Located alongside the breathtaking Gore Creek and surrounded by majestic mountain scenery, Vail, Colorado, is a small town with big appeal. From its world-class skiing to its quaint village for shopping and dining, Vail offers something for everyone.
These are just some of the reasons Meisinger has chosen Vail to host a premiere event for 4 consecutive years and plans to keep it there for the foreseeable future. The company returns this year for the 6th Annual High Altitude Comprehensive Implant Symposium, taking place Feb. 3-6, 2016, at Vail Cascade Resort & Spa.
The Symposium will feature general session lectures and 8 limited-attendance workshops with renowned speakers. The small, intimate nature of the event is what sets it apart from other industry events.
“We choose to max out the event at 125 attendees,” a Meisinger spokesperson told Dental Product Shopper. “This allows more time for each attendee to spend with the speakers and vendors that are attending the event. It also gives each attendee a friendly feel that they are not just attending a course to gain their CE credits, but they are truly enjoying themselves with the speakers, vendors, and even on the slopes!”
With optional hands-on workshops, this seminar allows participants to gain an understanding of the many challenges of modern implantology and how Meisinger’s Bone Management System assists in overcoming many of those challenges.
“Tissue Is the Issue, but Bone Sets the Tone”
That’s the mantra echoed in the world of implantology. For Meisinger, it’s not simply limited to a technique, but rather to a mindset and surgical guidelines.
Topics covered at the High Altitude Comprehensive Implant Symposium will include implant treatment planning, site preparation, surgical procedures, and techniques, including socket grafting, bone augmentation/transfer control, implant placement, surgical basics in implantology, and more.
As outlined by Meisinger, participants will gain an understanding of:
-Socket grafting techniques and materials available to predictably grow bone
-Developing clinical protocols and variations when extracting teeth in the esthetic zone
-Complete maxilla and mandible implant placement using dynamic navigation
-Developing skills required for tunneling for flapless access and augmentation
-Applying minimally invasive crestal sinus elevation techniques
To learn more about Meisinger’s 6th Annual High Altitude Comprehensive Implant Symposium, visit the event page by clicking here.