Friday, August 24, 2012
Location: Yankee Hill Country Club, NE
Speaker: Dr. Brian Chang, DDS
Credits: 3CE hrs.
CE only fee: $135 Dentists , $ 75 Auxiliary—includes lunch
Golf Fee: $75 -includes 18 holes, cart , range balls
CE and Golf: $180 Dentists, $125 Auxiliary
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DENT120011 CE &Golf - Dentists
DENT120012 Golf only - All
DENT120013 CE only - Aux.
DENT120014 CE & Golf - Aux.
Dr. Brian M. Chang is a Diplomate of American Board of Prosthodontics and a Director of Predoctoral Prosthodontics at Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Chang received he his dental degrees (DDS) from Seoul National University School of Dentistry in 1989 and the University of Southern California in 1993. He was awarded a certificate from the postdoctoral prosthodontics residency program at Northwestern University in Chicago in 1996 and a certificate in maxillofacial prosthetics at Columbia University and the Bronx VA Medical Center in 1998.
Before coming to HSDM in 2006, Dr. Chang was tenured at the University of Nebraska School of Dentistry. He served as Dr. Merritt C. Pederson Endowed Chair Professor and a director of the implant program at the University of Nebraska.
Dr. Chang was selected by the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics to receive "The Claude R. Baker Award" for Excellence in Teaching Fixed Prosthodontices in 2005. He received "The Four-Year Teaching Award" for the Alpha Alpha Chapter of OKU National Dental Honor Society in 2004 and 2006. He was also a recipient of numerous Outstanding Faculty Awards from the University of Nebraska School of Dental Medicine and the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Chang has been serving as a test constructor on the National Dental Board Part-II Prosthodontics Examination and a reviewer board of peer review journals. He is a fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists and the American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics.
From August of 2012, Dr. Chang will move to the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio to serve as a Head of Maxillofacial Prosthodontics in Head & Neck Institute.
"Treatment consideration for the fully edentulous maxilla with dental implants" (1.5 CEU)
A patient with an edentulous maxilla presents a significant challenge as regards rehabilitation options. This presentation is to discuss important clinical and biological factors on implants-supported maxillary removable/fixed prosthesis and prosthetic design.
- Understand treatment options for the fully edentulous maxxila
- Understand "Eight Factors" for successful clinical/biological outcome
- Understand the failure and its solutions
- Understand Digital Implant Dentistry
"What is the controversy on all ceramic and digital dentistry?" (1.5 CEU)
This presentation is to discuss the treatment planning and risk factors of esthetic all ceramic restoration, and current concept of digital dentistry. It is intended to provide a practical view of esthetics an digital dentistry based on evidence and cases, and integration on new technologies/digital instruments from which clinician can benefit.
- Understand New Ceramic Materials and indications
- Understand what may cause failures of all ceramic restoration
- Understand Clinical Application and Limitation of Digital Technologies/Devices
- CAD/CAM and Intaoral Imaging
- Digital Impression System
- Digital Shade matching
Method of teaching: Lecture/discussion
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