17feb9:00 am4:00 pmThe Role of the Dental Professional in the Treatment of the Diabetic Patient & The Single Tooth Implant: The Ultimate Esthetic Challenge
Course Title: The Role of the Dental Professional in the Treatment of the Diabetic Patient & The Single Tooth Implant: The Ultimate Esthetic Challenge Presenter: Dr. Daniel Pompa Date: February 17, 2017
Course Title: The Role of the Dental Professional in the Treatment of the Diabetic Patient & The Single Tooth Implant: The Ultimate Esthetic Challenge
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Pompa
Date: February 17, 2017 (Friday)
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST
Location: QCDS Headquarters, 86-90 188th Street, Jamaica NY
Meals: Light Breakfast & Lunch
As the prevalence of diabetes continues to increase in the United States, so too will the number of dental patients affected by the disease. Almost one third of our senior population will develop Diabetes. One out of three of these seniors will be undiagnosed. This lectures is specifically geared for the Dentist and Dental Hygienist.
This presentation addresses the relationship between oral health and diabetes and will discuss the practitioners role with management considerations for the patient with diabetes. An overview of diabetes will be discussed as well as its oral manifestations, consequences, and treatment recommendations.
The single tooth implant may be one of the most difficult challenges dentists face, with possible unforeseen outcomes. The past few years have brought a paradigm shift, as guidelines for the surgical and restorative approach have changed dramatically. Fine tune your workup to create a result that is as close to a natural replacement as possible. We will focus on the latest advances incorporating evidence-based data. Participants will review a unique sequential treatment planning approach which can result in successful outcomes.
Emphasis will be given to the use of 3D treatment planning as it relates to the diagnostic workup and the use of computer guided surgery. Multiple provisional options and/or interim Hawley prosthesis appliances will be reviewed to attain ideal esthetic results. Long term follow-up will be shown as it relates to these approaches.
- Define diabetes and differentiate between each type:
- Review the role the Dentist and Dental Hygienist have in early detection for the diagnosis of diabetes
- Describe the signs and symptoms of uncontrolled diabetes mellitus
- Identify the risk factors and systemic complications of diabetes
- Discuss the oral complications and management considerations for the dental patient with diabetes
- Explore the use of platform switching and when and where to use it
- Identify the “Top 10” rules for a successful esthetic outcome
- Determine when to use immediate vs. delayed placement of implants
- Understand the principles of CT guided treatment planning
- Describe multiple provisional options for maximizing esthetic results
Dr. Daniel Pompa graduated from New York University College of Dentistry in 1978. Dr. Pompa then completed a General Practice Residency at Long Island Jewish Hospital, followed by specialty training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Lincoln Hospital, New York Medical College. In 1982, he became a Fellow of The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and in 1992 a Fellow in The International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Pompa has been a guest lecturer at both Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and New York University College of Dentistry and is now a guest faculty at NYU College of Dentistry. Dan has lectured extensively, including at the Academy of Osseointegration, the International Interdisciplinary Congress on Craniofacial and Skull Base Surgery, and has presented at the annual Greater New York Dental Meeting numerous times throughout the years. In November 2013, Dr. Pompa became a Seminar Series Speaker/Consultant for the American Dental Association. Dr. Pompa is an author, having published in such journals as the Journal of the American Dental Association and Dentistry Today, where he has also been listed as a “Leader in Continuing Education.” Dan is also an inventor, having been issued a U.S. Patent for his innovative work in the field of Dental Implantology.
ADA Members & their staff: $95
Non-ADA Members: $195
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(Friday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm EST
86-90 188th Street, Jamaica NY