Once registration is submitted, participants will receive an email containing a link to the event. This link will only be active at the event start time. Only the first 100 people can be accommodated into the live stream.
Why do we need a dedicated dental implant screw channel barrier?
The management of implant screw channels is important to minimize bacterial colonization, increase efficiency of workflow and maintain future retrievability of restorations. Traditionally, dentists have used off-the-shelf solutions like cotton pellets, gutta percha and silicone impression materials. More recently, industrial pipe thread tape (aka plumber’s tape) has become the most popular material used as a barrier. All these materials can be problematic for various reasons. This discussion will introduce a novel medical grade barrier material with optimized properties for the screw channel that will enhance your workflow and eliminate safety concerns.
- Understand the limitations of traditional barrier materials, including plumber’s tape.
- Understand the concerns regarding industrial products used in medical/ dental applications.
- Learn about the advantages of using a dedicated and optimized screw channel barrier.
Who Should Attend:Dentists Restoring Implants
Jim Janakievski, DDS, MSD
Jim Janakievski received his D.D.S. from the University of Toronto, which was followed by a general practice residency. After several years in general practice, he completed his post-graduate training at the University of Washington, where he received a certificate in Periodontology with a M.S.D. degree and a fellowship in Prosthodontics. He began his academic position at the University of Washington as assistant director of Graduate Periodontics and is currently an affiliate assistant professor.
State-Of-The-Art Learning Facility in Houston, TX
2023 Live Upcoming Courses
Drs. Ramos, Scheyer, Evans, and Alfi will discuss their experiences with digital interdisciplinary workflows utilizing Digital Smile Design (DSD) to guide the practitioners during a collaborative treatment planning process between all of the disciplines in dentistry.
This interactive seminar will cover all aspects of an immediate implant placement and immediate loading protocol on a full arch restoration. It will have a live procedure performed by the speakers and hands on exercise on models. This seminar is focus on describing surgical and prosthetic factors involve on the treatment planning and execution of complex implant rehabilitation cases (FP1, FP2 and FP3). It will describe surgical landmarks in the maxilla and techniques for the placement of 4-6 dental implants. It will follow with a live case where 6 implants will be placed and immediately restored for a complete explanation of the surgical and prosthetic techniques. A digital workflow will be utilized from planning, surgical execution and prosthetic fabrication. The latest technologies as Photogrammetry, 3D printing and IOS will be demonstrated.
A requirement for maintaining a level 1 or level 2 anesthesia permit is to remain current in the controlling statutory anesthesia rule and requirements. Additionally, permit holders must periodically refresh and update their anesthesia and emergency preparedness knowledge for safe office anesthesia practice.