Contemporary Soft Tissue Grafting

Contemporary Soft Tissue Grafting for Implant Reconstruction Top 5 Reas ons to Ta k e Contemp or a r y S oft Ti s s u e Graf ting f o r Imp l a nt R...
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Reas ons to Ta k e Contemp or a r y S oft Ti s s u e Graf ting f o r Imp l a nt R econstr ucti on:

In th i s cou r se , you will: 1. B e come pr ofic ie nt with im p la n t - b a sed sof t t i ssu e ma n a g e m e n t. 2 . U nder s t and the “why ” not ju st t h e “ h ow t o” of sof t t i ssue g r aft i n g. 3 . B ui l d confide nc e a nd de velop you r sk i ll set w i t h t h e mos t u t i l i zed s oft tissue g r a fting p r oced u r es i n i mp la n t d en t i s tr y. 4 . I mp r ove your pr ofitability w i t h i mp la n t b a sed sof t t i ssu e g r aft i n g pr oc e dur e s. 5 . I ncr eas e pr e dic tability and lon g- t er m st ab i li t y of you r bo n e g r aft cas es.

“This was an excellent course for someone who wants to take their implant practice to the next level. The material was presented in a way that makes you feel comfortable going back to the office on Monday and getting started.” Dr. Stephen Malki, GP, Oradell, NJ

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the practical application of the Pikos Institute Philosophy for soft tissue manipulation, incision design, and suturing techniques for predictable soft tissue grafting. 2. Describe the anatomy, biology, and wound healing of peri-implant tissues. 3. Understand the indications, guidelines, and surgical protocols for advanced soft tissue procedures. 4. Perform implant-related advanced soft tissue augmentation procedures. 5. Recognize, manage, and prevent complications associated with advanced soft tissue grafting.

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Pikos Institute Philosophy of oral implant rehabilitation for soft tissue therapy - “Think Outside the Bone ™”. Key principles for evidence based predictable soft tissue grafting. Site specific soft tissue anatomy and wound healing of peri-implant tissues. Soft tissue manipulation and incision flap design for predictable bone grafting. Optimal sequencing of soft tissue procedures for successful implant surgery and bone grafting. Guidelines, indications, and surgical protocols for the following: – Gingival grafts, subepithelial connective tissue grafts, and acellular dermis matrix allografts. – Development of optimal peri-implant soft tissue architecture.

Eight most commonly used suturing techniques for implant surgical reconstruction.

Soft tissue grafting protocols for esthetic zone reconstruction. Predictable protocols for extraction site management with and without simultaneous implant placement. Growth factor technology (PRGF, PDGF) in conjunction with soft tissue grafting protocols. Risk management issues/ informed consent for advanced soft tissue grafting. Recognition, management, and prevention of complications associated with soft tissue grafting.

Also Featured: • Hands-on soft tissue grafting and suturing workshop. • Live surgical demonstration cases.

“As always, felt the genuine desire to pass on important practical information learned by Dr. Pikos over years of experience and thousands of cases. Dr. Pikos doesn’t hold back - he gives freely and willingly what you may never have learned otherwise.” Dr. John Darby, Periodontist, Ocala, FL

Sinus Grafting for Implant Reconstruction Top

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Reas ons to Ta k e S i nus G r a fti ng for I mplant Reconstr ucti on:

W hen yo u pa r tic ipa te in th i s UNIQUE LE A RNING EX PERI ENCE, you will: 1 . U nd er s t and the 7 ke y pr i n ci p les f or p r ed i ct ab le si nu s b o n e g raft i n g. 2. D es cri b e the sc ie nc e a nd a r t of si nu s b on e g ra f t i n g v i a u ni q ue i nte r ac tive le c tur e d i scu ssi on , H D v i d eo cli p s, h an ds -on wor kshops a nd live su rgi ca l d emon st ra t i on . 3. L ear n fr om Dr. Pikos’ 2 5 yea r ex p eri en ce w i t h si nu s b o n e g raft i n g ( mor e tha n 10 0 0 si nu s g ra f t s p erf or med ) . 4. Exp eri enc e a war m , fr ie n d l y a n d u n i q u e env i r on men t f o r i n cr eas i ng dia gnostic and su rgi ca l sk i ll set s. 5. L ear n not just the “how t o” , b u t t h e “ w hy” a n d “ w hy no t” .

