Dallas Surgical Arts CE Events

Anterior Esthetics and Dental Implants

Photo of dental implants guest speaker Paullino Castellon, DDS

  • Presented by Paulino Castellon, DDS
  • Hosted by Dallas Surgical Arts
  • Sponsored by Nobel Biocare and Dr. Randy Sanovich

October 27, 2016 • Seasons 52 NorthPark

Registration: 6:00 PM

Presentation: 6:30 pm to 8:30 PM

 

Course Summary:  

This lecture Dr. Castellon will discuss an algorithm consisting of 7 steps to approach the treatment of dental implants in the esthetic zone. An in depth analysis of the anterior maxillary region will be presented with step by step approach, clinical cases and discussion.

Course Objectives:

Understand the 7 steps involved in restoring anterior maxillary cases
Use of temporaries to develop emergence profile in anterior implants

Immediate Non Occlusal loading technique
Abutment selection and material for anterior maxillary cases

Dinner and refreshments will be provided. This is a Doctor Only Event

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Single-tooth Efficiency Model: The Business Behind Implants

Photo of Austin TX Dentist Dr. Meek
  • Presented by Mike Meek, DDS, FAGD
  • Hosted by Dallas Surgical Arts
  • Sponsored by Nobel Biocare

March 24, 2016 • Medical City Dallas • Conference Room C
Dinner and refreshments will be provided

Registration: 5:30PM – 6:00 PM

Presentation: 6PM – 9PM

Course Summary:

In this three-hour presentation, Dr. Mike Meek shares the anecdote of his decision to stop placing as many three-unit bridges as possible, and how this decision has helped to increased sales and efficiency in his general dental practice. In addition, to the practice management features of this presentation, Dr. Meek demonstrates how single-implant restorations are placed and managed within the format of a busy general practice and how this business model has impacted growth over a five-year period.

Course Objectives:

This presentation encourages the traditional surgeon/restorative dentist relationship, demonstrates “no brainer” case selection for implants versus bridges, and reinforces why this is the most efficient way for a practitioner to be involved in implant prosthetics.

3 CE Credits