From October 3rd to 6th, Dr. Seddon was in Washington, D.C. for AAID’s Annual Scientific Program. In addition to the many workshops and live surgeries that he was able to participate and observe, he was also able to give a tabletop presentation.
Most notably, Dr. Seddon traveled to San Francisco in order to partake in Dr. Stephen J. Chu’s course on Aesthetic Analysis, Diagnosis, Treatment Planning, and Failure Managment of Tooth and Implant Supported Restorations held at the Interdisciplinary Dental Education Academy, (pictured above). IDEA is renown for their advanced level of intense dental continuing education courses for dental professions from all over the globe. Upon completion of this course, Dr. Seddon received a certificate for the 32 hours of education he garnered at IDEA.
The following month, Dr. Seddon will be in Orlando for the Misch Advanced Bone Grafting course and examination. The Misch International Implant Institute was founded in 1984 by Dr. Carl Misch who is highly esteemed in this field. Other upcoming continuing education courses for the month of November include CCADS II and Beta AGM.
Did you know?
Based upon a report on the affect of alcohol and obesity on periodontal disease by Dr. Christopher Long in Vancouver, there is an increased chance of a person being at risk for periordontal disease if there is found to be heavy alcohol usage or if one’s weight is on the heavier side.