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Live-Streaming Year Long Zirconia Course

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Live-Streaming Yearlong Zirconia Course

10-Module Webinar Series Including 3 Live Broadcast Surgical Events!

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This year long certificate program features 10 comprehensive modules taught via live webinars by leading experts in ceramic dentistry, covering all important aspectsof zirconia implant practice, including: diagnosis and treatment planning, surgical and final restorative stages of zirconia implant cases, surgical therapies and implant placement in selected cases, prosthetic therapies, long-term maintenance, prevention and management of implant complications, and the science and long-term history of zirconia implants.

This interactive, one-of-a-kind educational program commences in January 2020 andconcludes in December 2020. Each hour and a half session takes place on the last Friday of each month, excluding July and August. Several sessions will include live surgical demonstrations, and each webinar will conclude with a group discussion and Q&A period.

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10 Modules

Learn from industry-leading zirconia experts from anywhere around the globe via mobile, desktop, or Apple TV

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20 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Access the only zirconia implantology program of its kind and become a Fellow of the Zirconia Implant Society

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On Your Schedule

Live stream with fellow classmates or watch on-demand at your convenience

Full-Year Course Tuition: $2,499

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Fellowship Instructors & Curriculum

  • Historical review of zirconia and ceramic materials used in medicine and dentistry
  • Zirconia as an implantable material and the bone and gingival benefits
  • Review of dental literature on the benefits of zirconia implants versus titanium implants
  • Success rates observed with zirconia implants short-term and long-term
  • Drawbacks of utilizing zirconia implants
  • Future trends in implant dentistry
  • Biologic and holistic benefits of zirconia
  • Plaque and bacterial biofilm adhesions in titanium and zirconia implants
  • Soft tissue affinity of zirconia
  • Attachment apparatus of the soft and hard tissues to zirconia implants and abutment surfaces
  • The hazards of metal in the mouth
  • Decreased inflammatory responses to zirconia
  • Conventional and immediate surgical approaches with zirconia implants
  • Treatment planning with zirconia implants
  • Delayed placement procedures versus immediate surgical protocols
  • Flapless versus flap surgical approaches
  • Site preparation / site coring protocols
  • Surgical guides / guided surgical protocols
  • Immediate extraction and simultaneous zirconia implant placement
  • Bone tapping protocols for dense bone with zirconia implants
  • Achieving immediate stability with zirconia implants
  • Pre-operative and post-operative surgical protocols
  • Zirconia implants in sinus augmentation procedures
  • Zirconia implants benefits in sinus augmentation and grafting procedures
  • Site preparation procedures for zirconia implant placement in sinus augmentation procedures
  • What decreased plaque and biofilm formation with zirconia implants versus titanium means for sinus augmentation procedures
  • Benefits of zirconia implants and ceramic grafting materials
  • Review of healing and observations phases
  • Review of biochemistry and bioengineering of zirconia and ceramic in sinus grafting procedures
  • Autologous platelet rich fibrin incorporation into sinus grafting procedures
  • Immediate versus delayed placement
  • Surgical guides and guided surgery
  • Implant placement in the atrophic ridge
  • Temporization
  • Spacing between implants and teeth
  • Prepping implants and abutments
  • Impression-taking
  • Restorative ideals
  • Site debridement post-tooth removal
  • Achieving immediate stability in immediate extraction sites
  • Esthetic tissue formation utilizing zirconia implants
  • The technology of one-piece zirconia implants
  • Site debridement post-tooth removal
  • Multiple site immediate extraction and zirconia implant placement
  • Minimally invasive surgical protocols
  • Immediate provisionalization
  • Creating naturally contoured pontic sites adjacent to zirconia implants
  • Creation of natural soft tissue emergence profiles with a custom provisional restoration
  • Management of cement (both provisional & permanent)
  • Esthetic tissue formation utilizing zirconia implants
  • One-piece zirconia implants
  • Achieving immediate stability in immediate extraction sites
  • Minimally invasive surgical protocols
  • Immediate provisionalization
  • Minimally invasive bone replacement procedures with ceramic grafting products
  • Creation of natural soft tissue emergence profiles with a custom provisional restoration
  • Management of cement, provisional & permanent
  • Esthetic tissue formation utilizing zirconia implants
  • Site debridement post-tooth removal
  • Achieving immediate stability in immediate extraction sites
  • Two-piece zirconia implant abutment options
  • Creating naturally contoured pontic sites adjacent to zirconia implants
  • Obtaining a definitive abutment level final impression
  • Zirconia implant selection criteria for specific sites and circumstances
  • Contouring multiple sites on an immediate provisional with multiple zirconia implants / pontic
  • Multiple site immediate extraction and zirconia implant placement with: one-piece, two-piece zirconia
  • Zirconia benefits as a material
  • Inflammatory responses to zirconia
  • Ideal surface designs for bone apposition
  • “Pure” zirconia designs versus “alloy” titanium compositions
  • Initial remodeling with less of an inflammatory response versus allogenic material
  • Ceramic materials with ability to create enhanced bone formation by stimulation of growth factor enhancement
  • Localized delivery of autologous growth factors to the initial wound healing / bone regeneration site
  • Creating an autologous platelet rich fibrin membrane to enhance the ceramic materials handling characteristics
  • Resorbing and non-resorbing ceramic grafting materials
  • Comparison of ceramic grafting materials available and their benefits versus allogenic material

Full-Year Course Tuition: $2,499

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