Unit 1: Principles and Science for successful Implant dentistry 0/1
Unit 2: Treatment planning and patient selection 0/0No items in this section
Unit 4: Implant dentistry and surgical considerations 0/0No items in this section
Unit 5: Implant Dentistry and Restorative considerations. 0/0No items in this section
1. Will cover anatomy of the head and neck in more detail/in depth
2. Considerations/treatments of medical compromised patients
3. More complexed case planning cases using digital treatment planning tools
4. Presentations with evidence behind suggested treatments
Following units should focus on different more or less advanced surgical and restorative techniques/concepts
Delegates will get a thorough grounding with expert tuition and detailed comprehensive handouts in all aspects of basics of dental implantology, marketing, ethics and record keeping. They will have a sound knowledge of the history of Implant dentistry and Osseointegration.
They will be taught marketing skills and ethical selling as well as the provision of all treatment options for patients.
Treatment planning stages in comprehensive detail will be covered and delegates will grasp an in-depth knowledge of all the adjunct therapies and diagnostic tools to ensure that planning stages are comprehensive and thorough such that the patient journey is smooth and predictable.
Surgical techniques and protocols will be mastered with hands on sessions placing and restoring simple cases, surgical techniques will be practiced under expert tutors using pig’s feet.
Restorative considerations and planning will be discussed and practiced under expert tutors, various components and treatment modalities will be covered in detail.