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Online Fellowship in Oral Implantology for implant practitioners.

Online Fellowship in Oral Implantology for implant practitioners.
Online Fellowship in Oral Implantology for implant practitioners.

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About The Event

Introduction:

Implantology Curriculum for International Participants

Welcome to our comprehensive Implantology Curriculum designed for dental professionals worldwide.

Our internationally recognized program aims to provide cutting-edge education in implant dentistry.

Duration:

Program Length: 6 Months

Embark on a comprehensive journey through Basic and Advanced Implantology, Implant Prosthetics, Occlusion, and Full Mouth Rehabilitation.

Our program is designed to accommodate the global dental community, providing a flexible online format for six months.

Our implantology curriculum is structured to accommodate the needs of busy dental professionals.

The title obtained is 'FELLOWSHIP IN ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY.

Upon completion of the curriculum and submission of 3 completed cases. (surgical plus prosthetic)

Or

Upon completing the curriculum and submitting one completed case and four implant placements.

ELIGIBILITY

Bachelor's Degree in Dentistry  from any University

Program Objectives:

Equip participants with evidence-based and advanced knowledge in implantology.

Develop proficiency in implant placement and restoration.

Enhance diagnostic and treatment planning skills.

Foster a global perspective on implant dentistry practices.

Methodology:

Our Implantology Curriculum employs a multifaceted approach to ensure a holistic learning experience.

Methodology Highlights:

Lectures by Renowned Experts

Hands-on Workshops (Available as an Add-on with additional fees)

Clinical Case Studies

Surgical and Prosthetic Demonstrations

Interactive Online Modules

Syllabus online

Lesson 1

What are dental implants?

Rationale of dental implants in modern dentistry.

How to select a case for implants?

How will you create scope for implants in the day

to day practice.

Clinic set up and instruments.

Lesson 2

Diagnosis and treatment planning considering

faster and more predictable Implantology.

How will you present the case to patients?

Lessons 3 and 4

Implant Basics and Terminology.

Implant Terminology.

Diagnosis: Different Diagnostic Aids and

Methods.

Diagnostic Evaluation (cast, stents, opg, cbct, etc.)

Treatment Planning.

How multi-type implant systems can benefit

indifferent clinical situations.

Lesson 5

Evaluation of forces acting on implants.

Evaluation of natural teeth.

Bone as a foundation for predictable dental

implants. Physiology and clinically meaningful

applied science.

Evaluation of bone in quality and quantity.

Lesson 6

What are the different techniques for bone

manipulation and when to use them.

Osteotomes, drills, densah, heatless drills

Grafting procedures – different graft materials,

membranes.

Direct and indirect sinus graft.

Socket preservation.

Diagnosis, Treatment

Planning and Treatment

Execution Considering

Surgical Aspects and

Prosthetic Needs

Bone condensers and ridge split.

Lesson 7

Occlusion for natural dentition and implants.

Correcting occlusal disease and TMD.

Placing implants in high-risk patients like

bruxism, smoking.

Making prostheses at correct guidance.

Concept of immediate implantation and

loading.

When to load implants immediately.

Converting difficult situations into

predictable one.

Lesson 8

Occlusion for natural dentition and implants.

Correcting occlusal disease and TMD.

Placing implants in high-risk patients like

bruxism, smoking.

Making prostheses at correct guidance.

Concept of immediate implantation and

loading.

When to load implants immediately.

Converting difficult situations into

predictable one.

Lesson 9

Different impression techniques, laboratory

steps (prosthetic phase in detail), facebow

transfers.

How to decide the long-term predictability of implants.

Implant success and failure.

Managing complications.

Different prosthetic materials

Making metal-free implant restorations in your clinic. (Aesthetic, economic, occlusion friendly system complete philosophy)

Lesson 10

Master keys for predictable occlusion.

Incorporating concepts of occlusion in day-to-day practice.

CR and face bow transfer.

Implant aesthetics and function

Pink and white aesthetics in implantology

Occlusion for natural dentition and implants.

Reducing Occlusal overload.

Cause and effect relationship.

Understanding function and dysfunction and

its ill effects on dental and general health.

Why does the best-treated FMR fail after a few years?

And how to prevent it.

Effects of tongue thrust habit in adults and

it's influence on occlusion.

Tongue - position, movement, nostrils, airway,

sleep apnea, sleep-disordered breathing... And

why you need to consider them in the treatment

planning of FMR cases.

Support:

Assistance in patient treatment planning.

Access to over 70 hours of pre-recorded videos covering Implantology, Aesthetics, Occlusion, and Practice Management.

Fees:

Course Fee: £955 (+VAT for UK applicants)

Registration cum First part payment: £250

Balance payment as three monthly instalments of £235

Add-ons:

Support for clinical cases under the presence of a mentor (charged separately)

Tickets

  • Regn. cum 1st Instalment

    To secure your place, an Initial non-refundable deposit payment of £470, which in turn will be the first installment.

    £250.00
    +£6.25 service fee

Total

£0.00

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