Fri, Mar 19 | Lemongrass Hill

Oral Implantology 12 hours online + 4 Days Residential Workshop( Conventional and Basal Implants)

Dental Implants have become an integral part of general dental practice. This course offers an in-depth program that helps the participating dentist to perform oral implantology successfully. By completing this, one will be able to place Endosteal and Basal Implants in their clinical practice.
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Oral Implantology  12 hours online + 4 Days Residential Workshop( Conventional and Basal Implants)

Time & Location

Mar 19, 7:41 PM GMT+5:30 – Mar 23, 1:41 AM GMT+5:30
Lemongrass Hill, Manathoor-Karimkunnam Shortcut Rd, Karimkunnam, Kerala 685586, India

About the Event

Dental Implants have become an integral part of general dental practice. This course offers an in-depth program that helps the participating dentist to perform oral implantology successfully. By completing this course one will be able to place Endosteal and Basal Implants in their clinical practices.

IMPORTANT: CANDIDATES  MAY COME FOR PROSTHODONTIC PART OF THE IMPLANT PROGRAM AT A LATER DATE.

About the Event

Certificate:  Association of Interdisciplinary Dentistry AIOI  International accreditation center, Argentina.

RECIPIENTS/ELIGIBILITY

Candidates with recognized BDS and MDS degrees.

OBJECTIVES

  • To provide an innovative program that enhances current knowledge and clinical skills in Implantology.
  • To present sound academic theory and high-quality practical training by mentors.
  • To provide students with the confidence and ability to enhance their clinical practice by incorporating the latest advances in technology and research in the field of Implantology.
  • To deliver learning using the latest skills and technology enabling students to access the course, while maintaining their commitment to their clinical practice.

PROGRAM

Comprehensive Implant Course:

  • Introduction to dental implantology. Science and rationale for implants. Human anatomy and radiology in assessment,      diagnosis, and treatment planning.
  • Surgical site and bone evaluation. Diagnosis and treatment planning. Surgical setup and augmentation materials.
  • Prosthetic considerations and classification.      Impression taking for the prosthetic component. Understanding CT (CBCT)      scans. CAD / CAM (digital workflow). Occlusal considerations in implant dentistry.
  • Prosthesis. CT (Computed Tomography) scans and reviews. Uses of PIEZO-electric surgery.
  • Osteotome technique. GBR (Guided Bone      Regeneration) and GTR (Guided Tissue Regeneration) techniques using allograft, autograft, and xenograft.
  • Concentrated Growth Factors - fabrication,      manipulation, and uses. Ridge splitting and sinus lifts/grafts.
  • Sinus lift for the implant dentist - Lateral wall / crestal sinus lifts and grafting procedures. Complications -      protocols for minimization of complications and treatments.
  • Bringing together bone biology, prosthetic engineering, and soft tissue management in implant dentistry. Integrating implant dentistry into general dental practice.

SCHEDULE  ONLINE:  

March 27, 9 PM - 11 PM. Dr.KedarBhakshi  Dr.Lalith V Anand

  • Introduction to dental implantology.
  • Science and rationale for implants.
  • Human anatomy and radiology in assessment,      diagnosis, and treatment planning.
  • Surgical site and bone evaluation.
  • Diagnosis and treatment planning. Surgical setup and augmentation materials.

March 28, 9 PM - 11 PM. Dr.KedarBhakshi and Dr.Lalith V Anand

  • Osteotome technique. GBR (Guided Bone      Regeneration) and GTR (Guided Tissue Regeneration) techniques using allograft, autograft, and xenograft.
  • Concentrated Growth Factors - fabrication,      manipulation, and uses.
  • Ridge splitting and sinus lifts/grafts.
  • Sinus lift for the implant  - Lateral wall / Crestal sinus lifts and grafting procedures.
  • Complications - protocols for minimization of complications and treatments.

March 29, 9 PM - 11 PM. Dr.KedarBhakshi   Dr.Lalith V Anand

  • Prosthetic considerations and classification.      Impression taking for the prosthetic component. Understanding CT (CBCT)      scans. CAD / CAM (digital workflow). Occlusal considerations in implant dentistry.
  • Prosthesis. CT (Computed Tomography) scans and reviews.
  • Uses of PIEZO-electric surgery.
  • Bringing together bone biology, prosthetic engineering, and soft tissue management in implant dentistry.
  • Integrating implant dentistry into general dental practice.

March 30, 9 PM - 11 PM  Dr.Prasanth Pillai    Dr.Benny Augustine    Dr.Bobby Antony

Introduction to Basal Implantology

  •      History of Dental Implants
  •  Bone      Lecture

o Cancellous  Cortical Bone

o Bone Physiology

o Bone Grafting& Sinus Lifting – is it really necessary?

o Wolfs Law

o Basic Anatomy of Maxilla and Mandible

  •      Imaging in Implantology
  •  Why      Flapless Placement?
  •      Immediate Functional Implants – Significance
  •  Why      Load in 72 hours?

