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2013 Course Offerings The single, most educational implant course I have ever attended! A must for every implant surgeon! Dr. Jerry D. Mancuso Billings, Montana

to blend the state of the art restorative/esthetic/surgical procedures into the

contemporary dental practice

Basic/ Intermediate Course August 2-4, 2013 Los Angeles September 6-8, 2013 Chicago September 20-22, 2013 New York

Intermediate/ Advanced Course After attending many implant courses, I felt a need for a more comprehensive, predictable approach to implant treatment. Dr. Petrungaro’s courses and techniques exceeded my expectations and without question is the best implant educational experience I have had. I have enthusiastically recommended his courses to my colleagues. The strategies I learned from him have been implemented in my practice with excellent results. Dr. Pentrungaro’s knowledge and commitment to improving and advancing implant treatment are unsurpassed! Dr. Timothy Bachman Endodontist, Seattle, WA

October 11-13, 2013 Los Angeles November 8-10, 2013 Chicago December 13-15, 2013 New York

Live Surgical Course in conjunction with University of Nevada Las Vegas September 12-14, 2013 Las Vegas

Immediate Loading Course November 22-23, 2013 San Francisco

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Implant Learning Center Comprehensive Continuum to blend state of the art restorative/esthetic/surgical procedures into the contemporary dental practice Presented by Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS & Jennifer T. Silc DDS, MS

Basic/Intermediate Course Creating and Teaching Techniques to Provide the Foundation for Esthetics in Periodontal, Implant and Esthetic Regenerative and Reconstructive Dentistry

Goals: To provide a curriculum that is unmatched in the private dental education realm To help clinicians incorporate contemporary surgical and restorative principles into their practices To incorporate surgical and restorative principles, with esthetic results in mind

18 CE Credits • • • • • • •

Diagnosis & treatment planning Basic/advanced crown lengthening Atraumatic extraction Ridge preservation Provisionalization Soft tissue grafting Root coverage procedures

August 2-4, 2013, Los Angeles September 6-8, 2013 Chicago September 20-22, 2013 New York • • • • • • •

Laser vestibuloplasty Ovate pontic formation Basic implant surgery Anterior implant esthetics Immediate denture stabilization Incisions/suturing Immediate implant restoration

Description • Case presentation • Diagnosis & treatment planning for periodontal, cosmetic, and implant patients • Biologic width management for implant, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry • Basic/advanced crown lengthening techniques • Provisionalization • Soft tissue grafting principles and techniques for teeth and implants • Incisions and suturing techniques and protocols • Ovate pontic site formation • Basic principles of bone grafting and membrane usage • Atraumatic extraction techniques • Bone grafting and ridge preservation for implant and pre-prosthetic procedures • Conventional vs. one stage implant procedures vs. immediate implant restoration

• Anterior implant esthetics • Minimally invasive implant protocols • Minimally invasive bone grafting • Immediate provisionalization techniques • Single tooth replacement • Creating and maintaining papillary contours around dental implants • Provisional contouring techniques • Fabricating esthetic provisionals to manage tissue contours, sharpen emergence profiles • Platelet rich plasma workshop • Intensive hands-on portion featuring: • Models • Incision and suturing • Bone grafting materials • Immediate implant provisional construction • Surgical stent fabrication

To educate participants and allow them to have a state of the art course with materials and aids to maximize their learning experience To build their learning experience through conventional, well established principles, and incorporate modern, state of the art procedures into the learning experience To provide a support system for our students to help them become successful at the incorporation of these techniques into their practices

Fee for Part 1 is $1795.00

18 CE Credits

Video surgical demonstration of each course and comprehensive hands-on learning


Course Faculty: Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS Jennifer T. Silc DDS, MS George Romanos DDS, Ph.D Tim Silegy DDS Presented by Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS & Tim Silegy DDS

Intermediate/Advanced Course 18 CE Credits • • • • • • • •

Advanced soft tissue grafting Lip switch procedure Advanced diagnostic aids Esthetic crown lengthening Smile design Full mouth rehabilitation Advanced closure techniques Laser vestibuloplasty

Description

• Case presentation • Diagnosis & treatment planning for periodontal, cosmetic, and implant patients • Biologic width management for implant, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry • Basic/advanced crown lengthening techniques • Provisionalization • Soft tissue grafting principles and techniques for teeth and implants • Incisions and suturing techniques and protocols • Ovate pontic site formation • Basic principles of bone grafting and membrane usage • Atraumatic extraction techniques • Bone grafting and ridge preservation for implant and pre-prosthetic procedures • Conventional vs. one stage implant procedures vs. immediate implant restoration

