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Dental Implant Fellowship: Mastering the Art of Implantology

A year long intensive course that sees dental professionals become proficient in placing and restorig dental implants 

COURSE BEGINS IN

FELLOWSHIP DETAILS:

Want to learn how to place dental implants safely and confidently?

Join us for a thirteen-day course taking place throughout 2024 and learn how to place and restore straight forward dental implants

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

IMPROVE your core knowledge of implantology

IMPROVE your treatment planning process

IMPROVE your clinical skills in placement and assessment of dental implant patients

IMPROVE your clinical skills in bone grafting procedures associated with dental implant placement

TESTIMONIALS

COURSE DETAILS:

Course Dates:

  • Week 1 – 5th & 6th April (Fri/Sat)

  • Week 2 – 3rd & 4th May (Fri/Sat)

  • Week 3 – 14th & 15th June (Fri/Sat)

  • Week 4 – 16th & 17th August (Fri/Sat)

  • Week 5 – 22nd & 23rd September (Th/Fri)

  • Week 6 – 7th & 8th November (Th/Fri)

  • Week 7 – 29th November (Fri)

All courses will run 8:30am-4:30pm

Cost: $17,990

(early bird discounts available for bookings made before 12th January 2024)

Attendees will also be eligible to access exclusive discounts from our sponsors so your practice will be equipped with all the tools and support you need when you begin your implant journey by the end of the course!

Location: Adelaide, SA

Lecturer: Dr Steve Soukoulis

Sponsors:

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COURSE PROGRAMME

WEEK 1 | Introduction to Implant Dentistry - Lectures

DAY 1

  • Surgical training methodology

  • Biological principles of implant healing

  • Break down the basics of implant prosthetics

DAY 2

  • Cone beam scanning in implant dentistry

  • Site assessment tools and considerations

  • Haemorrhage in oral surgery

WEEK 2 | Introduction to Material Science - Lectures

DAY 1

  • Material Science of implants

  • Implant connections and engineering

  • Patient medical history

DAY 2

  • Morning of Live Surgery Viewing

  • Biologic complications

  • Sugical anatomy associated with implant dentistry

WEEK 3 | Hands-on Training (with life-like molds)

DAY 1

  • Suturing and flap design

  • Implant placement protocol and bone grafting

  • Impression taking

DAY 2

  • Implant placement and bone grafting (continued)

  • Loading protocols

  • Temporary crown installation

WEEK 4 | Treatment Planning - Lectures & Hands-on Training

DAY 1

  • Treatment planning

  • Post operative assessment of implant healing

  • Torque testing

DAY 2

  • Additional implant placement and bone grafting  (using life-like molds)

  • Additional suturing techniques

WEEK 5 | Round 1: Implant Placement in Live Patients

Attendees will place their first round of implants in live patients (under local anaesthetics)

WEEK 6 | Round 2: Implant Placement in Live Patients & Impression Takings (of Round 1 Patients)

Attendees will place their second round of implants in live patients and take impressions of round 1 patients

WEEK 7 | Impression Taking & Crown Installation

Attendees will restoratively install the crowns for round 1 patients, then take impressions of round 2 patients (round 2 patient crown installation will occur in the New Year, with assistance from your AIM lecturer)

COURSE BOOKING

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