Education

X-Nav Technologies is dedicated to educating the dental community and empowering them to enhance their implant planning and surgery.

We have a passion and commitment to ensure our customers have information on the benefits of our technology, as well as the most up-to-date training on how to use our systems to improve practice workflow and patient satisfaction.

That is why our Education & Training programs are a key part of every X-Guide customer experience. Our network of leading industry educators, X-Nav training specialists, and on-demand web training programs will keep X-Guide customers at the top of their game with our game-changing technology.

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Hands-On Cadaver Course For Bone and Soft Tissue Grafting

Russo Seminars - Dr. John Russo, Dr. Bob Gellin, Dr. Thierry Bacro 

April 27-29 in Charleston, SC

http://www.russoseminars.com

This course is designed to give clinicians the confidence to perform soft tissue grafts, appropriate flap design for full and partial thickness flaps, suturing and advanced bone grafting procedures upon returning to their offices. Featuring the X-Guide dynamic 3d navigation system.


Comprehensive Course on RIDGE EXPANSION 

Dr. Dan Cullum

May 18-20, 2017 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

* Now including a one-day course on Office-Based Anesthesia in OMS - May 18th

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 Horizontal augmentation will be explored with an evidence-based discussion of ridge expansion (RE). We will focus on the best clinical practices using live surgery, an extensive video library, hands-on applications and handout materials to discover:

• Clinical and CBCT assessment of horizontal, alveolar and recession defects

• The role of ultrasonic bone cutting and mechanical expanders in ridge expansion

• Wound management and healing at extraction sites, ridge expansion and grafting

• Periosteal preservation, indications, and contra-indications as well as intra-operative decision-making

Dynamic Navigational Surgery

These evidence-based techniques offer a reduced healing interval and minimal patient discomfort. Clinical applications, tech- nique selection and avoiding complications will be discussed to enhance minimally invasive option and predictable treatment outcomes.


Comprehensive Grafting, Implant Site Development & CBCT Interpretation

Dr. Dan Cullum and Dr. Barry Bartee

June 8-10, 2017 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

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Techniques to predictably preserve and augment bone and soft tissue are critical to implant success. An evidence- based discussion of a continuum of defects from extraction sites (single and multi-tooth) through advanced bone and soft tissue defects will present the best clinical practices. We will cover:

• Open barrier (PTFE), minimally invasive and traditional grafting in extraction sockets, multi-tooth defects and site augmentation

• Rationale for selection of Allograft, Xenograft, Alloplast and barriers

• Role of growth factors, BMP and autologous bone

• CBCT evaluation of anatomy defects and pathology to guide technique selection

• Indications for staged or immediate implant placement

• Dynamic Navigational Surgery

Unparalleled access to faculty along with live surgery, video library, handouts and hands-on training will challenge attendees to progressively advance their skills in order to manage these clinical challenges that present daily in our practices.


Hands-On Cadaver Course For Bone and Soft Tissue Grafting

Russo Seminars - Dr. John Russo, Dr. Bob Gellin, Dr. Thierry Bacro 

July 27-29 in Phoenix, AZ

http://www.russoseminars.com

This course is designed to give clinicians the confidence to perform soft tissue grafts, appropriate flap design for full and partial thickness flaps, suturing and advanced bone grafting procedures upon returning to their offices. Featuring the X-Guide dynamic 3d navigation system.


Crestal Sinus Elevation & Navigational Surgery

Dr. Dan Cullum and Dr. Michael Block

September 21-23, 2017

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Crestal sinus elevation and navagational surgery is an evidence-based presentation of traditional and minimally invasive techniques used to manage the spectrum of anatomic defects encountered in daily practice. Using live surgery, an exten- sive video library, handout materials and hands-on applications, participants will gain understanding and proficiency with:

• Crestal sinus elevation techniques: osteotomes, reamer drills and hydraulics

• Immediate implant placement with crestal sinus elevation

• Advanced crestal techniques including contiguous sinus oor elevation (CSFE)

Dynamic Navigational Surgery

These evidence-based techniques offer a reduced healing interval and minimal patient discomfort. We will emphasize the best clinical practices for progressive skill development and the role of CBCT for anatomic evaluation and technique selection to avoid complications.


Hands-On Cadaver Course For Bone and Soft Tissue Grafting

Russo Seminars - Dr. John Russo, Dr. Bob Gellin, Dr. Thierry Bacro 

November 9-11 in Charleston, SC

http://www.russoseminars.com

This course is designed to give clinicians the confidence to perform soft tissue grafts, appropriate flap design for full and partial thickness flaps, suturing and advanced bone grafting procedures upon returning to their offices. Featuring the X-Guide dynamic 3d navigation system.