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Dr Samuel Strong Dentalways

Samuel M. Strong DDS

Dr. Sam Strong provides implant prosthetic lectures and workshops for the restorative/surgical dentist and team. His unique method of cutting through the extraneous and teaching the practical aspects of implant dentistry is well established. Dr. Strong draws on his experience as an actively practicing dentist to illustrate products and procedures for fixed and removable implant restorations.

Topics included in his presentations include single and multiple implant restorations (cement and screw-retained), immediate provisionals, attachment-retained overdentures, bar overdentures, and All on Four procedures, among many other items.

Lectures are presented with slides, videos, and animations to make the learning experience memorable with items that can be implemented quickly in the real world office. Workshops focus on training the dentist and staff on models and real-life simulations that they will typically encounter with implant cases.

Dr. Strong has published widely in Dentistry Today, Implant Dentistry, Dental Economics, Dental Products Report, and The Academy of General Dentistry’s journal, General Dentistry. He is a Diplomate in the International Congress of Implantologists and Board Credentialed member in the Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

In addition to lectures, Dr. Strong conducts hands on instruction in Dental Implants where dentists gain experience in “over the shoulder” experience in implant prosthetic procedures.

Strong Lecture Opportunities:

UT Implant Preceptorship in San Antonio, Texas
December 6th, 2019: 8:00 am – 11:30 am

  • “Retooling the General Practice with Dental Implants” 

Mid-Winter Dental Conference “Kalidescope” in Chicago, Illinois
February 20th – 22nd, 2020

  • “Digital Dentures, Overdentures, and Hybrids: Merging traditional techniques with Scanning, Virtual Planning, and Computerized Milling”

Thomas P. Hindman Dental Conference in Atlanta, Georgia
March 19th – 21st, 2020

  • “Implant Overdenture and All On Four Prosthetics”
  • “Digital Dentures, Overdentures, and Hybrids: Merging traditional techniques with Scanning, Virtual Planning, and Computerized Milling” 

ADA FDC Annual Meeting American Dental Association Orlando Convention Center Orlando, FL
October 15-18, 2020

  • “Digital Dentures, Overdentures and Hybrids”
  • “Team Concepts for the Dental Implant Practice”
  • “ Digital Overdentures and All on Four Prosthetics” 

Mid-Winter Dental Conference in Chicago, Illinois
February 26th – 27th, 2021

  • “Digital Dental Implant Prosthetics”

Implant Seminars

In addition to his lectures, Dr. Strong also offers a variety of Implant Seminars:

Making Implants Practical and Profitable

This introductory course is best suited for the restorative dentist who is ready to begin offering implant restoration to their patients.

This program features the following learning objectives:

  • critical areas of treatment planning for the restorative dentist in conjunction with the surgical dentist and laboratory technician
  • stent fabrication techniques
  • step by step procedures for fixed and removable prosthetics over implants
  • combination implant and esthetic cases
  • Nobel Biocare Select and Active implants
  • method for fee determination

Taking Your Implant Practice to the Next Level

This advanced course is best suited for the restorative dentist who has completed a number of single implant cases and is prepared to transition into completing more complex cases.

This program features the following learning objectives:

  • keys to successful case analysis and patient acceptance
  • methods for working up the case from initial exam to presentation
  • how to determine the number of appointments needed for fixed and removable prosthetics
  • impression techniques for removable implant prosthetics
  • obatining the correct vertical dimension of occlusion and incisal edge position
  • method for fee determination

Building a Strong Team for the Dental Implant Practice

This course is best suited for the restorative dentist who wants to educate their entire team on how to best implement systems for restoring dental implants. This program is presented by Dr. Strong in conjunction with his wife, Stephanie Strong, RDH.

It features the following learning objectives:

  • step by step procedures and systems for completion of fixed and removable implant cases
  • coordination principles with the surgical office and dental laboratory
  • products and procedures for hygiene implant appointments
  • how to use visual aids and patient education software
  • internal marketing concepts and products for the prospective implant patient
  • method for developing a financial policy and fee structure

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