Below are the past courses through E.C.I.I.

695-The Fixed Detachable Prosthesis:

Surgical/Prosthetic Considerations

Presentation by: Dr. Brian J. Jackson, DDS, Diplomate- ABOI/ID Fellow- AAID


Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 – Sold out

Overview

2 Million dental implants are placed annually throughout the
world and an exponential number have been placed in the past
40 years. As a result, all clinicians are faced with the
responsibility in the management of simple to complex
complications in daily practice. This program will discuss and
present the evidence supporting implant failures and provide an
understanding for diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment
as the basis for long term positive outcomes.

Objectives

  • IMPLANT FAILURES
    Understand the research associated with implant failures.
  • PROTOCOLS
    Learn step by step procedures to treat complications.
  • TREATMENT STRATEGIES
    Comprehend treatment strategies associated with prosthetic and
    surgical procedures.
  • “THE SPECIFICS”
    Bone, biomechanics, regions of the mouth and prosthetic
    materials.

690-Implant Complications – SOLD OUT

Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment to Enhance Long Term Outcomes

FULL DAY COMPLICATIONS SEMINAR

Presentation by: Dr. Brian J. Jackson, DDS, Diplomate- ABOI/ID Fellow- AAID

Overview

2 Million dental implants are placed annually throughout the
world and an exponential number have been placed in the past
40 years. As a result, all clinicians are faced with the
responsibility in the management of simple to complex
complications in daily practice. This program will discuss and
present the evidence supporting implant failures and provide an
understanding for diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment
as the basis for long term positive outcomes.

Objectives

  • IMPLANT FAILURES
    Understand the research associated with implant failures.
  • PROTOCOLS
    Learn step by step procedures to treat complications.
  • TREATMENT STRATEGIES
    Comprehend treatment strategies associated with prosthetic and
    surgical procedures.
  • “THE SPECIFICS”
    Bone, biomechanics, regions of the mouth and prosthetic
    materials.

Friday, October 30th, 2020

Tuition $595.00 (After August 1st)
Early Bird Discount $525.00 (Before August 1st)
Study Club Member $500.00

8:30am – 5pm

Turning Stone Casino and Resort
5218 Patrick Rd Vernon, NY 13478

8 CE CREDITS

Interested?

Contact Us
Tel. (315) ­922-2176
education@bostonmaxicourse.com

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Course 690 marketing flyer

695-The Fixed Detachable Prosthesis:

Surgical/Prosthetic Considerations

Presentation by: Dr. Brian J. Jackson, DDS, Diplomate- ABOI/ID Fellow- AAID

BOSTON MAXICOURSE- DENTAL ASSISTANT DAY

February 21, 2020 | Friday 8am-5pm

Harvard Club of Boston
374 Commonwealth Ave, Boston MA 02215

The Dental Assistant Program is designed to expand your team’s knowledge concerning dental implant procedures and set ups. Please join us and register your assistant today!

The program will focus on how to incorporate implants into your practice and to develop a high case acceptance.

TOPICS:

  • Financial policies/options
  • PRP/PRF setup
  • Surgical set up for implants
  • Implant equipment sterilization/maintenance
  • Implant information (implant inventory, selection of implants, etc.)
  • Diagnostic/Consultation appointment
  • Pre/Post-operative instructions
  • Practice management patient handouts

Overview

The implant surgical “Live” experience provides doctors the opportunity to observe or perform dental implant procedures. The ECII facility has state of the art imaging (CBCT), Surgical suite, video with audio monitors in operating room and a remote viewing area to visualize all aspects of the live experience.

Synopsis

Conventional and Immediate implant placement are long established and evidence based approaches to implant therapy.The program will present case ­ based learning with the observation of “Live” surgery. Case presentations with videos will demonstrate basic and IIPP protocols.

