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202118marAll DayMASTER IMPLANT PROGRAM - Protocols 1Essential Implant Treatment Protocols, 3D and Digital Photographic Treatment Planning and Sequencing(All Day: thursday)(GMT+11:00) View in my time Event Organized ByBrener Implant InstituteDisciplineImplants,ProsthodonticsFormatContinuum,Hands-on,In-Person

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Course Outline

This implant course focuses on essential dental implant treatment protocols, 3D and digital photographic treatment planning and sequencing.

There are more than 50 dental criteria that influence implant supported prostheses. These criteria are identified and given importance relative to long and short-term complications. Radiographic stent design and CT scan interpretation are presented in lecture and hands on laboratory procedures. This will enable treatment planning of cases for the Surgical and Prosthetic training courses. Atraumatic tooth removal and socket preservation techniques are presented to allow the practitioner to embark on these treatment aspects.

Hands-on training workshops are an integral feature of Protocols 1.

Course Topics

Incorporation of dental implants into your practice

Marketing of dental implants

Patient evaluation, diagnosis and treatment planning

Rationale for implants

Diagnostic imaging

CBCT/ CT Radiographic interpretation

CT Scan related surgical techniques and templates

Use of 3-dimensional software

Prosthetic options in implant dentistry

Available bone volume

Bone Density and volume

Stress factors in implant dentistry

Implant number / size

Single tooth treatment options

Medical evaluation of the implant patient

Patient documentation

Pharmacological consideration in implant dentistry

Oral sedation

Pre-implant prosthetics

Ridge preservation, tooth extraction and socket grafting

Therapeutic Goods Administration documentation

Course Objectives

Appreciate the advantages and methods for practice management in

an implant practice

Understand the importance of complete and partial edentulism as a universal health problem

Appreciate the history and development of implant dentistry from its

early stages to current and future trends

Learn to use 3-dimensional planning software

Understand prosthetically driven surgical implant treatment planning

Conduct step by step thorough dental history and clinical evaluation

of implant patients

Obtain the correct dental, medical, psychological and financial history

of the patient in order to develop a protocol for implant treatment

Know when to institute referral procedures to allied medical and

dental specialists

Describe the maxillary and mandibular anatomical landmarks that

place limitations on implant treatment

Consider the bony topography and bone density in the prosthetically

driven treatment plan

Understand the requirements, design and manufacture of diagnostic

and surgical templates

Recognise the different prosthetic options for implant dentistry

Atraumatic tooth removal and ridge preservation techniques

Apply basic bone grafting procedures with the extraction of a natural tooth

Learn how to work with the Therapeutic Goods Administration

Special Access Scheme

Scheme to use advanced graft materials not yet registered with the TGA

Understand the pharmacological, logistical and medical requirements

for the use of oral sedation

Recognise the different types and designs of dental implants

Assess available bone quality and quantity in relation to diagnostic imaging procedures

Perform radiographic interpretation for partial and completely

edentulous patients with moderate bone volume

Understand the prosthetic options for moderate bone volume based

upon desire, biomechanics and needs of the patient

Determine and assess local conditions which effect the surgical or prosthetic implant treatment

Understand how the biomechanical aspects of stress affect implant treatment planning

Understand the effect of key implant position, force factors, available

bone density, implant design and size on treatment planning



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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