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  • Dr. Jim posted in the group O-Club Chatroom 1 day ago

    Hello New members to the O Club Chat room.
    This platform is an excellent place to share your dental implant experiences with other implant colleagues. Today, we are dealing with a general public that is more educated, more demanding and less tolerant than in previous years…thanks to Google and WebMD. So here we are! Voice your thoughts and…Read More

  • Dr. Jim posted in the group O-Club Chatroom 1 day ago

    Yes Dr. G
    The patient came in 3 weeks after placement with the denture adhesive wrapped around the healing caps of the two implants. This was the patient’s routine to use as much adhesive as possible for fear of losing the denture. The adhesive worked it way through the suture line and encapsulated the healing caps and the movement of the…Read More

  • Hey Doctors have you ever experienced that guesswork feeling about growing bone at the apex of your implant placement following a sinus lift procedure. Well, when you are relying on a narrow osteotome to elevate a sinus floor prior to implant placement, perforations can happen. Unfortunately, you will not know for 4-6 months. Pain upon…Read More

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  • Recently during a chatroom discussion, the topic was “hidden and not often spoken about” causes of implant early failures. Check this one out: a patient presented with two implants of the four out and stuck in the maxillary denture. The clinician was at first baffled because they were placed using open flap entry and in good bone and high torque…Read More

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    • Were the implants put into function prior to integration? Or could it be an accumilation of denture adhesive in the retention bodies that caused abnormal forces on the implants and failure?

  • I want to remind you fellow chatroom members that offer overdenture services that we have a fantastic OCO-Lok overdenture kit that provides for two implants, two OCO-Lok abutments and two complete prossessing kits for the retention lock for only $500! Check it outon the website.

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    • I just ordered the OCO-Lok processing kit deal to try out on an existing overdenture case where I added 2 implants. Thats a great deal Dr Jim!

  • Hello Fellow members of the OCO Chatroom.
    I would like to invite you to our first live seminar this year, June 18-19 2021. The main podium speaker is Dr. Rick Grant. He has been placing dual stabilization OCO implants for many years and he will lecture on the protocol necessary to bring immediate/early implant dentistry into you practice. If your…Read More

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  • Hey Doctors check out our new OCO-LOK overdenture kit. It is a tremendous savings as well as a very efficient way to correct an unstable denture. Also I will be posting our new live Duke City Mini-residency course. Stay tuned!

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  • Great teaching videos for flapless surgery!!

  • Good morning members of the O Club.
    January is almost ended and as we continue to venture into 2021 many of our colleagues are still negotiating through the covid maze of practice obstacles. One of the main issues still is patient fears of covid contamination. Only time will eliminate this fear. In the mean time, Doctors continue to offer your…Read More

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  • Doctors next year will bring CE requirements again. Check out our January 22, 2021 all day webinar featuring bone grafting and implant placement for the General practitioner. The Lecturer is the higly talented and experience Dr. Pierre Tedders. 6 hrs of CE will be awarded.

  • To all of our chat room members: MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! MAY 2021 BE A BIG YEAR FOR YOU AND ALL OF US. STAY HEALTHY, SEE YOU NEXT YEAR.

  • Scanning is the state of the art and a reason to get away from routine impressions. However, the mistake that I made with scanning is that I did not insist that my staff buy into this new workflow. So my suggestion to all you doctors who are contemplating a $30,000 investment is to make sure you have good staff who are on the same page as you…Read More

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    • I’m so interested in the different approaches between offices in implementing technology. Which type of scanner did you have? What were the problems you encountered, and were there remedies to any of them? Did you end up finding a way to implement the scanner or did you end up using it for target practice?

  • Hello fellow chatroom clinicians. As we wind down 2020, its a good time look forward and be thankful that we are ending this year of pandemic health issues and office shutdowns. We must think positive that the public is still ready for dental implant care and we must make their pathway to treatment as easy as possible. OCO in 2021 is developing…Read More

  • Hello Doctors,
    I would like to update you on our O Club video library. We are adding short training videos about the restorative sequences to fabricate prosthetics for: o-ring; TSI, ERI, ISI, Engage and Engage plus implant systems. Additionally, we are also adding the workflow for digital impressions and prosthetics. 2021 is going to be a…Read More

  • Hey Doctors today I received two xrays from a clinician who stated he just placed this implant below and when he tried to place the cover screw it would not thread in. What do you suppose this object is in the implant chamber and on his glove? Please post up your ideas and answers. Tomorrow we will discuss what it is and how to avoid this scenario…Read More

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    • The little oring is from an implant driver. The oring is designed to prevent the implant body from falling off the driver. Word of caution: repeated autoclaving and heating of the implant driver and oring can cause the oring to get brittle and fracture away from the driver. After one year seriously consider replacing the implant driver to…Read More

  • Hi Doctor Hanna
    Welcome to our O Club and our chatroom. We are constantly updating our clinical resources to help you and other clinicians receive the educational platforms needed to stay current. Hope to hear from you soon.

  • Hey Doctors
    Our October 8th six hour webinar is filling up very quickly. If you need to increase your clinical skill sets or just need to capture some CE than consider tapping the link below to learn more abour this upcoming seminar. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6390497230079781899

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  • Recently, I received a message from a beginning implant dentist who was in a panic because he locked the patient’s overdenture onto three o-ball abutments. He was trying to directly process the encapsulators into the denture and acrylic worked its way down onto around the abutments. After I walked him through gently removing the over denture two o…Read More

  • Recently, I received a message from a beginning implant dentist who was in a panic because he locked the patient’s overdenture onto three o-ball abutments. He was trying to directly process the encapsulators into the denture and acrylic worked its way down onto around the abutments. After I walked him through gently removing the over denture two…Read More

  • @emiliomuro2007 Hi Dr. Emillio. Thank you for joining O Club. This club is a live chat room platform where implant dentists share their experiences in implant dentistry. I know you will find this educational platform very useful and friendly. Again we look forward to communicating with you on a routine basis.
    Stay tuned for our schedule of…Read More

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