This course is supported, in part, by an educational grant from Implant Direct.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
8:45am-11:45am (3 CE hrs)
Speaker: Brian J. Jackson, DDS ’89
Alumni Speaker Series
This course is recommended for dentists.
Research indicates a growing population of edentulous patients extending into the year 2020. Dental implants have become a predictable discipline of dentistry and improve the quality of life for thousands of patients. Implant dentistry modalities are a viable treatment approach to enhance mastication, comfort, esthetics and confidence. Predictable outcomes are achieved with thought-provoking treatment plans including prosthetic designs based on bone quality and quantity, and biomechanics. The program will focus on evidence-based treatment planning to enhance long-term success while meeting patient expectations.
Brian J. Jackson, DDS ’89 is an implant surgeon and reconstructive dentist that has been surgically placing and restoring dental implants for over 20 years. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree at the University at Buffalo, School of Dental Medicine and completed post-graduate training at St. Luke’s Memorial Hospital Center’s General Practice Residency Program. Dr. Jackson completed his formal oral implantology training at New York University, College of Dentistry. Dr. Jackson is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry (ABOI/ID) and an honored fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID). Dr. Jackson has been published in peer reviewed dental journals and has presented at numerous implant conferences in New York, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles and Mumbai, India. He has served on the faculty of the India, New York and Las Vegas Maxicourses in Oral Implantology. Currently, he serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Oral Implantology and is treasurer of the AAID’s research foundation.
In these presentations, Dr. Jackson does not refer to products of a commercial company with which he has a significant relationship.