Advancements in Computer-Guided Surgery
for Dental Implant Placement


SPEAKER: Omid Termechi, DDS

DATE: Wednesday, April 3rd – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm



Omid Termechi, DDS

Dr. Termechi is one of the leading implantalogists specializing in advanced implant dentistry and prosthetics. He has performed thousands of implant surgeries and oral reconstructions using minimally invasive procedures with excellent results and fast recovery times for patients. Omid Termechi, D.D.S graduated from the New York University College of Dentistry in 1998. He went on to complete a one-year General Practice Residency program at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Dr. Termechi continued with a second year of General Practice Residency at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Dr. Termechi received his training in Oral Implantology by completing a two-year, full-time Fellowship in Oral Implantology and Biomaterials at the Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Department of Oral Implantology and Biomaterials. He is the Founded the Dental Implant Surgical Seminar in 2017 where he directs a teaching institution where trains American and international license dentist how to perform dental implant surgery on LIVE patients at UFM in Guatemala. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University College of Dentistry Department of Periodontics and Implant dentistry. He was an ADA CELL Seminar Series Lecturer on varies topic on implant dentistry from 2005-2015. Dr. Termechi has achieved Associate Fellowship status in The American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID) as well as Fellowship and a Diplomat status in the International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI) and membership with ADA, AAID, ICOI.

Dr. Termechi lectures on a variety of topics in Oral Implantology nationally and internationally.

Course Description:


To acquire comprehensive skills and expertise in dental implantology, utilizing advanced surgical techniques, thorough this hands-on model workshop, understanding of oral anatomy, and cutting-edge technologies, with the aim of providing optimal patient care and achieving successful outcomes in implant placement, restoration, and functional rehabilitation for patients with missing partial or full edentulism.


1. Understand the principles and benefits of computer-guided surgery in dental implantology, including improved accuracy, enhanced treatment planning, and predictable outcomes.

2. Familiarize attendees with the technological advancements and tools used in computer-guided surgery for dental implants, such as cone beam computed tomography (CBCT), virtual planning software, and surgical guides.

3. Demonstrate the step-by-step process of utilizing computer-guided surgery for dental implant placement, from preoperative planning to postoperative evaluation, emphasizing efficient and precise implant placement.

4. Discuss the potential complications and challenges associated with computer-guided surgery in dental implantology and explore strategies for mitigating these risks.

5. Provide attendees with practical knowledge on incorporating computer-guided surgery into their clinical practice, including selecting appropriate cases, communicating with laboratory technicians, and leveraging digital workflows to optimize patient care and treatment outcomes.

6. To place implants in the model utilizing hand free vs computer guided surgery

This course is graciously sponsored by