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2022 UWSOD Graduate Prosthodontics Annual Ralph Yuodelis Lectureship

June 10 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm PDT

$99.00 – $399.00

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2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship: Dentists
June 10, 2022 | In-person at the Washington AGD Global Educational Center
$ 399.00
43 available
2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship: Staff/Technicians
June 10, 2022 | In-person at the Washington AGD Global Educational Center
$ 299.00
43 available
2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship: Students/Residents
June 10, 2022 | In-person at the Washington AGD Global Educational Center
$ 99.00
43 available
2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship (Virtual Meeting): Dentists
June 10, 2022 | Virtual Meeting (Zoom)
$ 399.00
Unlimited
2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship (Virtual Meeting): Staff/Technicians
June 10, 2022 | Virtual Meeting (Zoom)
$ 299.00
Unlimited
2022 Prosthodontics Lectureship (Virtual Meeting): Students/Residents
June 10, 2022 | Virtual Meeting (Zoom)
$ 99.00
Unlimited

Contemporary Protocols in Implant Dentistry Integrating Digital Technology into your Restorative Practice

Speakers: 

  • Edmond Armand Bedrossian DDS, MSD, FACP
  • Van Ramos, Jr. DDS, FACP
  • Russell Deal, DDS
  • Alan Sutton, DDS, MS

Date: June 10, 2022
Time: 9:00 — 4:00 PM PT
Location: Washington AGD Global Educational Center, 19415 International Blvd, #410 SeaTac, WA 98188
CE Hours: 6 Hours
Tuition:

  • Dentists: $399
  • Staff/Technicians: $299
  • Students/Residents: $99
Important Note: Because this is a fundraiser event, no refunds will be offered.

VIRTUAL MEETING ACCESS

This virtual meeting will be available in the Washington AGD Learning Portal.

  • Log in at https://washingtonagd.org/my-account/
  • Click ‘My Courses’ from the Account Dashboard
  • Click ‘2022 UWSOD Graduate Prosthodontics Lectureship’

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Donate to UWSOD Graduate Prosthodontics

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  1. Click 'Donate Now'
  2. Use “Search” for “Graduate Prosthodontics Program and Student Fund”
  3. Select “Add To My Gifts”
  4. Click on “Donation Amount”

Meet Your Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Dr Edmond Bedrossian

Edmond Armand Bedrossian

DDS, MSD, FACP

Alumni Graduate Prosthodontics
Department of Restorative Dentistry
University of Washington School of Dentistry

Dr. Bedrossian is a board-certified prosthodontist and currently practices in his hometown of San Francisco. He received his DDS from the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2015 and completed the advanced prosthodontic residency program and received his master’s degree at the University of Washington, where he is currently an affiliate assistant professor. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and has authored publications on removable prosthodontics and treatment planning for the fully edentulous patient. He has nationally and internationally lectured on implant and prosthetic dentistry. He co-founded D365; a social media application providing a networking platform for dental students, residents and dental practitioners.

Contemporary Protocols in Implant Dentistry
Integrating Digital Technology into your Restorative Practice

As materials and workflows evolve into the digital realm, clinical practices may be enticed to embrace digital technology into their practices. As technology has shown to provide efficient and predictable treatment, fundamental knowledge of implant analog principles is imperative for a successful treatment outcome. This seminar will focus on the restorative aspects of implant dentistry, with a focus on traditional principles as well as implementing digital workflows for treatment planning, design, and manufacturing processes. We will walk through how to implement a digital workflow for various treatments, as well as review the current literature to support and rationalize when and how digital technology can or should be used. Cases from single unit implant therapy to digital dentures, to complete arch implant supported prostheses will be thoroughly examined in depth, demonstrating how a contemporary dental practice may implement digital technology for treatment planning, converting, and restoring the definitive complete arch implant prosthesis.

Learning Objectives:

  1. The traditional analog principles of restorative implant dentistry will be examined and how they lay the foundation for today’s digital world.
  2. The attendee will walk away with a confident knowledge of restorative materials and their indications for both the single unit implant prosthesis as well as for more complex multiple unit and full arch implant prosthesis.
  3. An emphasis will also focus on digital workflows for treatment planning, case design, and guide fabrication for the placement and restoration of single and multiple unit cases. The attendee will walk away from this program with an understanding of the various digital workflows available to practitioners today, including laboratory produced treatment plans and surgical guides as well as various chair-side and other collaborative options.
  4. Attendees will have the opportunity to review an A-Z workflow for the planning, converting and restoration of a complete arch implant prosthesis.
Dr Van Ramos Jr

Van Ramos, Jr.