Dates: April 4 2020

Friday: Didactic, case presentations, “Live” Surgery Basic – PRP/PRF 8am – 4pm

Saturday: “Live” Surgery – Immediate Implant placement with Provisionalism (IIPP)IIPP – PRP/PRF 8am ­- 4pm


Objectives:

At the completion of the program, the participant will:

  1. Understand immediate implant placement and provisionalization (IIPP) protocols
  2. Be able to implement the procedure immediately into their practice
  3. Demonstrate the entire protocol via a “hands on” exercise on typondant models
  4. Observe the IIPP process via “live” surgery
  5. Develop treatment choices based on “decision tree” presented for various clinical scenarios
  6. Demonstrate “live” platelet rich plasma/fibrin preparation and utilization

Synopsis

The two day immediate implant placement and provisionalization (IIPP) program is designed to educate the dentist in a scientifically proven and clinically adventageous procedure.  This intense program, “springboards” the clinician’s ability in streamlining single tooth replacement in as little as two patient visits.  The didactic, “hands on” and “live” surgery observation concept of learning reinforces retentions and implementation.  The program focuses on a major process that can positively enhance patients’ lives with exponential financial growth for the practitioner.  This is accomplished by less patient visits, higher referrals, and ideal esthetic outcomes.

Curriculum: Two Day IIPP Program

Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization (IIPP)

“The Next Level Up”

IIPP is an evidenced based approach to resolve a non-restorable tooth. It marries extraction, implant surgery, impression and restorative procedures into only 2 appointments with 1 surgery.

The process incorporates minimally invasive means coupled with platelet concentrates to enhance healing and positive outcomes. This 1 day program explains the science, protocol and treatment considerations. It is the basis for incorporating IIPP into your practice.

Friday Session:

Day 1: Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, NY

Lecture/”hands on”/demonstration

AM Session  8:30 am-12:00 pm

  • Surgical/Prosthetic Protocols- Type I socket, multi-rooted teeth
  • Case presentations
  • CBCT evaluation

PM Session:   1:00 pm-4:30 pm

  • Hands on: IIPP central incisor, PRP/PRF Development/demonstration
  • Lecture: Type II sockets (3:00 pm-4:00 pm)
  • Case presentations- Advanced

Saturday Session:

Day 2: Dr. Jackson’s Private Office

2534 Genesee St, Utica, NY  | East Coast Implant Institute

  • “Live” surgical suite
  • Video monitor- surgical suite
  • Video/audio monitor- remote site
  • Visual and audio area
  • CBCT

8:00 AM -10:30 AM:
Case presentation (live patient) “live” surgery- IIPP

  • “Live” PRP/PRF phlebotomy, preparation, utiliazation

11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Review protocols, infection management, decision trees

  • Questions/Answers

Date: April 13, 2017– SOLD OUT  |  Date: April 27-28, 2018 – SOLD OUT

 

Fixed-detachable prosthesis “The Full Arch Solution”

September 7, 2018 – SOLD OUT

As the population ages worldwide, individuals with hopeless teeth or who are completely edentulous will increase. The fixed detachable prosthesis is a predictable implant approach to manage this group of patients. Scientific research has demonstrated high success rates over the long term. Several areas of discussion existconcerning treatment planning, technology, surgery and prosthetics. The 1 day program will address the science, areas of discussion, CBCT protocols and exhibits the clinical aspects through case reports. A hands on component including surgical placement, as well as multi-unit and prosthetic principles.

After the participants complete the program they will:

                      • Understand the science that supports the fixed detachable prosthesis
                      • Comprehend the areas of discussion and how it relates to clinical protocols
                      • Learn the protocols for the “all on X” to successfully perform the procedure
                      • Develop an understanding of patient management through case presentations.

Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization (IIPP) “Advanced Case Management”

October 12,13, 2018 – SOLD OUT

The immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization (IIPP) approach is a scientifically proven method for the management of hopeless teeth. The advanced program focuses on educating, the practionior on more difficult cases. Sinus augmentation, PRP/PRF and multiunit case presentations will be highlighted. The program will have hands-on and live surgical component to demonstrate the IIPP approach.

Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization- “Basic and Live Surgery”

This 2 day immediate implant placement and provisionalization (IIPP) program is designed to educate the dentist in a scientifically proven and clinically advantageous procedure. This intense program “springboards” theclinician’s ability in streamlining single tooth replacement in as little as 2 patient visits. The didactic, hands on and LIVE surgery observation concept of learning reinforces retention and implementation. The 2 day program focuses on a major process that can positively enhance patient’s lives with exponential financial growth for the practitioner. This is accomplished by less patient visits, higher referrals and ideal esthetics outcomes.