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Implant Overdentures: Diagnosis, Implant Positions and Execution

  • Thursday October 20, 2022
  • 05:30 pm – 08:00 am
  • 4880 N. President George Bush Hwy.

    Garland, TX 75040

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Texas Dental Study Club!
  1. Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from 10/15/2018 to 10/14/2022. Provider ID# 356913

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Implant Overdentures: Diagnosis, Implant Positions and Execution

Speaker: Dr. Michael Scherer This course begins by discussing diagnosis and treatment planning full-arch restorations for implant overdenture patients. Proper restorative procedures related to overdentures will be presented and augmented by hands-on practice with liner removal and placement, locator attachment, and making impressions for lab fabrication. Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to: • Identify overdenture candidates. • Understand the protocol for indirect and chair-side pick up, as well working with the lab. Program supported by Zest Dental Solutions CE: 2 Reservations required.  Please email info@txdentalstudyclub.com for information.

Success Begins and Ends with Amazing Patient Connections

Speakers: Katherine Eitel Belt, CSP, Geri Michele Gottlieb and Kay Huff A visit always starts with a connection, whether the patient is new or existing. That experience needs to be received as warm, caring and welcoming. One way to accomplish this is by building your schedule with less stress. Seek quality over quantity, and make your patients raving fans. Knowing your numbers allows you to grow together as a team, learn how to improve, and celebrate success when you hit your target. Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to: • Maximize connection through the patient experience. • Understand how to schedule in a way that allows time for patient connection. • Clarify what needs to be measured to ensure a great patient experience and profitability. CE: 2 Reservations required.  Please email info@txdentalstudyclub.com for information.

The No-Barriers Life

Speaker: Mr. Erik Weihenmayer Through Erik Weihenmayer’s groundbreaking adventures around the world, he has explored and defined what it means to live a no barriers life, describing it as a map we build to navigate and pursue a life that matters. Central to this journey is a mindset to continually challenge ourselves to grow and evolve—to climb while others camp. Mr Weihenmayer describes the key components for shattering barriers and pioneering possibilities, which start with a powerful vision to guide us and reach into the darkness. By relentlessly innovating new systems and approaches along the way, we pioneer our way to solutions. As a blind adventurer who has climbed Mount Everest and kayaked the Grand Canyon, Mr Weihenmayer understands better than most that barriers are real, not merely perceived, and that obstacles encountered can either stop us in our tracks or be harnessed to propel ourselves to new places we would never otherwise experience. Mr Weihenmayer calls this alchemy, the process of turning lead into gold. “With an alchemist,” he says, “you can throw them in the midst of a fierce competitive environment, strip away their resources, throw roadblocks in front of them, and they’ll still find a way to win— not despite adversity, but because of it.” This journey cannot happen alone. By building a great rope team that shares our vision we become stronger. The gifts we earn along our journey represent our personal summits, but it is only when we share these gifts that we elevate our communities as well as ourselves. Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to: • Understand how to harness the power of adversity as fuel. • Recognize the importance of building a strong team. • Develop a no barriers mindset. CE: 1.5 Reservations required.  Please email info@txdentalstudyclub.com for information.

Save or Extract

Collaborative Debate.  Speakers: Dr. Wael Garine, Dr. Silvia, Dr. Todd Schoenbaum and Dr. Hooman Zarrinkelk Throughout your lifetime, some of the most difficult choices you will ever have to make are in deciding whether to let go or to hold on a little longer. As clinicians, we are not immune. Save or extract is undoubtedly a daily dilemma, and while we strive to make clear-cut choices, it is hard not to second guess ourselves in the decision making process. A thorough understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of each treatment option will aid in making better decisions. Side 1: Over the last two decades, dentistry has seen an increase in tooth removal and replacement with implant supported prosthesis. This trend is largely attributable to better predictability of dental implants and the patients’ demand for quick results and immediate gratification. Side 2: The decision to remove otherwise reasonable teeth is technical as well as philosophical. As clinicians, we are ultimately facilitators of patients’ desires, tasked with treating their current dental condition to help them achieve their desired outcome. Most patients simply want an esthetically pleasing smile as quickly as possible. Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to: • Recognize the clinical indications and benefits of maintaining the natural dentition. • Understand the potential long-term effects of transitioning patients from natural dentition to dental implants. CE: 2 Reservations required.  Please email info@txdentalstudyclub.com for information.

For registration information please contact Charlotte Hopper
info@txdentalstudyclub.com 469-209-6982 x 3