H. Ryan Kazemi Speaker

The FacialArt Dental Forum
Bethesda, MD

301-654-7070

info@FacialArtDentalForum.com
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TOPICS:

  • Clinical
  • Digital Dentistry
  • Esthetic Dentistry
  • Implant Dentistry
  • Oral Surgery
  • Periodontics
  • Prosthodontics
  • Restorative Dentistry

H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD

Elevate your implant placement, bone and soft tissue grafting and comprehensive treatment to new levels and achieve highly predictable results that your patients will love.

Frustrated with dental implant treatment complications or unpredictable results? Do bone and soft tissue deficiencies keep you from delivering aesthetic and functional restorations? Do you avoid full-arch treatments because it feels too complex or too expensive for your patients to afford?

H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD lectures regularly on dental implants, bone and soft tissue grafting, and practice management. Dr. Kazemi’s energetic and engaging multi-media presentations appeal to many clinicians and offer relevant, to-the-point, and practical information.


Frustrated with poorly-positioned implants, aesthetic compromises, functional problems, or other complications? Elevate your implant placement precision and safety to new levels and achieve highly predictable results that your patients will love.

Digital applications provide safer and more predictable dental implant therapies. Evidence has shown that placement of implants using conventional X-rays and surgical guides is associated with a high degree of operator error and inaccuracy. 2-D diagnostics and free-hand implant placement is simply risky and dangerous.

In this engaging and enlightening course, Dr. Ryan H. Kazemi covers the full spectrum of digital applications for diagnosis and planning for placement of dental implants. Learn techniques, tools, and workflow for 3-dimensional computer-assisted planning and realize the 4th dimension: Remarkably happy patients.

Discover how to make accurate assessment of the available bone, visualize the surrounding vital structures, design restorations, and select optimal implant diameter, length, and trajectory. Develop sites and place implants with total confidence and precision, creating ideal emergence phenomenon.

Topics include:

  • Cone beam CT (CBCT) scan and how to interpret it
  • Optical scan and 3-dimensional planning for bone and soft tissue grafting and placement of dental implants
  • Design and fabrication of 3-D printed surgical guides
  • Design and fabrication of customized healing abutments and provisional restorations

Learning Objectives

  • Explore complete digital workflow in dental implant surgery.
  • Define principles and interpretation of CBCT for implant diagnosis, planning, and anatomical limitations.
  • Understand optical scanning, digital impression techniques, and integration of digital files to prepare for implant planning.
  • Learn 3-D computer-assisted planning for optimal implant placement in single, multiple, or full-arch cases.
  • Describe how to design and fabricate surgical guides using 3-D printers.
  • Learn how to create proper soft tissue architecture using prosthetic techniques.

Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote
Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons

Do bone and soft tissue loss keep you from delivering aesthetic and functional restorations?  Have your patients given up on dental implants simply because they don’t have enough bone?

With current advanced techniques and materials, tissue deficiency is no longer an obstacle to providing patients with life-changing treatments. The fact is dental implants are highly viable options even in absence of sufficient bone and soft tissue.

Explore the principles for planning and performing bone and soft tissue grafting. Gain expertise in step-by-step diagnostics, planning, and surgical techniques for bone and soft tissue augmentation in placement of prosthetic-guided dental implants. We will examine all grafting materials, instrumentation, and approaches.

The course is presented in three sections: extraction / implant site management, bone augmentation, and soft tissue augmentation. We’ll discuss anatomical, biological, and technical aspects from site preparation, grafting placement, and closure for optimal results.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand hard and soft tissue classifications, diagnostics, and planning for grafting procedures to meet implant and
    restoration requirements.
  • Examine bone and soft tissue grafting materials, biologics, and determine how to select the right approach.
  • Define techniques and develop the skills for flap design, bone and soft tissue harvesting, recipient site preparation, graft adaptation, graft fixation, and closure.
  • Recognize how to prevent and manage most common complications associated with hard and soft tissue grafting.
  • Discuss pre- and post-operative patient instructions.

Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons
Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote

Many patients reject treatment due to their fear of ‘surgery’ and associated pain. Now you can offer patients superior results while minimizing post-operative pain, swelling, and complications. How?

Minimally-invasive techniques. This exciting and rapidly growing alternative to traditional surgery includes techniques in exodontia, implant dentistry, and tissue grafting. Perform procedures with no or minimal flaps, bone manipulation, or soft tissue displacement.

