- 2 (Registered)
Online Didactic And Hands On
Date: September 1, 2020 – December 5, 2020
Live Surgery: Currently unavailable – Contact us to inquire about the ‘One-On-One Mentorship’ post program completion
Price: $7,500 + HST
What you will learn:
This program includes all important aspects of implant dentistry: diagnosis and treatment planning, implant surgery, implant prosthodontics, long-term maintenance as well as prevention and management of implant complications. At the end of the didactic program a hands-on session will allow participants to further refine their skills and to be competent in comprehensive treatment planning, straightforward to advanced implant surgical procedures including localized bone augmentation, and the restoration as well as the after care of simple and advanced cases involving dental implants.
The didactic portion of the program is delivered in a cutting-edge e-learning online format. This will enable students to complete the program at their own pace at their own time without taking time off to travel. Once the online and hands-on program is completed an optional surgical mentorship will be available to graduates where the skills are going to be practiced on patients in a personalized 1-on-1 over the shoulder environment.
The online and hands-on component of the program are eligible for 72 PACE approved hours, fulfilling the RCDSO and most other jurisdictions’ requirements for placing and restoring dental implants. CE hours will be allocated for the live surgical mentorship on an individual basis.
Didactic Online Modules
INTRODUCTION, COURSE BRIEFING AND RATIONALE FOR IMPLANTS
Introduction, Course Briefing and Rationale for Implants
MODULE 1- BONE BIOLOGY, ANATOMY AND WOUND HEALING
Healing mechanisms and bone physiology
Anatomy of the Maxilla and Mandible and Anatomical Safety Zones
Pharmacology for Implant Dentistry
MODULE 2- IMPLANT MATERIAL SCIENCE AND OSSEOINTEGRATION
History of Dental Implants
Biomechanics, Geometry and Osseointegration
Factors influencing implant success
MODULE 3 – PATIENT EVALUATION & TREATMENT PLANNING
Concepts of General Treatment planning in Implant Dentistry
Systemic factors and medical history evaluation for implant patients
Imaging, Documentation and 3D Planning
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Implant Patients
MODULE 4 – PRE-SURGICAL PROTOCOLS AND ARMAMENTARIUM
Pre-surgical patient evaluation and preparation for surgery
Surgical instruments and materials for implant surgery
MODULE 5 – SOCKET GRAFTING AND GUIDED BONE REGENERATION
Save or Extract the Implant Dilemma
Atraumatic Extraction and Socket Grafting
Guided bone regeneration materials and techniques
MODULE 6 – IMPLANT SURGICAL PROTOCOLS SIMPLE
Surgical Protocols for placing “simple” implants
Surgical Guides and guided surgery
MODULE 7 – IMPLANT SURGICAL PROTOCOLS COMPLEX
Immediate extraction and implant placement
Managing complex implant surgical placements and sinus grafting
MODULE 8 – MANAGEMENT OF COMPLICATIONS SURGICAL
Post-surgical complications and management
MODULE 9 – POST SURGICAL PRE-PROSTHETIC ASSESSMENT
Evaluation of surgical outcome and stability
Prosthetic Components and Protocols
MODULE 10 – PROSTHETIC OPTIONS FIXED
Fixed Prosthesis, Provisionalization and Materials
Aesthetic Design, Digital Smile Design and the demanding patient
MODULE 11 – PROSTHETIC OPTIONS REMOVABLE
Removable Prosthesis, Provisionalization and Materials
Occlusal considerations in implant dentistry
MODULE 12 – FULL ARCH/TEETH IN A DAY
Full arch immediate load protocols
Guided surgery and CAD/CAM prosthetics in full arch rehabilitation
MODULE 13 – MANAGEMENT OF COMPLICATIONS PROSTHETIC
Management of Restorative Complications
Management of Soft Tissue Complications
MODULE 14 – LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP AND MAINTENANCE
Long-term follow-up and maintenance
Implant Maintenace Therapy
CONCLUSION AND POST-COURSE EVALUATION
Suturing Techniques – Interrupted, Deep horizontal, Continuous locking
Guided Bone Regeneration on Model
Placement of implant on model
Sinus wall preparation on egg and sinus model
Open tray and closed tray impression taking
I/O Digital Implant Scanning
Implant Provisionalization Exercise
TREATMENT PLANNING MODULES
Treatment Planning Assignment – Posterior
Treatment Planning Assignment – Anterior
CBCT Interpretation Assignment
Online/Webinar Course Specifications
- An internet connection- broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE). Minimum bandwidth is 600 kbps and recommended is 1.5 mbps and recommended is 1.5 mbps.
- A microphone – built-in your computer or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth.
- Built-in headset jack from laptop or desktop
- A webcam- one which his built-in to your computer or one that connects to your computer via USB.
- Supported operating systems are Mac OS X with MacOS 10.6.8 or later, Windows10, Windows 8 or 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista with SP1 or later, Windows XP with SP3 or later
- Supported browsers are Firefox, Chrome, Safari5+
- Access to an email account
Course information will be provided upon course registration to each participant, with specified link, date, time and other course related information.
Access to online webinars will be provided on the date a program begins.
COST: $7,500 + HST
Want to join Didactic only?
Not ready to place implants yet? Take the Didactic Only portion and receive 60 CE credits at a cost of $6,225.00.
Be sure to join hands-on at a later date to complete the program!
HANDS-ON POWERED BY :
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Dr. Dan Hagi graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in 2003. He maintains a general practice focused on metal-free oral rehabilitation in Thornhill, ON. He is also the founder of the Dental Implantology Center of Excellence (DICE), an institute devoted to enhancing dental implant education and pushing forward digital dentistry.
He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI), Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) and an associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID). An international lecturer and consultant for several dental companies.