MasterTrack: Oral Surgery Techniques for General Dentists & Fixed Hybrid Cases — Current Trends

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Friday, July 19, 2019
Oral Surgery Techniques for General Dentists
Dr. Randy Newby, DDS

Dr. Randy Newby, DDS

Saturday, July 20, 2019
Fixed Hybrid Cases — Current Trends
Dr. Perry Brooks, DDS

Dr. Perry Brooks, OMFS

LOCATION

University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry
1201 N Stonewall Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
(Parking and Driving Directions)

20 Total CE Hours
20 hours – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – P310

PACE

Program Approval for Continuing Education
Approved PACE Program Provider

The Oklahoma Academy of General Dentistry is pleased to offer its next workshop as part of its MasterTrack® Program July 19-20 at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry.

Dr. Randy K. Newby, DDS : Oral Surgery Techniques for General Dentists

On Friday, July 19, 2019, Dr. Randy K. Newby, DDS will present a course that designed to offer participants a clear understanding of oral surgery techniques for general dentists with an emphasis on socket preservation and Guided Bone Regeneration as taught by Istvan Urban.

Friday, July 19, 2019
Oral Surgery Techniques for General Dentists with an emphasis on socket preservation and Guided Bone Regeneration

Introduction:
Techniques taught by Istvan Urban brought to you by Dr. Randy Newby

Vertical and Horizontal Ridge Augmentation: New Perspectives 1st Edition
Socket preservation or alveolar ridge preservation (ARP)
Guided bone regeneration or GBR

Membranes:

  • Cytoplast™ Non resorbable Membranes
  • Bio-Gide (resorbable membrane)

Sutures:

  • Goretex (non-resorbable) suture- CV-4, RT18
  • Glycolon (resorbable) suture- DSM 16 Black

Surgical Kit
Socket Preservation Labial/Buccal Flap Design (Open Technique)
Socket Preservation Pouch (Closed Technique)
Sinus augmentation using a crestal approach with simultaneous implant
placement

An Eight-Year Dental Odyssey in a 22 year old Patient’s Life

  • Orthodontic Treatment of a patient who is missing his maxillary
    lateral incisors
  • Provisionalizing Edentulous Sites in a Post- Orthodontic Case
  • Guided Bone Regeneration of a Post- Orthodontic Case
  • Definitive Restoration of the Maxillary Incisors of Post-Orthodontic Case

Why GBR?
Safety Flap Design when preforming GBR
Connective Tissue Grafting
Periosteo — Elastic Technique for Flap Advancement
Use of Endogain on adjacent teeth with bone loss when performing GBR

Mucogingival Considerations:

  • To re-establish correct vestibular depth
  • To provide for an adequate zone of attached gingiva

Strip Graft to Increase Zone of Keratinized Tissue
Restoring Deficient Papillae
Surgical Management of Significant Anterior Maxillary Vertical
Ridge Defects: The Classification of Anterior Maxillary Vertical Defects
Anterior Maxillary Vertical Ridge Augmentation (AMVRA) flap design
classification:
Type I: Deep vestibule and native periosteum
Type II: Shallow vestibule and native periosteum
Type III: Deep vestibule and scarred periosteum
Type IV: Shallow vestibule and scarred periosteum
Implant Uncovery
Implants for Over Dentures
Flap Design when Extracting Mandibular 3rd Molars
Use of TADs in Orthodontic Treatment

About Dr. Randy Newby, DDS

Dr. Newby founded Mount Hope Dental in 1981. He was born and raised in Wichita. He completed a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree in 1976 at Wichita State University and graduated in 1980 from Creighton University School of Dentistry. Dr. Newby is a member of the American Dental Association, Kansas Dental Association, Wichita District Dental Association, and American Orthodontic Society. He has been doing orthodontics for more than thirty years.

Dr. Perry Brooks, OMFS : Fixed hybrid cases–current trends

On Saturday, July 20, 2019, Perry Brooks, OMFS will focus on identifying patients in need of fixed hybrid prosthesis, treatment planning, current extraction techniques, entry to moderate level bone grafting, sinus lift, floor of nose lift, current technological advances with software and prevention.

Saturday, July 20, 2019
Fixed Hybrid Cases — Current Trends

Outline:

  1. Identifying candidates for fixed hybrid restorations
  2. Interpreting CBCT scans
  3. Treatment planning for immediate loading of fixed hybrids
  4. Hands-on training for immediate provisional restorations
  5. Understand how to restore the severe atrophic maxilla and mandible

About Dr. Perry Brooks, OMFS

Dr. Perry Brooks, OMFS is a native of Blanchard, Oklahoma, and completed his undergraduate work at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, with a Bachelor of Science in biology and a Bachelor of Arts in fine arts. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, afterwards completing his oral and maxillofacial residency in 1995 at the University of Miami, under the tutelage of world renowned professors Dr. Robert E. Marx, Dr. Arun K. Garg, Dr. Anthony G. Sclar and Dr. Eric R. Carlson.

Dr. Brooks is board certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, is a fellow of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, and is a physician member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

Dr. Brooks has previously lead seminars on a variety of topics within the oral and maxillofacial field including the following: contemporary dental implants, obstructive sleep apnea, maxillofacial trauma, maxillary and mandibular reconstruction, cosmetic facial surgery and odontogenic tumors of the mandible and maxilla, among others. He currently holds the position of associate clinical professor at the OU College of Dentistry. His extensive experience has permitted him to serve as oral and maxillofacial surgeon of choice for the OU Athletic Department for the past 21 years.

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