Speakers

  • Dr. Dan Holtzclaw
    Dr. Dan Holtzclaw
    DDS, MS

    Dr. Dan Holtzclaw is a Diplomate of both the American Board of Periodontology and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Long recognized as one of the world’s leaders in full-arch implantology, Dr. Holtzclaw has published over 60 articles in peer reviewed journals such as the Journal of American Dental Association, the Journal of Periodontology, Implant Dentistry, the International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, and Compendium. Dr. Holtzclaw served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Implant and Advanced Clinical Dentistry for 13 years in addition to serving as an editorial board member and/or editorial reviewer for six additional dental journals.
    With over 150 main podium lectures provided at major dental conferences all over the world, Dr. Holtzclaw has been named a “Leader in Continuing Dental Education” by Dentistry Today Magazine for the past 14 consecutive years. Dr. Holtzclaw currently serves as the Director of Fixed Arch Solutions for Affordable Care, LLC, a DSO with over 360 clinics in 41 states. Dr. Holtzclaw is a proud 13 year veteran of the United States Navy who finished his naval career as the periodontist for the US Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team.

  • Dr. David Bulot
    Dr. David Bulot
    DDS, MD

    Dr. Bulot is a native of Louisiana. He attended Nicholls State University for his undergraduate studies. He received both his Doctorate of Dental Surgery and his Doctorate of Medicine degrees from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.Dr. Bulot has been trained in the full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. This includes sedation and general anesthesia, facial and cosmetic surgery, oral and facial pathology, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery, removal of wisdom teeth, and dentoalveolar surgery. He has a special interest in CT-guided dental implant surgery, full-mouth dental implant rehabilitation, and orthognathic/sleep apnea surgery.
    He earned his Board Certification in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 2013. He has a special interest in teaching the LSU dental students a comprehensive approach to the dental patient and regularly teaches at LSU Dental School. He also sponsors and leads annual continuing education courses in Baton Rouge with a special interest in comprehensive implant dentistry as well as the “Oral Surgeon Advantage” for wisdom tooth extraction.
    Dr. Bulot strives to stay on the cutting edge in all aspects of Oral Surgery and attends countless hours of Continued Education so he can bring the absolute best treatment to his patients. He also brings this knowledge back to Baton Rouge so he can teach his referring Dentists the latest techniques and technology at his local seminars.
    Dr Bulot’s dedication to excellence in all facets of Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry has received nationwide attention and he takes pride in having patients in his practice that travel from as far as Alaska and Southern Florida for his continued treatment.

  • Prof. Francesco Zingari
    Prof. Francesco Zingari
    DDS

    Prof. Zingari graduated in dentistry and prosthetics at Università degli studi di Milano. Since 2005 he is a freelancer of the maxillofacial unit at Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi in Milan and adjunct professor of prosthetics on zygomatic implants at Università statale in Milan as we as adjunct professor of implantology at Università degli studi di Parma. Prof. Zingari is an adjunct speaker at the II degree post-graduation master in digital & guided surgery and training courses in advanced implantology and anatomical dissection. He is an active member of the Digital Implant & Restorative Academy (Di&RA) & an author of national and international publications.

Location

Fort Worth, Texas, USA
HSC Fort Worth: 3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Date

Feb 03 - 04 2024
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Dental Solutions For Severe Maxillary Atrophy: Zygomatic, Pterygoid & Trans Nasal Implants

Advanced 3D Hands-On Models and Cadaver Workshop

Theory, Planning & Procedure

 

Overview:

Although they have been in use for over 30 years, Pterygoid, Trans nasal, and Zygomatic implants are one of the least understood styles of dental implant treatment. This may be due to the fact that pterygoid and Zygomatic implants are widely considered to be one of the most difficult fixtures to place in all implant dentistry.
This 2-day course will provide knowledge and guidance for incorporating this style of treatment into your full arch dental implant practice.
This course is a comprehensive, detailed, step-by-step lecture that will cover the Zygomatic and pterygoid Implants, surgical and pre-surgical planning, surgical procedures, and protocols including multiple techniques commonly used to place and restore these implants, free hands or guided.
After didactic learning about those implants, course participants will receive hands-on guidance for the placement of pterygoid Trans nasal and Zygomatic implants on both 3D models and cadavers.

Course Objectives
  • Review history of pterygoid and zygomatic implant treatment
  • Review anatomy pertinent to pterygoid and zygomatic implant treatment
  • Review indications and contraindications for pterygoid and zygomatic implants
  • Pre-Surgical workup for treatment planning pterygoid and zygomatic implants
  • Review surgical techniques for the placement of pterygoid and zygomatic implants, including using EZgoma: Zygo Guided Surgery
  • Review complications associated with pterygoid and zygomatic implants
  • Review prosthetic restorations of the pterygoid and zygomatic dental implants

 

For more information and registration, please contact Noris Medical Inc.
+1 702-749-6364 | [email protected] | www.norismedical.com

 

 

  • CE Credits Provided: 14
  • What do you get after completing the course​: Official Noris Medical Certificate / Professional materials
  • Cancellation Policy: We offer a flexible cancellation policy for our courses. If you need to cancel your registration, we ask that you do so at least one month before the scheduled course date to receive a 50% credit. If you cancel before the two-month deadline, we will provide a full credit. Unfortunately, we cannot offer any credit for cancellations made within one month of the course date, unless it is an individual case such as illness, which will be reviewed and decided by the regional manager. It is important to note that the credit for hotels is separate from the course cancellation policy. We highly recommend booking your hotel accommodations with a flexible cancellation option. This will provide you with the necessary flexibility in case of unforeseen circumstances that may require you to cancel or change your hotel reservation. For doctors who have purchased implant packages, we offer credit for product purchases only. This credit is not transferable to other products or services. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your implant package credit, please contact our customer service team for assistance.
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