Implant Placement with Live Surgery Hands-On Training (Stage 1)

Implant Placement with Live Surgery Hands-On Training (Stage 1)

Dr. Benjamin Retzkin
Dr. Eitan Krause, D.M.D
Dr. Gustavo Yatzkaier
Dr. Stan Brodie
02.05.2018

Course Status: open

Revealing the foundations of an implant-based treatment program while understanding the surgical and restorative components of the program. Participants will be given in-depth knowledge that will enable them to make correct decisions and implement them in their clinical practices.

The course consists of 4 sessions and includes the following:

1. The rationale for performing dental implants – history
2. Anatomy and its application in dental implants
3. Imaging and its application in dental implants
4. Osteo-integration, bone wound healing
5. Indications and contraindications for implant use
6. Systemic evaluation prior to implantation
7. Sterilization and preparation of the patient prior to implantation
8. Pre-and post-surgical treatment
9. Basic principles in surgery, soft tissue assessment, flap planning, suture principles
10. Preparing a surgical tray, knowing a surgical kit
11. Practical practice on phantom heads
12. Implants vs teeth?
13. Rehabilitative aspects as the basis for planning an implant-based treatment plan
14. Computerized design and insertion of implants
15. Procedure for exposing implants, one-stage versus two-stage implants
16. Implant complications during and post-surgery
17. Essential emphasis on preparing an operating room for surgery
18. Course participants perform implant procedures with professional staff guidance

Implant Placement with Live Surgery Hands-On Training (Stage 1)

02.05.2018

Course Status: open

Revealing the foundations of an implant-based treatment program while understanding the surgical and restorative components of the program. Participants will be given in-depth knowledge that will enable them to make correct decisions and implement them in their clinical practices.

The course consists of 4 sessions and includes the following:

1. The rationale for performing dental implants – history
2. Anatomy and its application in dental implants
3. Imaging and its application in dental implants
4. Osteo-integration, bone wound healing
5. Indications and contraindications for implant use
6. Systemic evaluation prior to implantation
7. Sterilization and preparation of the patient prior to implantation
8. Pre-and post-surgical treatment
9. Basic principles in surgery, soft tissue assessment, flap planning, suture principles
10. Preparing a surgical tray, knowing a surgical kit
11. Practical practice on phantom heads
12. Implants vs teeth?
13. Rehabilitative aspects as the basis for planning an implant-based treatment plan
14. Computerized design and insertion of implants
15. Procedure for exposing implants, one-stage versus two-stage implants
16. Implant complications during and post-surgery
17. Essential emphasis on preparing an operating room for surgery
18. Course participants perform implant procedures with professional staff guidance

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