Wael Garine

Wael
Garine

DDS

Jupiter and West Palm Beach, FL

Wael Garine

Jupiter and West Palm Beach, FL

Dr. Garine graduated from Cairo University School of Dentistry in Egypt in 1995 (BDS). After moving to Canada, he joined the Dental School at the University of Western Ontario, where he earned his dental degree (DDS) and received the Dr. Gerald Z. Wright Award for excellence. He then joined the Eastman Dental Center at University of Rochester, in NY where he spent three years specializing in Prosthodontics.

Dr. Garine spent the following year teaching at the University of Rochester and completed the Implant Fellowship, for which, he received the Dr. Gerald N. Graser Fellowship Award. Dr. Garine is the Director of the Seaside Study Club (local chapter of the Seattle Study Club in Jupiter, FL), and a clinical assistant professor at the University of Rochester, Rochester NY.

He maintains a private practice in Jupiter and West Palm Beach, FL limited to Prosthodontics and implant dentistry.

Upcoming Webinars

Date Category Faculty Member Webinar Title
05.10.18 Implant Dentistry Wael Garine Immediate Loading of Implants – From Biology to Practicality
Immediate Loading of Implants – From Biology to Practicality

Immediate Loading of Implants – From Biology to Practicality

Location: Online

Implant dentistry has evolved since dental implants were first introduced to North America in the early 1980s. The patients’ esthetic needs and social demands led to the increase of same day implant placement and restoration. This program will discuss the biology, patient selection, and clinical procedures leading to successful clinical outcome.

Course objectives:

  • Understand the concept and the requirements for immediate loading implant prosthesis
  • Discuss patient selection and esthetic guidelines for immediate load procedures
  • Describe abutment and provisional design to achieve optimal esthetic outcome
Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
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05.24.18 Implant Dentistry Wael Garine The Third Dentition: Tomorrow’s Answers To Yesterday’s Problems
The Third Dentition: Tomorrow’s Answers To Yesterday’s Problems

The Third Dentition: Tomorrow’s Answers To Yesterday’s Problems

Location: Online

Edentulism is projected to increase in the United States over the next several years. Multiple treatment options are available to the clinician ranging from removable to fixed prosthetics. This program will discuss the decision-making process for the treatment of the edentulous patient, different modalities as well as new materials.

Course objectives:

  • Review the effects of edentulism and the current treatment options for the edentulous patient
  • Present a systematic method to help with the decision making process for treatment planning
  • Discuss new advances and materials in the treatment of the edentulous patient
Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
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