Nobel Biocare Mentorship Program Module 3
202118aug(aug 18)9:00 am19(aug 19)5:00 pmNobel Biocare Mentorship Program Module 3Theory (online): Thursday 19 & Friday 20 August 2021 and Hands-on: Saturday 28 August 20219:00 am - 5:00 pm (19)(GMT+10:00) View in my time Event Organized ByNobel BiocareDisciplineImplantsFormatContinuum,Hands-on,In-Person,Online
SURGICAL AND PROSTHODONTIC PROTOCOLS II This interactive 3-day course is designed for clinicians looking to expand their dental implant treatment to a more advanced level
SURGICAL AND PROSTHODONTIC PROTOCOLS II
This interactive 3-day course is designed for clinicians looking to expand their dental implant treatment to a more advanced level including multi-unit cases and in the aesthetic zone.
Topics covered in the program include: the various implant placement timing protocols (immediate, early-delay and delayed), various loading protocols and mechanics for multiunit cases, hard and soft tissue regeneration, developing soft tissue profile in the aesthetic zone, the various (screw retained) designs of implant fixed prosthesis and how to best communicate with the dental laboratory to improve clinical outcome. The participants will gain understanding of fundamental selection criteria for implant componentry and importance of genuine components.
This course includes a comprehensive hands-on component including; taking splinted multiunit implant impression, taking closed tray impressions for the difficult single implant posterior cases, constructing chair-side provisional crown in the aesthetic zone and constructing customised impression coping in the aesthetic zone.
A dental implant surgery will be reviewed to emphasise the most important aspects of successful dental implant surgical treatment.
Hands-on: Saturday 28 August 2021
– Understand various implant placement timing protocols including immediate, earlydelayed, delayed.
– Understand hard and soft tissue regeneration procedures.
– Develop soft tissue profile in the aesthetic zone.
– Understand dental implant loading and mechanisms for multi-unit cases.
– Understand implant prosthesis design for multi-unit cases.
– Understand the importance of effective communication with the laboratory to achieve a predictable outcome.
– Maintenance and complications associated with dental implants.
HANDS-ON / PRACTICAL
– Construct a chair-side provisional implant crown in the aesthetic zone to develop soft tissue profile.
– Construct a customised impression coping to capture the developed soft tissue profile.
– Predictably take a routine implant impression for single unit cases.
– Predictably take a splinted implant impression for multi-unit cases.
– Take closed tray impressions for the posterior single implants with difficult access.
Speakers for this event
Dr Ben Lee
Dr Ben Lee
Ben completed his MDSc in Prosthodontics from the University of Sydney. During this time, he was given the Young Prosthodontist Award by The International College of Prosthodontists. He is the past President of both the Australian Prosthodontic Society (NSW) and Australian Asian Association of Dentists. He is a mentor for implant diploma courses offered by the University of Sydney, University of Melbourne and Charles Sturt University.
In addition, being a visiting honorary Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sydney and a frequent presenter for Nobel Biocare, Ben frequently presents on the topic of dental implants and fixed prosthodontics. As a prosthodontist, Ben works full-time in his referral based Specialist Centre in Chatswood, Sydney, with particular interest in the surgical and restorative aspects of dental implant treatment
18 (Wednesday) 9:00 am - 19 (Thursday) 5:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
$2,900 AUD (excl. GST)