About the Course

This course is aimed at general dentists looking to incorporate dental implants into their practice.

The focus is the following: Oral surgery, dental implant surgery, dental implant prosthetics. We will take a deep dive into treatment planning, step-by-step analysis and workflow for single and multiple implant rehabilitation.

This is a unique course because you will be exposed to a wide variety of cases and procedures from a clinical perspective with real life practical application taking place during the course with mentorship and supervision.

A practical and easy to refer to step-by-step booklet will be provided for participants looking to take advantage of this course.

Clinical Support and mentorship:

Dr AJ Salman

One-on-one clinical sessions can be arranged individually with the course participants. Scheduling will vary depending on availability of clinic time and co-ordinating patients, mentor and course participants.
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Seminar Outline

An idea of what you can expect when you take the course.

Anterior Zone Implant Cadaver Workshop

Theory and hands-on models / Practice on Cadavers

Anterior Zone Implant Cadaver Workshop is a surgically focused, state-of-the-art program for experienced clinicians to manage implant surgery in the anterior zone. The comprehensive curriculum allows you to benefit from:

  • A didactic program taught in a small group format.
  • A philosophy of rigorous case selection and surgical risk assessment for straightforward surgical indications.
  • Combination of practice on models and cadavers
  • ”One on one” mentoring for 3 months offsite in case planning and surgical plan
  • In-depth learning and practicing ITI guidelines for case selection and management of complicated cases.

Advance Your Surgical Skills With One To One Support

Practice Hands on Models

In depth theory and Implant placement on models first following ITI principles

Cadaver Training

Training almost as close as treating your real case with Immediate implant placement, Grafting and primary closure.

Lab Communication

Guidelines on when and what to communicate to the dental technician for immediate loading.

3 Months Mentoring

One-on-one offsite help in case planning by experienced implantologists to build confidence and peace of mind knowing support is available

Simple Product Portfolio

Helps reduce complexity by initially introducing only a limited number of key products.

Practice and Patient Marketing

Training and demo materials for patient consultation and tools for online and offline practice marketing.

Learning Objectives

  • Immediate Implants
  • Socket Preservation
  • Allografts Harvesting
  • Membranes and Fixation
  • Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)
  • Soft Tissue Management

Why Patients Prefer Immediate Implants..

Part 2 – Dental implant surgical training

includes hands-on componentry

Seminar 2: Implant Surgical Fundamentals

    Day 1 - Theory
  1. Foundations of Implant Dentistry
  2. Taking Records
  3. Dental Implant surgical componentry and their function
  4. Relevant Anatomy
  5. Radiographic assessment - Each dentist will have two CBCTs on DVD or USB to use, you will need to locate vital structures and plan implant surgery.
  6. Selecting your ideal implant
  7. Risk assessment
  8. Surgical Principles Part 1
  9. Day 2 - Practical
  10. Live surgery dental implant placement (morning)
  11. Gaining Confidence in the Clinic
  12. Hands-on exercise CBCT manipulation x 3 cases
  13. Hands-on exercise, dental implant placement

Seminar 3: Implant Surgical Protocols

    Day 1 - Theory
  1. Foundations of Implant Dentistry part 2
  2. Surgical Principles part 2
  3. Mentally Guided Surgery
  4. Digitally Guided Surgery
  5. Selecting your ideal patient
  6. Practical Applications
  7. Day 2 - Practical
  8. Live Surgery free hand – step by step
  9. Live Surgery fully guided surgery – step by step
  10. Hands on exercises
  11. Case Presentations
  12. Common misconceptions

Seminar 4: Implant Surgical - Regeneration

    Day 1 - Theory
  1. Foundations of Implant Dentistry part 3
  2. Guided Bone Regeneration
  3. Internal Sinus Elevation
  4. Soft Tissue Management
  5. Risk assessment
  6. Surgical Complications
  7. Day 2 - Practical
  8. Live Surgery: bring your patient if you can
  9. Hands-on Pigs
  10. Summary and wrap up
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Part 3 – Dental implant restorative training

includes hands-on componentry

Seminar 5: Implant Restorative Blueprint

    Day 1 - Theory
  1. Foundation of implant restoratives
  2. Taking Records
  3. Componentry and their function
  4. Restorative connections
  5. Aesthetic assessment
  6. Occlusal assessment
  7. Intraoral scanning and workflow
  8. Fixture Head impressions and workflow
  9. Restorative Principles Part 1
  10. Day 2 - Practical
  11. Live patient restoration
  12. Intraoral Scanning
  13. Impression taking
  14. Temporary restoration
  15. Definitive restoration
  16. Case presentations and assessments

Seminar 6: Implant Rehabilitation Protocols

    Day 1 - Theory
  1. Rehabilitation with Dental Implants
  2. Dental Implant Bridges
  3. Overdentures
  4. Indications and Contraindications
  5. Occlusal considerations
  6. Restorative considerations
  7. Complications
  8. How to test the passivity of your restorations
  9. Day 2 - Practical
  10. Live patient restoration
  11. Intraoral Scanning for multiple units
  12. Impression taking splinted approach
  13. Custom impression coping
  14. Custom healing abutments
  15. Case presentations and assessments

Seminar X: TBC

  • Full Arch Implant Dentistry (Theory and Practical)
  • Immediate Loading Principles
  • Multiunit Abutments
  • Step by step approach to All on X surgery
  • Guided surgery approach
  • Freehand surgery approach
  • Alveolectomy
  • Step by step approach to All on X restorative
  • Digital Restorative technique
  • Analogue Restorative technique
  • Re-Live Surgery and Discussion

Your Questions

Q & A

I want to start placing dental implants but I am not sure how to start?

As a general dentist, learning a new skill can be challenging. The good news is that general dentists are already very well equipped with the base knowledge required, they just need to consolidate that knowledge and apply it. Here is a framework on how to achieve dental implant success and confidence in your practice:

  • Start with some basic research to see if dental implants is the right skill for you to take on-board your practicing journey.
  • Take a comprehensive training course
  • Observe experienced professionals
  • Seek mentorship
  • And most importantly… Get started!
Why should I learn about dental implants?

There are several advantages to learning about dental implants as a dentist, including:

  • The ability to offer a wider range of treatment options to patients
  • The potential for increased income through the provision of implant services
  • The ability to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction,
  • Staying current with the latest technology and techniques
  • Enhance your professional reputation and credibility
  • Opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration
Why should I consider dental implants as a tooth replacement solution for my patients?

There may be a need to treat patients with missing teeth who may not be candidates for other types of restorative treatments, such as bridges or dentures

Implant-supported restorations can also help to preserve the remaining natural teeth, as they do not require the reduction of healthy tooth structure like you do with dental bridges.

Implant-supported restorations can provide improved stability, function, and aesthetics compared to traditional restorative options.

Why should I consider implementing digital dentistry in my practice?

  • Improved accuracy and efficiency:
  • Enhanced patient experience
  • Greater treatment options
  • Increased income
  • Staying current with the latest technology
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Decreased risk of errors

Why should I upskill in oral surgery?

There are several advantages to upskilling your oral surgery as a dentist, including:

  • The ability to offer more comprehensive treatment options to patients.
  • Improved patient outcomes.
  • Increased patient satisfaction and a higher level of continuity of care as the patient does not have to be referred to another specialist for certain procedures.
  • Increased ability to diagnose cases which may otherwise go undiagnosed

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