guided tissue regeneration based root coverage...etc)
  • Learn how to use decision tree to make proper selection of different soft tissue grafting techniques.
  • Learn when to use envelope, cornally advanced flap or tunnel approach for sub epithelial CT graft or accellular dermal matrix graft.
  • Know the variety surgical instruments and how to properly use them.
  • Know how to perform tunnelling soft tissue graft and understand the differences between tunnel, semilunar, VISTA and apical tunnel techniques.
  • Learn to control factors that influence soft tissue grafts outcome.
  • Understand the differences among all available acellular dermal matrix grafts.


Module 3: Advances in Implant Surgery - 03 Jun 2020 - 06 Jun 2020 

A Hands-On Workshop Featuring Predictable and Successful Implant Surgery

This hands-on course is designed to help dentists understand the importance of implant therapy, therefore incorporate this new discipline into their daily practices. Participants will be familiarised with every aspects of implant treatment including: difference between natural teeth and dental implants, when to extract or save a tooth, bone volume and quality assessment, indications and contraindications, diagnosis, prognosis, medical contraindications, treatment planning including aesthetic surgical insertion, current advances in socket augmentation (eg. MBP and PTFE techniques), soft tissue management around dental implants, flawless implant surgery, horizontal and vertical bone augmentation, sinus lift, management of biological and biomechanics implant complications and implant maintenance. After completion of this four-day continuing education course, the participant will be able to:

  • Know how to incorporate implant therapy into their daily practice.
  • Recognise the advantages and limitations of implant therapy.
  • Know the goals of implant therapy and how to evaluate hard and soft tissue conditions to facilitate ideal implant placement.
  • Famaliarise implant instrumentation and materials.
  • Be famaliarise with the bone volume, bone quality, indications, contraindications, objectives and techniques for implant surgical and prosthetic procedures.
  • Learn step-by-step surgical sequence and clinical tips associated with implant placement.
  • Know the concept of ideal implant 3D position and aesthetic triangle.
  • Recognise the advantages and limitations associated with immediate implant placement, flapless implant surgery and immediate implant functional loading.
  • Be able to perform socket preservation.
  • Have the understanding of how to perform horizontal and vertical bone augmentation as well as sinus lift procedure either lateral window or crystal approach.
  • Learn how to avoid and manage implant biological/biomechanical complications.
  • Be familiar with soft tissue manipulation around dental implants.
  • Learn how to perform implant maintenance.


Module 4 Implant Prosthodontics and Planning - 07 Jul 2020 - 10 Jul 2020 

A Hands-On Workshop Featuring Prosthetic Treatment Planning, CBCT Planning, Surgical Guides Fabrication, Immediate Provisionalisation, Simple and Complex Prosthodontics and Implant Occlusion 

This hands-on course is designed to help dentists understand the importance of implant prosthodontics. Participants will be familiarised with every aspects of implant prosthetic treatment including: prosthetic implant treatment planning, CBCT planning, abutment selection, impression techniques, surgical guides fabrication, implant occlusion, prosthetic procedure step-by-step, CAD/CAM for implant therapy, implant prosthetic complications and management and immediate temporarisation. After completion of this four-day continuing education course, the participant will be able to:

  • Know how to incorporate implant prosthodontics.
  • Recognise the advantages and limitations of using CBCT for implant treatment and planning.
  • Be familiar with implant prosthetic procedures including abutment selection, impression techniques and prosthesis designs.
  • Learn step-by-step prosthetic sequence and clinical tips associated with implant prosthodontics.
  • Know the goals of surgical guides and how to fabricate them.
  • Familiarise with the types of implant occlusions and when to use what.
  • Recognise the advantages and limitations associated with temporarisation. 

