Presenter: Zachary Papadakis, DDS, FAGD
Date: Sunday, September 22, 2019
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sponsored by: SGS Dental Implants
Location: 1060 Main Street, Suite 201, River Edge, NJ 07661
CE Credits: 8
AGD Code: 690
Subject: Implants Participation
*Breakfast & Lunch Included
There are many choices for every scenario of the edentulous patient, from single tooth replacement to full arch reconstructions. You must be familiar with the options that are available to the restorative dentist to deliver a restoration that looks, and functions like a natural tooth for the long term.
This course consists of three portions:
Lecture/didactic portion that will present all of the rationale, criteria, and clinical procedures necessary to perform temporization, abutment selection and selection of the type of definitive restoration.
Demonstration by the lecturer of various restorative procedures so the participants can see the actual procedures being performed on typodonts.
Hands on portion that will allow the participants to actually take impressions with different impression copings, make a custom impression coping, and see many different types of implant restorative parts. You will be able to return to your practice and get right to work performing all of the procedures with confidence.
By the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Use the concept of “restorative driven tooth replacement”
- Know the choices of abutment selection for various clinical situations
- Cement retained vs Screw retained vs Combination type restoration (Screwmentable)
- Temporization options during healing
- Options for implant supported and implant retained dentures
- Impression making techniques, open tray, closed tray and custom impression copings
- Occlusion and the dental implant
- Non surgical tissue manipulation through the use of temporary restorations.
About the Speaker
Zachary Papadakis, DDS, FAGD
Dr Zachary Papadakis received his doctorate degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 1993. He immediately entered the post graduate program in Prosthodontics and Occlusion and graduated as a Prosthodontist in 1995. He then completed in 1999 the 2 year CDE program at NYU for the Surgical and Prosthetic treatment of Dental Implants.
Dr Papadakis is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University, he teaches in the Implant Program where he is the Prosthetic Director. He is also the assistant Director of the 3rd year advanced Implant Program. Dr Papadakis has lectured nationally on Implant Dentistry as well as Removable and Fixed Prosthodontics. He holds a Fellowship in the ICOI as well as the AGD. Dr Papadakis maintains a private practice on the upper east side of Manhattan where he works full time.
Here's What Past Attendees Have Said About This Speaker
"Dr. Papadakis is an excellent teacher and is obviously very interested that attendees grasp the concepts he shares."
- Dr. Steven Sessler, Buffalo, NY
"Dr. Papadakis gave a clear and simple presentation... Very easy to follow protocols that will allow you to do this technique Monday morning."
- Dr. Tony Corello, Westfield, NJ"
"Great course, useful information I can use tomorrow in my practice, great lecturer, great depth of knowledge"
- Dr. Jake Wallach, Nyack, NY
"Great speaker - good cadance, entertaining - answered questions promptly/appropriately/respectfully"
early registration $150 off by 7/15/19
*limited to 24 attendees