CHROME GuidedSMILE Full Arch Program

Date: November 1-2, 2019

Cost: Clinicians – $450 (Fri. & Sat.), Marketing staff members (Fri. only) – $100 (7 CE’s)

Location: Quest Conference Center, Columbus Ohio (see map)

Speaker: Dr Scott Ganz, DMD

This unique seminar has been designed to expose clinicians, implant coordinators, and their marketing staff members to state-of-the-art concepts related to full arch immediate reconstruction. Participants will be introduced to a proven protocol, which improves surgical and restorative accuracy through a standardized approach utilizing CBCT, 3-D planning and advanced laboratory applications, thus greatly reducing procedure time while simplifying overall treatment.

Course Overview

Friday: Friday’s didactic session will address the need to attract and educate patients interested in full arch solutions.
It will delve into proven marketing strategies and techniques to attract potential patients to your practice,
and will highlight how to effectively educate and present full arch solutions. This session is designed for marketing staff members, clinicians, implant coordinators and those interested in growing their full arch
patient portfolio.

Saturday: The CHROME GuidedSMILE protocol will be reviewed with didactic presentation, illustrating immediate extraction, bone reduction, immediate placement of implants with a uniquely fabricated drill guide designed for “full-template guidance.” The didactic sessions will be followed by a step-by-step hands-on session on models allowing for surgical extractions, bone reductions, implant placement utilizing all of the component parts to deliver “full-template guidance” for the implants and to serve as the link to a “nano-ceramic” provisional on multi-unit abutments. This allows for all clinicians to achieve true, restoratively-driven implant reconstruction. This course has been designed for the specialist and referral base, and the advanced dental implantologist interested in managing full arch cases with conventional guided surgery options. Participants will learn the basics of implant planning software, and are encouraged to bring a case to discuss with the group, either DICOM data or a BSPlan file. Any Ridge Implants will be placed during this course.

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the unique aspects of patient case presentation along with the marketing strategy and techniques.
  • To understand important aspects of 3-D CBCT diagnosis and treatment planning for proper implant placement. AnyRidge implants will be placed during this course.
  • To understand concepts related to patient-specific anatomy, bone reduction, implant positioning, use of multi-unit abutments, and treatment workflow required for full arch immediate loading reconstruction.
  • To understand the unique features of the CHROME GuidedSMILE surgical and restorative protocols for full arch immediate implant reconstruction.
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