Providers Terms

Cancellation Policy:

The organizer reserves the right to cancel, postpone or change the venue, date and time of the course should unforeseen circumstances occur. In the event the course is unable to proceed and the organizer cancels the course for any reason whatsoever, fees paid for the course shall be fully refunded. The organizer shall not be liable for any direct, or indirect, consequential or special damages that may be incurred due to such cancellation, including, but not limited to, airfare, hotel expenses, cancellation penalties and any other private expenses. 


Should the participant cancel his/her registration/participation in the course or is unable to attend the course due to any unforeseen circumstances, the following shall apply subject to the participant’s notification of such cancellation to the organizer in writing:

  • If notification of cancellation is given more than 6 months prior to the start of the course, 
  • fees paid for the course shall be fully refunded, subject to a deduction of SGD100 for
  • administration and bank charges.
  • If notification of cancellation is given 4 - 6 months prior to the start of the course, 75% of
  • fees paid for the course shall be refunded.
  • If notification of cancellation is given 2 – 4 months prior to the start of the course, 50% of
  • fees paid for the course shall be refunded.
  • If notification of cancellation is given 1 - 2 months prior to the start of the course, 25% of
  • fees paid for the course shall be refunded.
  • If notification of cancellation is given less than 1 month prior to the start of the course,
  • there shall be no refund of any fees/money paid for the course.


The organiser reserves the right to amend or substitute any of the above from time to time as they deem fit.

Tickets:
Module 1 / Module 2 (Per Module) - Early Bird$3,480Closed
Module 3 / Module 4 (Per Module) - Early Bird$4,594Closed
Course Fee (4 Modules) - Early Bird$15,315Closed

Tickets:

Module 1 / Module 2 (Per Module) - Early BirdClosedModule 3 / Module 4 (Per Module) - Early BirdClosedCourse Fee (4 Modules) - Early BirdClosed
Contact Hours:

98.0 hrs

When:

Tue, 07 January 2020

Start Time:

9:00 AM

Duration:

3 - 4 Days per Module (4 Modules)

Format:

Lecture and Hands-on

Language:

English

Venue:

Center of Excellence for Advanced Dentistry (CEAD)

Address:
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Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur,
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Ancora Imparo
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Speaker(s):
Thumb hom lay wang

Prof. Hom Lay Wang

Ranked as the #1 in the world on the subject of peri-implantitis based upon “Expertscape” website

Prof. Hom Lay Wang , DDS, MSD, PhD, Professor and Director of Graduate Periodontics at the University of Michigan. He published one textbook, more than 30 book chapters/invited reviews and more than 500 scientific articles. Prof. Wang currently serves as a member of Scientific Oversight Committee, Annual meeting Task Force and Continuing Education Oversight Committee for the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), and is a Board of Director for the AO. He serves as an Associate Editor for The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, Periodontology, Oral Surgery, Esthetic & Implant Dentistry Organization, eJournal of Oral & Maxillofacial Research, and Founding Editorial board member for Clinical Advances in Periodontics, Editorial Board member for the Journal of Periodontology, Clinical Oral Implants Research, International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, Journal of Clinical Periodontology, Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry and many others. Prof. Wang is the recipient of the following awards/honors: AADS clinical research fellowship award (1992), University of Michigan Outstanding Service Award (2001), Best Faculty Award (2003), The Charles E. English Annual Award in Clinical Science and Techniques (2004), Best papers in Journal of Oral Implantology (2004) and Implant Dentistry (2004), Morton L. Perel Annual Award for Dental Implant Educator (2007), AAP University of Michigan Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring in Periodontics (2010), AAP special citation award (2013), ITI Andre Schroeder Research Prize (2014), AO Osseointegration Foundation Clinical Research Recipient (2016), AAP Outstanding Educator Award (2017), AAP Distinguished Scientist Award (2017) and ADEA William J. Gies Annual Periodontology Award (2018). Prof. Wang has given more than 600 lectures at different professional and scientific congresses/courses and universities both in the United States and throughout the world. He recently was ranked as the #1 in the world on the subject of peri-implantitis based upon “Expertscape” website. 


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