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In-Person

Real World Full Mouth Rehabilitations

Huntsville, AL | May 27-28, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Every dentist has a practice full of patients that are in need of full mouth, comprehensive treatment. However, there are many challenges that prevent dentists from providing this needed service: Where do I start? How do I present the need for treatment and get patient acceptance? How can I work within the patient’s budget? Can we stage the treatment over time?…..

This course will cover all aspects of the full-mouth rehabilitation process to make it predictable and efficient for every restorative dentist. We’ll show you a systematic approach that will enable you to reduce your risks and ensure that you can meet the patient’s expectations before doing any irreversible treatment. Further, we’ll show you how to achieve beautiful and functional results that fit within most patients’ budgets.

In-Person

3D Printing Bootcamp for Dentists

Birmingham, Alabama | June 3-4, 2022 | Dr. Chris Griffin

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
How to Cut Through the Confusion and Learn Your Best Options for Setting Up Your 3D In-House Dental Lab
How to Position Yourself as the Go-To Dentist for Advanced Services in Your Area without Bragging or Unseemly Marketing
Learn How 3D Printing Gives You Complete Control Over Most of Your Lab Flow
Discover the Sequence to Diagnose Today and Deliver Digital Dentures Today or Tomorrow
How to Leverage Current Trends and Bring Clear Aligner Therapy In-House at a Fraction of Your Current Lab Cost
How to Quickly Fabricate Surgical Guides for Implant Cases to Greatly Improve Patient Satisfaction
The Essential Equipment and Steps to Get Rid of Your Messy Stone Lab and Transition to 3D Models Once and For All

In-Person

Digital Aligner Bootcamp

Alsip, IL | June 10-11, 2022 | Dr. Matthew Standridge

COURSE OBJECTIVES
- The role of orthodontics in a general practice
- Screening and diagnosis
- Taking proper records and photography
- Systematizing how to think about orthodontic planning
- Explaining the different modalities of treatment available today
- Develop a criterion for cases to understand what to treat and what to refer
PUnderstanding the biomechanics of aligner therapy

In-Person

Guided Surgery Level II: Full Mouth And All On X Implantology

Huntsville, AL | June 24-25, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Learning Objectives

Understand how to properly diagnose when this treatment is indicated and how to identify the potential risks and pitfalls.
Learn what data you must obtain and how to integrate that information together.
Develop a systematic treatment planning approach that begins with the end result in mind that you can use for every case, every time.
Understand the various full arch prosthetic options from fixed crown and bridge (FP1) to fixed hybrids and removable overdentures and how the approach will differ for each.
Understand the value of guided surgery and how to utilize commonly available, free software such as Blue Sky Plan and Meshmixer to generate even the most complex guide designs entirely in house.
Explore the surgical aspect of treatment that must be considered such as the patient’s medical history, medications, flap design, grafting and suturing.
Gain an understanding of immediate load protocols and ways to reduce risks and complications.
Much more…

In-Person

Digital Dentistry 2.0 Smile Design Hands On

Westfield, NJ | June 25, 2022 | Dr. Paul Zhivago

This course is teaching you how to design, coordinate and motivate patients for an esthetic treatment on the highest level in 3D dentistry.

Attendees of this Digital Dentistry 2.0 course will:

- Learn how to use digital tools to aid in treatment planning and guided surgery

- Explore possibilities for digital treatment planning using ZBrush and Sprint Ray

- Work with a scanner, a 3D Digital Printing machine, and its' software

- Learn digital workflows concerning restorative and esthetic dentistry, temporaries and implant temporaries, esthetic reduction guides, 3D printed hard and soft appliances

In-Person

Facially Driven Digital Dentures

Huntsville, AL | July 8-9, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Learning Objectives:

