Registration Information for Philadelphia Dental Implant Seminar
Essentials Principles for Implant Placement
Responsible treatment planning and predictable results are essential principles for the surgical implant dentist. Join us for this Hands On event to learn basic case selection, planning, and protocol for successfully placing conventional implants in your practice. Learn how to provide for the surgical and restorative needs of your patients without having to refer them to an outside practice.
Many successful dentists place implants in their practices, in addition other common surgical and restorative techniques. Through proper training and thorough understanding of a simple system-based approach to implant placement and restoration, you too can offer comprehensive implant services for your patients, without needing to refer them to another doctor, thus allowing patients to more confidentially accept treatment, while keeping the implant revenue stream in your own practice. We also discuss best practices in patient communication to achieve strong overall case acceptance.
Seminar Location Information: Philadelphia, PA
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018
Speaker: Matthew B. Hallas, DMD
Continuing Education Credits: 7
Tuition Cost: $295
8:00am – 8:30am Registration
8:30am – 4:30pm Course Hours
Lunch and Continental Breakfast Provided
- Identifying Patients
- Treatment Indications and Contraindications
- Case Selection and Planning
- System and Procedural Protocols
- Basic Denture Stabilization Case Treatment
- Advanced Denture Stabilization Case Treatment
- Basic Crown and Bridge Treatment Options
- Valuable Practice Building Strategies
- Hands on Surgical and Demonstration of Prosthetic Procedure
Matthew B. Hallas, DMD
Matthew Hallas, DMD, joined Bay Lakes Center for Complex Dentistry after several years working with University Associates in Dentistry in Chicago, Illinois. His extensive training in the specialty of prosthodontics gives him advanced skills and knowledge of the latest technologies and utilization of dental materials including all ceramic restorations, CAD-CAM restorations, and computer guided implant surgery. Additionally, Dr. Hallas is an active lecturer for dental study groups and continuing education programs, which keeps him on the leading edge of new developments in the field of prosthodontics.
Specialty Training: University of Illinois, Chicago, Advanced Education Program in Prosthodontics
DMD: Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
Awards: 2010 American College of Prosthodontics Young Star
Memberships: American College of Prosthodontics, Chicago Dental Society
Lecturer: Speaks regularly to dental study groups and teaches continuing education courses on dental implant surgery and restorative dentistry.