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27 January 2018

09.00 - 18.00

THIS TWO-DAY COURSE IS INTENDED FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER WHO IS STARTING OR PLANS TO START UPON THE PATHWAY TO JOIN THE EXCITING FIELD OF IMPLANT SUPPORTED RECONSTRUCTIVE DENTISTRY.

During the course participants will be familiarised with: the basics of implantology – its origin and importance in contemporary dentistry; pertinent materials science considerations; indications and contra indications in dental implant treatment, types of prosthetic reconstructions together with their advantages and disadvantages plus, the necessary instruments, techniques and components for successful deployment of implant supported reconstructions. Participants will have practical demonstrations and hands on practice with the essential reconstruction techniques in a small group environment. There will also be a break out session giving an introductory overview of the process of computer planned fully guided implant placement.

1. Restoring the Dental Implant: The Biological Determinants

  • Osseointegration: Historic Background and Current Concepts
  • Dental implant designs and surfaces - Implant surface roughness
  • Biomaterials for Dental Implants
  • Fundamentals of implant surgery for general practitioner.


2. Patient evaluation and treatment planning

  • Key points of treatment planning for successful implant therapy
  • Predictability of dental implant treatment.
  • Assessing the patient for implant placement
  • Treatment Planning: Force Factors Related to Patient Conditions


3. Indications and contraindications: nowadays and in the past.

4. Implant components

5. An Implant Is Not a Tooth: A Comparison of Periodontal Indices

  • The Transmucosal Attachment; Normal peri-implant mucosa: Dimensions,Composition, Vascular supply, Probing gingiva and peri-implant mucosa
  • Advantages of the thick, nonmobile, and keratinized marginal soft tissue
  • Disadvantages of the thin, mobile, and nonkeratinized marginal soft tissue


6. Clinical Biomechanics in Implant Dentistry

  • Bone Response to Mechanical Loads
  • Role of available bone in dental implants. Bone density for dental implants -
  • How to avoid the functional overloading.


7. Platform switching or the common platform concept

8. Restorative options in implant dentistry

  • Implant prosthetic options for partially edentulous patients
  • Implant prosthetic options for completely edentulous patients
  • Metal-free zirconium prosthesis
  • Fixed and removable prosthetic reconstruction – decision criteria


9. Implant Abutment - Materials, Terminology, Stock Abutments, Customized Abutments, Biofilm and Periodontal Disease

10. Relationship between Abutment Geometry and Peri-implant Tissue in Esthetic Zone Cases

11. Different Implant – Abutment Connections: External Hex Connections, Internal Connections - Comparison of Different Internal Connection Designs

12. Implant impressions and prosthetics

  • Impression materials 
  • Implant impression procedures

- Direct/prepared abutment technique 
- Indirect/pick-up impression technique 
- Open tray technique 
- Closed tray technique 

  • Implant versus abutment level impression


13. Single-Tooth Replacement: Treatment Options Restorations

  • Posterior single-tooth replacement options
  • Contraindications and limitations of posterior single-tooth implants
  • Premolar implant replacement
  • First-molar implant replacement
  • Implant placement in the esthetic zone

- basic concepts
- anterior single-tooth replacement 919
- multiple-unit anterior fixed implant restorations 930

  • Specific single-tooth implant indications


14. Splinted versus single-unit restorations of multiple adjacent posterior implants

15. Combination of implant and natural tooth support

16. Implants in the Load Carrying Part of the Dentition

17. Multi-Unit Implant Fixed Prostheses

18. Provisional restorations in implant prosthetic dentistry - Immediate and laboratory fabrication

19. Maintenance of Dental Implants: Implant Quality of Health Scale

  • Maintenance of the Implant Patient.The diagnostic process

- Bleeding on probing (BoP) Suppuration Probing depth Radiographic interpretation Mobility

- Preventive and therapeutic strategies

  • Implant Patient Follow-up Form,
  • Cleaning, Disinfection, and Sterilization Techniques for Implant Abutments.

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