Dental Implant Workshop:
Phd, MBMS, DEA, DESC,CG, CBM, DDS.
-President of medical sciences Department in the IUU.
-president of the fourth international dental congress.
-Super excellency ambassador in Implantology and bone graft.
THIS TRAINING COURSE CAN BE APPLIED TO ANY DENTAL IMPLANT SYSTEM. REGISTER Today.
Diagnose, treatment plan and surgically place level I restoratively driven dental implants on healthy patients with good bone in safe anatomical areas.
Evaluation of the patient’s medical and dental history and oral anatomy.
Complete patient selection and informed consent.Anatomically based biomechanical dental implant placement and restoration in different bone types.
Atraumatic bone saving extraction techniques you must know – the important “surgery before the surgery”.
Socket grafting — a simple but essential tool for general dentistsLow cost diagnostics and radiograph for proper implant placement.
Brain guided step by step dental implant placement protocol for level I casesWhen to use one stage and two stage implantsFlap and flapless dental implant placement will be demonstrated.
Tissue management techniques for natural looking resultsWhere and when to use simple bone grafting materials and techniquesSee many different implant case scenarios that you can treatPerform implant placement in specially designed lifelike 3D printed modelsObserve live surgery at an AAFE Implant Director office so you can see how to integrate this into your own practiceCost effective office dental implant setupTotal team training through the AAFE educational platformImplantonomics – the economics of implants for every dental practiceCourse Objectives.
At the completion of this course, participants should be able to:
Diagnose, treatment plan, place and restore level I implant placement casesUnderstand how to evaluate a patient for dental implant placementDetermine the clinical situations and which implant cases have high successKnow which clinical situations are treatable and which require referralDescribe and evaluate the oral anatomy, bone types, and physiology for implant placement.
Know how to measure bone width and bone length using simple diagnostics and radiographs for implant placement
Surgically place dental implants using the AAFE brain guided techniqueDetermine the implant types and sizes to the amount of bone necessary for implant placement without graftingUnderstand surgical principles related to implant placementUnderstand the role of bruxism therapy and occlusion in implant success
List appropriate dentist and staff responsibilities for implant placementDiscuss appropriate operatory set-up for implant placementDescribe and list typical surgical equipment and instrument needsKnow and perform the logical steps, techniques, and instruments needed for placing dental implants, including soft-tissue management, osteotomy, implant placement, grafting if necessary, implant loading and restoration.Describe implant failures and how to prevent themPlace implants in healthy patients with adequate bone in safe anatomical areas.
2 Course Schedule
Registration 8:30 AM
Presentation and Hands-On Model Implant Placement 9:00 AM – 1:00 PMLunch Break 1:00
Dental Implant Live Surgery Observation 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Course fee: 250$
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