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Basics Of Oral Implantology
Wednesday, 15 April 2020, 12:00AM - Sunday, 19 April 2020, 12:00AM
Basics Of Oral Implantology
Wednesday, 15 April 2020, 09:00 - Sunday, 19 April 2020, 18:00
Description

Session Objectives: During the first session of this comprehensive hands-on implant training program the following topics are covered:
 Anatomy, bone physiology, patient evaluation for implant treatment, risk factors, vertical & horizontal spaces of occlusion, bone density, step-by-step implant surgical placement protocols including immediate and osteotome techniques, impression techniques, restorative steps for implant crown and bridge and more.
Hands-on workshops are performed by the class and live surgery demonstrations by faculty.

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Course Objectives
Recognize and describe the impact of complete and partial edentulism on hard and soft tissue, on the esthetic and the psychology of the patient.
Understand the history of dental implants.
Define the different types of dental implants.
Optimize the patient selection, case presentation and informed consent process.
Demonstrate and conduct complete dental history and clinical evaluation of implant patients.
Classify and define different implant prosthesis.
Learn all of the maxillary and mandibular anatomical landmarks and their radiographic assessment prior to implant placement.
Recognize and describe different types of bone density.
Describe the step-by-step protocol for the one and the two-stage surgical implant placement.
Learn the guidelines for optimal implant placement for function and esthetics.
Determine the proper implant depth during surgical placement of implants in different clinical situations.
Learn the ideal implant size in each tooth location.
Understand the minimum vertical and horizontal restorative spaces
Learn the selection process and how to fabricate surgical templates with different designs for each specific surgical indication.
Learn the indications, the guidelines and the protocol for immediate implant insertion technique.
Identify and utilize the 30 key principles for predictable implant surgical placement.
Understand the proper postoperative follow-up protocol after implant surgery.
Learn the step by step technique for socket grafting
Classify and define all four types of the bone grafting materials (Autograft, allograft, xenograft and alloplast)
Learn the technique and the indications for the open-tray and the closed-tray implant impression techniques.
Recognize and describe the indications for soft tissue model in implant dentistry.
Learn the step-by-step technique for fixed implant prosthesis delivery.
Understand the principals of oral sedation and the protocol for the use of oral sedatives prior to implant surgical procedures.
Learn the benefits of good communication practices between the doctor, patient and the laboratory.

Agenda
15 Apr 2020
09:00 - 18:00
    Description
    Day 1
    Implant terminology.
    Classification of implant prosthesis.
    Bone density.
    Force factors.
    Step by step implant placement protocols.
    Hands u2013 on surgical training.
    16 Apr 2020
    09:00 - 18:00
      Description
      Day 2
      Optimal implant positioning.
      Vertical and Horizontal restorative spaces.
      Surgical and radiologic Anatomy.
      17 Apr 2020
      09:00 - 18:00
        Description
        Day 3
        Osteotome implant placement technique.
        Immediate insertion technique & protocol.
        CT interpretation.
        Classification of bone grafting materials.
        Socket Grafting.
        18 Apr 2020
        09:00 - 18:00
          Description
          Day 4
          Introduction to the concept of Complete Dentistry and the physiology of occlusion.
          Introduction to centric relation position and measurement with demos.
          Discussion of methods of CR measurements: Cold Spray stretch in standard chairs, Bimanual manipulation, use of custom anterior deprogramming devices.
          Hands-On CR measurements at dental chair and lecture chair.
          Review of Day, discussion on when to use CR and when it is not needed, Q and A.
          19 Apr 2020
          09:00 - 18:00
            Description
            Day 5
            Introduction to TMJ / TMD diagnostic classifications.
            Discussion on record taking: photos (full face retracted).
            Precision impressions, pouring casts.
            Esthetic face bow VS. Functional face bow.
            Introduction to subtractive equilibration.
            Introduction to Occlusion analysis and Full-Mouth Equilibration-diagnostic mock-ups: Additive and subtractive.
            Review of Day, Q and A.
            Organizer
            California Implant Institute
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                Location
                United States, San Diego