AGD Member : $1,950.00
Non-AGD Member: $2,495.00
AGD Member Day 1 Lecture Only: $395.00
Non-AGD Member Day 1 Lecture Only: $495.00
10% Discount when you register before January 17, 2020. Use code “EBD07” at check out.
Dr. Thomas Eshraghi
Dr. Amit Punj
Dates and Location:
Friday, Apr 17, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 18, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Return for Case Presentation
Sunday, September 29, 2020: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
13333 SW 68th Parkway, #1
Tigard OR 97223
8 Lecture Credit Hours or 32 Participation Credit Hours
Surgical Implant Placement; More Best Practices
Instructor: Dr. Thomas Eshraghi
This course will provide a thorough review of the didactic aspects of surgical implant treatment planning and placement. It will review differences in implant surfaces/designs and appropriate selections for given circumstances. You will also learn the use of surgical and radiographic guides and their importance with proper CBCT FOV selection. The course will highlight elements of surgical anatomy, flap design, custom abutments, provisionals, digital impressions and digital laboratory workflow, guided surgery and peri-implantitis treatment options.
· Learn implant treatment planning and appropriate case selection
· Understand important anatomic considerations
· Understand CBCT interpretation in regards to implant planning and review of anatomic variations
Treatment Planning Challenging Implant Restorations
Instructor: Dr. Amit Punj
This course will ensure that you are restoring your patient’s implants while applying the most current standards of practice. It will include assessment, planning and temporization techniques for immediately placed single and multiple implants. Participants will also learn how digital workflow can simplify and enhance the final outcome. Finally, Dr. Punj will discuss the complexities of treatment planning for the future that includes planning ahead to intercept failure and combine treatments. Hands-on activities will focus on restorations.
Be familiar with best practices for implant restorations
Understand how to deliver implant restorations using a digital workflow
Learn to recognize and manage complex implant treatments
About the Clinicians:
Dr. Eshraghi received his Bachelor of Science degree from Portland State University in 2002, and both his DMD and Specialty Certificate in Periodontics from Oregon Health and Science University in 2006 and 2009 respectively. Dr. Eshraghi is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and maintains private practices in Beaverton and Tualatin, OR. He remains affiliated with OHSU as an assistant professor and actively teaches advanced surgical skills including implant placement. He is passionate about teaching and is pioneering the use of advanced computer aided technologies such as CT scans, CAD/ CAM guided surgery and 3D printing into the practice of periodontics.
Dr. Punj received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from India and earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University School of Dental, Medicine, Boston. He practiced general dentistry for a number of years before completing a Certificate program in Prosthodontics from Montefiore Medical Center /Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York City. He also has a Masters in Clinical Research degree from OHSU School of Medicine. Dr. Punj is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, a Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists and a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. Currently, he is Assistant professor and clinical director in the department of restorative dentistry at OHSU SOD. He also has a practice dedicated to implant dentistry.