Fee for Part 2 is $1995.00

October 11-13, 2013 Los Angeles November 8-10, 2013 Chicago December 13-15, 2013 New York • • • • • • • •

Stem cell enhanced allogenic block grafts Advanced implant esthetics Multiple tooth implant site procedures Advanced ridge reconstruction Sinus/socket grafting Block grafting Treating failing implants GBR membrane techniques

• Anterior implant esthetics • Minimally invasive implant protocols • Minimally invasive bone grafting • Immediate provisionalization techniques • Single tooth replacement • Creating and maintaining papillary contours around dental implants • Provisional contouring techniques • Fabricating esthetic provisionals to manage tissue contours, sharpen emergence profiles • Platelet rich plasma workshop • Intensive hands-on portion featuring: • Models • Incision and suturing • Bone grafting materials • Immediate implant provisional construction • Surgical stent fabrication

18 CE Credits

Comprehensive hands on learning and video surgical demonstrations at each course


Covering Anterior Implant Esthetics/ Esthetic Soft tissue grafting Presented by Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS

Live Surgical Course in conjunction with University of Nevada Las Vegas 18 CE Credits • • • • • •

Diagnosis & treatment planning Basic/advanced crown lengthening Atraumatic extraction Ridge preservation Provisionalization Soft tissue grafting

September 12-14, 2013 • • • • • •

Ovate pontic formation Basic implant surgery Anterior implant esthetics Immediate denture stabilization Incisions/suturing Laser vestibuloplasty

Description • Case presentation • Diagnosis & treatment planning for periodontal, cosmetic, and implant patients • Biologic width management for implant, cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry • Basic/advanced crown lengthening techniques • Provisionalization • Soft tissue grafting principles and techniques for teeth and implants • Incisions and suturing techniques and protocols • Ovate pontic site formation • Basic principles of bone grafting and membrane usage • Atraumatic extraction techniques • Bone grafting and ridge preservation for implant and pre-prosthetic procedures • Conventional vs. one stage implant procedures vs. immediate implant restoration

• Anterior implant esthetics • Minimally invasive implant protocols • Minimally invasive bone grafting • Immediate provisionalization techniques • Single tooth replacement • Creating and maintaining papillary contours around dental implants • Provisional contouring techniques • Fabricating esthetic provisionals to manage tissue contours, sharpen emergence profiles • Platelet rich plasma workshop • Intensive hands-on portion featuring: • Models • Incision and suturing • Bone grafting materials • Immediate implant provisional construction • Surgical stent fabrication

Fee for Live Surgical Course is $2695.00

3 Live surgeries to view, comprehensive hands-on, and video surgical learning


Presented by Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS & George Ramonos DDS, Ph.D

Immediate Loading Course 14 CE Credits • • • • • •

November 22-23, 2013 San Francisco

• Immediate loading maxillary and mandibular arches simultaneous • All-On-4 procedures • Fixed prosthetic procedures • Esthetics and immediate loading

Advanced implant surgical protocols Initial stability of dental implants at placement Abutment selections Laboratory communication and design Advanced bone grafting protocols Immediate loading in partially and fully edentulous arches

Description • • • • • • • • • •

Case presentation Diagnosis and treatment planning Laboratory communication Referral communication • Surgeon and restorative clinician Long term success rates Flapless and fl ap procedures Pontic formation Implant placement and loading with simultaneous bone grafting procedure Creating natural appearing pontic sites Creating and maintaining papillary contours around dental implants

• • • • • •

Immediate extraction cases Simultaneous sinus elevation procedures Provisional fabrication CT guided surgical guide CT guided surgery Minimize treatment times by completing all phases of treatment at one time • Long term success rates

Fee for Immediate Loading Course is $2195.00 Video surgical demonstration


FACULTY Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS, FICD, FACD, DICOI Paul S. Petrungaro DDS, MS, FICD, FACD, DICOI graduated from Loyola University Dental School in 1986, where he completed an independent study of Periodontics at the Welsh National Dental School in Wales, U.K. He completed his residency in Periodontics & has a specialty certificate in addition to a Masters of Science degree in Periodontics from Northwestern University Dental School. He is the former Coordinator of Implantology, Graduate Department of Periodontics, NWU Dental School. Dr. Petrungaro has been in the private practice of Periodontics and Implatology since 1988, and holds a license in both Illinois and Minnesota. He has given numerous seminars and lectures on advanced periodontal, prosthetic and implant interrelationships, bone regeneration

