Advanced Surgical Cadaveric Implant Course
The Advanced Surgical Cadaveric course is designed for clinicians who are actively placing implants and would like to expand and/or refine their surgical knowledge, skills and techniques. Presented at the most advanced implant training institute in the world, this course provides clinicians with a unique opportunity to practice complicated implant procedures, including regenerative techniques and immediate implant loading, and then immediately refine these techniques using robotic mannequins and fresh human cadavers.
The program updates participants on:
- Complicated implant procedures
- Regenerative techniques
- Immediate implant loading
During the Course
Breakfast and lunch are provided each day of the course. The dress code is casual throughout the course; one pair of scrubs is provided for you to wear in the lab.
What to Bring
- Each clinician should bring a case they would like to treatment plan for implant therapy. Please remember to include as many of the following items as possible: radiographs, photos, study casts, other pertinent data. The more information, the better as this will provide an opportunity to discuss the treatment plan and the expected outcome so that you can go back to the patient with all the information needed and feel comfortable presenting the treatment options. (While it is okay to bring an additional “already completed case” for discussion, questions, etc., bringing a new case to treatment plan will provide the most meaningful experience.)
- Loops, if you wear them while working.
Zimmer Institute East
10 Pomeroy RD.
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Continuing Education Units
16 contact hours. Participation.
Continuing Education at UFCD wishes to express its appreciation to Zimmer for unrestricted educational grants that helped make this course possible.
|Dates||Location||Course #||AGD #|
|September 26-27, 2013 (Thur-Fri)||Zimmer Institute East||140459||311||Call Zimmer Institute at 973-576-0032 x 28172 or email email@example.com to register. Identify yourself as a UF participant.|