DDS, FACP

Director of Graduate Prosthodontics
Department of Restorative Dentistry
University of Washington School of Dentistry

Dr. Ramos is an Associate Professor and the Director of Graduate Prosthodontics at the University of Washington. He recently retired after 30 years of active-duty service from the United States Army Dental Corps where he was the Prosthodontic Residency Program Director and the Prosthodontic Consultant to the Surgeon General of the Army. Dr. Ramos received his D.D.S. from the University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston in 1985 and his certificate in the Advanced Education Program in Prosthodontics from Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 1994. He is a Diplomate of The American Board of Prosthodontics and a Fellow in the American College of Prosthodontists.

Increasing Occlusal Vertical Dimension: How To Be Predictable

The goal of this presentation is to teach the clinician a standardized methodology to appropriately change the occlusal vertical dimension for a patient with worn dentition.  To apply this methodology, the clinician must also consider a particular occlusal philosophy and set patient expectations based on the results of a standardized facial evaluation.  These topics will also be discussed within the presentation.

Learning Objectives:

After this presentation, the clinician should be able to:

  1. Describe and apply an appropriate occlusal philosophy for wear patients.
  2. Describe the single factor that controls the increase in OVD.
  3. Describe the process used to replicate intraorally what was done on the articulator.

Russell Deal

DDS

Graduate Prosthodontics Resident
Department of Restorative Dentistry
University of Washington School of Dentistry

Dr. Deal is a Graduate of the University of Washington Prosthodontic department. He also completed his DDS at the University of Washington. He is the 13th recipient of the David H. Wands. He will be practicing prosthodontics full-time in Bellevue, Washington.

Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning - Sequencing a Complete Mouth Rehabilitation

This lecture will provide both analog and digital methods to treatment plan a severe wear patient in need of a full mouth rehabilitation. Interdisciplinary communication and timing of appointments amongst multiple specialties will also be addressed. An example case sequencing from a wax-up to delivery of definitive restorations will be shown.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Establish proper problem list, diagnoses, and treatment plan.
  2. Discuss proper communication with various colleagues in different specialties.
  3. Establish proper sequencing to treat a full mouth rehabilitation in manageable steps.
Dr Alan Sutton

Alan Sutton

DDS, MS

Director, Maxillofacial Prosthetics Services
Associate Professor
Department of Restorative Dentistry
University of Washington School of Dentistry

Dr. Alan Sutton received a Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) from Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas Texas, in 1985. Upon graduation from dental school, Dr. Sutton began his active-duty Air Force career, first duty station at Hanscom AFB, MA. He served three tours: Hanscom AFB, MA; Rhein-Main AB, Germany, and Randolph AFB, TX before being selected for the prosthodontics residency in 1994.  He completed his Air Force Prosthodontics Specialty Training at Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, Texas, in 1997.

He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics, and American College of Prosthodontics, as well as a member of the American Dental Association and the International Academy of Gnathology. Dr. Sutton was previously a Professor USUHS and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UTHSCSA Dental School. 

Additionally, he was the Chairman, ADA Standards Committee on Dental Products, Subcommittee 9.66, Scanning Accuracy of Dental Chair-side and Laboratory CAD CAM systems that developed and finalized ADA/ANSI Standard 132. Recently, he was a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine and Director, Occlusion II course and the Advance Prosthodontics course.

Currently, Dr. Sutton is the Director, Maxillofacial Prosthetic Services for the PNW and an Associate Professor at the University of Washington School of dentistry and a faculty member for the Prosthodontics Residency program.

Maxillofacial Prosthetics Overview

Presentation with review aspects of oral cancer and prevalence, then review various maxillofacial prosthetic procedures.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the prevalence of oral cancers.
  2. Understand the surgical and adjunctive treatment alternatives.
  3. Review various maxillofacial prosthetics for the treatment of cancer, congenital defects and acquired defects.

Help Out by Making a Direct Donation

Donate to UWSOD Graduate Prosthodontics

Instructions:

  1. Click 'Donate Now'
  2. Use “Search” for “Graduate Prosthodontics Program and Student Fund”
  3. Select “Add To My Gifts”
  4. Click on “Donation Amount”

Details

Date:
June 10
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm PDT
Cost:
$99.00 – $399.00

Organizer

Washington Academy of General Dentistry
Phone:
(206) 212-4969
Email:
info@washingtonagd.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Washington AGD Global Educational Center
19415 International Blvd, #410
SeaTac, WA 98188 United States
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Phone:
(206) 212-4969
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