Learn the ideal methods for impressing soft tissue to minimize adjustments.
Understand how to quickly find the ideal vertical dimension of occlusion.
Discuss the principles of smile design, tooth selection, and facially driven positioning.
Explore how facial scanning can drive ideal tooth positioning.
Discuss the pros and cons of several pieces of equipment used in the digital denture workflow such as desktop scanners, intraoral scanners, facial scanners, 3D printers, and milling machines, and see them used during the course.
Develop a workflow to expedite the process of denture fabrication so you can consistently deliver a final denture in 2 to 3 appointments.
Discuss the different software available for digital denture design such as Blue Sky Plan, Exocad, and 3shape.
Hands-on computer exercises for designing dentures in multiple software.
Explore the different approaches for making conventional dentures vs. immediate dentures.
Learn the various material options available for dentures and their strengths and weaknesses.
Learn efficient methods of fabricating dentures including 3Dprinted dentures, milled dentures, and conventionally processed dentures.
Understand how full arch implants can improve patient satisfaction and the restoration of mandibular locator overdentures.
Review indications for unsplinted attachments vs. a bar overdenture.
Learn bonding protocols for bonding denture teeth to denture bases.
Hands-on practice of Adding Pink Composites to Dentures
Demonstration of the complete process of both printing and milling of try in dentures and final dentures
Learn a novel approach to making digital dentures that allows you to accomplish master impressions, VDO, bite records, and an aesthetic try-in during the patient’s first appointment.

In-Person

Digital Dentistry: Advanced Restorative and Digital Dentures

Gilbert, Arizona | July 30, 2022 | Dr. Matthew Ross

Digital Prosthetic Dentistry is an an advanced course in prosthetic digital dentistry. You will learn how to incorporate into your practice digital dentures, waxups and snap-on smile designs for emotional buy-in. This is a hands-on course working on computers in BlueSkyBio Software, and designing dental prosthet

In-Person

Basics Of Exocad

Huntsville, AL | August 12-13th, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Learn how to harness one of the most powerful CAD programs for dentistry! Whether you are interested in designing crowns for same-day delivery, dentures to print or mill for immediate or long-term use, or full-arch implant hybrid restorations, Exocad can do this and much more. Join us to learn the basic functions and navigation of this robust software. Each participant will have access to a training version of the software compliments of Evolution Dental Lab. This is a hands-on course where you will learn how to design a number of different dental restorations. Online participation will only be allowed for those with Exocad dongles.

In-Person

Guided Surgery: Basics & Beyond

Huntsville, AL | September 9-10th, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

This one of a kind, hands-on course will cover all aspects of full arch implantology utilizing a completely digital workflow.



Learning Objectives

Learn the basics of the Blue Sky Plan software
Understand the principles of 3d printing
Explore the differences and pros/cons of DLP printing vs SLA printing
Learn to generate simple surgical guides
Create Soft tissue supported full arch guides
Learn to make single tooth restorations that could be printed or milled
Explore digital waxups
Learn to process printed objects for use
Explore the differences between intraoral scanners and desktop scanners and use them
Develop a data management system for digital files
Learn the treatment planning principles for dental implants
Medical evaluation of implant patients and the biology of implant success.
What to look for in Implant design and selection.
Understand the different file types for guided surgery, how to acquire, and manage.
Much more…

In-Person

Real World Full Mouth Rehabilitations

Huntsville, AL | October 14-15, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Every dentist has a practice full of patients that are in need of full mouth, comprehensive treatment. However, there are many challenges that prevent dentists from providing this needed service: Where do I start? How do I present the need for treatment and get patient acceptance? How can I work within the patient’s budget? Can we stage the treatment over time?…..

This course will cover all aspects of the full-mouth rehabilitation process to make it predictable and efficient for every restorative dentist. We’ll show you a systematic approach that will enable you to reduce your risks and ensure that you can meet the patient’s expectations before doing any irreversible treatment. Further, we’ll show you how to achieve beautiful and functional results that fit within most patients’ budgets.

In-Person

Digital Dentistry: Guided Surgery 3 and All-On-X

Gilbert, Arizona | October 29, 2022 | Dr. Matthew Ross

Advanced Surgical and Restorative Dentistry is an an advanced course in surgical and restorative digital dentistry. This course represents the pinnacle in digital restorative dentistry, focusing on full-arch and complex surgical cases. This is a hands-on course working on computers in BlueSkyBio Software, designing surgical guides and complete prosthetics.

