Dr. Arguello has made and impact in the dental industry in the last 15 years in the fields of business management, technology development, research and academics. He continues to collaborate with other specialists and industry leaders, locally, nationally, and internationally for the constant improvement of the profession in benefit of patient care.
Dr. Uzel has published several peer-reviewed papers and book chapters on both basic science and clinical applications of periodontics and taught for several years at Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where she served as the Clinical Director of Postdoctoral Periodontology. She is currently an Assistant Professor and Director of Research Education at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
This comprehensive course will offer an in-depth view on the new advances and simplification process in implant dentistry and will present new easily applicable work-flows and concepts to protect the bone cells during implant placement; this process will help in more predictable osseo-integration. Furthermore, new easy to apply De-novo surgical protocols will be described step by step in the pre-prosthetic, surgical and post implant insertion phase including hands free protocols as well as new affordable and predictable and easy to follow technologies on 3D guided implant protocols
Artificial intelligence in dentistry is a new field to dental community. This course will also include an in-depth view of the existing artificial intelligence technologies available to the dental field today. This technology if deployed in the dental practices will maximize the accuracy in diagnosing for the general practitioner as well as chair-side efficiency and case acceptance. Learn how this affordable technology can be applied to your dental practice today either in general dentistry or specialty practice.
A third and final phase is the hands-on training and the application of all these technologies and surgical protocols that will allow you to import them directly into your clinical practice.
Please note that this is the only course of its type in the dental industry today and the technologies discussed and applied have been a privilege of key opinion leaders until now.
Clinicians will learn new information in Artificial Intelligence and how this affordable technology can easily be applied in the dental practice to maximize diagnosis, time efficiency and case acceptance.
Clinicians will be able to understand the damage caused by traditional drilling protocols in implant placement and how to overcome those challenges through new drill bit designs.
Participants will be able to learn, practice and adapt new thought processes while performing implant surgery either prior to, during or post implant placement for more predictable outcomes.
Participants will learn the use of CBCT and new simplified work-flows on 3D guided implant surgeries and other new applications of the CBCT technology in the field of dentistry
Participation: Credit Hours - 13
AGD Code: 690, 310
Dentist In Person Rate: $1600
TUSDM Faculty: $1440
Tufts Alumni: $1440
Current Dental Students: $1200
Staff (observation in person for both days): $300
Remaining Seats: 18
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