ADVANCED IMPLANT DENTISTRY
SURGERY AND PROSTHODONTICS
This course is intended for clinicians who have taken the AAIP/ADIS basic implant placement course and/or dentists who have limited implant experience and wish to expand their knowledge of oral implantology.
The course includes workshops on anatomical models, followed by implant surgery and restorative procedures on live patients. One-on-one instruction by course faculty is provided with procedures and techniques that can be immediately implemented into office situations. Participants can bring their own patients, or patients can be provided by the course.
Every participant will perform a minimum of 5 sinus lifts (place implants when appropriate) and 4 GBR with or without immediate implant placements. All procedures will be performed under faculty supervision.
Upon completion of this continuing education program, doctors will receive diplomas and 40 CE hours’ certificate from AAIP and ADI Seminars.
Included: lunches, instruments, implants, bone grafting materials and Computed Tomography (CT).
Theoretical part covers the following topics:
Hands-on training objectives: