2-day surgical course with Columbia College of Dental Medicine!

Minimally Invasive, Maximal Regeneration – Bone Cements as A Paradigm Shift in Augmentation Procedures

Hands-on course with live-patient surgeries

Dates: Friday, June 18 and Saturday, June 19, 2021

Location: New York City

Course Directors:
Dr. Amos Yahav, Chair, Augma Bone Cement Academy; CEO, Augma Biomaterials

Dr. James B. Fine, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Education; Chief Practice Director, Faculty Practices; Professor of Dental Medicine (Periodontics) at CUMC

Course Faculty:
Dr. Philip Kang, Director, Periodontics Postdoctoral Program; Associate Professor of Dental Medicine (Periodontics) at CUMC

Course Overview
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM) and Augma Bone Cement Academy (ABCA) invite you to participate in this exclusive 2-day hands-on, live-surgery bone augmentation course, focused on bone graft cements. Bone cements constitute a paradigm shift in maxillofacial and dental bone augmentation.
The surgical protocols are less invasive, and don’t require a membrane placement. Thereby, traditional post-operative complications due to graft exposure are completely eliminated.

Participants will learn how to confront a large diversity of bone deficient situations, from simple to complex. Special attention will be given to the parameters for success in the aesthetic zone, and how to avoid post-operative complications.

Case evaluation and treatment planning will be reviewed in depth.  You will receive a broad overview of the best treatment choices to guarantee the success and predictability of the augmentation procedure in complex cases.

The course is intended for small groups therefore the places are limited. Make sure to register early to secure your place

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Course Objectives

The key objectives of the course will help participants to

  1. Simplify the treatments
  2. Promote the healing process
  3. Improve the end result
  4. Diminish significantly the complications
  5. Decrease the overall costs.

In addition, in-depth case evaluation and treatment plan will be reviewed so that the clinician will get a broad overview in order to perform the best treatment choices that will guarantee the success and predictability of the augmentation procedure in complex procedures.

The course will cover the following clinical applications:

  • Socket grafting
  • Crest widening by lateral augmentation, bone splits, tunneling, envelop techniques, venire grafting.
  • Sinus lifts (open window, intra crestal)
  • Augmentation post cysts removal
  • Dehiscence and fenestrations
  • Periodontitis and peri-implantitis.
  • Augmentation with immediate implant placement.
Agenda

Course Schedule: 9 Continuing Education Credits awarded

Day 1: 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Morning:
Didactic Lectures with focus on science and technique
Literature review
Surgical Manual Overview
View videos of procedures

Afternoon:
Pig jaw surgery and model-based surgery

Surgical kits, sutures, material review

Day 2:  9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Morning:
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Up to 5 participants can bring a patient. In addition there will be opportunities to observe patient surgeries.

Tuition

Tuition:

$1100  Dental Practitioner

$  960  Columbia Dental Alumni

Registration is limited to 25 participants.

*Course dates and format subject to change based upon Columbia University and State of New York COVID-19 policies