Are you clinically prepared to satisfy the increasing patient demand for full-arch fixed implant prostheses on the day of surgery? In 2005, the over-65 population reached 43 million; by 2025, this group will escalate to 80 million, bringing along with it an increasing number of edentulous and partially edentulous patients. When proven clinical techniques are applied, immediate occlusal loading has a documented success rate of over 95 percent. Many practices want to place more dental implants and perform more full-arch cases, but struggle to attract, treatment plan and close these large procedures. Join us this CE training course to learn treatment planning and marketing techniques to increase case acceptance, especially among your existing patients.
Dr. Andrew Ferrier earned his dental degree from UCLA and completed the three year Prosthodontic Residency Program at UCSF. For the past 8 years, he has treated patients with full arch immediate load treatment concepts in his private practice and for a dental implant center. Dr. Ferrier serves as the staff prosthodontist for the Head and Neck Surgery Department of Kaiser Hospital in Oakland. He has completed over 1,000 arches and conducted thousands of maintenance visits and patient consultations. Dr. Ferrier has held a position of assistant clinical professor at UCSF. He lectures internationally on a broad variety of topics including implants, CEREC, and dental practice management.
Special Note About Parking: We have provided and paid for additional overflow parking at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Parking Deck. Let the attendant know you are with Commonwealth Oral & Facial Surgery’s event and you will not be charged to park. Otherwise, just drive right in and park.
The Historical Society lot and street parking may be limited so please use the deck.
Remember, VMFA Members park for free as well.