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Presented by Tracy Anderson Butler, CRDH, MFT
Dental implants are now the standard of care for patients with missing teeth. As the number of cases increases, it is essential to communicate ideal dental care following implant
placement. The dental hygienist is often recognized by the patient as a trusted mentor and a go-to once a patient faces treatment options. This course emphasizes the hygienists role
in pre-, intra- and post treatment to minimize infection and potential complications. This presentation will review current literature on instrumentation as well as sterilization of
implant instruments used in hygiene maintenance appointment. Participants will learn key elements to effective case presentation for the dental implant patient and develop
a clear protocol to recognize candidates.
- Identify basics of implant types and components.
- Understand the importance of recare for the implant patient.
- Communicate the importance of regular post-operative care
- Understand the current literature on proper instrumentation
- Create decision tree to evaluate health and disease around dental implants
- Identify potential complications and risks in pre- and post-operative care
Registration begins at 5:30pm • Dinner will be served • Course, 6pm-8pm • 2 CE Credits • Space is Limited • Please RSVP by November 23, 2016 • Tuition Complimentary
Phone: (303) 695 0990
Tracy Anderson Butler, CRDH, MFT
Mrs. Butler has 27 years of diverse experience in the dental industry from chairside and beyond. Tracy is a registered dental hygienist, thought leader, motivational peaker, sales leader/coach and change agent. She believes the key to every successful treatment outcome begins with an accurate assessment leading to a co-diagnosis between the patient and dental team. Tracy’s clinical experience began in a busy comprehensive restorative practice in West Palm Beach, Florida.
She attended the Dawson Academy and is a graduate of the Aesthetic Advantage Institute mastery level study. Mrs. Butler spent over 11 years on faculty at Palm Beach State College dental hygiene program & research clinic and considers few things more rewarding. Tracy feels blessed to have been mentored and coached by the leading authorities in occlusion, function/relation, complete care dentistry and the business of dentistry. Tracy’s commitment to ultimate patient care propelled her to pursue a career in implant and regenerative dentistry with Straumann, USA. She was appointed National Director of Hygiene Education and Professional Relations in 2013 and is proud to lead the initiative for Straumann in elevating dental hygienists and the entire dental team throughout North America.
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