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Brinton, Clark PIC 10.20

Dr. Clark Brinton

Clark Brinton graduated OHSU School of Dentistry as 2013 class valedictorian after training under Dr. Stanley Malamed in IV sedation during 3rd and 4th year. He served four years in the National Health Service Corps across rural New Mexico where he honed oral surgery skills and moonlighted providing IV sedation, 3rd molar and dental implant services. Clark practices in Portland, Oregon where he co-founded the Arvory Group which owns and manages 10 dental offices and a dental marketing group. Clark co-owns Hero Dental Lab to meet the growing and complex implant restorative needs inside and outside his practices. He continues as an unrecovered CE addict, constantly attending and teaching implant courses. Clark is a faculty member of the Dental Success Network over implantology.

Current Courses

  • Hybrid Full Arch Dental Implants -Hands On and Live Patient + Online

    Hybrid Full Arch Dental Implants -Hands On and Live Patient + Online

    Prior to the course, attendees will gain access to an online course portion where they will be able to view two days of recorded lecture with comprehensive didactic training and recorded surgery. The course covers treatment planning, surgery, conversion, prosthetics and complications management.

    November 11-12, 2022, Beaverton, Oregon
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    • Dr. Clark Brinton
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  • Sinus Lift Course - Hands-on and Live Patient

    Sinus Lift Course - Hands-on and Live Patient

    Prior to the course, attendees will gain access to an online course portion where they will learn techniques for crestal and lateral sinus lift techniques in addition to simple and predictable bone grafting techniques. The in person course portion will focus on hands-on practice on models and animal specimens using freehand and guided approaches to sinus lifting. Predictable and straightforward bone augmentation techniques will also be taught and practiced. Each attendee will perform or observe a crestal sinus lift on a live patient using the osseodensification bur technique.

    December 09-10, 2022, Beaverton, OR
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    • Dr. Clark Brinton
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  • Full Arch And Digital Design Workflow

    Full Arch And Digital Design Workflow

    The course covers full arch treatment planning, surgery, conversion, prosthetics and complications management. We will discuss and practice both analog and digital surgical and prosthetic workflows.

    October 12-15, 2022, Wailea, Hawaii
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    • Dr. Clark Brinton
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Past Courses

These courses have already passed.

  • Full Arch Dental Implants: Hands On and Live Patient

    Full Arch Dental Implants: Hands On and Live Patient

    Prior to the course, attendees will gain access to an online course portion where they will be able to view two days of recorded lecture with comprehensive didactic training and recorded surgery. The course covers treatment planning, surgery, conversion, prosthetics and complications management. We will discuss and practice both analog and digital surgical and prosthetic workflows. The in person component will include hands-on practice on models. Each course participant will have the opportunity to observe or perform a full arch surgery on a live patient and do a same day conversion, as well as assist other course attendees.

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  • Sinus Lift: Grafting- Hands on Models

    Sinus Lift: Grafting- Hands on Models

    Prior to the course, attendees will gain access to an online course portion where they will learn techniques for crestal and lateral sinus lifts in addition to simple and predictable bone grafting techniques. The in person course portion will focus on hands-on practice on models and animal specimens using freehand and guided approaches to sinus lifting. Predictable and straightforward bone augmentation techniques will also be taught and practiced.

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  • Single Implant - Hands on Models

    Single Implant - Hands on Models

    Learn the biology of the dental implant/ patient interface. Understand dental implant and prosthetic biomechanical forces. Learn treatment planning considerations as they relate to medical history and the clinical exam. Learn to interpret 2D and 3D radiographic imaging when planning cases. Understand dental implant surgical workflows and intraoperative considerations. Learn effective prosthetic workflows for restoring dental implants.

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  • Learn with Clark Brinton, DMD of Hero Dental Education

    Learn with Clark Brinton, DMD of Hero Dental Education

    This program features several different two- and three-day classes that are offered by Hero Dental Education and presented by Clark Brinton, DMD. In just a few days, attendees can experience hands-on classes with live patients or models. Classes can range from a Hands-on Accelerated Full-Arch course to an Intermediate Sinus Grafting/GBR Surgery with a live patient! Course attendees spend their time learning treatment methods that are based on best practices, research and are optimized for clinical and financial success in a busy general practice. Hero Dental Education is a Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit.

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