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					                                 Immediate Occlusal Loading Of
                                 The Edentulous Mandible
                                 Presented by Robert del Castillo, DMD
                                 and Carl Drago, DDS, MS
                                 Saturday, October 18, 2008

                                 Simplified Solutions To Aesthetic
                                 Implant Restorations
                                 Presented by George Priest, DMD
                                 Saturday, October 25, 2008

                                 Biomechanical And Aesthetic
                                 Considerations For Achieving Predictable
                                 Success With Immediate Loading
                                 Presented by Harold Baumgarten, DMD
Nova Southeastern University     and Alan Meltzer, DMD, MScD
College of Dental Medicine       Saturday, January 17, 2009
3200 South University Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328
                                 Immediate Occlusal Loading Of
                                 The Edentulous Mandible
                                 Application of CT Guidance
                                 LIVE SURGERY

                                                Robert del Castillo, DMD
                                                Adjunct Professor, Department of Periodontics, Tufts
Date:                                           University School of Dental Medicine; Guest Lecturer,
Saturday, October 18, 2008                      Department of Periodontology, Nova Southeastern
(Register by October 4, 2008)                   University College of Dental Medicine and Maryland
                                                University Dental School
Time:
8:30 – 9:00am Registration                      Carl Drago, DDS, MS
(Continental Breakfast)                         Director, Dental Research, BIOMET 3i, Palm Beach
9:00am – 4:00pm                                 Gardens, Florida; Diplomate, American Board of
Presentation (Lunch Included)                   Prosthodontics; Adjunct Faculty, Department of
                                                Prosthodontics, Nova Southeastern University
                                                College of Dental Medicine
Location:
Nova Southeastern University      Description:
College of Dental Medicine        is exciting program will include a morning lecture addressing
3200 South University Drive       implant loading protocols, immediate occlusal loading of the edentulous
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328    jaw and traditional, single-stage, immediate non-occlusal loading of
                                  single unit implants. e principles, benefits and limitations of CT
                                  guided surgery will be reviewed, as well as scanning appliances and
Tuition:                          stereolithographic surgical guides. e construction of a master cast
$350                              with analogs and the construction of a provisional prosthesis will be
                                  demonstrated. Diagnosis and treatment planning of the edentulous
                                  patient with a pre-operative work up will be discussed and reviewed as
Credit:                           it relates to the surgical patient. A live surgical demonstration is
6 hours                           scheduled for the afternoon.

Code:                             Objectives:
101808RC                          • Discuss implant loading protocols including literature citations in a
                                    lecture/seminar format
Target Audience:                  • Comprehensive treatment planning of a patient in preparation for
Dentists, Dental Specialists,       immediate occlusal loading of the edentulous jaws during the
Dental Hygienists,                  afternoon session
Dental Assistants                 • Definitive clinical treatment with 5-8 maxillary implants and 4-6
                                    mandibular implants
                                  • Insertion of provisional prostheses
                                  • Observe surgical and prosthetic procedures in real time via closed circuit
                                    television and will be able to ask questions during the procedures
                                 Simplified Solutions To Aesthetic
                                 Implant Restorations



                                                   George Priest, DMD
                                                   Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics;
                                                   Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists;
Date:                                              Fellow of the International College of Dentists; one of
Saturday, October 25, 2008                         Dentistry Today’s Top Clinicians in Continuing
                                                   Education for 2005 - 2008
Time:
8:30 – 9:00am Registration       Description:
                                 Emerging technological developments are improving dentists' abilities to
(Continental Breakfast)          provide enhanced implant aesthetics. Several innovative systems will be
9:00am – 4:00pm                  highlighted in this presentation. Cumbersome and uncomfortable removable
Presentation (Lunch Included)    prostheses have rendered the provisional phase of implant therapy the most
                                 challenging aspect of restorative implant treatment. New provisional
                                 protocols will be demonstrated using components that facilitate soft-tissue
Location:
                                 aesthetics. Computer designed and generated abutments have fundamentally
Nova Southeastern University     transformed restorative protocols for implant dentistry. Dr. Priest will
College of Dental Medicine       introduce a CAD/CAM digital system, which eliminates the need to make
3200 South University Drive      implant level impressions, while providing patient specific custom abutments
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328   with precision and appropriate contours. Contoured ceramic abutments are
                                 another advancement in implant aesthetics that Dr. Priest will explore. ese
                                 new technologies simplify and enhance clinical and laboratory procedures,
Tuition:                         reduce chair time and treatment duration, increase durability of implant
$350                             prostheses, provide naturally appearing aesthetics and ultimately improve
                                 patient care.
Credit:
                                 Objectives:
6 hours
                                 •   Techniques for implant-level provisional restorations
                                 •   Methods of procuring CAD/CAM implant abutments
Code:
101808GP                         •   Indications and use of ceramic abutments
                                 •   Protocols for enhanced aesthetic outcomes
Target Audience:
Dentists, Dental Specialists,
Dental Hygienists,
Dental Assistants




