Sioux City Dental Society 2017/2018 Courses Announced

The 2017/2018 course schedule is being released today. Be sure to download the schedule form found HERE.  All courses begin at 8am, registration with refreshments begins at 7:30am at the Marina Inn.  Take advantage of high quality affordable continuing education for the entire dental team.

October 13th, 2017  

  • Dr. Tim Bizga-      Bottom Line Boosters: How Crown, Bridge, and Composite “know- how’s “can Change your Practice.

November 10th, 2017 

  • Dr. Tom Dudney- Be Aware of Wear: A Systematic Approach to Diagnosing, Treating, Planning, and Restoring warn dentition. Also: What’s a Dentist to Do? Diagnosis, Treatment options, and Rehabilitation of Difficult and Unusual Cases.

January 12th, 2018  

  • Dr. Scott Ganz-

February 9th, 2018 

  • Dr. Bob Bosack-   Medical Assessment and Common Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

March 9th, 2018    

  • Dr. Jack Shirley-   Implants in the Aesthetic Zone

     

    Learning Objectives

     

    1. Definition and purpose of a position paper
    2. Records, how and why
    3. Surgical guides
    4. Provisionals
    5. Shaping tissue
    6. Lab Communication

    Implants are becoming more and more a part of our everyday treatment planning for our patients. When dentists first started doing implants, we we re just glad if we got good osseointegration. Now, we just putting a tooth back in an edentulous spot is not the standard of car. Implant restorations now need to look like they grew there and they need to function like real teeth.

    It is my belief that implant treatment planning should be prosthetically driven. Implant success is dependent upon a good team effort: the prosthetic dentist, the surgeon, and the lab technician.

    This lecture will cover:

    1. Building your team through position papers – the key is communication
    2. How to communicate with the surgeon about where you need the implants placed
    3. Tricks for making provisionals
    4. How to shape tissue and grow papilla
    5. How to communicate with your lab technician

 

INFECTION CONTROL TO BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE

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