|Winter/Spring||2016||Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org; T: 212.305.7124|
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Implant Study Club: Update on Short & Narrow Implants
Dr. James Fine discusses the pros and cons of using these types of implants as opposed to doing bone augmentation and sinus surgery.
|29||Infection Prevention in the Dental Setting - morning session. The course will satisfy the New York State Board of Dentistry requirement for re-licensure.|
|29||CPR Recertification - afternoon session. Previous CPR certification is required.|
Endodontic Workshop for the General Practitioner
with Dr. Charles Solomon, Dr. Sahng G. Kim, Dr. Gunnar Hasselgren and Dr. Diego Andrade
Interactive workshop. Limited class size to provide for an exceptional individualized experience.
|March||2||Implant Study Club: Soft & Hard Tissue Wound Healing with guest speaker Dr. John Grbic. 6-8pm. A light snack is provided|
Mini-Residency: Managing Complex Prosthetic, Esthetic and Implant Cases
Designed for both the experienced general practitioner and specialist, this comprehensive mini-residency CE course provides an intensive review of prosthetics for both dental implants and natural teeth, bone grafting/sinus grafting and sinus surgery, and esthetic dentistry including veneers. Through lectures and hands-on, model-driven training, learn the key principles to hone your artistry and technical skills. Attendees are welcome to bring cases to discuss. The practical information and training are designed to be practical so they can be readily introduced into your practice.
with Dr. David Albert discussing Cariology and Lee Somerville, RDH, MS, covering Trends and Treatment: Esthetics as a Gateway to Oral Health and Teenagers - What Their Mouths are Telling You but They're Not: Practical Information on Teen Health Issues. Held on Saturday - 9am-3pm
Medical and Surgical Approaches to Diagnosing and Treating TMD and Sleep Apnea
with Dr. Jennifer Bassiur, Dr. Steven Syrop and Dr. Michael Perrino
Held in Midtown Manhattan. Also open to non-CDM participants.
AM-Session 1: Basic Concepts; Common Techniques
PM-Session II: Advanced Techniques - nerve mapping, 3d video capture
Lectures and demonstration. Max. 5 attendees per class - attendees perform tasks on individual dual-monitor computer stations.
The Division of Maxillofacial Radiology of the College of Dental Medicine is now offering an interpretation service for CBCT scans and dental radiographs with customized reports for implant placement, nerve mapping, wisdom teeth extraction, pathological findings and orthodontic treatment planning. For information on how to submit your scans or radiographs for an interpretative report, please contact Dr. Cleber Silva at email@example.com.
|13||Implant Study Club: Full Arch Implant Cases using Digital Dentistry - with guest speaker Dr. George Shelby White. 6-8pm. A light snack is provided.|
|27||Digital Dentistry Made Sensible|
ENDODONTIC SYMPOSIUM 1) Learning From My Mistakes and Failures: A Clinical Case Presentation with an Evidence-Based Approach; 2) Shaping and Disinfection According to the Dentin Preservation Protocol - evidence-based approach.
Guest speaker: Rodrigo Sanches Cunha, DDS, MSc, PhD, FRCD(C), Associate Professor and Division Head, Endodontology, College of Dentistry, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Canada
|25||Diagnosis & Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office|
|25||Implant Study Club: Occlusion - with guest speaker Dr. Joseph Gaudio. 6-8pm.|
Introducing Socket Preservation/Extraction Sites and Minor Bone Grafting for the General Practitioner - with Dr. James B. Fine. 3 hour session - lectures with hands-on, model-based training.
|Sept.17-18 thru March 11-12||Comprehensive Implantology Continuum, Part I with Course Directors, Dr. Dennis Tarnow and Dr. James B. Fine. 12 days - Option 1: 6 weekends or Option 2: 1-week session Sept.17-22, 2016, and 1-week session March 11-12, 2017.|
|Dec. 10||7th Annual Columbia University/ICOI Dental mplant Symposium with Scientific Chairman Dr. Dennis Tarnow|
Comprehensive Implantology Continuum, Part II - customized, based on participants' schedules during clinic hours (Mon-Fri).
a) Clinical Observations; b) Implant Placement
Upon successful completion of Part I of the Continuum, participants will have the option of observing implant procedures in the CDM clinic and placing up to two implants on their patient. CE credits awarded for all hours of participation.
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