With today’s technology, dental implants have become very popular. The procedure is quite complicated, and so a skilled professional must handle the surgery. Ordinary dentists cannot perform dental implant surgery. Only dentists who have undergone extensive training and courses are licensed to do this. A dentist has to be specialized in the field of implantation to be able to perform dental implant surgery.
Course for Beginners
Students enrolled in the beginners’ course will learn about the basic steps of dental implantation. In here, the instructions are made simple for the students to understand the course easily. They are then allowed to establish diagnosis and create treatment plan for specific cases during their hands-on sessions. At first, the students will try to perform the procedure on models. Eventually they will get the chance to perform the surgery under the supervision of their instructor.
Bone Grafting and Immediate Placement (Advance Course)
The students will become exposed to various atraumatic extraction flap designs, as well as to implant surgery and bone remodeling principles. Bone grafting techniques will be taught in this course. Suture materials and surgical techniques will be discussed well for the students to get the chance to attend to hands-on session.
Principles of Sinus Augmentation and Periodontal
In this course, the literature, new surgical techniques, modifications, and grafting materials will be reviewed. Also, the new innovations designed for the future will be discussed. An example of this innovation is piezoelectric surgery, a new option for dental implant that causes fewer complications. Apart from that, students will be informed about the prevention and management of such complications.
In this course, diagnosis, planning for treatment, minor live surgeries, as well as immediate placement of tooth will be practiced. Not only that, but bone grafting and augmentation and atraumatic extraction will also be included.
This is the final part of the dental implant course, wherein the students will present their own case studies and undergo an open discussion after the presentation.