Georgios E. Romanos DDS, PhD, Prof. Dr. med. dent. Professor and Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the Stony Brook University, School of Dental Medicine; tenured Professor for Oral Surgery and Implantology in Frankfurt, Germany; fully trained in Periodontics, Prosthodontics and Oral Surgery in Germany and in USA; Board Certified by the American Board of Periodontology; former Professor of Implant Dentistry at the NYU and Director of Laser Sciences at NYUCD; former Professor of Clinical Dentistry at the Univ. of Rochester, NY and Director of the Unit of Laser Dentistry; fellow of the International College of Dentists, the ICOI, ITI Foundation and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Edit. Board Member: IJOMI, Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, J Prosthodontics, Odontology, J Periodontol etc.; more than 250 publications and 3 books on Lasers and Immediate loading; over 500 presentations worldwide.

Jennifer Silc DDS, MS Dr. Silc received her BS in Zoology from Michigan State University, DDS from Marquette University and MS in Periodontics from the University of Michigan. She is a Diplomate in the American Board of Periodontology as well as the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Silc has done research on dental implant design and published numerous articles in the field of implant dentistry. Her memberships include the Academy of Osseointegration, Illinois State Dental Society, Michigan Dental Association, Northwest Suburban Chicago Dental Society, American Dental Association and the American Academy of Periodontology. Dr. Silc specializes in all aspects of periodontics and implant dentistry with and emphasis on cosmetic procedures.

Tim Silegy DDS Dr. Silegy is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and maintains a private practice in Long Beach and Coronal del Mar, California. He received his doctorate from the University of Colorado School of Dentistry and completed a four-year residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the King/Drew Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dr. Silegy is a fellow of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and the Southern California Academy of Oral Pathology. He has published articles in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and the Journal of the California Dental Association. He was the first oral and maxillofacial surgeon to play a prominent role on ABC’s top rated television show, “Extreme Makeover.” Dr. Silegy practices the full-scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery. His areas of expertise include management of facial trauma, hard and soft-tissue reconstruction and dental implantology. Dr. Silegy is an experienced lecturer, and has been recognized internationally for his effectiveness. He has the ability to condense large amounts of information into well organized and entertaining lectures. By blending a combination of high-tech slide presentations, simulations, audience participation and humor, he is able to keep the attention of course participants, this enhancing their educational experience.

and aesthetic tissue formation, the use of transitional implants, the immediate restoration of dental implants and the use of platelet rich plasma in bone grafting throughout the U.S., Europe, Canada, Australia, South America, and Israel. In addition, he has authored numerous articles on all of the above along with the topics of cosmetic bone grafting and aesthetic implant procedures. A consultant to numerous surgical companies and laboratories, Dr. Petrungaro contributes to many new innovations in the aforementioned disciplines of surgical dentistry. He is a fellow of the International & American College of Dentists, and a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.


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The Implant Learning Center 30 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1220 Chicago, IL 60602 Phone: 312.624.9322 Fax: 312.624.9403 It is very rare to take a 2 1/2 day class that is packed with so much useful information. Dr. Petrungaro is a high energy speaker and very passionate about implant esthetics. He teaches what works and exactly how to do it. He also shows you what doesn’t work. One week after taking the class, I placed two implants with confidence that I would have previously referred out. Brian Pradko DDS Richmond, MI

I'm now at the Lowell Inn, after another wonderful dinner and evening in Stillwater. Thank you so much for such a worthwhile and enjoyable two days. As happened before, the educational experience was unsurpassed. Your hospitality at your office and the cases that you shared were outstanding. I look forward to sharing many more educational days with you in the years to come. Your clinical adventurism, great documentation and a willingness to share and teach is exceptional. Your unique practice situations in Lake Elmo and Chicago are ones to consider in the ever changing world of periodontal practice. Dr. Kenny Levine Periodontist, Tamarac, FL

Dr. Paul Petrungaro has always been on the cutting edge of surgical dentistry and is one of the top dental educators in his field. His simplified approach to complex procedures makes his course a benefit to both the experienced and inexperienced clinician. Dr. Stephen Towns Periodontist, Indianapolis, IN

I have been to thousands of hours of continuing education during my 21 years as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. I can honestly say that your course was not only stimulating and educational but truly enjoyable! You certainly are on the cutting edge of the implant field and you have helped to change my thinking about immediate implant loading. This not only will be a great asset to my patients but will also help develop the implant portion of my practice. Dr. Edward J. Halusic Oral Surgeon, Mount Pleasant, PA

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