TeethXpress is a comprehensive full-arch protocol and business program combining advanced dental implant technologies with practice tools to increase patient acceptance for full arch immediate load therapy.
This comprehensive two-day course with live surgical and restorative demonstration will train the team (surgeon, restorative dentist and lab technician) on full arch conversions with a special focus on patient identification, case acceptance and business development strategies. Attendees who become Certified TeethXpress Providers will get added to the exclusive TeethXpress provider network and receive full access to the CaseXpress® armamentarium of practice development tools.
For best results, it is strongly recommended that surgical specialists, referring dental colleagues and a preferred dental laboratory technician attend as a team. Surgeons are expected to have intermediate to advanced experience in dental implant surgery.
Participants will observe a live surgery with instruction on bone reduction techniques and implant placement, followed by an immediate load conversion of a full-arch provisional prosthesis.
A surgical and restorative hands-on model based workshop will give each team the opportunity to place implants and perform a "chair-side" provisional denture conversion.
Michael H. Morgan, DDS, MS, received an MS, a certificate in Periodontology and his DDS from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. In private practice since 1994, Dr. Morgan has earned a reputation for excellence in implant dentistry and especially complex cases referred to him throughout the region. He also focuses on periodontal plastic surgery and laser assisted periodontal regenerative procedures (LANAP).
While maintaining private practice, Dr. Morgan was also on staff at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, one of the largest hospital-based dental facilities in the United States. He was a faculty member in Case Western Reserve University's Graduate Periodontology program. He has participated in dental missions to Peru and continues to travel to the Philippines to assist Helping Hands Medical Missions.
In addition to authoring publications, Dr. Morgan has lectured at numerous international, national, regional and local programs during his career, including the American College of Prosthodontics and the Pittsburgh Society of Periodontologists. He is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the Academy of Osseointegration, the American Dental Association, the Ohio Dental Association and the Greater Cleveland Dental Society.
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.
Frank Charles Pope began his dental technology career in 1980 after completing a three year National Dental Technology program in Nice, France. He continued his extensive training by attending and studying advanced esthetic techniques from many of the top ceramic masters in France, Germany, Japan and the US. In 1995, Frank Charles joined a nationally recognized esthetic laboratory in Northern California as a master technician and was soon promoted to General Manager. Frank Charles was instrumental in growing that company from 50 to 750 employees. In 2009, he co-founded Allure Dental Studio in Tracy, CA. Frank Charles has been involved with restoring thousands of arches and lectures nationally and internationally on the treatment concepts of full arch immediate load.
"After attending the TeethXpress course with a group of my referrals, they are pumped about full arch. One has already sent me a consult she saw on Monday after the course. Another said that she has new excitement and passion for dentistry as a result of the course."
"Awesome! By far the best course on this topic."
"Excellent course with a great depth of knowledge from all presenters. I would suggest this course to anyone interested in implementing the full arch TeethXpress treatment into their practice."
Clinical Training • Marketing Training • Laboratory Training
When proven clinical techniques are applied, immediate occlusal loading has a documented success rate of over 95 percent.1 In this course, we will demonstrate:
While many clinicians are well trained in full arch reconstruction, the greater challenge is often understanding how to attract and influence ideal candidates for this procedure. In this course, we will demonstrate:
The TeethXpress treatment planning methodology incorporates the laboratory throughout the process, with special focus on the immediate conversion. Laboratories wishing to become proficient and efficient in full arch immediate load will learn:
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Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD Credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. 6/1/2016 to 5/31/2020. Provider ID# 219038.