Saturday, March 23, 2019

 “Dynamic Surgical Navigation for the Precise Placement of Dental Implants” - A Hands-On Course Featuring Trace Registration and Including Live Surgery

Welcome! If you would like to take part in our event, please fill in your details in the form below and process your payment on the following page.

 

Instructors: George Mandelaris DDS & E. Todd Scheyer DDS MS

 

Date: Saturday, March 23, 2019

Time: 8:00am-4:30pm CST

Location: Houston Dental Education Center 4548

Bissonnet St., #250 Houston TX 77401

Hotel: Hotel Drake, close to Galleria. The hotel provides

a shuttle to the HDEC

Tuition: $500.00 USD

Register today at: kemisha@claronav.com

This course qualifies for 7 CEUs

Participants attending will:

1. Understand the advantage of placing implants with

dynamic navigation vs freehand and/or static guides

2. Understand the dynamic navigation workflow from

diagnostics to surgery

3. Learn how trace registration (fiducial independent)

technology is a game changer and simplifies the

workflow burden in practice

4. Experience live surgery with dynamic navigation

technology

 

Target Group: Dentists with previous experience

placing dental implants with CT guidance.

Cancellation Policy/Refund: No refunds for

cancellations made within 14 days of the start of the

program. 50% of tuition will be refunded for

cancellations made within 30 days prior to the

program date.

 

George Mandelaris DDS

Dr. George Mandelaris attended the University of Michigan from undergraduate

through dental school. In 1999, he completed a three-year post-graduate residency

program in periodontics at the University of Louisville, School of Dentistry, where

he also obtained a Master of Science (MS) degree in Oral Biology. Dr. Mandelaris

is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and has served as an

examiner for Part II (oral examination) of the American Board of Periodontology

certification process. He has served as an assistant clinical professor in the

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Louisiana State University, School of

Dentistry (New Orleans, LA) and, currently, is an adjunct clinical assistant professor

in the Department of Graduate Periodontics at the University of Illinois, College

of Dentistry (Chicago, IL) as well as the University of Michigan, School of Dentistry,

Department of Graduate Periodontics (Ann Arbor, MI). Dr. Mandelaris is a fellow in

both the American and International College of Dentists.

 

Todd Scheyer DDS MS

Dr. Scheyer attended dental school at The Medical College of Virginia at Virginia

Commonwealth University from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude earning

clinical and research awards. Dr Scheyer received his Certificate in Periodontics,

Conscious Sedation and a Masters Degree from The University of Texas Health

Science Center at San Antonio and School of Biomedical Science, clinically focusing

on Perio-Prosthetic Regeneration. Dr. Scheyer was awarded the John F. Prichard

Award for graduate research in February 2001. Dr. Scheyer was awarded both the

AAP “Clinical Research Award” and the “Robinson Regeneration Award” in 2010 and 2017.

He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr Scheyer has

and currently serves as an officer and committee member for many outstanding

dental organizations. He has served as Senior District 5 Trustee for the American

Academy of Periodontology and is Past President of the Southwest Society of

Periodontists and of the Texas Society of Periodontists. He is in private practice

limited to Periodontics and Implant Reconstructive Dentistry in Houston, Texas. Dr

Scheyer is a Clinical Assistant Instructor at the University of Texas Dental Branch-

Houston and Guest Lecturer for the University of Texas Health Science Center at San

Antonio. He is now actively involved with research, advocacy for safe dentistry and is

a leader in his specialty, as well as, in the broader field of dentistry.

  

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