Atraumatic Extraction & Ridge Preservation for General Dentists...
The New Standard of Care?
2 Full-Day Hands-on Course
February 7-8, 2020
at McGill University
Speakers: Dr. Omid Kiarash & Dr. Sara Behmanesh
Evidence based studies have demonstrated the biologically destructive process which ensues after a tooth is extracted. This natural process not only compromises the extraction site for a possible future implant supported restoration but can also compromise the support tissue around the adjacent teeth in the event they are to be used as abutment teeth for a bridge. Furthermore, an atrophic ridge underneath a pontic can lead to soft tissue concavities, which can create esthetic concerns for the patient if these regions are in the esthetic area, and discomfort from food accumulation when these pontic regions are in the posterior area of the mouth.
However, what the literature has also shown us is the majority of this naturally destructive process tends to occur within the first few weeks and months immediately after an extraction in susceptible individuals.
Ridge Preservation at the time of tooth extraction would thus be the best approach to not only minimize this adverse outcome but rather to capitalize on the naturally occurring wound healing physiology of the extraction socket to maximize bone growth.
Hence converting a “destructive/osteoclastic” event into a “bone growing/osteoblastic” one!!!
Why Should Every Dentist Attend This Course?
The Ridge Preservation course is designed for clinicians who wish to sharpen and expand their surgical skill set to a more advanced level, as well as for clinicians who simply wish to stay abreast of all the new approaches and current philosophies on hard tissue management during the extraction of a tooth and for implant site preparation.
This advanced surgical hands-on course is centered on ourteaching philosophy and approach; to merge evidence based scientific literatures and deliver it in a practical hands-on manner, making it useful and applicable to everyday practice for the general dentist.
The full spectrum of alveolar ridge preservation surgical techniques will be discussed and presented. All course participants will be provided the opportunity to perform the hands-on practicum exercises on pig jaws covering all the discussed techniques.
This course will also include implant site development and a hands-on hard tissue grafting workshop.
Top Reasons to Attend Alveolar Ridge Preservation Course for Implant Reconstruction:
In this course, you will:
Understand the key principles of ridge preservation grafting procedures with predictable outcomes.
Describe the science and art of ridge preservation grafting via unique interactive lecture discussions, video clips, hands on workshops and surgical demonstrations.
Experience a welcoming and unique environment for increasing diagnostic and surgical skill sets.
Learn not just the “how to”, but the “do’s” and “don’ts”
Build confidence and develop your skill set with the most utilized ridge preservation grafting procedures in implant dentistry.
Increase predictability and long-term stability of your bone graft and implant cases.
Key principles for evidence based predictable ridge preservation grafting.
Site specific anatomy and wound healing of the extraction socket.
Soft tissue manipulation and incision/flap design for predictable bone grafting in obtaining primary closure in every time.
Optimal sequencing of ridge preservation procedures for successful implant surgery.
Guidelines, indications and surgical protocols for ridge preservation.
Most commonly used suturing techniques for ridge preservation.
Learning surgical steps and required armamentariums for a successful surgery.
Predictable protocols for extraction site management.
Growth factor technology (L-PRF, PRGF, PDGF) in conjunction with ridge preservation.
Risk management issues/ informed consent for ridge preservation grafting.
Recognition, management and prevention of complications associated with ridge preservation grafting.
At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
Describe our method and philosophy for ridge preservation grafting and gain confidence in clinical assessment of their cases.
Comprehend the indications, guidelines and surgical steps for different methods of bone grafting.
Have a better understanding of the anatomy and the biology of wound healing and bone graft maturation.
Improve their skills in diagnosis, prevention, and management of intraoperative and post-operative complications associated with ridge preservation grafting.
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm (breakfast & lunch included)
Cost: $1,499 ** (NO TAXES)
** You will be invoiced by McGill University directly,
once you have completed registration below.
CE: 4.5hrs lecture & 7.5hrs hands-on pig-jaw practicum
*** don't forget to bring your loupes ***
EXTRA: Optional Live Surgery on Your OWN Patient(s)!!!*
Additional $950 per surgery (Saturday - April 18th, 2020)
* = available only in Montreal for ODQ licensed dentists
after the completion of the 2 full day hands-on course.
Dr. Omid Kiarash
DMD, MSD, Dip. Perio., ABP., FRCD(C)
Dr. Kiarash is the President-Elect for the Canadian Academy of Periodontology. He is also the former director of the department of periodontics, Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University. Dr. Kiarash has received the prestigious American Academy of Periodontology Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is also the founder of the "Centre des Spécialistes Dentaires Zeeba" located on the south shore of Montreal in Saint-Lambert, Quebec, where he maintains his private practice.
Dr. Kiarash is a board certified specialist. He received his Postgraduate specialty training in Periodontics, as well as his masters in Periodontics and Dental Implantology at Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Kiarash has had extensive training in full mouth rehabilitation utilizing the most advanced surgical techniques in bone grafting and dental implantology under intravenous sedation.
Dr.Kiarash has presented at many national and international conferences. His field of interest is the treatment and management of advanced periodontal diseases and recession defects. Dr. Kiarash regularly teaches live hands-on courses to other dentists on the use of more advanced surgical techniques and protocols for the management of these conditions as well as the placement of dental implants.
Dr. Kiarash is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He is the Chairman for the Predoctoral Directors Organization of the American Academy of Periodontology. Dr. Kiarash is the Study Club Director for the “Montreal Rive-Sud” ITI Study Club.
Dr. Sara Behmanesh
DDS, MS, Dip. Perio., ABP.
Dr. Behmanesh is the current President of the Montreal Dental Club, the largest English dental association in Quebec. She is also on the Executive board of the Federation of Dental Societies of Greater Montreal.
Dr. Behmanesh attended University of Maryland School of Dentistry and finished her dental training in 2008. She then pursued a 3-year post-doctoral residency program in Periodontology at the same institution. She received a certificate in Periodontology and a Master of Science in Dentistry in 2011. As a resident, she was ambassador to the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation. Dr. Behmanesh is a board certified periodontist with an advanced training in bone grafting techniques, implant dentistry and full mouth rehabilitation. She joined "Centre de Spécialistes Dentaires Zeeba” in 2013.
Dr. Behmanesh joined McGill University in 2014 as a clinical instructor, faculty lecturer and course director in the Department of Periodontics. She has received the prestigious American Academy of Periodontology Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Dr. Behmanesh is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and an active member of the International Team of Implantology. She is also a member of the American Academy of Periodontology PDO committee. Dr. Behmanesh has a passion for teaching and is involved in hands-on Continuing Dental Education courses teaching advanced surgical techniques. She is also the director of 3 Spear Study Clubs in Saint Lambert.