Courses

Guided Surgery: Level II (On Demand Self-Paced Instruction)

$2,397.00

About

 

Registration for this self-paced instruction will provide you with access to prerecorded instructional content.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to properly diagnose when this treatment is indicated and how to identify the potential risks and pitfalls.
  • Learn what data you must obtain and how to integrate that information together.
  • Develop a systematic treatment planning approach that begins with the end result in mind that you can use for every case, every time. 
  • Understand the various full arch prosthetic options from fixed crown and bridge (FP1) to fixed hybrids and removable overdentures and how the approach will differ for each.
  • Understand the value of guided surgery and how to utilize commonly available, free software such as Blue Sky Plan and Meshmixer to generate even the most complex guide designs entirely in house.
  • Explore the surgical aspect of treatment that must be considered such as the patient’s medical history, medications, flap design, grafting and suturing.
  • Gain an understanding of immediate load protocols and ways to reduce risks and complications.
  • Much more…

 

After course completion, you may pick one of the three special offers:

 

1.  $300 discount with minimum purchase of $400 worth of Blue Sky Bio products

2. 12 Complimentary STL exports (send request to plan@blueskybio.com)

3. Additional $500 discount on any Blue Sky Bio implant starter package

 

Presented By: Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

 

Prerequisites

This course is appropriate for dentists and lab technicians that are already familiar with the surgical and prosthetic management of routine one to three implant cases.  Attendees should have already completed “Guided Surgery Level I:  Basics and Beyond” or already be familiar with Blue Sky Plan in order to get the most out of the hands-on exercise.

Computer Requirements

Ideal minimum computer specifications would be an i7 or higher processor, 32 GB of RAM, an NVIDIA 1060 (or equivalent) video card or higher.  There should be  2-4 gb of memory dedicated specifically to the video card.  

 

 

This program is half live lecture and half self-participation, designated for 18 hours of CE credit by BlueSkyBio under AGD Codes:  Implants 690

 

 

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Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to properly diagnose when this treatment is indicated and how to identify the potential risks and pitfalls.
  • Learn what data you must obtain and how to integrate that information together .
  • Develop a systematic treatment planning approach that begins with the end result in mind that you can use for every case, every time .
  • Understand the various full arch prosthetic options from fixed crown and bridge (FP1) to fixed hybrids and removable overdentures and how the approach will differ for each.
  • Understand the value of guided surgery and how to utilize commonly available, free software such as Blue Sky Plan and Meshmixer to generate even the most complex guide designs entirely in house.
  • Explore the surgical aspect of treatment that must be considered such as the patient’s medical history, medications, flap design, grafting and suturing.
  • Gain an understanding of immediate load protocols and ways to reduce risks and complications.
  • Discuss the process of creating a final restoration from both a digital and an analog approach.
  • Explore how exocad can be used to design your own final restorations .
  • Explore how you can leverage a 3d printer and a 5 axis mill to provide your patients beautiful and inexpensive restorations
  • Understand the value of photogrammetry and how it is used to give you greater accuracy in a drastically reduced time frame without the need of any conventional models or impressions
  • Complications will happen so learn the most common ones and how to manage them.
  • Utilize Blue Sky Plan software to treatment plan and generate surgical guides on a real patient’s data.
  • Complete the entire “all on X” procedure on lifelike jaw models of a real patient case.