The first of a series of hands-0n 5 day courses designed to provide practical management of implant patients from case selection to post-treatment maintenance.
We want to guide general practitioners with little or no experience in implant dentistry who would like to incorporate implant dentistry into their own practices successfully.
Delegates will also be learning how to create the best environment within their own practices to ease their way into offering implant dentistry.We are also to provide mentoring during the course and for one year afterwards by e- mail and telephone thereafter.
The next course will be carried out in September 2013 at The One-To One Dental Clinic, 69 Harley Street, London W1G 8QW
The course tutors :
Dr Fazeela Khan-Osborne (Surgical/Restorative)
Dr Neil Cooper (Surgical /Restorative)
Course 1: 6 days “Getting started in Implant Dentistry”
• Brief Overview of Implants
• Consultation Process for Implant patients,
• Medical considerations and Informed Consent
• Documentation for the GDP and the Patient
• Training your staff and aseptic surgery set-up for implants
• Radiographic analysis /use of CT/ IV sedation
• All pre-and post operative drug regimes for LA/IV Sed patients
• Use of surgical stents
• Provisionalisation, types and materials
• Techniques for implant placement
• Ridge Expansion
• Standard placement
• Single tooth /short span bridges
• Immediate loaded ImplantsSurgical Set-up
• Liasing with the Laboratory
• Stage 2 exposure, incision and flap techniques, Soft tissue manipulation
• Transfer impression techniques and choice of abutments
• Implant Occlusion
• Try-in phase
• Fitting of final restoration
• Trouble shooting
• Diagnostics and treatment Planning of any delegate cases
LIVE CASES ON ALL COURSE DAYS
Course Fees: £3500.00
This course is aimed at the GDP who wishes to get started in implant dentistry and aims not only to equip them with the documentation for this but also enables them to gain valuable hands-on experience of each type of simple placement techniques. Delegates are encouraged to bring cases with them.