Implant Dentistry in Black & White for General Practicioners

Dr. J. Jerome Smith DDS & Dr. Daniel Domingue DDS

November 5-6, 2021

Acadiana Dentistry
200 Beaullieu Dr #2,
Lafayette, LA 70508

Educational Details:

CE Credits: 14
AGD Subject Code: 690

Overview:

In our ever changing and complex world, it is often difficult to focus on what works best for our practices as well as our patients when it comes from everything from office equipment to what type of composite resin or resin cement will give the best of results in terms of longevity, patient satisfaction and predictability.

In this 2 day intense course involving live surgery demonstrations of all aspects of contemporary implant therapy, Dr. Smith will show and discuss basic principles with a simplified and straightforward approach to treatment from the patient in need of a single tooth replacement to one that requires treatment in both arches. His 30 years as a practicing restorative dentist combined with thousands of implants placed over the past 25 years offers a rare insight to participants with varying degrees of restorative and surgical experience.

“Typically our course will consist of various types of surgical cases in the mornings broadcast to a large screen with macro-video projection and audio for a bird’s eye view. The afternoon sessions will cover discussions of the surgical cases as well as all types of concepts, ideas, techniques, costs, products, as related to implant treatment including discussions on bone grafting, socket preservation, cosmetic abutments and optimal treatment for edentulous patients.”

Topics Include:
* Bone grafting and immediate implant placements
* Soft Tissue augmentation
* Single tooth to full arch surgery
* Scanning for custom abutments
* CBCT imaging
* Fusion Bone Binder
* PRF (Plasma Rich Fibrin) and its role in wound healing

Learning Objectives

* Understand treatment planning aspects in their practice
* Adapt from single tooth to full arch reconstruction cases
* Simplify armamentarium when utilizing implants int their office.
* "Know their limitations" and understand the limitations of bone, implants, surgery, and grafting
* Simplify treatment planning, case presentation, and implement both phases of treatment (surgical and prosthetic)
* Cost Considerations
* Dealing with Complications

About the Instructors:

Dr. J. Jerome Smith
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Dr. Smith has practiced all phases of general dentistry for the past 40 years with emphasis on the use of dental implants for single and multiple tooth replacement for the past 35 years. He currently works with over 100 dental offices throughout the state of Louisiana on a referral basis for helping to treat patients in need of this revolutionary approach to the age old problem of replacement of missing teeth.

Education:
Undergraduate of the University of Louisiana
Graduate of the LSU School of Dentistry

Organizations:
International Congress of Oral Implantology-Diplomate
American Academy of Implant Dentistry-member
American Society of Osseointegration-member
AmericanAcademy of Dental Anesthesiology–member
American Dental Association--member
Louisiana Dental Association--member
Acadiana District Dental Association--member and past-president
Acadiana Dental Study Group-member/founder
Academy of General Dentistry-Past Continuing Education Chairman
LSU School of Dentistry Committee of 100–Member

Dr. Daniel Domingue
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Dr. Domingue graduated a 3 year Implantology residency and immediately started into private practice as a general dentist with an emphasis placing and restoring implants as as associate. Years later he partnered with Dr Smith in 20013 and currently works in conjunction with over 100 general dentists offices throughout the state of Louisiana helping place and restore single and full arch cases.

Education:
Undergraduate Louisiana State University
Graduate of the LSU School of Dentistry
Post Graduate GPR and Implantology at Brookdale Hospital in Brooklyn, NYC

Organizations:
International Congress of Oral Implantology-Diplomate and Fellow
American Academy of Implant Dentistry-Fellow
American Board of Oral Implantology--Diplomate
American Dental Association--member
Louisiana Dental Association--member
Acadiana District Dental Association--member and past-president
Acadiana Dental Study Group-member
Acadiana Southern Socitey--Founder and Member

Tuition Costs:

$1950 - Dentist
$2200 - Dentist + 1 Auxiliary (only 1 per office allowed)

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellations must be made at least 3 weeks prior to the course to receive a refund; otherwise, the deposit will be forfeited.

Schedule:

Friday Day One:
7:30am-12noon Live Surgical Cases by Drs. Smith & Domingue
12noon-1pm Lunch provided
1pm-5pm Lecture
6:30pm Evening Dinner for Participants and spouses (Location to be announced)

Saturday Day Two:
7:30am-12noon Live Surgical Cases by Drs. Smith & Domingue
12noon-1pm Lunch provided
1pm-5pm Lecture
​5pm Closing Comments

Registration and More Info:

Location:

Acadiana Dentistry
200 Beaullieu Dr #2,
Lafayette, LA 70508

Sponsors:

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Advanced Implant Education, Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 09/01/2021 to 08/31/2025. Provider ID# 392794