implantology

Basic Implantology Course: Two Days Hands-On Course For Beginners

08 April 2019

Upon successful completion of the basic implantology course, the participants will be able to:

  • Determine clinical scenarios and appropriate candidates for simple implant treatment.
  • Develop a dental implant treatment plan.
  • Prepare the surgical site for the placement of an implant.
  • Select and place the optimal implant type for the surgical site.
  • Select the correct prosthetic components for implant restoration.

Maxillary sinus in health & disease

05 April 2019

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the close relationship between roots and maxillary sinus
  • Understand various ways to manage oro-antral communication
  • Understand various ways to perform sinus floor augmentation

When a hole is more than just a hole - Management of Extraction Sockets in Implant Therapy

05 April 2019

Learning objectives:

  • Treatment planning
  • Timing of implant placement
  • Minimally invasive extractions
  • Bone grafting
  • Soft tissue grafting

To include dental implants to treat partial edentulism – considerations

05 April 2019

Learning objectives:

  • Factors to consider in treatment planning
  • Paradigms that serve as foundation of therapy

How can we prepare for The Digital Implant Dentistry?

04 April 2019

Learning objectives:

  • Understand about digital dentistry
  • Understand digital guide implant surgery
  • Understand digital implant prosthesis
  • Understand facial smile design

To preserve or to extract? Evidence based decision making

01 April 2019

Learning objectives

  • The process of evidence based clinical decision making.
  • When it is better to opt for an endo and when to place an implant?
  • Pros and cons of both treatments.

Actual and predictable protocols for implant immediate loading

01 April 2019

Learning objectives

  • To establish times/protocols for implant placement with respect to dental extraction
  • To establish loading times/protocols on implants
  • To establish the primary stability necessary for immediate loading
  • To establish the terminology/classification for the various placement protocols and loading of implants
  • To understand the benefits of bone graft according to type of material