“The constant availability of the speaker and willingness to interact with the attendees is unparalleled. The marriage of evidence based material and years of clinical experience is unrivaled.” Dr. James Maxwell, OMS, Springfield, OH

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the Pikos Institute Philosophy for sinus bone grafting as they become confident with the clinical and sequential CBCT evaluation protocol. 2. Understand the indications, guidelines and surgical protocols for sinus bone grafting: lateral and crestal approach. 3. Perform sinus bone grafting with delayed and simultaneous implant placement. 4. Understand the anatomy, biology and wound healing of sinus bone grafting. 5. Recognize, manage and prevent intraoperative and postoperative complications associated with sinus bone grafting. Course Topics: • Pikos Institute Philosophy of sinus bone grafting. • Sequential 3D digital diagnostic evaluation protocol for predictable sinus bone grafting. • 7 key principles and algorithms for science based, predictable sinus bone grafting. • Biology and wound healing of sinus bone grafting. • Comparison of autografts, allografts, xenografts and alloplasts as graft materials for sinus bone grafting. • Indications and step by step surgical protocol for sinus bone grafting – lateral and crestal approach. • Comprehensive long term case presentations (10-20+years). • Growth factor technology (PRF, PRGF, PRP, rhPDGF, rhBMP-2) in conjunction with sinus bone grafting. • Risk management issues related to sinus bone grafting. • Sinus bone grafting in the presence of thickened sinus membranes, polyps and mucous retention cysts. • Comprehensive recognition, management, and treatment of intraoperative, early and late postoperative complications. Also Featured: • Hands-on sinus graft workshop. • Live surgical demonstration cases.

“Mike, thanks a million times over for teaching us the pouch technique on sinus grafting. I am here to tell you it makes sinus grafting so much more enjoyable knowing I have an out if I have a membrane tear.” Bill Cohen, Perio, St. Louis, MO

Advanced Bone Grafting: Alveolar Ridge Augmentation

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Reasons to Ta k e A d v a nced B one G r a ft i n g

I n th i s u ni que bone g r afting cou r se, you ’ ll come t o: 1 . Un der s t and the 6 ke y pr inci p les f or p r ed i ct ab le a lveola r r i d g e b on e g rafting. 2 . Di s cover the sc ie nc e a nd a r t of a lveola r ri d ge b on e g ra f ti n g v i a un i qu e inte r a c tive le ct u r e d i scu ssi on , H D v i d eo cli p s , l ive su rg er y d em onstr ation, a n d h a n d s- on wor k sh op s. 3 . Lear n f r o m Dr. Pikos’ 3 1 yea r s of b on e g ra f t ex p eri en ce . 4 . E xp eri en ce a unique le ar n i n g env i r on men t f or i n cr ea si n g yo u r su rg i cal skill se ts. 5 . Lear n n ot just the “how-to” , b u t a lso t h e “ w hy” a n d t h e “ w hy n ot . ”

“Your seminars are a magnificent combination of high science, large amounts of practical information, and innate decency presented as fine art. The one-on-one effect is great, much better than the large meetings. Thank you!” Dr. Clyde Marlow, OMS. Macon, GA

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the practical application of the Pikos Institute Philosophy for alveolar ridge augmentation, advanced hard tissue augmentation, incision design and suturing techniques for predictable implant rehabilitation. 2. Understand the indications, guidelines, and surgical protocols for alveolar ridge bone grafting procedures. 3. Perform implant-related alveolar ridge bone grafting procedures. 4. Describe the anatomy, biology, and wound healing of alveolar ridge bone grafting procedures. 5. Recognize, manage, and prevent complications associated with alveolar ridge bone grafting. Course Topics: • Pikos Institute Philosophy of oral implant rehabilitation for alveolar ridge bone grafting. • Sequential 3D digital diagnostic protocol to evaluate hard tissue donor sites and post graft recipient sites. • Key principles and algorithms for science based, predictable alveolar ridge bone grafting. • Site-specific hard tissue architecture and wound healing as it relates to advanced bone grafting and case success. • Clinically significant anatomic variables for autogenous, allogeneic, and xenograft bone grafting. • Evidence-based data from 20-year retrospective and prospective mandibular block graft studies. • Biomechanical principles consistent with reverse tissue engineering of bone grafts. • Indications and surgical protocols for extraction site management, ridge expansion, GBR, allograft particulate grafting with resorbable barriers, and autogenous block grafting. • Growth factor technology (PRF, PRGF, PRP, rhPDGF, rhBMP-2) in conjunction with bone grafting protocols. • Risk management issues / informed consent for advanced bone grafting. • Recognition, management, and prevention of complications associated with bone grafting. Also Featured: • Hands-on bone graft workshop. • Live surgical demonstration cases.

