Hosted by: Parkview Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
- 1. Build competency and team work with your network of specialists and labs.
- 2. Learn to effectively build comprehensive treatment plans that increases predictable outcomes of implant cases.
- 3. Improve patient communications that lead to increased case acceptance.
- 4. Network with colleagues and subject-matter experts to expand your skills and grow your practice
This 4-part treatment planning mini-residency program is designed to dramatically increase the number of implant procedures you perform in your practice and improve the quality and longevity of final restorations. You will also gain the confidence to treat all patients in a more comprehensive manner, improving patient oral health and the financial well-being of your dental practice.
|Speaker:||Dr. Stefan Piché|
|Dates:||September 20, 2019 |
*Please invite key staff members to attend Session 1 only
November 15, 2019
November 16, 2019
February 7, 2020
Registration is for all four sessions
|Registration:||8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.|
|Time:||9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|Location:||Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton|
1224 Upper James St.
Hamilton, ON L9C 3B1
|CE Credit:||7 hours per session for a total of 28 at the completion of the course. Staff attend Session 1 only and receives 7.0 CE Credits.|
|Tuition:||$1,495 + VAT Payable to Straumann|
Staff registration is complimentary
SESSION 1: IMPLANTS , HOW, WHEN & WHY?
Friday September 20, 2019
- Introduction to the Mini Residency Program
- Rationale for Dental Implants
- Discovering Implants Patients within your Practice
- The Art of Communication
- Proper Fee Setting to Profit with Dental Implants
- Patient Selection and Medical Considerations
- Proper Case Work Up for Treatment Planning
SESSION 2,3: THE ART OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT PLANNING
Friday November 15, 2019 & Saturday November 16, 2019
- Treatment Planning Simple to Complex Implant Cases
- Interdisciplinary Comprehensive Planning of all cases presented
- Learning the Total Team Approach to Success: why proper planning involves input from Surgeon, Restorative Dentist, Orthodontist, Endodontist, Lab, and Implant Company.
SESSION 4: SUCCESSFUL IMPLANT PROSTHETICS
Friday February 7, 2020
- Treatment Plan Additional Cases
- Restorative Procedures for Multiple Implant Cases
- Anterior Implant Restorative
- Full Arch Restorative Procedures (Step-by-Step)
- Occlusion and Implant Dentistry
About the Speaker:
Dr. Stefan Piché graduated with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan College of Dentistry in 2000. He joined the private practice of Dr. Richard Kovach, who first started restoring dental implants in 1986. Dr.Dr. Stefan Piché provides all types of general dentistry, focusing on full mouth reconstruction and implant restorations. Dr. Stefan Piché restores more than 150 implants per year. He is an ITI member, has been an active member in Academy of Osseointegration since 2000 and has completed advanced occlusal studies at the Dawson Academy. Dr. Stefan Piché has lectured across Canada for Straumann and is active in the local ITI study club.