The Basic 101 Implant Course: 3-Day Hands-on Surgical Course for Dentists
Date: September 2018
Place: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Faculty: American Board Certified Periodontists
OBJECTIVE: To train the dental clinician to perform surgical implant procedures focusing on problems related to treatment of partially dentate mandibles and maxillas with moderate resorption.
- Review of the scientific background of dental implants including biological aspects, biochemical, and engineering aspects and the step-by-step process of current procedures
- Presentation of patient selection criteria
- Review of CT scans and radiographs for implant placement.
- Detailed presentation of clinical surgical procedures
- Presentation of prosthetic procedures
- Edited videotapes made from live surgery. The technical details in connection with surgery are explained and include treatment alternatives, Participants have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss clinical problems.
- An extensive HANDS-ON program teachers and handing of equipment, instruments and components, Preparation and installation of fixtures and abutments are done in a clinical setting.
- Preoperative technique, follow-up radiographical technique and the computerized patient control system are discussed.
- Discussion of possible complications and how to handle them
- Presentation of long term clinical studies
- Presentation of current and ongoing biological research
The Institute for Advanced Dental Studies was established over three decades ago with the mission to expand the knowledge of the dental practitioner. The history and tradition continues today with courses for the enhancement of fundamental principles to advanced clinical procedures. Courses offer comprehensive didactic, hands on and clinical components.
After course knowledge: Intermediate to advanced expert.
Upon completion student will be awarded a certificate of completion by the Institute for Advanced Dental Studies.
Course Tuition: $9,999 USD