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L-PRF®: Techniques & Applications for Dental Implant Cases

Presented by Dr. Bart W. Silverman ∙ 1 CE Credit Hour

Leukocyte- and Platelet-Rich Fibrin (L-PRF) is derived from the patient’s blood and produces a fibrin clot that is rich in platelets, growth factors, and cytokines necessary to produce rapid healing and efficient regeneration. It is quickly becoming a standard of care for many clinicians. This webinar will review the history of platelet concentrates, the biology of L-PRF, clinical indications for L-PRF, and L-PRF protocols and clinical results. 


Fully Guided Full Arch Immediate Implant Reconstruction

Presented by Dr. Michael Pikos ∙ 1 CE Credit Hour

This clinically based presentation will focus on the integration of restorative, surgical and laboratory disciplines, combined with CBCT technology, to provide a seamless approach for fully guided full arch and full mouth immediate implant reconstruction for the terminal dentition and edentulous patient. This protocol includes placement of a prefabricated computer guided monolithic acrylic bar supported prosthesis for both edentulous and dentate arches.


Tissue Preservation & Maintenance in Immediate Implant Therapy to Optimize Gingival Architecture

Presented by Dr. Stephen Chu ∙ 1 CE Credit Hour

The provisional restoration phase is one of the most critical steps in managing immediate, fresh socket implants to create the desired esthetic result. Learn innovative techniques from a world-renowned periodontal prosthodontist to address these challenging cases. This webinar will address unique, time saving techniques to create chair-side screw-retained provisional restorations and custom healing abutments as well as prosthetic provisional restoration techniques to capture subgingival tissue contours around anterior immediate implants. 

Crestal Approaches for Implant Placement & Sinus Augmentation

Presented by Dr. Michael Block ∙ 1 CE Credit Hour 

This webinar, presented by Dr. Michael Block, will provide a step-by-step description of how to handle sinus augmentations from a crestal approach for sinus floor thicknesses that are less than 3 mm, 4 to 6 mm, and greater than 7 mm. It will include patient selection criteria, preoperative planning, instructions on using drills with stops, navigation systems, and the use of crestal window approaches. Instructional videos will illustrate the relatively simple and minimally invasive technique and show the techniques for simultaneous sinus augmentation with implant placement. Dr. Block will also discuss the use of L-PRF to hydrate the grafts and enhance initial healing. 

Introduction to Socket Grafting

Presented by Dr. Wong – 1 CE Credit Hour


  • Extractions and bone loss
  • The benefits of socket grafting
  • Introduction to biomaterials
  • Atraumatic extraction technique
  • Basic socket grafting procedures
  • Post-operative management

Introduction to Socket Grafting: Managing Facial Bone Loss

Presented by Dr. Wong – 1 CE Credit Hour


  • Discuss the “fate of the buccal wall”
  • Introduction to guided bone regeneration
  • Choosing a barrier membrane
  • Dealing with small fenestrations
  • Managing blown-out facial plates
  • Post-operative management
  • Sequencing with implants

Introduction to Socket Grafting: Missing Facial Plates

Presented by Dr. Wong – 1 CE Credit Hour

  • Review of principles of guided bone regeneration
  • Indications for GBR
  • Incision and flap design
  • Bone graft and barrier membrane selection
  • Managing complications
  • Soft tissue considerations


Local Anesthetics Given Effectively and Painlessly

Presented by Dr. James Sanderson & Vavi Bohbot

  • How do you give a shot that doesn’t hurt?
  • Placement of the needle to assure delivery of the anesthetic in the best possible location.
  • What local anesthetics work best in different anatomical areas?
  • How much anesthesia is safe to give? 
  • How do you deal with scared patients? 
  • Management of local anesthetic toxicity


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