Advanced Dentistry Lecture Series
Failures and Challenges
One of the realities of clinical practice is that sometimes things do not go as planned. This curriculum helps clinicians learn how to recover when this happens but also addresses specific cases where risk factors can be mitigated. These modules cover topics such as continued facial growth, lack of restorative space for implant restorations, immediate implants, dealing with infections and more. This pathway will spark great conversations about issues that can derail optimal outcomes.
By using a combination of Study Club modules and Spear Online, clinicians are encouraged to stretch out of their comfort zone and begin to treatment plan and execute more complex cases. Learning how others have been successful, combined with support from the club leader and other members, leads to higher levels of confidence and competence.
Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization in the Esthetic Zone
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Diagnosing and Treatment Planning Endodontic Resorption
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Complex Occlusion and Multiple Implants – Case Presentation: Barry
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Challenging Single Tooth Cases – Implementation Into Everyday Practice
Sometimes a single tooth case can be as complex as a large case. This curriculum will focus on a number of scenarios in which clinicians can struggle to get an ideal result. You’ll cover topics that range from when to remove VS keep a tooth, dealing with a single central, options for holding space in younger patients, to dealing with a dark tooth in the anterior. These modules will help the group use the same comprehensive treatment planning methodology for larger cases to ensure success in these single tooth cases.
Immediacy in Implant Therapy
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Treating Significant Anterior Gingival Recession – Case Presentation: Michelle
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Treatment Options for Long-Term Provisionalization
Thursday, March 11, 2021
Wear patients present some of the most challenging treatment considerations dentists face. Fear of the severe wear case failing can cause dentists to hesitate in treatment, doubt the appropriate next step, and often just keep “watching” cases that could be treated. This curriculum will help doctors to go through a number of real-life scenarios helping doctors to better identify etiology, and create restorative plans that will last even in the most complex patients.
Treating Wear in the Bulimic Patient – Case Presentation: Sheri
Thursday, April 29th, 2021
Interdisciplinary Treatment of Dental Erosion
Thursday, May 20, 2021
Using Composite to Phase a Complete Case with Restorative and Perio Considerations – Case Presentation: Jose
Thursday, June 17, 2021
When and how your patient’s teeth meet each other can define or destroy your success. This pathway helps build on your fundamental understanding about how to create that success and avoid destruction. In this curriculum, you will explore the role of joints in occlusal schemes and when you will need additional information such as MRIs to successfully execute a case. Then you’ll spend time examining complex malocclusion such as anterior open bites, end to end and deep overbites.
Patients Who Desire An Anterior Restoration and Have A Deep Overbite
Thursday, July 22, 2021
Essential Lectures in Clinical Dentistry Series
PART I – The Foundational Curriculum
The Foundational Curriculum provides the clinician with an interdisciplinary perspective into difficult cases. It will permit you to implement a variety of tools immediately into practice. The curriculum will focus on identifying the full range of problem list and etiologies affecting each patients’ case in its unique way with the help of various specialists.
This exercise of treatment planning help improve clinicians’ diagnostic skills, develop a common philosophy, and render treatments based on the full context of diagnosed etiologies, that are effective, predictable and durable.
Beginning with seemingly-complex cases involving poorly executed treatments, each lecture will walk through the tenets of this systematic treatment planning methodology and demonstrate how this methodology should be applied to every case in order to demystify complex cases.
The philosophy is based on an interdisciplinary approach and GPs are encouraged to work hand-in-hand with their specialists.
While each lecture stands alone, it will also build on the philosophy underlying previous lectures, assisting clinicians in evaluating and planning everything from a single endodontic case or missing central incisor to complex wear cases.
Why Do Endodontic Treatments Fail? Isolating the Cause of Failure and Taking Steps to Avoid or Rectify It
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Managing Anterior Single Tooth Implants
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Endodontic Diagnosis – How to Avoid Under- or Over-treatment, and How to Avoid Endodontic Surprises after Prosthodontic Treatment
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Comparison between restoring poorly placed implants and carefully planned and well-placed implant
Thursday, December 17, 2020
Cracked teeth – Diagnosis and Treatment Options
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
PART II – Implementation into Everyday Practice
This curriculum picks up where Foundational Curriculum left off. With a common methodology for approaching complex cases, the second portion, Implementation into Everyday Practice module applies Contextual Treatment Planning to cases seen every day.
This pathway begins with one of the biggest challenges of implementation: the sequencing and phasing of increasingly complex cases.
Seminars then move on to specific issues clinicians commonly deal with when moving beyond simple or single-tooth cases.
We encourage interested individuals to participate in seminars from the Advanced Dentistry Lecture Series pathway, which involves particular cases presented by other clinicians who have implemented this Contextual Treatment Planning philosophy to grow their own practices.
By using a combination of Foundational Seminars and Advanced Dentistry Lecture Series, clinicians are encouraged to expand beyond of their comfort zones and begin to treatment plan and execute more complex cases. By learning how others have been successful, combined with support of the specialists at EOI-NYC and other seminar participants, practitioners will achieve higher levels of confidence and competence.
What Do I Do With This? Where to Start On Complex Cases
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Access Opening and Canal Location
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Access Opening and Canal Location
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Remove and Implant vs. Retain and Restore
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Fundamentals of Rotary Instrumentation
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Failed implant in the Esthetic Zone
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Workshop on Rotary Instrumentation Techniques
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Pediatric and Regenerative Endodontics
Tuesday, August 10, 2021