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The Lazzara Educational Series

Interactive Web-Based Learning

The Lazzara Educational Series offers a high-quality educational curriculum in a personalized learning environment — right in your own community.

In the pursuit of exceptional patient outcomes, we recognize the importance ongoing education holds for the dental professional.

En conséquence, Zimmer Biomet Institute offre des opportunités d’enseignement de classe mondiale via des programmes Web en direct et à la demande, ainsi que dans des établissements d’enseignement à travers le monde. Nos cours spécialisés se concentrent sur les procédures dentaires actuelles et émergentes, la technologie et les produits vous permettant de dépasser les besoins de vos patients et de votre pratique.

For additional information regarding our live CE webcasts, please call the Zimmer Biomet Dental Education Department at: 1-800-717-4143 or email

Click Here to watch the Live CE Webscats instructional video to learn how to register, log in, view and obtain CE credits.

Speaker: Tony Prestipino, CDT
Course Date: July 24, 2019 7:00 – 8:00 pm EDT(New York) 6:00 pm (CDT), 5:00 pm (MDT), 4:00 pm (PDT)
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This program will focus on new techniques and digital technologies for the fabrication of implant-supported restorations, including data capture with the use of a coded healing abutment for fabrication of CAD/CAM abutments. Benefits and limitations of intraoral scanners currently available will be discussed, along with advanced design principles used in CAD/CAM abutment design. This program is indicated for all members of the implant team and will emphasize the requisite communication desired amongst the surgeon, restorative dentist, and laboratory technician to ensure optimal patient outcomes.
Speaker: Effie Habsha, BSc, DDS, Dip. Prostho, MSc, FRCD (C)
Course Date: August 7, 2019
7:00 – 8:00 pm EDT(New York)
6:00 pm (CDT), 5:00 pm (MDT), 4:00 pm (PDT)
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Digital technologies have had a dramatic impact on all disciplines of dentistry, particularly in the fields of prosthodontics and surgery. The evolution of digital technologies has provided dental professionals with the possibility of following a completely digital workflow beginning from diagnostic treatment planning to prosthesis fabrication. Clinical data acquisition using intraoral scanners has bridged the digital gap between the clinical practice and the dental laboratory. While these latest digital tools offer new and different workflows compared to conventional techniques, it is imperative that clinical efficiency and restoration accuracy not be compromised. This presentation will provide a practical and pragmatic overview of the digital tools and technologies used in a modern prosthodontic practice. The use of intraoral scanners and workflows required for simple reconstructions to comprehensive full-arch rehabilitations in both conventional and implant-based applications will be presented. Some of the challenges, limitations, and inefficiencies encountered utilizing new technologies will be described.
Speaker: Michele J. Dimaira, DMD, MS
Course Date: September 12, 2019
7:00 – 8:00 pm EDT (New York)
6:00 pm (CDT), 5:00 pm (MDT), 4:00 pm (PDT)
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Clinicians face many challenges which may compromise successful implant outcomes. Systemic conditions, various medications, and nicotine use may create situations which decrease implant success. Examples include the effects of diabetes upon the periodontium, and the detrimental effects of smoking on implant healing and osseointegration. Sites where implants have previously failed may be particularly problematic. Selection of the proper implant in these conditions is crucial to achieving a positive result for patients.
Speaker: Carl Drago, DDS, MS, FACP
Course Date: October 9, 2019
7:00 – 8:00 pm EDT (New York)
6:00 pm (CDT), 5:00 pm (MDT), 4:00 pm (PDT)
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Full arch implant treatment has become a well-accepted treatment modality for edentulous patients and patients with terminal dentitions. The frequency of peri-implant mucositis and periimplantitis has been increasing and now presents different challenges for the dental implant team. This program will define and illustrate peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis, as well as describe and illustrate specific recare protocols. Clinical cases will be presented, along with current recommendations for continuing care from the professional literature.
Speaker: Edwin A. McGlumphy, DDS, MS
Course Date: November 14, 2019
7:00 – 8:00 pm EST (New York)
6:00 pm (CST), 5:00 pm (MST), 4:00 pm (PST)
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DISCLAIMER: Participants must always be aware of the hazards of using limited knowledge in integrating new techniques or procedures into their practice. Only sound evidence-based dentistry should be used in patient therapy. The information in this course is of a general nature and does not represent or constitute medical advice or recommendations and is for dental education purposes only. Zimmer Biomet Dental does not practice medicine or dentistry. Each clinician should exercise his or her own independent judgment in the diagnosis and treatment of an individual patient, and this course and information does not purport to replace the comprehensive training clinicians have received.

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