iDEAL

Implant Dedicated Esthetic Alliance Lectures

Mini-Residency in Restorative Implant Dentistry

2021

Royal Oaks Country Club | Dallas, Texas

About the Program

Bruce R. Ouellette, DDS | Visiting Faculty

Dr. Ouellette received his dental degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Ouellette is Visiting Faculty for advanced continuing dental education at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas.

 

Dr. Ouellette maintains a full-time private practice focusing on occlusion, aesthetics, implant reconstruction and TMJ in West Palm Beach, Florida. Dr. Ouellette has a financial relationship with Dental CE Solutions and Zimmer Biomet for speaking engagements.

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Successful implant dentistry is the result of a team effort. The best outcome is realized when each member coordinates his/her effort with the other. when given the opportunity to train and practice together, synergism naturally occurs. This is the fundamental approach driving the iDEAL Mini-Residency in Restorative Implant Dentistry. Join us for four lectures taught by Dr. Ouellette that focus on the basics as well as the developing techniques of dental implant restoration. This gives us the opportunity to improve the standard of care in dentistry and stay up-to-date with the vast changing future of implant dentistry.

Our mission is to provide the education that provides dentists with the skills and the level of confidence to effectively implement implant dentistry into a restorative dental office.

Session 1

EVALUATING YOUR PATIENT’S NEEDS

The initial contact and interaction with any patient is crucial in developing an effective doctor/patient relationship. The entire dental TEAM must ensure that patients are properly educated and informed of all the treatment options available. This session will cover patient consultations from the first phone call to the initial patient visit through the treatment planning consultation and referral to the surgical specialist.
  • Identifying Dental Implant Candidates
  • Defining the Roles and Responsibilities of All Team Members
  • Crown & Bridge Dentistry vs. Implant Dentistry
  • Consulting Effectively with Patients to Achieve Case Acceptance
  • The Case Work-Up & Treatment Planning Requirements

*Session One focuses on TEAM building. Your Treatment Coordinator and Hygienist are invited to attend.

JANUARY 29, 2021 | 8am – 4pm

Course Location:
Royal Oaks Country Club
7915 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231

Session 2

THE ART OF COMPREHENSIVE IMPLANT TREATMENT

Proper treatment planning is the first vital step in achieving predictable outcomes. This session will focus on the diagnosis and planning of multiple cases worked-up by the participants of the course. Cases from all participants will be discussed in detail.
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of the Partially and Totally Edentulous Patient
  • Understanding the Biologic Principles Involved in Achieving Aesthetic Results
  • Step by Step Sequencing of Various Clinical Cases, Implant Mapping and Surgical Considerations Treatment Planning Participant Cases.

MARCH 26, 2021 | 8am – 4pm

Course Location:
Royal Oaks Country Club
7915 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231

Session 3

SUCCESSFUL IMPLANT PROSTHETICS

When restoring dental implants, every clinician is faced with many choices. This session will discuss the restorative options available and why you would choose one over another.
  • Restorative Procedures for Multiple Implant Cases
  • Impression Procedures and Techniques
  • Cement vs. Screw-Retained Options
  • Abutment Selection in Implant Dentistry
  • Case Updates and Treatment Planning Additional Cases

AUGUST 20, 2021 | 8am – 4pm

Course Location:
Royal Oaks Country Club
7915 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231

Session 4

OCCLUSION AND PROBLEMS IN IMPLANT DENTISTRY

Occlusal schemes, delivery procedures, force control, and material selection for the final restoration may be lust as important for long term treatment success as the steps taken in the planning process. This session will discuss the important factors involved with finalizing implant cases.
  • Occlusion in Implant Dentistry
  • Delivery Procedures
  • Problems and Complications
  • Case Updates and Treatment Planning Additional Cases

OCTOBER 1, 2021 | 8am – 4pm

Course Location:
Royal Oaks Country Club
7915 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75231
John Wallace,John Gannon, Steven Sherry, Paul Lee

John D Wallace DDS MD • John W Gannon DDS • Steven D Sherry DDS MD • Paul Y Lee DMD

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General Information

All sessions will be held in the Oak Room at the Royal Oaks Country Club.
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Royal Oaks Country Club

7915 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75231
214-691-6091

TUITION INFORMATION

$1800

Includes 28 Continuing Education Credits, Prosthetic Kit, and Patient Education Models.
Course Contact Information

Emma Boyd
Direct: 214-989-6310
emmaboyd@oralsurgerydfw.com

Maddie Gangi
Direct: 214-989-6295
maddiegangi@oralsurgerydfw.com