A Unique Educational Opportunity

Chasolen Education and Research Center Howard M. Chasolen, D.M.D.


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Course Details

After having spent many years involved with study clubs, I have decided to create my own club. I have been involved with Seattle Study Clubs, Spear Study Clubs, local and national on-line clubs and even run my own specialty club. The one thing I have decided is that the same old model just isn’t working.

So, I decided to take all of my study club, clinical and teaching experience, along with the great relationships I have made with the very best specialists possible and create a unique educational opportunity. The MASTERS STUDY CLUB.

Here is how it works. I am accepting 24 members into the club. The club will meet eight times per year and will be run using the case presentation (Grand Rounds) method. By presenting cases, I will be able to illustrate the important concepts that will allow the restorative dentist to gain an appreciation of the intricacies of today’s current treatment concepts. The second hour will be devoted to YOUR cases. You can send a case or bring a case and I will present it and treatment plan and discuss every aspect of it.

But here is the special and unique part. The club will have Drs. Craig Misch and Todd Reuter as oral surgery faculty.  Dr. Joe Farris will be the periodontist faculty. So, you will have a Prosthodontist, 2 Oral Surgeons, an Orthodontist and a Periodontist on faculty. Between our clinical experience, training, and teaching careers, we will be there to discuss specific and relevant topics in detail! I sat through the modules of a recent years curriculum of a popular study club. Quite frankly, I was mystified by the lack of accuracy and the questionable cases presented. No more of this. This club is the real deal.

You will receive 16 hours of AGD PACE certified education. It will be held in my in office 600 square foot education seminar room. This club will provide a most rewarding and RELEVANT educational experience.

What to Expect

  • When to extract and when to save a tooth. Perio/endo/extract?
  • Treatment planning workshops utilizing the TREATMENT PLANNING QUINT
  • Utilizing our group of SPECIALISTS opinions to help incorporate a multidisciplinary approach.
  • The understanding and use of today’s diagnostic technology including the application of CBCT.
  • Understanding the use of today’s restorative materials: lithium disilicate, zirconia, etc.
  • Implant overdentures - from simple to complex. How many implants, where and when do we need a bar? Attachments?
  • Third molars; what is today’s thinking
  • Implants and kids - what is the right age? How to manage the missing tooth until it is time for a dental implant.
  • Cement vs. screw retention and the concept of “screw-mentation”
  • Bone grafting state-of–the-art
  • Causes of implant failures: what are the reasons and how can we minimize our problems?
  • Occlusion and parafunction - Today’s real science of how to design an occlusion for successful reconstructions.
  • Understanding today’s in-office and lab scanning and milling options
  • Immediate loading and temporization of single, quadrant and full arch implant cases
  • The All-on–Four concept - realistic or dangerous?

Session Dates

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January 12

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

February 9

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

March 23

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

May 11

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

June 15

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

August 10

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

October 12

  • 6:00pm - 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.

November 16

  • 6:00pm- 7:45pm
    • Session details are not available.



Dr. Howard Chasolen graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1991. He earned a specialty certificate in Prosthodontics and a fellowship certificate in Implant Prosthodontics from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine from 1991 to 1994. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. He is a Past President of the Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The Florida Prosthodontic Association and The Sarasota County Dental Association as well as being appointed to the faculty at the University of Florida in the Graduate Prosthodontic Residency Program. He has restored over 20,000 units of crown and bridge, 1000 full arches, and 9,000 implants. His practice is limited to Prosthodontics and is located in Sarasota, Florida.


Chasolen Education and Research Center
2033 Wood Street, Suite 125
Sarasota, Florida 34237



Our Mission

The Chasolen Education & Research Center’s mission is to educate the dental professional, and provide the dental professional with the opportunity to attain the highest level of mastery in the evaluation, diagnosis, planning, delivery of treatment, and after-care management in the discipline of restorative dentistry.

Through his three custom-designed programs, Dr. Chasolen strives to develop a critical-thinking process that allows the dental professional to achieve a mastery level treatment outcome through analysis of clinical presentation, application of state-of-the-art scientific information and technology, and understanding of evidence-based and clinically tested philosophies and treatment protocols.