In this evidence-based course, we will discuss the techniques, tools, and materials used in minimally-invasive approaches to such procedures as tooth extraction, explantation, implant placement, and bone augmentation. Observe step-by-step techniques through case presentation and extensive videos; gain hands-on experience with specialized tools and instruments. Preserve and augment tissue more predictably with less surgical interventions while increasing treatment acceptance and patient satisfaction.

Topics include:

  • Atraumatic extraction techniques
  • Explantation techniques
  • Partial extraction therapy / socket shield
  • Tunneling techniques for bone and soft tissue grafting

Learning Objectives

  • Demonstrate atraumatic extraction techniques including removal of residual roots.
  • Learn about partial extraction therapy/socket shield technique in ridge preservation.
  • Learn how to perform minimally-invasive tunnel bone grafting procedures to augment horizontal and vertical deficiencies.
  • Perform minimally-invasive implant placement techniques.
  • Perform atraumatic reverse torque removal of failing dental implants (explantation).

Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons
Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote

Dental implants in the aesthetic zone provide unique challenges that require a perfect synergy between surgical, restorative, and laboratory principles to achieve successful outcomes.

In this master course, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi presents current principles and protocols for replacement of missing teeth and tissue in the aesthetic zone. With special emphasis on key considerations and strategies for a successful restorative outcome, topics include:

  • Begin with a complete aesthetic and facial analysis and diagnostics including CBCT, photos, videos, optical scans, and digital assessment.
  • Examine digital smile design and how to plan the restoration for optimal aesthetics and patient approval.
  • Learn how to assess the tissue biotype and establish risk factors that influence treatment.
  • Understand extraction techniques, immediate implants, ridge preservation techniques, bone augmentation procedures, and soft tissue management to achieve optimal implant site development.
  • Explore digital treatment planning, surgical guide design and fabrication, precision placement of implants, and design of soft tissue architecture through customized healing abutments or immediate provisional restorations.
  • Discuss treatment considerations in both single and multiple adjacent missing teeth and how to choose the number of dental implants as well as their type, design, and size.
  • Review the protocol for immediate, early, or delayed implant placement and case selection for each approach.
  • Analyze case studies of patients with tissue deficiency and how to replace bone, soft tissue, and implants in a process to improve aesthetics and outcome.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand key challenges in the replacement of teeth in the aesthetic zone.
  • Learn critical surgical, restorative, and laboratory principles that influence the final outcome.
  • Examine digital smile design and important anatomical and biological factors in implant selection and placement.
  • Explore various tissue preservation and augmentation techniques in the aesthetic zone and how to select the best approach for each type of tissue biotype or defect.
  • Discover immediate implant placement and provisionalization techniques and when to perform or opt for delayed placement.

Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons
Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote

Have complications with dental implant treatments led to lost patient confidence? Are you losing productivity and time managing poor implant aesthetics or function? Want to learn how to minimize risk and better manage patients with peri-implantitis or other common complications?

In this dynamic, interactive presentation, Dr. Kazemi presents one of the most comprehensive programs available on this topic. Explore the range of restorative and surgical complications in implant dentistry, prevention strategies, diagnostic, and management modalities. Through a multi-media presentation, Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi shares many case reports, each with biological and anatomical rationale for treatment.

Participants will learn how they can prevent 90% of complications – and how to most effectively treat through a surgical, restorative, and laboratory multi-disciplinary approach.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify common restorative and surgical-related implant complications.
  • Describe and manage implant complications involving single, multiple, and full arch implant treatments.
  • Describe unique considerations for complications in the aesthetic zone.
  • Implement proper diagnostics in both prevention and management of complications.
  • Explore range of bone and soft tissue grafting complications and how to restore tissue deficiencies that result from implant complications.
  • Understand the emotional and financial aspects of patients’ experiences and how to minimize litigations through
    effective risk management.

Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons
Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote

Do you avoid full-arch treatments because it feels too complex or too expensive? Would you like to offer life-changing solutions to your edentulous patients and help them eat better, smile more, and live a healthier life? Do you want to grow your practice by offering highly efficient and profitable full-arch treatments?

