Restoring Dental Implants with CEREC and TiBase
What you'll learn
- Working knowledge of how to use CEREC and TiBase to restore fully integrated dental implants in a single appointment.
- You should have a basic working knowledge of CEREC process and workflow, have access to a CEREC machine, and be willing to learn a new procedure!
This is advanced CEREC. For those of you looking to improve your CEREC game, bringing in implant restorations....SAME DAY dental implant restorations into your own dental practice, this course is for you. From just an introduction, to explanation of what pieces and parts are needed, to the step by step design process included here, to attachment of TiBase to ceramic to delivery to the completed restoration into the patient’s mouth....this is the course for you.
I designed this course to fully prepare you to step out on your own into designing your own same day implant restorations in your dental office (wether you are a dentist, dental assistant, or lab technician).
Who this course is for:
- General Dentists currently using CEREC who are looking to expand their in office repertoire of same day services.
- Dental assistants looking to improve their job marketability and value to the dental office,
- Any dental professional interested in improving their understanding of dental implant restorative processes.
- Dental lab professionals looking to learn TiBase restorations!
I feel strongly that each of us has the capacity to reach out and touch the lives of others for good. For some of us it is with the resources we are blessed with; for others it is with the talents we have and skills that we have developed. That capacity, however remains useless without the desire to serve. While dentistry has provided me a means to support my family, it has also provided me many opportunities to reach out to those less fortunate, both with regard to financial means they posses and with regard to their individual dental and orofacial health. I desire and feel obligated to give back to the profession, and to give back to the people who rely on the services rendered by our profession.
I am a family focused man. I have been married to my sweetheart since May ‘00, and we have 5 children. My wife and my children are the center of my life. I was called to serve a 2-year mission to the people of Taiwan where I learned to speak the Mandarin Chinese language. I was blessed with the opportunity to serve them in a variety of ways, and on a variety of levels.
Professionally, my focus is comprehensive oral rehabilitation and restoration. I have been trained to accomplish this through functional use of endosteal dental implant prosthetics, CAD/CAM prosthetics (CEREC etc.) and design, LASER dentistry and surgery, endodontics, orthodontics, restorative dentistry, minimally invasive dentistry , and all-ceramic treatment modalities.
My priorities when treatment planning are to facilitate individual goals with regard to long-term oral health, function, and esthetics through education, elimination of pain and infective processes, correction of inadequate or failing restorations and prosthetics, correction or alteration of the existing dentition to accommodate a functional, stable, and pain free occlusion, and replacement of missing teeth through fixed prosthetics, removable solutions, or endosteal dental implant facilitated prosthetics.
I have spent the past several years in multiple office ownership and leadership positions while working with a corporate supervisory and support architecture. I enjoy the opportunity to provide a positive and uplifting impact not only to my patients with whom I do my best to connect deeply with, but also to my coworkers with whom I spend many hours per day "in the trenches" fighting for the advancement of oral health care.
Educationally, I am devoted to passing forward the learning and experience that would facilitate ongoing improvement, foster development, and elevate service-centeredness for all those who seek out my training. I am always happy to share those learnings that I have gathered over the years to help others.
In summary: my desire to serve others, my life experience, my skills, training, clinical practice, and business experience, all combine to give me a unique perspective on the patient/doctor interaction, and afford me an innate ability to connect deeply with my patients, my coworkers, and those who I have the opportunity to educate.