The dental implants fundamentals course introduces you to the world of dental implant training with an experienced clinician who will combine theory with hands-on exercises to guide you through the different steps of the implant treatment workflow and help you to become more involved in placing or restoring dental implants. Additionally the course will cover aspects of guided bone regeneration and digital workflow. This course focuses on teaching the Implantology fundamentals.
This is a comprehensive introduction to Surgical and Restorative dentistry. Each delegate is given the opportunity to place 3 implants in a patient that is provided by the course, to experience placement in straightforward indications including single tooth and edentulous arch. The restorative module also includes treating patients and you will experience impression taking and the fitting of the implant structure.
Module 1: The first day of Module 1 includes an introduction to the course, clinic and the theory behind dental implants. On day two we will go through the dental implant placement procedure which will allow you to place a single implant in a live patient.
The first day: introduction to guided bone regeneration theory and hands on.
On day two the dental implant placement procedure on a two to three tooth space. You will place the implant(s) required on a live patient.
Module 3: 2 days practical/clinical. Implant placements on live patients.
Module 4: The first day: case presentation by students and discussion about their treatment planning and case selection. On second day students will do a follow up on the patients from previous modules which required a bone graft.
Module 5: The theory behind the restoration of dental implants including digital approach. This will include impression taking traditionally and also digital impressions in preparation for making crowns.
Module 6: Fitting the crowns, discussion about treatment complications.