Speaker: The Edmonton District Dental Society in co-operation with Thommen Medical Canada Inc. invite you to attend a full day lecture presentation Entitled: “An Introduction to the Thommen Medical Dental Implant System” Mark C. Hutten, DDS, MS Description: An overview of the surgical and prosthetic armamentarium of the Thommen Medical Date: Friday, Jan. 22, 2010 Dental Implant System as it relates to predictable restorative outcomes will be presented. It is well known that the long-term success of dental implants is achieved by means of a close interrelationship between biologic design, a stable connection and sound surface technology. Location: The precision engineering offered by the Thommen Medical Dental Implant System is the foundation for long-term success, however, it is the “flexible simplicity” that the System also Shaw Conference Centre offers that leads to patient satisfaction. (Salons 11 and 12) 9797 Jasper Avenue NW Objectives: Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1N9 • Restorative options and alternatives using a systematic treatment planning approach will be discussed as they relate to single-tooth, partially and completely edentulous treatments Time: • The available prosthetic components as well as the indications for these Registrations open at 8:00 a.m. components will be discussed in detail. • The importance of using various surgical stent designs coupled with a team Lecture 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. approach will be discussed in order to minimize restorative complications. * includes 1 hour for lunch and • The importance of provisional restorations in the esthetic zone cannot be 2 x 15 min breaks overemphasized. This presentation will detail the Thommen Medical Dental Implant System temporary components and highlight how careful, sequential Audience: Doctors and shaping and recontouring of the provisional restoration will aid with soft tissue predictability and long term tissue stability. auxiliaries • Finally, restorative techniques to enhance along with risk factors that could hinder predictable anterior esthetics will be discussed and supported by numerous Level: Simple clinical case presentations. Mark C. Hutten, DDS, MS Tuition: Dr. Mark Hutten is the Director of the General Practice Residency Program and for members: included in Director of Dental Oncologic Services at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, IL and is membership fees an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery, Northwestern Feinberg School non-members: $395 doctors of Medicine. He received his DDS from Northwestern University in 1989, his GPR Certificate $90 auxiliaries from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in 1990 and his Oral Oncology Certificate also from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in 1991. Dr. Hutten continued at Northwestern Memorial *lunch and breaks included Hospital as a general dentist for two years before earning his Certificate in prosthodontics from Northwestern University in 1996. To register, Dr. Hutten is a popular and charismatic speaker who lectures nationally and call Robyn at 780-489-7741 internationally on many subjects including the clinical aspects of fixed, removable and implant prosthetics. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and a Fellow in the American College of Prosthodontists. He is a Fellow in the International Team for Refund/cancellations: Implantology (ITI) and was originally elected for membership to the ITI in 1999. In addition, Tuition will not be reimbursed he is a member of the Academy of Osseointegration, the American Dental Association, the for cancellations made after Illinois State Dental Society and the Chicago Dental Society. speaker sponsored by Jan. 15, 2010. * Dr. Mark Hutten is a member of the Opinion Leaders Group, Thommen’s clinical advisory board, and a minor shareholder in Thommen Medical AG. Thommen Medical Canada Inc. is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. * This course will discuss products being marketed by ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality Thommen Medical.* providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Thommen Medical Canada Inc. designates this activity for 6 continuing education credits. CE credits may not be accepted in all provinces and attendees are responsible for verifying acceptance by their provincial agency or licensing body.
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