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Straumann Restorative Training Program - Brisbane

Straumann Australia

Friday, 7 September 2018 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (AEST)

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OVERVIEW

Practitioners want to implement the Straumann Dental Implant System into their practice.

Through three practical restorative sessions supported by didactic instructions, participants will become familiar with single unit

posterior restorations, single unit restorations in the aesthetic zone and short span fixed prosthesis in the non-esthetic zone.

This is a 3-piece module program. It is expected that participants are enrolled in all three modules.

Module 1. Single Unit posterior restorations

Course Objectives:

An understanding of basic implant biomechanics for single unit posterior restorations,

• Site assessment

• Screw vs cement-retained restorations

• Implant types

• Componentry options

• Impression techniques

• Crown insertion

Skill outcomes:

Participants should be able to assess, treat and manage single unit restorations in the posterior region

Module 2. Single Unit restorations in the aesthetic zone

Course Objectives:

An understanding of biologic factors that influence aesthetic implant-based restorations.

• Single tooth site assessment

• Dimensions of tooth replacement

• Surgical requirements to effect aesthetic implant restorations

• Soft Tissue management

• Provisional restorations

Skill outcomes:

Participants should be able to assess, treat and manage single unit restorations in the aesthetic zone.

Module 3. Short Span Implant fixed Dental Prostheses in the Non-Esthetic Zone

Course Objectives:

An understanding of site consideration, assessment and management of clinical procedures for Implant supported Fixed Dental

Prostheses (I - FDP) in the posterior quadrants.

• Site assessment

• Restorative planning

• Implant types

• Loading protocols

• Component selection

• Evaluation of restorative fit

• Impression techniques

Skill outcomes:

Participants should be able to assess, manage and treat patients for the provision of short span implant-supported fixed dental

prosthesis in the non-aesthetic zone.

Presented by Dr. Michael Lewis & Justin Boulton

 

 

Dr. Michael Lewis graduated with a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics at the University of Sydney in 2010. He has received extensive training in aesthetic and implant dentistry, crown and bridge, denture prosthetics and orofacial pain management. He is the proud recipient of the John H Wilson prize for proficiency in Prosthodontics and the Campbell Harry Graham prize in Prosthetic Dentistry. His postgraduate thesis was in prosthetic restoration of single-tooth implants, and has published and lectured on this topic both domestically and internationally. Michael’s practice is in the heart of Brisbane city with Dr. William Bruce , and enjoys undergraduate lecturing at The University of Queensland and Griffith Universities, as well as postgraduate teaching for The University of Sydney.

Dr Justin Boulton completed a Bachelor of Dental Science at The University of Queensland, School of Dentistry in 1986. He practiced in Brisbane initially and then for 4 years in London. During this time he commenced a Masters of Dental Science degree in Prosthodontics at The University of Queensland, School of Dentistry in 1989 and completed this in 1992. He was admitted to the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons by examination in 1993.

Dr Justin Boulton worked at The University of Queensland, School of Dentistry in a part-time and later full-time capacity on the teaching staff from 1988 to 1993. In 1993 he was appointed the Overseas Visiting Lecturer in Conservative Dental Surgery at Guy’s Hospital at the University of London. He worked at Guy’s Hospital for one year full-time and 3 years following this as a part-time demonstrator. He commenced Prosthodontic practice in Brisbane in 1997. Dr Boulton is presently teaching part-time at The University of Queensland, School of Dentistry. His first implant case was in 1993.




 

 


 

 

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Hilton Brisbane
190 Elizabeth Street
Brisbane City, QLD 4000
Australia

Friday, 7 September 2018 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (AEST)


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Straumann Australia

Straumann is a pioneer and global leader in implant dentistry. In collaboration with leading clinics, research institutes and universities, Straumann researches, develops and manufactures dental implants, instruments, prosthetics and tissue regeneration products for use in tooth replacement and restoration solutions or to prevent tooth loss.

It is Straumann’s mission to be the benchmark in our industry for professional training and continuing development for all our customers worldwide.

 

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