Optimize the Site
Optimize the Outcome

Dr. Salah Huwais

Dr. Huwais is the founder of Osseodensification. He maintains a private practice focusing on periodontics and surgical implantology in Jackson, Michigan. Dr. Huwais completed his periodontics and implantology surgical training at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He serves as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota, Dental Implant Program. Dr. Huwais lectures nationally and internationally on periodontal and surgical implantology procedures. He is Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and the American Board of Oral Implantology. Dr. Huwais is the inventor of the Densah® Bur technology.

Dr. Salah Huwais, DDS
-Private practice limited to Periodontics and Implantology.
-Diplomate, The American Board of Periodontology.
-Diplomate, The American Board of Implantology.
-Adjunct assistant Professor at University of Minnesota, Dental Implant Fellowship Program.
-Founder of the Osseodensification and the inventor of the Densah® Bur technology.

Course Date:
Friday, April 13, 2018

Courtyard Toronto Northeast/Markham
7095 Woodbine Avenue, Markham, ON L3R 1A3
Ph: 905-474-0444

* For guest room reservation, please ask for the Toronto Implant Institute rate.

8:00am to 5:00pm
Continental Breakfast, Buffet Lunch and Refreshments provided

This whole-day training will minimize the learning curve and help understand the science behind Osseodensification.

Didactic Scientific learning and Hands-on Practical Training.

The program includes didactic scientific education and clinical cases review as well as hands-on simulation with actual bone specimens and simulation models.

This course teaches the clinical Versatility of Osseodensification utilizing the Densah® Bur Technology
1- Compaction Autografting technique.
2- Review Densification Guide for any implant system.
3- Site optimization utilizing the Densah® Bur to increase Implant Stability.
4- Sub-Crestal Sinus Autografting Procedure.
5- Densify After Cut (DAC) Protocol. (DAC)
6- Ridge Expansion and the Plus1® Protocol.
7- Universal Guided Surgery Protocol.

Learning Objectives: participants should be able to:
I- Understand the scientific principal of Osseodensification
1. Discuss its effect on implant stability and what it means biomechanically and histologically (BIC, Bone volume)
2. Describe implant micro-motion and its clinical significance.
3. Learn how bone can be optimized with adequate instrumentation.
II- Discuss the Biomechanical validation of Osseodensification.
III- Review the Clinical and the Histological evidence of Osseodensification.
IV- Learn how to “Optimize the Site to Predictable Outcome.”
V- Learn how to optimize the implant practice to Create More with Less.