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Kois Course Catalog

Kois Track - Course I & II

Treatment Planning I &
Functional Occlusion I

Complete Treatment Planning I & Functional Occlusion I in a condensed 5-day format rather than the single course 3-day format. See Course I and Course II descriptions for further overview.

Kois Track - Course IV & V

Biomechanics I & II
Complete Biomechanics I & II courses in a condensed 5-day format rather than the single course 3-day format. See Course IV and Course V descriptions for further overview.

Kois Track - Course VI & VII

Implants: Fixed & Removable
Complete Implants Fixed & Removable courses in a condensed 5-day format rather than the single course 3-day format. See Course VI and Course VII descriptions for further overview.

Course I

Treatment Planning I

This course is designed to focus on the four essential components in the decision making process: esthetics, function, periodontology and biomechanics.

Course II

Functional Occlusion I

Understanding the role occlusion plays relating to wear, mobility, TMD, stability, and restorative failure is critical. This course will provide a hands-on workshop for facebow management and jaw relation records following deprogramming.

Course III

Restorative/Periodontal Interface

Understanding the dental gingival complex is critical for predictable management of the soft tissue. Discover why some anterior crown margins become exposed while others stay stable for years.

Course IV

Biomechanics I

The parameters for tooth preparation have become much more complicated. This course will eliminate the confusion about when to use cohesively retained vs adhesively retained restorations and develop predictable parameters for each.

Course V

Biomechanics II

This course is designed to focus on learning predictable impressioning (what to use and when), materials selection and fabrication for direct and indirect provisionalization, and management of structurally compromised teeth (pins, posts or bonding).

Course VI

Implants: Fixed Retained

The use of implants in general practice has created both new levels of excitement and frustration. This course will dispel the “hype”, which is not brand specific, and will focus on what is critical for predictable success.

Course VII

Implants: Removable Retained

This course presents a step-by-step approach to restoring the challenging edentulous and partially edentulous patient.

Course VIII

Functional Occlusion II

This course is designed to implement the philosophy outlined in Course II. This involves the three-dimensional case management process, and complex restorative management.

Course IX

Treatment Planning II

This course is a unique interactive program designed to implement the thought process necessary in creating systematic treatment plans and facilitate complex restorative treatment.

Annual Kois Center Symposium

Annual Symposium

Graduates, Mentors and Clinical Instructors are invited to attend the Annual Kois Center Symposium.

Annual Clinical Instructor Meeting

Annual Cl Meeting

Clinical Instructors are invited to attend the Annual Clinical Instructor Meeting. This Annual Meeting is held in connection with the Annual Kois Center Symposium.

Kois Center Mentor Exam

Mentor Exam

Kois Center Graduates are eligible to participate in the Mentor Exam. Those who pass the Mentor Exam will become a Kois Center Mentor.

Kois Member Meeting

Opportunity to learn and network with other dental professionals and Kois Center Members.