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Predictable Healing Using PRF/PRP Blood Concentrates

The Complete PRF / PRP/ Phlebotomy Training Course for Doctor and Staff

March 1-2, 2019 (Phoenix, AZ) • May 3-4, 2019 (Charlotte, NC) • September 20-21, 2019 (Charlotte, NC)

How, When, and Where to Use Blood Concentrates – For Enhanced Healing, Fewer Complications, Fewer Compromised Cases, and Increased Patient Satisfaction

Hands-On Training for the Entire Staff – Including Phlebotomy Techniques, Blood Concentrate Processing, Injectable PRF, and Mixing With Bone Grafting Materials

At the end of the course, participants will be able to sort through the jungle of commercially driven information to make an informed, unbiased decision on when and how to use each of the blood concentrate materials at various surgical sites.

Participants will:

• Understand the benefits and shortcomings of the various commercially available systems.
• Learn an inexpensive, scientifically proven method to enhance patients’ hard and soft tissue healing through the use of a simple centrifuge
• Experience extensive hands-on practice performing phlebotomy techniques
• Learn how dental assistants can make this easy for the doctor.
• Understand how to improve sub-epithelial connective tissue graft success.
• Learn how to decrease post-operative complications with pharmacological strategies.
• Learn how to increase revenue through patient satisfaction and referrals.

Course Dates: March 1-2, 2019

Instructor: James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD

Tuition: $2,150/doctor, $600/additional auxiliary staff

Credit Hours: 16.0 AGD PACE (4.0 additional based on optional pre-reading exam)

Venue:
Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 N 2nd St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
602-252-1234
$199/night group rate (excluding taxes and fees)
**Call hotel to book room 30 days in advance of course**

Course Dates: Session 1: May 3-4, 2019 – Session 2: September 20-21, 2019

Instructor: James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD

Tuition: $2,150/doctor, $600/additional auxiliary staff

Credit Hours: 16.0 AGD PACE (4.0 additional based on optional pre-reading exam)

Venue:
SpringHill Suites Charlotte/Ballantyne Area
12325 Johnston Road
Charlotte, NC 28277
704-817-1500
$119/night group rate (excluding taxes and fees)
**Call hotel to book room 30 days in advance of course**

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Pharmacology and Oral Medicine

Next Course Date: To Be Determined

Algorithms for the Dental Treatment of Medically Complex Patients

Participants will leave this high-energy interactive two-day course with concise and practical dental treatment algorithms for the care of medically compromised patients. Medical disease states reviewed will include: cardiovascular, endocrine (diabetes type I and II), renal, hepatic, eating disorders, peri- and post-menopausal states, and burning tongue. Management of oral surgery patients that utilize C-PAP and Bi-Pap machines for sleep disorders, and managing oral complications from cancer treatments will be reviewed. Identification of systemic disease oral signs will be discussed.

Additionally, pharmacological concerns will be addressed for patients taking medications that can affect oral health. Medications to be discussed include: anti-coagulants, anti-platelet agents, monoclonal antibodies, bisphosphonates, Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), Disease-Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs (DMARDS), selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), chemotherapeutic agents, herbal supplements, and glucocorticosteroids.

Participants will leave this high-energy course with concise and practical dental treatment algorithms for the care of medically compromised patients.

At the conclusion of this course, participants will:

• Understand treatment strategies for dental patients presenting with medical histories that include sleep disorders, endocrine, cardiovascular, renal and hepatic disease states
• Identify commonly prescribed medications that can affect dental treatment
• Understand surgical and prosthetic treatment protocols for patients taking these medications to improve outcomes
• Understand how dentists can use pharmacology to improve treatment outcomes

Instructor: James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD

Tuition: $850/Attendee

Credit Hours: 8.0 AGD PACE

Venue: TBD

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Predictable Bone and Tissue Augmentation for Implant Site Development

Next Course Date: To Be Determined

Understanding the “What, When, Where and How” of Bone & Soft Tissue Grafting

This high-energy interactive bone and gingival augmentation course is designed to provide course participants with the When-to-graft, How-to-graft, and What-to-graft-with for bone grafting procedures that are frequently necessary for ideal implant placement. At the end of this course, participants will understand the physiology of wound healing and will be able to diagnose, treatment plan and select the optimal materials for bone and soft tissue grafting with a thorough understanding of how to execute the indicated procedures.

At the end of this course, participants will understand the physiology of wound healing and will be able to diagnose, treatment plan and select the optimal materials for bone and soft tissue grafting with a thorough understanding of how to execute the indicated procedures. Course includes two hands-on model workshops and step-by-step presentations including decisions trees illustrating sinus augmentation, only grafting, tunnel grafting, socket grafting, sub-epithelial connective tissue grafts, treatment planning, tissue closure techniques, and more!

Course includes two hands-on model workshops and step-by-step presentations including decisions trees illustrating the following procedures:

Instructor: James L. Rutkowski, DMD, PhD

Tuition: $2,650/doctor, $600/additional auxiliary staff

Credit Hours: 16.0 AGD PACE

Venue: TBD

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