Atraumatic Extraction and Bone Grafting Utilizing the All-In-Implant System

Lon McRae, DMD


Time: 8:00 am - 11:30 am Code: T12 Cost: $30/$45 after Sept. 28 Date: Thursday

This course replaces Dr. Iacobelli’s cancelled lecture.

CE Credits: 3 hour lecture | Subject: | Recommended for: Dentists, Dental Assistants | Prerequisite: AM lecture required for PM workshop

Extracting a tooth is a traumatic event. Is it even possible to do an atraumatic extraction and not damage the bone socket and surrounding tissue? This course will look at a new concept in dental implantolgy known as the All-In-Implant System. How to use the latest in technology and use of surgical guides to help the clinician in preserving bone and bone quality.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is a atraumatic extraction, is it even possible.
  • Predictable bone grafting.
  • What equipment is necessary.
  • How to use PRF.
  • PTE-partial tooth extraction.
  • To load or not to load: That is the question!
  • Science behind The All-In-Implant system.
  • All-In a new concept and how to use all surgical guides

About the Speaker:

Dr. McRae has a passion for incorporating cosmetic dentistry along with dental implantology.  He began as an instructor and mentor for the Hornbrook group in 2005.  Dr. McRae has been a sought after instructor at numerous dental schools and teaching institutions across the nation.  Through his clinical excellence and further education, Dr. McRae is the current president of the International Academy of Dental Implantology.  The strive for perfection has given Dr. McRae the opportunity to practice his passion around the world.  Dr. McRae is a graduate of Oregon Health Science University School of Dentistry.  He has a successful dental practice and dental implant center in Meridian, Idaho. Financial Relationship – none

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