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Dr. Donald R Murry III DMD

Level 2 Implant

Guided Planning and Placement, Crestal Sinus Lifts, 3D Printing, and Digital All on X Therapy

9AM-4PM PT

$ 495

17666 Fitch, Irvine, CA 92614

Registration

Overview

Implant tooth-replacement therapy is an ever-growing treatment choice for our
dental populations. Thankfully, the digital workflows that we’re afforded today,
utilizing Truabutment and URIS implants, are unlike any we’ve seen before as
dental professionals. The general practitioner of today must be familiar with the
parts, processes and critical steps involved in digital implant therapy
Utilizing 3D CBCT imaging, intraoral scanning, fully guided and timed surgery, as
well as virtual scan body technology, the doctor, team and patient of today, are
afforded a multitude of digital implant workflows— from straightforward single-
unit cases to esthetic anterior immediate placement and provisionalizations. But
also, using the same concepts, into guided crestal sinus augmentations and
digital All on X therapy. The possibilities are limitless.

Objectives

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Understand the difference between guided osteotomy, fully guided and fully timed surgical approaches

Conceptualize a virtual scan body as a presurgical tool to restorative success

Visualize the various prosthetic options available using Truabutment and URIS implants

Sense the power of the Trust software through hands-on demonstration

Learn the (completely delegate-able) Truabutment workflow for in-house milled or 3D-printed screwmentable implant restorations

Be exposed to 3D printed surgical guides, guide tube sleeves, and implant timing

Experience first-hand the ease and consistency of the Uris guided pylon surgical kit, as well as the crestal sinus kit with hands-on typodont placement

Increase your confidence in anterior implant dentistry, with an emphasis on immediate loading

Introduction to Angled Screw Channel (ASC) prosthetic design

Learn a pre-surgical digital approach to All on X therapy, including CBCT, IO scans, basic photography, and virtual scan bodies

Gain knowledge of Truabutment AOT PLUS multi-unit abutment workflow, including hands-on typodont provisionalization

Understand in-house production of 3D-printed nano-ceramic provisionals, and 5 axis milled monolithic zirconia definitive prostheses

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Be introduced to the Truabutment T Marker photogrammetry workflow

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PREREQUISITES

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This course is appropriate for dentists, who are planning to own a digital scanner and dental auxiliaries who are already familiar with surgical and prosthetic management with implant cases. Attendees recommended to complete Level 1 if you are starting to place implants or looking to learn the basics. Implant: Implant Placement and Restoration w/ hands on.

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CE

Subject code​

Credit Hours

Teaching Methods

In Person

690 - Implants

12

Participation

Agenda

08:30 AM - 09:00 AM

Breakfast

09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Lecture

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Lunch

01:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Hands-on Workshop

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Dr. Donald R Murry III DMD

Education

Bachelors: BA Economics University of Virginia 2006DDS/DMD: DMD Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine 2010

Professional AssociationsADA, AGD, AAID, AACA, VDA, RDS (Richmond Dental Society)

Dr. Murry is the president of a growing, multi-location, dentist-owned dental service organization in Richmond, Virginia. His clinical focus is on digital implant therapy, All on X surgical and restorative dentistry, as well as CAD/CAM chairside ceramics and 3D printed restorative, and digitally-driven straightwire and clear aligner orthodontics

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RESERVE YOUR SEAT

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