2014: Implant Study Club - April 9

 Columbia University College of Dental Medicine - Continuing Education Course

IMPLANT STUDY CLUB

Topic: The Details of Implant Dentistry


April 9, 2014

 

Date & Time

Held every four-six weeks

Wednesday evenings - 6-8 PM

 

Upcoming Spring session: May 14, 2014

Attend individual or all sessions

Location Columbia University Medical Center

Presbyterian Hospital - 17th Floor, Rm. 311W

New York, NY 10032
Tuition
$125

Continuing Education Credits 2

 

Inquiries: 212-342-3669

Course Director

James B. Fine, DMD

Professor of Clinical Dental Medicine, Associate Dean for Postdoctoral Education, Director, Postdoctoral Periodontics Program, College of Dental Medicine

 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Steven H. Goldstein

April Topic: "The Details of Implant Dentistry”

The clinical techniques necessary to achieve predictable and optimal success with implant dentistry for all types of implant cases will be detailed. Multiple case types will be shown from the single anterior unit to full fixed implant supported restorations.

Current concepts in treatment planning will be discussed. Various techniques (and materials) to achieve maximal gingival esthetics will be shown using high resolution digital images. Case selection, site preparation, impression and temporizing sequence as well as lab communication will be reviewed.

Dr Steven H Goldstein received his DDS degree in 1985 from Georgetown University. From 1987-1990 Dr Goldstein completed the Periodontal Prosthesis program at the University of Pennsylvania. He holds two advanced dental degrees: one in Periodontics and the other in Periodontal Prosthesis/Fixed Prosthodontics. Dr Goldstein has presented lectures on implant dentistry over the last eighteen years for numerous organizations and local study clubs. Dr Goldstein is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Periodontology, and various local dental societies and study groups. He maintains a private practice in Scottsdale limited to implant, prosthetic and cosmetic dentistry.

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the steps required to achieve the best possible esthetic results with implant dentistry
  • To show actual techniques of impression making, abutment fabrication, laboratory steps, and soft tissue manipulation
Biography
Dr. Goldstein received his DDS degree in 1985 from Georgetown University. From 1987-1990 Dr Goldstein completed the Periodontal Prosthesis program at the University of Pennsylvania. He holds two advanced dental degrees: one in Periodontics and the other in Periodontal Prosthesis/Fixed Prosthodontics. Dr Goldstein has presented lectures on implant dentistry over the last eighteen years for numerous organizations and local study clubs. Dr Goldstein is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Periodontology, and various local dental societies and study groups. He maintains a private practice in Scottsdale limited to implant, prosthetic and cosmetic dentistry.
Implant Study Club details 
Held every 4-6 weeks, this study club is designed for the practitioner who is actively practicing implant dentistry. Incorporating case reviews and the most current information in implant dentistry in an intimate and interactive setting, you will learn valuable information to bring your implant placement and restoration to the next level. Topics discussed include surgical anatomy, abutment design, timing of surgical placement and incorporating implants with partial dentures. You are encouraged to bring cases for group discussion.

 


REGISTRATION: The fastest way to register for courses is online. You can also submit a completed CE registration form by fax to 212-342-5179 or by mail to: CE Office, Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, 630 West 168th Street, Box 20, New York NY 10032. Registration may also be done by telephone at 212-305-7124. Please make checks payable to: Columbia University. Early registration is advised to guarantee a place in all courses.

TUITION & FEES: CDM Alumni and all dental hygienists/staff receive a 10% discount on listed tuition for all Continuing Education (CE) courses. CDM alumni graduating within five (5) years prior to a course receive a 20% discount. CDM faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on listed tuition rates. Retired alumni not requiring CE credits may audit courses at no charge, dependent on space availability.

CANCELLATION POLICY AND CHANGES: Cancellation of a course will result in a refund or credit to your CE account. Refunds are granted only if notification is received in writing at least 72 hours prior to the course. For Implantology Continuum and other extended or international sessions, please refer to the dedicated webpage for specific cancellation details for those courses. Columbia University cannot assume responsibility for losses due to participants' travel arrangements. Tuitions for no-shows will be forfeited.

COLLEGE POLICY: Sponsorship of a course by the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine does not necessarily reflect the philosophy or endorsement of a procedure or product. We reserve the right to modify course content or faculty.