Next course June 12–16, 2019
Mar 6–10, 2019. Registration closed · Register for our next corse June 12–16, 2019 · Nov 6–10, 2019 ·Registration Open
During this 5-day hands-on implant training seminar you will learn how to perform preservation-oriented dental implant procedures with confidence and competency. Whether you are a beginner looking for continuous education or an experienced clinician seeking to add surgical and prosthodontic dental implants to your own practice, our courses will meet your needs.
Level 1. Basic Introductory Implant Placement.
Every participant will insert 15 (or more) implants under supervision. During this five-day course, clinicians will learn how to perform preservation oriented implant procedures with confidence and competency. Participants will also learn how to make extensive treatment cost effective, while adhering to currently accepted concepts of implant therapy. The course includes one half-day of lectures, one half-day of hands-on workshops on anatomic models, and four days of implant placement on provided patients.
This level is designed for general dentists and/or specialists in private practice who have experience with restorative dentistry and basic oral surgical procedures. At the completion of the course, every participant should be able to:
- Determine if implants are an appropriate treatment option on a case-by-case basis
- Present implant treatment plans to patients and provide appropriate patient education
- Manage an implant practice in a cost-effective manner
- Perform basic implant surgical and restorative procedures that achieve predictable results
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At the completion of the course, every participant should, in addition to the objectives of the basic introductory implant placement course, be able to:
- Demonstrate competency in soft tissue management and bone augmentation
- Perform uncomplicated sinus lifts
- Obtain an ideal implant occlusion
- Understand the use of alternative dental implant systems
- Work as part of an implant team with other professionals
- Dental, medical billing
Lecture topics include dealing with complications; implant screw mechanics, the settling effect, and removal of broken implant screws; and alternative dental implant systems (blades, subperiosteal, mini, and small diameter implants).
GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
- Before your departure, you will be provided with all contact and reservation information.
- Arriving to Kingston, Jamaica - Norman Manley (KIN) Airport.
- Designated driver, with your info, will be waiting for you at the airport and transport you to the hotel.
- Accommodation at the hotel for 6 nights, daily meals provided.
- First day begins at 9:00am in your hotel lobby where you will be taken to the University Dental School.
- Recommended dress code: Pack scrubs for 5 days, and comfortable shoes.
- If you use loops and lights in your office set up, it is suggested to bring them.
- Regular (latex) gloves, and ear-loop masks are provided to attendees.
- If you have any specific requirements: gloves, masks, hats etc., you may want to provide them for yourself.
- If you have any medical problems, allergies, or food restrictions: please let us know in advance so we can help accommodate you.
- It is recommended to bring your own photo/video device (To record your cases)
- Course ends, Your designated driver will transport you to Kingston, Jamaica - Norman Manley (KIN) Airport.