197001jan5:00 am5:00 amADJUNCT COURSE - Surgical 55:00 am - 5:00 am(GMT+10:00) View in my time Event Organized ByBrener Implant InstituteDisciplineImplants,Oral Surgery,ProsthodonticsFormatContinuum,Hands-on,In-Person

Event Details

Hands-on Frozen Cadaver Surgical Grafting and Implants

(10 CPD)   Pre-requisite Surgical 4

Program attendance is strictly limited

Course Outline

Performing surgery on frozen cadavers is extremely life-like. Participants will perform the procedures and experience the use of the operating microscope. Included are: Atraumatic tooth removal and ridge preservation techniques, flap design and advanced suturing, tissue relief to allow tension free flap closure, mental nerve exposure, piezo harvesting of bone, block graft harvest and trephine bur harvest, barrier membrane manipulation and tacking, lateral wall and transcrestal approach to the maxillary sinus and dental implant placement.

Hands-on training and live surgical demonstrations are an integral feature of Surgical 5.

Program Topics

Soft tissue principles of bone grafting: including flap

  design, flap extension, soft tissue closure and suturing

General principles of intraoral autogenous donor bone sites

Keys to bone grafting

Trephine harvesting of bone from the ramus and chin

Ramus & tuberosity donor graft procedures

Symphysis donor graft procedure

Extraoral autogenous donor bone harvest sites

Surgical options C bone

Prosthetic options C bone

D1 bone / C bone

Immediate load – partially edentulous

Program Objectives

Perform atraumatic extraction and socket preservation procedures

Undertake various flap design procedures

Master tissue release procedures to expand flaps to allow tension

free closure

Employ layered suturing techniques to ensure flap stability

Prepare root form osteotomies and place implants in the different

bone densities

Perform site development procedures related to hard tissue healing

Appreciate the need for a “layered” approach for growth factors

involved in large volume bone grafts

Perform methods to increase platelet rich plasma (PRP/PRF/CGF) and learn the advantages for soft tissue as well as hard tissue on bone grafting

Perform the step-by-step procedure with piezo surgical devices for

harvesting a ramus and/or body of the mandible for block bone grafts

Establish the skills and techniques for block fixation necessary for

predictable bone grafting



Brener Implant Institute

Brener Implant Institute (Bii) is committed to remaining at the forefront of implant dentistry and prosthodontics and to providing comprehensive education on the unique clinical implications of implant dentistry. Bii implantology training programs and courses focus on contemporary successful state of the art dental implant and bone grafting procedures.
Brener Implant Institute (Bii) Level 5 Walker House 161 Walker Street North Sydney, NSW 2060 Australia

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(Thursday) 5:00 am - 5:00 am(GMT+10:00) View in my time

CPD Hours

10 Hours

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