Integrated Implant Dentistry Course

This course is designed as an introductory course for dentists wishing to incorporate implant dentistry into their practices predictably. It consists of a didactic and hands-on experience and a live patient surgical implant placement experience. Learn modern dental implant techniques based on science and technology, taught by some of the most qualified and forward-thinking minds in the field. Understand which cases to treat and as importantly which cases to refer and treat with a team approach.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Implant Dentistry

  • Rationale for Dental Implant Therapy

  • Medical Evaluation and Review of Systemic Health

  • Clinical Evaluation of Proposed Dental Implant Sites

  • Radiographic Evaluation

  • Prosthetically Driven Dental Implant Therapy (Start with the End)

  • Surgical and Restorative Armamentarium Review, Surgical Workspace Set-up

  • Pre- and post-operative patient management

  • Surgical Implant Therapy

  • Flap Management, Suturing, Socket Grafting, Bone Grafting, Transcrestal Sinus Lift Techniques

  • Guided Surgery Techniques

  • Restorative Implant Treatment

  • Digital Implant Dentistry

  • Surgical and Restorative Complications

  • Peri-implant mucositis and Peri-implantitis

  • Fully Edentulous Implant Therapy

Hands-on Exercises

  • Free-Hand Implant Placement

  • Guided Implant Placement

  • Soft Tissue Flap Management and Suturing

  • Socket Grafting and Simultaneous Bone Grafting with Implant Placement

  • Transcrestal Sinus Lift

  • Digital Impressions

Live Patient Experience

  • Medical, Clinical, and Radiographic Evaluation

  • Prosthetically Driven Treatment Planning

  • Guided Surgery Treatment Planning and Surgical Guide Fabrication Techniques

  • Surgical Placement of Multiple Implants in Live Patients under Direct Supervision of Experienced Faculty

  • Soft Tissue Flap Management, Bone Grafting, and Suturing Techniques

  • Pre- and Post-operative Patient Management

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn how to evaluate potential implant patients and implant sites

  2. Learn prosthetically driven dental implant treatment planning

  3. Learn the appropriate surgical and restorative dental implant armamentarium

  4. Learn predictable soft tissue flap management and suturing techniques

  5. Learn predictable socket grafting, bone grafting, and transcrestal sinus lift techniques

  6. Learn how to predictably place and restore uncomplicated dental implants

  7. Learn predictable guided surgery techniques

  8. Learn how to incorporate predictable digital implant dentistry techniques

  9. Learn how to manage surgical and restorative implant complications

  10. Learn how to manage peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis

Course Details

Date: October 18-20, 2019

Location: Dallas, TX

and

Date: December 5-7

Location: Louisville, KY

 

COURSE COST AND FINANCING

COST (PREPAY): $13,500 OR

COST (FINANCED): 24 MONTHS AT $646.88 PER MONTH