We are happy to invite you to join for free the 12th Annual Osstell ISQ Symposium, live on osstellcampus.com, featuring Prof. Daniel Buser, Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes, Dr. Nicole Winitsky, Dr. Scott Ganz and Dr. Marcus Dagnelid, on September 24th.
Welcome to the Osstell ISQ Online Symposium September 24th - 5-10 PM (CET) Featuring Prof. Daniel Buser (Switzerland), Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes (Portugal), Dr. Nicole Winitsky (Sweden), Dr. Scott D Ganz
September 24th – 5-10 PM (CET)
Featuring Prof. Daniel Buser (Switzerland), Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes (Portugal), Dr. Nicole Winitsky (Sweden), Dr. Scott D Ganz (USA) and moderator Dr. Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)
Demands for optimal time to teeth need to be met through simple, objective tools and patient specific decisions. With today’s new and innovative techniques, reductions in treatment times as well as opportunities for medically compromised patients to have successful implant therapy have improved significantly. Assessing implant stability and osseointegration in an objective and repeatable way may still be a challenge and deciding when to load.
These speakers represent more than 40 years of combined experience with Osstell and the ISQ scale in clinical practice and will present and discuss the use of Osstell ISQ diagnostics in various treatment indications, illustrated by cases and clinical evidence.
Topics will include:
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Predictable implant loading protocols By Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes This lecture will be part of the Osstell ISQ Online Symposium. Thanks to the latest developments of medical technologies and simultaneous advancement of medical
This lecture will be part of the Osstell ISQ Online Symposium.
Thanks to the latest developments of medical technologies and simultaneous advancement of medical sciences, medicine became more efficient, faster, and most importantly safer. Implantology has not stay aside from the technological revolution of the 21st century. The main aim of this webinar is to present and discuss the loading protocols (delayed, early, immediate) in modern Oral Implantology, and to create guidelines for daily decisions having in consideration objective measures like the Implant Stability Quotient (ISQ) Measure, the Torque and the bone density measured in the TC/CBCT. Other factors like the medical status of the patient and the complexity of the case are also important to take in consideration. Several clinical cases are going to show how to put in practice these rules.
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How to use Osstell ISQ values to shorten implant healing periods in daily practice By Prof. Daniel Buser 1 CE credit This presentation will be part of the Osstell ISQ Online Symposium and
1 CE credit
Since the millennium change, significant progress has been made in implant dentistry to make implant therapy more attractive to patients. Among other factors, a significant reduction of healing periods or the time to load was achieved in various clinical situations. The accurate measurement of implant stability is a crucial aspect in the decision making for the most appropriate clinical procedure. Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) measuring Osstell ISQ values has been used at the University of Bern for more than 15 years, and it has become a valuable tool in daily practice. The presentation will review the various clinical applications, in which Osstell ISQ values are routinely measured, which will be documented with typical case reports.
Implants in young adults – clinic and science By Dr. Nicole Winitsky 1 CE credit This lecture is a part of the Osstell ISQ Online Symposium and will highlight both clinical and scientific
1 CE credit
The etiologies of missing teeth in young permanent dentitions are generally partial agenesia or dental trauma. In contrast to implant treatment in older patients, the challenge with young adults is that the implants are expected to be in use for a substantially longer period of time. We also know that continued facial and dental changes occur even after termination of pubertal growth and into adult life. These young adults are in need of both extensive implant treatments with fixed partial dentures and single implants. Due to great bone loss in small spaces often in combination with thin biotypes and high smile lines these treatments are often demanding and to receive good clinical results with a good long-term prognosis multidisciplinary teamwork is crucial both prior to and during treatment. Few scientific studies on long-term follow-up of single implants can be identified in the literature and even fewer targeting this group of patients. How do these treatments perform long term regarding success and survival, marginal bone levels, complications and infra occlusion in young adults? This lecture will highlight both clinical and scientific matters regarding implant treatment in this group of patients.
Do You ISQ? Everyone Should By Dr. Scott D Ganz THIS PRESENTATION WILL BE PART OF THE OSSTELL ISQ ONLINE SYMPOSIUM Implant dentistry has become mainstream dentistry to successfully replace missing single teeth,
Do You ISQ? Everyone Should
By Dr. Scott D Ganz
THIS PRESENTATION WILL BE PART OF THE OSSTELL ISQ ONLINE SYMPOSIUM
Implant dentistry has become mainstream dentistry to successfully replace missing single teeth, or to support full-arch restorations. State-of-the-art imaging modalities and treatment planning software provide clinicians with an accurate assessment of potential implant receptor sites for successful free-hand or guided surgery, yet used alone, may not be accurate in predicting when an implant can be loaded, or diagnose the health of a previously placed implant. Insertion torque values have been widely accepted as an indicator for implant stability however, these are highly subjective and may lead to premature loading. Resonance frequency analysis (RFA) and implant stability quotient values (ISQ) have been proven to provide objective measures at time of placement, and can monitor the progress of osseointegration over time.
This Webinar will address the significance and importance of acquiring ISQ values for a variety of clinical presentations.
Participants will learn:
Importance of 3-D imaging to assess implant receptor sites
Immediate or delayed loading decision tree with ISQ
ISQ as medical-legal documentation for patient records
Tracking implant health with ISQ and Osstell Connect
Join for free and earn 1 CE credit!
(Thursday) 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Panel discussion The panel discussion will feature Prof. Daniel Buser (Switzerland), Dr. Raquel Zita Gomes (Portugal), Dr. Nicole Winitsky (Sweden), led by moderator Dr. Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden). Topics will include: Questions from
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Truth or Consequences: The Necessity for Resonance Frequency Analysis in Your Daily Implant Practice By Dr. Paul S. Rosen, DMD, MS Medicine and dentistry
By Dr. Paul S. Rosen, DMD, MS
Medicine and dentistry have recently sought to provide patient care through standardized treatment algorithms based upon historic norms of wound healing. While this would make life far easier for us as clinicians, a significant number of our patients are being treated with techniques like immediate implant placement with provisionalization into extraction sockets that don’t follow traditional guidelines for healing. Even at routine sites, it seems as though a number of our patients have failed to have read the textbooks and articles that have been written about they will heal. Without objective data, we are following preconceived paths of care that may do harm to a number of our patients as to when they should be restored. This lecture will review dental implant patterns of wound healing which will include the dip, the bungee dip, and the bump. This will reinforce the need for using resonance frequency analysis and why a more personalized approach to treating all of our patients is needed if we are to expeditiously achieve optimal clinical results.
This lecture will review the need for resonance frequency analysis with dental implants since both our treatment protocols and our patient pattern of healing fails to follow preconceived norms.
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About Dr. Paul S. Rosen
Clinical Professor of Periodontics Baltimore College of Dental Surgery University of Maryland Dental School Baltimore, Maryland USA
Adjunct Professor James Cook University Dental School Cairns, Australia
Private Practices: Yardley, Pennsylvania and New York City, New York USA
Dr. Paul S. Rosen is Board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He is involved in research and lecturing on advanced periodontal and dental implant treatment, focusing on cutting edge techniques and innovative products. He is recipient of the Master Clinician Award by the American Academy of Periodontology – one of the organization’s highest honors.