PTIFA
May 9-11, 2019

Ontario Dental Association’s ASM19

Join us at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this May! Ontario dentists are invited to learn more about the use of botulinum toxin (ie: Botox/Dysport) at this year’s Ontario Dental Association’s ASM19. Join the Pacific Training Institute for Facial Aesthetics at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from May 9th to 11th. Visit our booth #2231 on the exhibit floor and attend Dr. Roberts’ lectures on Saturday, May 11th (page 101 & 102).

Lecture #1: The Therapeutic Use of Botox

Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019

Have you dabbled in Botox® treatment? The multiple mechanisms of action of botulinum toxin have an affect far beyond facial wrinkles. A detailed understanding of the anatomy of the face and neck is paramount to successful therapeutic and cosmetic treatment with botulinum toxin. Learn how the secondary and tertiary mechanisms of action affect pain modulation and have a major impact on adjunctive therapy for TMD and headache treatment. Muscle relaxation of sensitive periodontal tissues with botulinum toxin prior to surgery can have a significant influence on implant success. Learn how botulinum toxin can affect your practice in ways you have never before considered!

Learning Objectives:

  1. To illustrate how the use of botulinum toxin can interface with implants, TMD, perio, endo, ortho for more positive treatment outcomes
  2. To explain the synergy between the cosmetic and therapeutic uses of botulinum toxin
  3. To show how an in-depth understanding of anatomy is crucial for positive patient outcomes

Course Code: S-024FL

Time: 8:30 – 11:00 am

Type: Lecture Audience: Dentist; Dental Hygienist; Dental Assistant; Office Personnel

RCDSO QA Program: Category 2 (3 CE Credits)

Fee: Ticketed Free

 

Lecture #2: Using Botulinum Toxin to Increase Implant Success and Improve Crown Emergence Profile

Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019

This course will address Botox® and implants: how botulinum toxin can be used prior to implant surgery to relax the muscles that insert into adjacent soft tissue and strongly influence success or failure. The muscles that insert into the periodontium and affect implant health and longevity will be reviewed. How muscle relaxation can aid vital angiogenesis by reducing subconscious habits, excessive muscular contraction and consequently improve implant integration will be discussed. Medications for anxiety and depression also influence the process. Botulinum toxin has a positive affect on anxiety and depression; the research will be presented.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how relaxation of the musculature using botulinum toxin can enhance positive outcomes when placing implants.
  2. Understand how the muscles surrounding the alveolar ridge can interfere with implant integration, and how botulinum toxin can be used to relax them
  3. Understand how botulinum toxin can improve angiogenesis in graft and implant treatment

Course Code: S-025FL

Time: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Type: Lecture Audience: Dentist; Dental Hygienist; Dental Assistant; Office Personnel

RCDSO QA Program: Category 2 (3 CE Credits)

Fee: Ticketed Free

 

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Location

Metro Toronto Convention Centre | Toronto, ON
May 9-11, 2019

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