EDUQUAL PGD Level 7 Implant Year 2 PG Diploma



The course is designed to introduce implant dentistry to dentists with little or no implant experience. We will show you how to treatment plan, place and restore implants. A truly unique multi-centred mentoring network with the conical revolution at the core of teaching.

Surgical Experience is no barrier as will teach and demonstrate the basic concepts of oral surgery including flap design and suturing.

Modules include training with guided surgery and the use of the magnetic mallet.

12 modules over 12 months based in London, Leicester, Leeds and Cheshire UK.

Fully compliant with GDC and FGDP(UK) guidelines for implant training.


Learning outcomes

Revision of Head and Neck Anatomy, more complexity, especially morbidity risk sites.
Surgical/ Routine removal of teeth, atraumatic extraction techniques & site management with Implant dentistry in mind, when to graft when not to, socket shield techniques.
Complex Implant cases and Insertion techniques, Immediate/ delayed.
Principles of Guided tissue regeneration/ Bone augmentation and material science.
Types of grafting materials and evaluation of long term stability.
Management of hard and soft tissues to get the best aesthetics and functional stability.
BOPT, how to adapt soft tissue profile and Biotype changes.
Advanced restorative techniques and complex cases.
Indications and Rx planning/ consent/ Montgomery consent.
Medicolegal aspects for Implant dentistry.
Advanced diagnostics: Nobel clinician/ Simplant/ CBCT/ Real Guide.
Communication skills with patients and maintaining Montgomery consent regularly.
Module 1: Immediate loading, teeth now concept, teeth in an hour. All on four.
Module 3: Management of the severely resorbed Jaw. Sinus lifts/ Onlay grafting/ Ridge split techniques/ Zygomatic implants/ Short implants.
Hands on practice of all techniques, with phantom head.
Live patient simulation: Communication/ aseptic surgical technique/ record keeping/ hard and soft tissue assessment/ maintenance principles.
Laboratory work: assess quality and fit/ Prescription/ evaluation of final restoration.
Extensive diagnosis/ Multi-disciplinary planning/ top down planning/ aesthetics form and function.
Presentation of four cases for peer review.
Provisional restoration techniques: Aesthetics/ comfort/ hygiene/ transmucosal loading/ occlusion/ periodontal health. BOPT.
Avoiding complications by thorough planning, advanced assessment techniques
Advanced Restorative options and the digital journey, CAD CAM milling of bars and implant restorations.
Sinus Lift techniques and planning/ management/ grafting/ surgical approaches/ MOAT technique. Planned/ staged approach, Chin graft/ Onlay graft/ Distraction Osseogenesis. Interpositional grafting/ Ridge splitting techniques. Use of the Magnetic Mallet.
Tooth now concept/
Teeth In a day/ All on four/ Branemark Novum/ Tilted implants/ zygomatic cases/ Nordik Bridge concept/ Modified Nordik Bridge concept. DIEM, Sweden and Martina Fully Guided Surgery.
*COURSE FEE £6,500

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