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January 25-26, 2020
Part 1: Update On Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation with New Advanced Technique Videos
Part 2: Hands-On Workshop Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation
Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS


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Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center
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Portland, Oregon, 97232

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Saturday, January 25, 2020
7.5 CE Hours

COURSE PRICING
Course Price
Part 1: Update On Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation with New Advanced Technique Videos As Low As $149


Sunday, January 26, 2020
8 CE Hours

COURSE PRICING
Course Price
Part 2: Hands-On Workshop Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation $450


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Part 1: Update On Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation with New Advanced Technique Videos
Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS

Course Description
In the past five years significant developments in new high-tech devices, new hand instruments and ultrasonic tips have changed the way we teach and practice. This presentation for dentists and dental hygienists will update you on the newest hand instruments and ultrasonic units and tips that will enhance your ability to treat patients with moderate to advanced periodontitis and/or implants. Periodontal endoscopy videos will show the effectiveness of various ultrasonic tips and hand instruments on residual, burnished calculus. New streaming online instructional videos from the Pattison Institute will demonstrate alternative fulcrums, new instruments and advanced techniques. The newest titanium mini-bladed hand instruments for implants and ultrasonic tips for implants will be shown and compared to subgingival air polishing with glycine and subgingival irrigation with antimicrobials.

Learning Objectives

•  Identify the objectives of periodontal debridement
•  Describe the characteristics of the dental endoscope
•  Recognize the design, indications and sequence for use of universal curets, new types of Gracey curets, mini-bladed Gracey curets, new sickles, diamond coated instruments, furcation curets, and various types of implant instruments
•  Describe the differences between magnetostrictive and piezoelectric ultrasonic devices and tips for periodontal and implant scaling
•  Recognize the indications for extraoral, opposite arch or other alternative fulcrums
•  Discuss the efficacy of subgingival air polishing compared to hand and ultrasonic instrumentation of implant surfaces.
•  Discuss the efficacy of subgingival irrigation with antimicrobials.


Part 2: Hands-On Workshop Advanced Periodontal Instrumentation
Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS
Course Description
This full-day laboratory course for dental hygienists is designed to enhance your periodontal instrumentation skills, enabling you to treat patients with greater confidence. This intensive hands-on experience features continuous TV demonstration and videos by Anna Pattison plus a team of experienced instructors attentive to individualized instruction throughout the day. Advanced instrumentation techniques are taught on periodontal typodonts using sickles, universal curets, Rigid Gracey curets, After-Fives, Mini-Fives, Micro-Minis, Gracey Curvettes, Pattison Gracey Lite curets, Diamond curets and furcation curets. Extraoral, reinforced, crossarch and opposite-arch fulcrums are incorporated into innovative approaches for furcations, line angles and deep, narrow pockets. Sharpening with the aid of a videotape, root planing exercises and root morphology review utilizing extracted teeth are also included.

Learning Objectives

•  Describe the characteristics of a proper fit for gloves
•  Demonstrate close overlapping strokes on an extracted tooth with a Gracey curet
•  Recognize the design, indications and sequence for use of universal curets, Gracey curets, mini-bladed and Micro-mini-bladed Gracey curets, Pattison Gracey Lite curets, sickle scalers, files, furcation curets and diamond coated instruments
•  Demonstrate the use of universal curets, Gracey curets, mini-bladed and Micro-mini-bladed Gracey curets, Pattison Grace Lite curets, sickle scalers, files, furcation curets and diamond coated instruments on a periodontal typodont
•  Demonstrate techniques for scaling maxillary and mandibular furcations
•  Demonstrate intraoral, finger-on-finger, extraoral, opposite arch and reinforced fulcrums



Anna M. Pattison, RDH, MS
Anna Matsuishi Pattison RDH, MS, is a former Associate Professor and Chair of Dental Hygiene at the Ostrow School of Dentistry at the University of Southern California. As an internationally recognized expert on instrumentation, she is coauthor of the textbook, Periodontal Instrumentation, has contributed to Carranza’s Clinical Periodontology, was Editor-in-Chief of Dimensions of Dental Hygiene and is currently the Co-Director of the Pattison Institute offering online videos and workshops.













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