Didier Dietschi
  Ken Hovden
  Fouad Khoury
  Charles Khoury
  Heike Krämer
  Robert Lamb
  Pascal Magne
  Kirk Pasquinelli
  Sadao Sato
  Dennis Tarnow
  Douglas Terry
  John West
  Otto Zuhr
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  Course:
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Interdisciplinary Dentistry for Patients with and without Dysfunctional Problems

Dates:
Continuum 2014: May 21 - 24 /
Aug 6 - 9 / Nov 14 - 17 /
Feb 7 - 10, 2015

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Instructor:
Heike Krämer,
Dr. med. dent., M.Sc.

Curriculum Vitae
 
Reasons to join this course: 

This continuum is addressed to all dental professionals who wish to upgrade their skills for treatment of complex cases and in comprehensive interdisciplinary dentistry. Whether or not occlusion plays a role in the long-term success of dental treatment is still discussed. If we look at occlusion in a static way this debate might be appro­priate. But, if we look at the masticatory system under the aspect of dynamic functions then the importance of occlusion becomes evident.

 

Participants will learn

»    Meaning of function and occlusion and their relevance for the daily practice

»    Relationship of findings and symptoms and their underlying etiology

»    Standardized diagnostics to set up complex treatment plans

 

The benefit for you

»    Become safe in treating complex cases needing full mouth reconstructions

»    Achieve long term stability for patient’s health and reconstructions

»    Grow your quality practice with confidence and competence

 

Raise your quality practice to the highest level.

 

This continuum is an intense program and hands-on training in diagnosis, treatment planning and therapy based on the Vienna School of Prof. Slavicek.

 

Explore, enjoy and take this course

»    Determine which patient needs what amount of treatment

»    Grow your skills from single tooth dentistry to comprehensive dental medicine

»    Understand when to stay in habitual occlusion and when to use a reference position

»    Set up interdisciplinary treatment plans based on a patient’s individuality

»    Recognize and treat patients with dysfunctional problems

»    Manage and treat complex cases predictably

»    Wax up concept

»    Initial therapy

»    Increase your case acceptance and patient satisfaction

 

Discover a new world of dental education

 

"I did not know what to expect at the time I signed up for the course. I wanted to understand more about occlusion.  After many years of studying occlusion, I was still confused. I was not confident about making clinical decisions for my patients. I had many questions in my mind during the practice that were unanswered. The first module passed quickly. The amount of information I learned was incredible.  It gives me tremendous answers to my questions and gives me confidence to solve my clinical problems. I am sure that applying what I have learned in this course is going to change my practice forever and surely make me the best dentist I can possibly be. I strongly recommend this continuum to any like-minded dentist. Thank you very much."

Rose Wang, General Practitioner, Nashua, NH

 

"Heike has such a wonderful command of comprehensive dentistry. It seems there is never a question that she cannot answer. It is so nice to understand why certain pathologies are occurring and how to definitively treat my patients."

Miles Guyton, General Practitioner, San Jose, CA

 
Course Package includes:
  • Exciting Course Days
    World renowned instructors. The best in their field.
    Small groups. One-on-one mentoring.

    Intense hands-on training.
    Bring your own cases. Discuss techniques and issues relevant to your practice.
    Networking with like-minded professionals from around the world.
    Independent. All
     honorariums are paid by IDEA.
      
  • Advanced Course Materials
    State-of-the-art facility that sets the standard. Equipment, instruments, course supplies, and hand-outs.
  • Transportation
    Local transportation between the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and IDEA's partner hotel, and between the partner hotel and the IDEA facility.
  • Hotel
    Accommodations at the partner hotel, beginning the night prior to the course and ending the morning after the course. An additional guest can stay for free with you in the hotel.
  • Meals
    IDEA’s in-house chef serves breakfast and lunch, daily freshly prepared. You will also enjoy a "Welcome" Reception and "Networking" Dinner on the first evening and the Graduation Ceremony and "Celebration" Dinner on the last evening of the course. 

All Inclusive
Course Package:

$ 21,240  “No Hotel” Option
$ 23,640  "Hotel" Option

CE Credits: 128