March 31, 9 PM - 11 PM. Dr.Prasanth Pillai    Dr.Benny Augustine    Dr.Bobby Antony

  •      Implant Design & Number Selection
  •      Armamentarium
  •      Strategic Implant positions
  •      Implant Placement Techniques in Strategic Positions

April 1, 9 PM - 10 PM. Dr.Prasanth Pillai    Dr.Benny Augustine    Dr.Bobby Antony

  •      Prosthetics for Strategic Implants
  •      Impression Techniques for Single and Multiple Implants
  •      Fabrication Techniques for Metal Acrylic, Metal Composite, PFM
  •  Metal      Trial
  •  Try in-      Finishing the Prosthesis
  •      Occlusion
  •  Review      & Maintenance

April 2, 10 PM - 11 PM. Dr.KedarBhakshi   Dr.Lalith V Anand Dr.Prasanth Pillai    Dr.Benny Augustine    Dr.Bobby Antony

  • Discussion

4 DAYS RESIDENTIAL TRAINING PROGRAM AT IDRR CENTRE

March 10th, 1.00 PM -March  14th, 1 pm

YOU LEARN

  • Evaluation of forces acting on implants
  • Evaluation of natural teeth
  • Bone as a foundation for predictable dental implants. Physiology and clinically important applied science.
  • Evaluation of bone in quality and quantity
  • Socket preservation
  • What are the different techniques for bone manipulation and when to use them?
  • Concept of immediate implantation and loading.
  • When to load implants immediately
  • how to incorporate compression implants, basal      implants, disk implants
  • When to use custom made implants

Practice Enhancement And Marketing Aspect Of Implantology

  • How will you create scope for implants in day      to day practice
  • Clinic set up and instruments.
  • How to make overdentures more profit-making
  • Diagnosis and treatment planning considering faster and predictable Implantology.
  • How will you present a case to patients?

Basics In Implantology

  • Implant Terminology
  • Diagnosis:- Different Diagnostic Aids And      Methods
  • Diagnostic Evaluation (Cast, Stents, OPG,      CBCT, etc.)
  • Treatment Planning
  • How multi-type implant systems can benefit from different clinical situations.

Hands-On And Table Demonstration

  • Hard and soft tissue on pig/Sheep  jaws
  • Instruments and instrumentation
  • Implant Terminology And Components
  • Surgical On Models
  • Prosthetics
  • Face Bow Transfer
  • Treatment      Execution Considering Surgical Aspects And Prosthetic Needs  (WITH      SKILL ENHANCEMENT ON PIG JAW)
  • Grafting procedures – different graft      materials, membranes
  • The direct and indirect sinus graft
  • Bone condensers and ridge split
  • Surgical-prosthetic orientation
  • Occlusion for natural dentition and implants
  • Correcting occlusal disease and TMD
  • Placing implants in high-risk patients like      bruxism, smoking
  • Making prostheses at correct guidance
  • Converting difficult situations into predictable ones.
  • Intraoral welding.
  • Effective use of transitional implants
  • How to program Soft tissue and connective      tissue grafting
  • Temporization
  • Progressive bone loading
  • Different impression techniques, laboratory       steps (prosthetic phase in detail), facebow transfers
  • How to decide long term predictability of      implants
  • Implant success and failure
  • Managing complications

METHODOLOGY

The course will be carried out mainly through theoretical classes. Candidates can opt for hands-on sessions with the faculty if desired.

TRAINING

Dr.KedarBakshi

Dr. Lalith V Anand

Dr.Prasanth Pillai

Dr.Benny Augustine

Dr.Bobby Antony

Fees Rs.65,000* + GST :

Please note :

  • 12 Hours of Lectures online before the contact session
  • Only 6 candidates allowed  in the 12 seater Workshop Room to follow COVID 19 Precautionary 
  • 4 Days Exclusive Hands-on workshop which includes 2 Days clinical Demo and implant placement on Patients.
  • Live Patient Demonstration at the Dental Clinic@Lemongrass Hill.
  • 2 Days Clinical sessions can be attended  after one month or  can continue with the same module 
  • All materials will be provided for Hands-on Excercise  on Models and Animal Tissue
  • *Includes Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ( The stay and food component Rs.10,000  except Lunch for Single Or Family accommodation for 4 nights are included in the total fees. Lunch is a part of the Course - Contact  Mr.Sujit Manager Lemongrass Hill for more information at +917483787754. Those who wish to exempt accommodation can do so )
  • Hands-on Patients - 2 Conventional Implants complimentary + Additional implants and  Bone graft materials etc. at actual cost
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