“Dental Implantology Course”
Step by step Quick start Comprehensive Implant Training program -
Number of Participants: limited participants at a time.
This comprehensive implant training program is aimed at dental surgeons of all specialties who have limited or no experience with dental implants who would like to begin practicing implants. This program is based on the school of thought that a sound theoretical knowledge and development of psychomotor skills is essential to become proficient in any field of dentistry. The comprehensive program is also designed accordingly, wherein the participants are taken through a series of lectures which increases their scientific base. Hands-on training provides them with the necessary skills to handle patients confidently. The participants are then given cases that they plan and execute completely. Attendees will learn the theoretical basics and practical procedures for implant placement and restoration.
The participant leaves with complete knowledge of handling a case from start to an end.
Implant course objectives:
Upon successful completion of the basic dental implant placement and restoration course participants will be able to:
• Develop a dental implant treatment plan.
• Prepare the surgical site for the placement of a dental implant.
• Select and place the optimal dental implant type for the surgical site.
• Select the correct prosthetic components for dental implant restoration.
• Take impressions for prostheses.
• Design the dental implant retained cemented prostheses.
The basic implant program is a 4 month program.
• Introduction to basic Implantology
• Parts of Implant
• Applied Anatomy
• Osseointegration / Wound healing
• Patient evaluation and Patient Preparation for implant surgery
• Diagnosis & treatment planning in Implantology
• Systemic disease and oral implants
• Basic pharmacology limited to implantology
• Radiographic evaluation and planning with cbct
• Pre-implant prosthetic planning
• Bone and soft tissue assessment and prosthetic options
Module 2 (Surgical / clinical Phase):
Introduction to armamentarium
Surgical principles for implant surgery
Placement of 2 implants by participants on patients (Cost of implant to be borne by participant)
Module 3(Prosthetic phase):
Implant exposure (uncovery)
Superstructure (Healing and Final Abutment) Selection & Fixation:
Hands on demonstration, patient work by participants
Delivery of the prosthesis
• Making landmarks of maxilla and mandible in OPG
• Diagnostic wax up / making surgical stent
• Hands on training of implant placement on mandibles
• Preparation of provisional restoration
• Live surgical demonstration of implant
• One stage implant OR
• Two stage implants
• Impression procedures
Course Fee includes
• Two Free Implants for Placement in Patients
• Surgical Kit to use
• Hands on Training on Impressions
• Tuition Fee for the Course
• Supply of hands on models, for placement of Implants.
• Use of Dental Surgery and Consumables
• Tea & Snacks, Lunches