                                 NSU acknowledges with gratitude the generous support of
                                  Biomechanical And Aesthetic
                                  Considerations For Achieving
                                  Predictable Success With
                                  Immediate Loading


                                                  Harold Baumgarten, DMD
Date:                                             Affiliated with the Academy of Osseointegration and
                                                  the American Academy of Periodontology; Clinical
Saturday, January 17, 2009                        Professor with the Department of Periodontics at the
                                                  University of Pennsylvania
Time:
8:30 – 9:00am Registration
(Continental Breakfast)                           Alan Meltzer, DMD, MScD
                                                Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology;
9:00am – 4:00pm                                 Fellow of the Academy of Osseointegration, where he
Presentation (Lunch Included)                   serves on its Research and Education Committees;
                                                Featured Speaker for the New Jersey Society of
Location:                                       Periodontists and e University of Milan, Italy;
                                 Former Director of Graduate Periodontology at Temple University
Nova Southeastern University
College of Dental Medicine
3200 South University Drive      Description:
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328   is course will address the issues that are important to consider in order to
                                 achieve immediate loading of dental implants on a predictable basis. With
                                 new paradigm shifts away from single or two-stage surgical protocols and
Tuition:                         towards immediate implant placement and provisionsal restorations,
$350                             biomechanical requirements and aesthetic demands must also change.
                                 ese changes will be reviewed with respect to implant site preparation
Credit:                          and immediate restoration of single and multiple units.
6 hours
                                 Objectives:
Code:                            • Implement new techniques for case selection and use of CT scans in
011709HB                           treatment planning
                                 • Understand biomechanical and aesthetic considerations for achieving
Target Audience:                   appropriate primary stability
Dentists, Dental Specialists,    • Implement modified drilling protocols
Dental Hygienists,               • Understand implant selection and abutment selection
Dental Assistants                • Have increased knowledge of provisional restoration design and fabrication
                                 • Incorporate post treatment follow up
                           REGISTRATION FORM
              Make as many copies of the registration form as needed


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                                                                                                     Loading Of The
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                                                                                                     Edentulous Mandible
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                                                                                                     101808RC
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                                                                                                     Simplified Solutions
                                                                                                     To Aesthetic Implant
V code: _______________________(Amex 4 digits on front, Visa & MC 3 digits on back)                  Restorations
Name on Card:_____________________________________________________________                           Date:
                                                                                                     Saturday, October 25, 2008
Credit Card Billing Address:_________________________________________________

          Please make checks payable to NSU Dental Continuing Education                              Code:
                                                                                                     101808GP
                         REGISTER BY MAIL, TELEPHONE, OR FAX:

MAIL: Please fill out one form for each course and each participant. Complete and                     Biomechanical
      return the registration form along with a check or credit card number to:                      And Aesthetic
       Dental Continuing Education                                                                   Considerations For
       Nova Southeastern University                                                                  Achieving Predictable
       Terry Building, 3rd Floor
       3200 S. University Drive                                                                      Success With
       Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33328                                                                 Immediate Loading
                                                                                                     Date:
TELEPHONE: You may call us at (954) 262-5327 or (800) 356-0026, Ext. 5327. Please have
           the program title, course code, date and your credit card number ready.                   Saturday, January 17, 2009
           Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 4:45pm (Eastern Time).

FAX: Please send the completed registration form with your credit card number to
                                                                                                     Code:
     (954) 262- 3990. The fax line is open 24 hours.                                                 011709HB
INTERNET: http://www.dental.nova.edu/ce                       EMAIL: dentalce@nsu.nova.edu

Requests for cancellations must be received at least three (3) working days prior to
the start of a lecture program or one week prior to a hands-on or limited enrollment
course. However, for cancellations received after this deadline, 75% of the tuition                  Location:
may be applied toward a future course. Tuition for no-shows will be forfeited, no                    Nova Southeastern University
exceptions. Please be aware that NSU College of Dental Medicine is not responsible for
reimbursement of a non-refundable airline ticket or any other travel expenses in the                 College of Dental Medicine
event that a course is cancelled.                                                                    3200 South University Drive
                                                                                                     Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328
Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine is an                           recognized
provider.
                          Nova Southeastern University
                           College of Dental Medicine
                           3200 South University Drive
                          Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33328

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