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GDIA

Next Level Implant Course

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COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Date: 2/12/2022 | 9AM ~ 6PM (EST)
  • Tuition: Non Member $1,000 | GDIA Member $750
  • Location: YM Dental Lab (14100 Park Meadow Dr #100, Chantilly, VA 20151)
  • Course Type: Lecture & Hands-on
  • CE: 8 CEUs
  • Instructor(s): Dr. Tae Sung John Ku
  • Course Overview: The purpose of this course is to introduce the clinical benefits of using concentrated growth factors (CGF) to enhance healing and maturation of both hard and soft tissue. This presentation will examine how bone grafting procedures benefit from the incorporation of CGF. The various bone grafting procedures include socket preservation, ridge augmentation, as well as sinus augmentation procedures. We will introduce the use of the “Sticky Bone” and evaluate the ease of clinical use and effectiveness.
  • Course Objectives:
    • Demonstrate the preparation of the Sticky Bone and CGF/PRF
    • Demonstrate grafting techniques incorporating concentrated growth factors
    • Hands-On exercise on pig jaws to practice flap designs, flap management, GBR techniques and suturing
  • Date: 3/5/2022 | 9AM ~ 6PM (EST)
  • Tuition: Non Member $1,000 | GDIA Member $750
  • Location: YM Dental Lab (14100 Park Meadow Dr #100, Chantilly, VA 20151)
  • Course Type: Lecture & Hands-on
  • CE: 8 CEUs
  • Instructor(s): Dr. Tae Sung John Ku & Dr. Jin Y. Kim
  • Course Objectives:
    • Understand applied anatomy and physiology of the maxillary sinus
    • Understand case selection criteria for sinus augmentation procedure(s)
    • Be familiar with step-by-step techniques for lateral window and crestal sinus approaches
    • Understand the variations in the techniques available, including the “hybrid” Lateral and Internal Sinus Access (LISA) technique
    • Gain insights of the simultaneous vs staged placement, and loading protocols
    • Be able to recognize and manage peri- and post-operative complications
  • Date: 5/21/2022 | 9AM ~ 6PM (EST)
  • Tuition: Non Member $1,000 | GDIA Member $750
  • Location: YM Dental Lab (14100 Park Meadow Dr #100, Chantilly, VA 20151)
  • Course Type: Lecture & Hands-on
  • CE: 8 CEUs
  • Instructor(s): Dr. Tae Sung John Ku & Dr. Andrew Hamilton
  • Course Overview: This course will enable dental implant clinicians to better understand foundational concepts in restorative implant prosthetics. Engaging topics and information relating to both analog and digital workflows will be presented including everything from single restorations through the full arch restorative process. Participants should leave with a greater knowledge of how to effectively restore dental implants in all situations with multiple options of workflow.
  • Course Objectives:
    • Foundational implant occlusion key points enabling clinicians to avoid common complications
    • Cosmetic and biomechanical considerations with single tooth and multiple teeth restorations.
    • Effective temporization and soft tissue management for proper function and beauty.
    • Navigating the endless options for material selection and how to use materials effectively.
    • Overcoming improper implant placement through effective surgeon, restorative dentist and lab communication.
    • Foundational full arch restorative workflow.
    • The digital vs analog lab communication; when, why and how?
  • Date: 6/25/2022 | 9AM ~ 6PM (EST)
  • Tuition: Non Member $1,000 | GDIA Member $750
  • Location: YM Dental Lab (14100 Park Meadow Dr #100, Chantilly, VA 20151)
  • Course Type: Lecture & Hands-on
  • CE: 8 CEUs
  • Instructor(s): Dr. Tae Sung John Ku & Dr. Jill Park
  • Course Overview: This course will cover everything you need to know in order to broaden your skills in the art and science of the single anterior esthetic implant case. Creating an ideal esthetic outcome with a harmony of pink and white in the anterior zone cannot be mastered in a day. However, this course will summarize the practical protocols and approaches for anterior implant case and heavily focus on hands on for immediate implant placement, fabrication of immediate provisional and simultaneous connective tissue grafting through tunneling technique.
  • Course Objectives:
    • Learn what to look for during diagnosis and treatment planning of an anterior implant case
    • Not all anterior cases are good candidates for the immediate approach. When do we do immediate, when do we stage?
    • How to perform soft tissue conditioning and create the ideal emergence profile
    • Immediate implant placement with easy fabrication of the provisional restoration at the chair side (hands on component included)
    • Simultaneous soft tissue grafting techniques during immediate implant placement in the esthetic zone (hands on component included)
    • Identifying trouble and avoiding possible complications
  • Date: 7/16/2022 | 9AM ~ 6PM (EST)
  • Tuition: Non Member $1,000 | GDIA Member $750
  • Location: W Plus Dental (2311 M St NW Suite 305, Washington, DC 20037)
  • Course Type: Live Patient Demonstration
  • CE: 8 CEUs
  • Instructor(s): Dr. Tae Sung John Ku
  • Course Objectives:
    • Live patient surgery demonstration
      • Case 1: Anterior implant placement with immediate provisionalization
      • Case 2: Sinus augmentation and implant placement
      • Case 3: Lower molar implant placement + GBR
    • Case Discussion

COURSE FEE INCLUDES

  • 1 year of GDIA Membership ($345 value) with full benefits
  • $500 discount for ANY Mexico Live Surgery Course (GDIA 101, 201, 301 & Soft Tissue Program)

COURSE SCHEDULE

  • 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM (EST) : Registration
  • 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (EST) : Lecture/Hands-on/Live-Surgery
    * Breakfast & Lunch will be provided

CONTACT INFORMATION

Call (323) 617-4141 or E-mail info@gdia.com for additional information.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Refunds are granted only if a written cancellation notification is received within 31 days before the course. 50% of the tuition minus processing fee will be refunded if cancellation occurs within 21 days before this course. No refund is granted afterwards. A $75 fee is withheld for processing. Cancellation must be notified in writing by emailing info@gdia.com.

Instructors

Tae Sung John Ku

DMD, FGDIA

Jin Y. Kim

DDS, MPH, MS, FACD, FGDIA

Andrew Hamilton

DDS, FGDIA

Jill Park

DMD, FICOI, FGDIA

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