Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Fudan University of Shanghai Stomatological Hospital will host a joint continuing education course featuring expert clinicians in prosthodontics, periodontics and implant dentistry. Faculty members from both schools will present clinical cases supplemented by comprehensive lectures and hands-on workshops. Download a brochure for more information, or contact Dr. David Kim.
Digital dental implant technology is evolving rapidly. You can be on the cutting edge of these advances by attending an intensive three-day workshop presented by the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterial Sciences at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. This innovative and forward-thinking continuing education course focuses on digital workflow in implant dentistry and features live patient surgeries and hands-on sessions. Attendees will be given the opportunity to develop a treatment plan and implement patient treatment from start to finish entirely with digital technology Read more about Continuing Education: Digital Workflow in Implant Dentistry
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Course participants will hear presentations from periodontists, orthodontists, and prosthodontists. They will cover different strategies for delivering safe and predictable treatments for patients requiring collaborative work from specialists in dentistry. To learn more, contact: Dr. David Kim
The treatment of partial and totally edentulous patients with dental implants has become a predictable and recommended treatment modality in contemporary dentistry. Both researchers and clinicians have made improvements on implant design, surface treatment, and surgical techniques to achieve consistent osseointegration at the bone-to-implant interface. Nevertheless, it is important to understand that innovative surgical and restorative technologies are needed to achieve the patient’s desired aesthetic outcome.
Drs. T. Howard Howell and David M. Kim from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) Division of Periodontology recently led a team of Harvard faculty to Shanghai, China to host HSDM’s first continuing education course at the Harvard Center Shanghai on October 19-21, 2015.
The Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s leadership series brings you our new CE course entitled “Essentials for the Modern Dental Leader,” taking place at the HSDM campus in Boston MA on May 2-4, 2016 for 18 CE credit hours. This course is hosted by the Department of Oral Health Policy and Epidemiology.
Course Content: The educational program for this special course is directed toward contemporary clinical and scientific knowledge regarding osseointegrated implants. Our program will range from treatment planning with a focus on the clinical decision of whether to save the tooth or replace it with a dental implant, to placing and restoring the implant on the same day. It will focus on the decision tree that helps to decide which procedures are more predictable to resolve individual problems. We expect this to be a very valuable experience and are pleased to have you visit Harvard in Read more about Continuing Education Course: A Comprehensive Guide to Advanced Implant Dentistry