This gIDE DVD set is intended as an entry and intermediate level of training for the general dentist to increase surgical experience or for the surgical specialist to increase restorative experience. 24 CE Credits.
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Detailed Course Description for A-Z in Implant Dentistry : 12 Lecture Certification Program Series - DVD Package:
Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
Please allow 10 days for delivery outside of the US; within the US approximately 7 days.
Length of Program:
12 courses of each approximately 90 minutes on 6 DVD's (2 lectures on each)
A complete online clinical CE course of 24 hours to get a restorative and surgical office trained with the placement and restoration of Osseointegrated implants. This course is intended as an entry and intermediate level of training for the general dentist to increase surgical and restorative implant experience or for the surgical specialist to increase restorative and surgical experience. The course is part of a complete web-based program with the intention to receive a certificate of completion after passing an exam.
This course is a 24 hour CE certification course completed with an online examination and a Global
Institute certificate of completion.
Contents and Educational Objectives:
Lecture 1: Office Set-up and Case Selection from a Restorative Perspective by Dr. George Perri
Course goals and a rationale for selecting case types and implant system(s) will be presented. An understanding of restorative methods and goals will be developed...
Lecture 2: Office Set-Up for the Surgical Implant Practice by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
This 2-hour Course will in depth highlight the set-up of a dental office to perform implant placement...
Lecture 3: Posterior Implant Placement from a Restorative Perspective by Dr. George Perri
Methods to simplify restorative case work up. Surgical template/guide design. Case planning and a rationale for numbers and positioning of implants...
Lecture 4: Posterior Implant Placement from a Surgical Perspective by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
Diagnostic tools for posterior implant placement and optimal posterior placement...
Lecture 5: Anterior Implant Restoration: Beginning Considerations and Issues by Dr. George Perri
An evaluation of abutments and restorative technique. Aesthetic restorative realities and limitations...
Lecture 6: Anterior Surgical Implant Placement: Single Missing Tooth by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
An evaluation of aesthetic diagnostic tools and surgical requirements. Implant choice and surgical options for implant placement and uncovering...
Lecture 7: Anterior Implant Restoration: Advanced Concerns by Dr. George Perri
Provisionalization goals and implementation. Managing the non- ideal implant position...
Lecture 8: Anterior Surgical Implant Placement: Multiple Anterior Teeth by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
The clinical management of soft and hard tissues and how to support the ideal 3-D placed implant...
Lecture 9: Immediate Tooth Replacement and Restorative challenges by Dr. George Perri
Diagnosing cases and case acceptance for ITR...
Lecture 10: Immediate Tooth Replacement: Extraction and Healed sites by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
Tissue preservation is the main focus of this presentation.
Lecture 11: The Edentulous Jaw Restoration: An evaluation of different restorative options by Dr. George Perri
Edentulous patients desire restoration of their chewing ability and esthetic enhancement. This presentation will provide treatment planning, indications and expectations for different restorative options for the edentulous jaw.
Lecture 12: 002-12 Edentulous Jaw and different surgical treatment options by Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
The options of treating the edentulous jaw will be described in detail. Radiographic and clinical analysis will demonstrate which option can be used by the dental team for implant and prosthetic reconstruction.
Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic
Sascha A. Jovanovic was formally trained in periodontics at UCLA School of Dentistry, in Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University and in Prosthodontics at University of Aachen, Germany and holds a Master of Sciences degree in Oral Biology from UCLA.
He restricts his clinical work to dental implant therapy and bone & soft tissue reconstruction, is Lecturer at UCLA Continuing Dental Education, is Professor (Hon.) at Univ. of British Columbia, Division of Periodontics and Implants, Vancouver, is Assoc. Prof. (Hon.) at the University of Hong Kong, Department of Oral Surgery and is Founder and Academic Chairman of the gIDE Institute.
He is the past-president of the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO) and a past-Board member of the Osseointegration Foundation (OF). He was the program chair of the EAO 2000 annual scientific congress, recipient of the young investigator fellowship of the American Academy of Periodontology, of the Implantology award of the California Society of Periodontists and of the German Implant Society Research award. He is an honorary member of the South African Society of Periodontology.
Dr. Jovanovic's clinical research emphazises esthetic management in dental implant therapy and bone and soft tissue reconstruction techniques. His applied research focuses on bone regeneration with different bone graft materials, rhBMP-2 and barrier membranes as well as the biology of soft tissues around teeth and implants.
He lectures extensively worldwide and has published over 60 articles and book chapters, and one textbook titled Color Atlas of Implantology (Thieme Publ.). He is the Editor-in-Chief of the monthly publication 'Implant Tribune', is on several editorial boards for scientific journals and has published a DVD-education series 'Advanced Implant Therapy'.
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