One-fifth of all American adults wear a removable partial- or full denture. When these patients are presented with comprehensive treatment options, a significant number will opt for dental implants. But how do you recognize these patients within your practice and how do you present the treatments for maximal acceptance?

Learn a step-by-step workflow for replacement of teeth in the completely edentulous or patients with terminal dentition. Build confidence by understanding the digital workflow process required to create a definitive full arch dental implant prosthesis. Achieve the fit, form, function, shade, and phonetics in less time and number of visits.

Topics covered include:

  • Treatment presentation and case acceptance
  • Fixed (hybrids and implant-supported bridges) vs. removable full arch treatments
  • Digital workflow in surgical and restorative planning of full arch treatments
  • Design and materials for full arch restorations
  • Full-arch therapy in atrophic ridges
  • Rational for immediate load and conversion strategies
  • Occlusion, aesthetic, and hygiene principles for optimal patient satisfaction

Learning Objectives

  • How to attract patients and present full arch treatments with high degree of acceptance.
  • Understand features and benefits of complete implant-supported bridge, hybrid design, and removable overdentures.
  • Implement digital work-flow in full-arch treatments.
  • Demonstrate fully-guided implant placement techniques.
  • Discover how to manage bone and soft tissue in the fully edentulous.
  • Analyze immediate placement and load techniques.
  • Select the appropriate restoration materials in full-arch implant treatments.

Suggested Audience: General Dentists, Prosthodontists, Periodontists, Oral Surgeons
Suggested Format: Full or Partial Day; Lecture, Workshop, Keynote

Frustrated with dental implant treatment complications or unpredictable results? Do bone and tissue concerns keep you from delivering aesthetic and functional restorations? Do you avoid full-arch treatments because it feels too complex or too expensive for your patients to afford?

Elevate your implant placement, bone and soft tissue grafting and comprehensive treatment to new levels and achieve highly predictable results that your patients will love. H. Ryan Kazemi, DMD lectures regularly on dental implants, bone and soft tissue grafting, and practice management. He regularly publishes podcasts, videos, blogs, enewsletters, and online articles. Dr. Kazemi’s energetic and engaging multi-media presentations appeal to many clinicians and offer relevant, to-the-point, and practical information. He is also the host of ‘Unplugged’, an online program discussing current news in dentistry, product reviews, and interviews with masters in dentistry.

Dr. Kazemi is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. He is the founder and CEO of Kazemi Oral Surgery & Dental Implants and maintains a full time oral and maxillofacial surgery practice in Bethesda, Maryland. He is also the founder and director of Facialart Dental Forum, a global dental educational platform. He received his dental degree from The University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine. He then attended a one-year general practice residency at The Albert Einstein Medical Center and subsequently completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery training at The Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC.

He is a member of American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Academy of Osseointegration, Academy of Sports Dentistry, DentalXP, Entrepreneur Organization (EO), and a number of other professional dental organizations. He is also a contributor and a presenter for DentalXP and Vumedi. Additionally, he served for over 20 years as consultant to DC United MLS soccer team and is a current team oral surgery for the US national soccer team and women’s professional soccer team, Washington Spirit, for the care of their athletes.

On a personal note, Dr. Kazemi is a passionate triathlete having completed more than 150 races, including five Ironman competitions.

Affiliations

  • Diplomat of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Academy of Osseointegration
  • DentalXP
  • Vumedi
  • American Dental Association
  • Entrepreneur Organization
  • Academy of Sports Dentistry
(Partial Listing)

  • Dentalxp Symposium
  • Dentalxp Implant Summit at NYU (multiple)
  • 1st International Symposium of Complications in Implant Dentistry, Iran
  • Academy for Sports Dentistry (Multiple)
  • Chinese Study Club
  • Facialart Dental Forum (Multiple)
  • Nation’s Capital Meeting
  • Patuxent Dental Society
  • Vumedi Webinars (Multiple)
  • Washington Iranian Dental Society
Why choose Dr. Kazemi?
  • Dr. Kazemi is the founder and director of Facialart Dental Forum, a global dental educational platform. Facialart Dental Forum is an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry.
  • Dr. Kazemi’s energetic and engaging multi-media presentations appeal to many clinicians and offer relevant, to-the-point, and practical information.
  • Dr. Kazemi is a DentalXP Xpert and a regular contributor to DentalXP.com and a presenter at their symposium / summit programs.

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