“This is absolutely the most organized course I have ever attended. The amount of information disseminated was equal to a 5-day course!” Dr. John Carson, Periodontist, Fair Oaks, CA

Guided Full Arch Immediate Implant Reconstruction: A Comparison to All-On-4

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Reas ons Y ou D on’t W a nt to M i ss This Unique G ui d ed S ur g er y Cour se

1. Become comfortable diagnosing and virtual treatment planning full arch immediate implant reconstruction cases. 2. Learn a unique, digitally planned, fully guided protocol for full arch immediate implant reconstruction that maximizes communication among the surgical, restorative and laboratory team members. 3. Learn how to minimize chair time and maximize profitability with this unique interdisciplinary approach. 4. Learn the indications and SEVEN advantages of a unique digitally planned guided surgery protocol vs. the conventional conversion denture surgery protocol (All-on-4®) for full arch immediate implant reconstruction. 5. Discover the importance of knowing both nSequence® Guided Prosthetics™ and All-on-4® full arch immediate reconstruction protocols.

“Recognizing my bias as a surgeon, I feel the message of “none of us are as smart as all of us” was invaluable. Encouraging the interdisciplinary aspects of treatment for these complex, comprehensive cases was excellent. I appreciated the overview of the surgical techniques and picked up multiple pearls to apply to my own practice. It was also great to become more familiar with the prosthetic aspects of the cases in order to facilitate increased efficiency for the restorative doctor and ultimately better care for patients. Thanks!” Dr. Thomas Kolodge, OMS, McMinnville, OR

This interdisciplinary course will focus on the integration of surgical, restorative and laboratory disciplines, combined with the nSequence® Guided Prosthetic™ digital technology, to provide a seamless approach for totally guided full arch and full mouth immediate implant reconstruction. This unique, nSequence® Guided Prosthetic™ protocol is a digitally planned, fully guided protocol that includes placement of implants, components and a patient specific prefabricated, computer guided, monolithic PMMA bar supported provisional prosthesis for both edentulous and dentate arches. As a result of Guided Prosthetic™ planning, exceptional, predictable esthetics and function can be achieved. Indications and the step-by-step clinical protocol for this approach, as well as those of the All-on-4® approach, will be featured. Comparison with, and advantages of, this nSequence® Guided Prosthetics™ protocol vs. the All-on-4® conventional conversion denture protocol will be addressed in detail. Live Surgery and a comprehensive Hands on Workshop are included.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to: 1. Describe the practical application of the Pikos Institute Philosophy for computer guided surgery and prosthetic management of the implant site. 2. Apply the concept of reverse tissue engineering for soft and hard tissue augmentation. 3. Determine the appropriate patient specific surgical guide system for computer guided implant cases. 4. Recognition, management, and prevention of complications associated with 3D-based surgery.

“This was a phenomenal course. Anyone serious about considering implant supported prosthetics as an addition to their service mix should do this course. This course is a must and one will not regret it.” Dr. Varghese P. John, GP, Sugar Land, TX “I really enjoy Dr. Pikos’ teaching style. His use of repetition with lecture, color handouts, video, hands-on, and live surgery all help to reinforce the topic(s).” Dr. Derek Fleitz, GP, Panama City, FL “Great course for anyone to learn conventional All-on-four and the even better version of the completely guided approach. The guided version takes the surgery from guessing on what you are going to use to know what you are going to use.” Dr. Jason Selman, GP, Huntsville, AL

Registration Form

2016-2017 Course Schedule Two Day Courses (16 CE Hours) Three Day Courses (23 CE Hours) Four Day Courses (31 CE Hours) Soft Tissue Grafting for Implant Reconstruction April 20 - 22, 2017 – Tuition: $4900 Sinus Grafting for Implant Reconstruction - 16 credit hours November 7 - 8, 2016 – Tuition: $3300 March 9 - 11, 2017 – 4Tuition $4900 Advanced Bone Grafting November 9 - 12, 2016 – Tuition: $6800 March 29 - April 1, 2017 – Tuition $6800 Guided Full Arch Immediate Implant Reconstruction (Same Day Teeth®) - 23 credit hours September 1 - 3, 2016 – Tuition: $5500 January 19 - 21, 2017 – Tuition $5500 April 6 - 8, 2017 – Tuition $5500

Cancellations must be made at least 30 days prior to the course to receive a refund; otherwise a $1000 deposit will be forfeited. A $100 administrative fee will be charged for each change made within 30 days of the course. Pikos Institute reserves the right to refuse registration and to cancel or modify the conference without prior notice. Customer Travel Costs: Pikos Institute is not responsible for reimbursing prepaid (including non-refundable) customer travel costs. It is recommended that customers who elect to incur travel costs for a training course, schedule and purchase airfare and hotel accommodations with this in mind.

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