In-Person

Facially Driven Digital Dentures

Huntsville, AL | November 11-12, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Learning Objectives:

Learn the ideal methods for impressing soft tissue to minimize adjustments.
Understand how to quickly find the ideal vertical dimension of occlusion.
Discuss the principles of smile design, tooth selection, and facially driven positioning.
Explore how facial scanning can drive ideal tooth positioning.
Discuss the pros and cons of several pieces of equipment used in the digital denture workflow such as desktop scanners, intraoral scanners, facial scanners, 3D printers, and milling machines, and see them used during the course.
Develop a workflow to expedite the process of denture fabrication so you can consistently deliver a final denture in 2 to 3 appointments.
Discuss the different software available for digital denture design such as Blue Sky Plan, Exocad, and 3shape.
Hands-on computer exercises for designing dentures in multiple software.
Explore the different approaches for making conventional dentures vs. immediate dentures.
Learn the various material options available for dentures and their strengths and weaknesses.
Learn efficient methods of fabricating dentures including 3Dprinted dentures, milled dentures, and conventionally processed dentures.
Understand how full arch implants can improve patient satisfaction and the restoration of mandibular locator overdentures.
Review indications for unsplinted attachments vs. a bar overdenture.
Learn bonding protocols for bonding denture teeth to denture bases.
Hands-on practice of Adding Pink Composites to Dentures
Demonstration of the complete process of both printing and milling of try in dentures and final dentures
Learn a novel approach to making digital dentures that allows you to accomplish master impressions, VDO, bite records, and an aesthetic try-in during the patient’s first appointment.

In-Person

Guided Surgery Level II: Full Mouth And All On X Implantology

Huntsville, AL | December 2-3, 2022 | Drs. Cory Glenn, Benjamin Kellum and Bryan Kariya

Learning Objectives

Understand how to properly diagnose when this treatment is indicated and how to identify the potential risks and pitfalls.
Learn what data you must obtain and how to integrate that information together.
Develop a systematic treatment planning approach that begins with the end result in mind that you can use for every case, every time.
Understand the various full arch prosthetic options from fixed crown and bridge (FP1) to fixed hybrids and removable overdentures and how the approach will differ for each.
Understand the value of guided surgery and how to utilize commonly available, free software such as Blue Sky Plan and Meshmixer to generate even the most complex guide designs entirely in house.
Explore the surgical aspect of treatment that must be considered such as the patient’s medical history, medications, flap design, grafting and suturing.
Gain an understanding of immediate load protocols and ways to reduce risks and complications.
Much more…

Online Course

Step-by-Step 3D Printing Your Own In-Office Clear Aligners

Online Course | On Demand | Dr. Melissa Shotell

This innovative and exciting covers diagnosis and treatment planning, how to get started with clear aligner laboratories, the differences in technology, step-by-step clinical procedures from taking records to delivering aligners and monitoring your patients until case completion. This course includes the “Fast Track Clear Aligners” entire curriculum including: the basics to getting you started with clear aligner treatment using traditional and digital methods for recording taking, step-by-step clinical and laboratory workflows, insurance/billing and growing your clear aligner practice through innovative marketing strategies. In addition, this online course features in-office 3D printing in-office (DIY) clear aligners. Create your own branded in-house clear aligners by designing and 3D printing your aligner cases. We teach you the secrets, step-by-step on how to set-up your cases (or outsource setup!) and then 3D print models for aligners, vacuum forming aligners, and then finishing and delivering them to the patient!

The clear aligner course is eligible for up to 33 hours of continuing education credits.

Online Course

All On X Full Arch Guide Course

Online Course | On Demand | Implant Educators

Design guides and temporaries for immediate load all On X cases!


Learn how to design and print surgical guides and temporary hybrids for All on X immediate load cases. Gain the knowledge to plan cases from the prosthetics perspective and simplify restorative procedures. Design, print and deliver using free software and low cost 3D printers. Participants must have previous experience with BlueSky plan software.

Questions?

If you have any questions please post the question to the Blue Sky Support Group