Dr. Alex Molinari is currently the Director of Clinical Professional Relations and Education for Neodent USA, Inc. Dr. Molinari received a PhD in Periodontics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUC-PR_BRAZIL), and a master’s degree of implantology by the São Leopoldo Mandic University(Campinas, BRAZIL). Dr. Molinari is a specialist in periodontics at the University of Santa Catarina (UFSC – Florianopolis - BRAZIL) and holds a graduate degree in implant prosthesis from the University of Sagrado Coração (USC – Bauru - BRAZIL). He formerly taught at ILAPEO in Curitiba, BRAZIL and was a Neodent consultant for 15 years. His research has been published in international journals and books about dental implants.
A 4-Part Series to Build Confidence and Deliver Predictable Patient Outcomes
The course offers a combination of in-depth didactic lectures, hands-on workshops, open discussions, and live patient demonstrations. Doctors, lab technicians, and team members will experience first-hand how to implement full arch procedures and stackable guides into their practice. The topics and techniques covered throughout the course includes treatment planning, case selection criteria, 3D imaging interpretation, guided surgical protocols, surgical tips, prosthetic treatment, implant placement, and full-arch/teeth-in-a- day conversion protocols on stackable guides. We will also cover practice management topics of insurance coding, checklists, forms, and consultations tips and how to model your practice. Hands-on workshops will include placement of dental implants as well as use of stackable guides on models. Guided, full arch surgery and pre-surgical planning is an essential part of any successful procedure. These skills are essential to the novice full arch surgeon and prosthodontist and anyone wishing to advance their skills to treat the most complicated arches.
The Atlantic Implant Institute and Dr. Adam M. Hogan, the sole owner and practitioner of Full Implant Choice, are pleased to present this one-of-a-kind business course designed specifically for full-arch doctors and practices. This course has been written and will be taught by Dr. Hogan himself. “How to 5, 10, 20+” is designed by Dr. Hogan, who has lived a private-practice journey of 20 years while making business decisions and reaping rewards or suffering losses with every decision along the way. With just an interest in implant dentistry, he started as a general practitioner running a solo practice accepting several dental insurances. Currently he operates an implant-only practice focusing on full-arch, fixed dental implant treatment. Full Implant Choice does not participate in any insurance plans but also boasts in-house, full-service laboratories turning beautiful restorations promptly. Over the past 4 years, Dr. Hogan has more than tripled implant and arch production without adding a single doctor to the practice. Come find out the secrets that may unlock your practice transformation and break the glass ceiling of stagnant annual production and routine implant dentistry.
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The course offers a combination of in-depth didactic lectures, hands-on workshops, open discussions, and live patient demonstrations. Doctors, lab technicians, and team members will experience first-hand how to implement full arch procedures with digital technology into their practice. The topics and techniques covered throughout the course includes treatment planning, case selection criteria, 3D imaging interpretation, brain-guided surgical protocols, surgical tips, prosthetic treatment, implant placement, and full-arch/ teeth-in-a-day conversion protocols. Additionally, we teach software tools for 3D printing, photogrammetry, facial scanning and digital design using exocad. We will also cover practice management topics of checklists, forms, sedation alternatives, consultations tips and modeling your practice and your office culture for full arch. Hands-on workshops will include placement of dental implants, Intraoral scanning, photogrammetry, and facial scanning for design. We teach the skills necessary to master double arch treatment without guides but with full digital workflow. These skills are essential to a full arch surgeon, GP and prosthodontist and anyone wishing to advance their skills and grow their practice past just a few arches per month.Go to course
This course is for experienced clinicians and will present multiple full arch cases with immediate loading. This course covers principles of immediate loading, pre-requisites for primary stability, pre-prosthetic prep, multi-functional guides, surgical planning, impression techniques, working with the lab, one step hybrid fitting technique, and so much more! From the theory to practice, the participants will work with models, watch a live surgery demonstration, and perform one surgery case as main surgeon and another one as the assisting surgeon.Go to course
The Atlantic Implant Institute is pleased to present this full arch, digital workflow course with live patient interaction. The course offers a combination of in-depth lectures, discussions, and live patient demonstrations.Go to course
Implant dentistry is evolving in a rather fast pace, and with it, so are the patient’s expectations regarding their clinical outcomes. With Immediate Implant protocols being a reality, today, it is important we keep updated with the current solutions available in the market and with how they can help all of us clinicians on creating more efficient protocols that are better for the patient, and also easier, faster and more profitable for our practices. To that end, understanding the various ways to restore and the prosthetic components available for tailoring your clinical solutions is key to a successful practice. Digital dentistry is also quickly becoming an important factor in our current standard of care. It is changing the economics, efficiencies and quality of dental treatment. It is not an issue of if you’re going to adopt it, but when. This program will provide an overview of the possible restorative workflows for Implants, including temporary and final restorations, analogic and digital, Implant-level and Abutment-level routes as well as discuss various Implant prosthetic solutions .Go to course
Full arch rehabilitation with dental implants in edentulous patients or with compromised remaining teeth is a highly predictable treatment. Three-dimensional position of the implants, as well as bone reduction, are crucial points for treatment success, therefore, tilted implants must be designed minimizing the extent of cantilever and avoiding the commitment of the maxillary sinus and inferior alveolar nerve. The hybrid prosthesis is the most common type of prosthesis used in this kind of treatment and minimum space is required to allocate for the prosthetic abutment, the framework and the teeth. This training aims to demonstrate the need for bone reduction, proper implant placement, proper selection of straight and/or angled abutments, and the conversion of a denture over titanium copings.
Rehabilitation with dental implants has been a predictable procedure for a long time. Patient’s expectation in receiving a treatment with immediate result has brought us big challenges and that push us to find a way to realize their need. The implant loading time has been well studied and the techniques of two surgical stages, one surgical phase and immediate and/or esthetic loading has shown high success rate. A combination of the implant design, bone quality and quantity and the sequence drill are the three most important factors to increase the possibility to achieve an ideal primary stability of the implant. A pre-plan and complement tests are critical to optimize better results in this technique. The immediate loading procedure can and should be done in full arch cases, partial, single restoration and post extractions cases.