To prevent peri-implant complications, professional in-office assessment, maintenance, and home-care recommendations are vital. For long-term implant success clinicians need to detect early signs of implant complications, diagnose any complications to provide early intervention and be able to provide peri-implant treatments. This course will follow the global healthy implant initiative for ceramic and titanium implants based on Susan’s Clinical White Paper: Long-term prevention of peri-implant complications and textbook: Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist: First & Second Editions.
1.Learn the current research protocols, tools, and treatments for long-term prevention of peri-implant complications.
2.Detect: Put into practice biofilm identification, five-step protocol to assess & monitor dental implants.
3.Diagnose: Understand early intervention guidelines based on American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) peri-implant soft and hard deficiencies.
4.Treatment: Biofilm-focused titanium and ceramic implant maintenance for all forms of implant-borne restorations / prostheses and early complication treatments.
About Susan Wingrove BS, RDH :
Susan Wingrove BS, RDH. Dynamic innovator, international speaker, researcher, writer, consultant, and RDH Award of Distinction Recipient. Instrument co-designer of the Wingrove Titanium Implant Series, ACE probes, and Queen of Hearts instruments for PDT. On Oral-B Global Implant and Western Society of Periodontology Boards. Susan has 40+ years in dentistry and now specializes in sorting through the science to develop protocols for healthy teeth, implants, and disease treatment. Published author ACP Clinical Practice Guidelines Scientific Panel, Dynamics Concepts’ Blog, Doctor Clinical Implant Maintenance White Papers, American and International journals on peri-implant therapy, regeneration, and advanced instrumentation. Textbook: Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist: First and Second Editions, Wiley Oxford UK. Resides in Missoula, Montana USA