Dr. Gregg Hendrickson, DDS: Implants 2 ceu
Dr. Gregg Hendrickson has been practicing dentistry since 1991. Early in his career he realized that dental implants were an exceptional solution to missing teeth. He sought out the best training he could find. He has trained with Carl Misch and Mike Pikos, both considered leaders in the field. In 1999, he earned his Fellow with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. In 2017, Dr Hendrickson earned his Diplomate with the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry. He is also certified national Trainer for Hybridge.
In recent years, we have seen an explosive demand for full arch treatment options. Due to increased patient expectations and the growth of immediate solutions, many treatment protocols are now available. This session will introduce the Hybridge approach, which helps to simplify the complexities of full arch restorations, while increasing profitability and patient satisfaction.
1. Understand the concepts that define the Hybridge protocol
2. Identify available materials for full arch protheses and the indications for each
3. Recognize the role of digital dentistry and its application to full arch with Hybridge XD
Infection Prevention *NSBDE APPROVED Revised Infection Control Regulation NAC 631.178* Heather M Rogers BSDH
Heather M. Rogers began her career in dental hygiene in 1999 when she graduated from the College of Southern Nevada. She has worked in prosthodontics, periodontics, and general dentistry.
Heather discovered her love for presenting educational courses while achieving her bachelor’s degree and being involved with her professional association.
She completed her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene in 2010 and is currently providing continuing education for professionals in communications, diabetes, implant maintenance, probiotics, and infection control.
Substance Abuse ***NSBDE APPROVED*** Dr Dan Orr II, DMD, OMS, JD,
Opioid Abuse Course Description: This two hour lecture presentation will provide the participant with evidence-based information regarding the science, and solution to the current problem concerning misuse of centrally acting opioid analgesics for acute dental pain. The use of alternative non-centrally acting obtundent medications will be described according to current guidelines established by the FDA, CDC and ADA