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Induction course in Basic Implant Prosthetics

This course is aimed at those general practitioners who would like to start restoring dental implants in their practice but have previously had only limited or no experience. The focus is treatment planning and restoration for single tooth implants. 
This course is unique in that it includes a clinical mentorship component where participants can work closely with Dr Danesh-Meyer at the Auckland Clinical Training Centre on restoring their first dental implant case together under clinical supervision.  This allows participants to put into clinical practice the information learned during the course. 
This course has been designed to assist participants with incorporating dental implant restorations into their practice, with easy-to-follow guidelines that can be applied immediately.


Course outline (1 full day)· Introduction and Treatment Planning: Introduction to case selection, treatment planning, provisonalization, surgical stent fabrication treatment sequencing for single tooth implant cases, how to manage ACC cases.· Fixture Head Impression: How to obtain predictable fixture head impressions of single tooth dental implant. Choosing the appropriate final crown restoration for your implant. Working together with the dental technician. This lecture will include hands on demonstration on models. · Definitive Restoration:  Final abutment selection (stock abutments, custom abutments), screw retained vs. cement retained crowns, How and what to check on the completed lab work, checking and fitting the definitive restoration- potential problems and pitfalls and how to avoid them during the fitting of the final abutment/ crown.  Clinical Support:· Clinical Mentorship is available with Dr Danesh-Meyerat the Institute of Dental Implants & Periodontics for participants who have enrolled for this course and are restoring their first implant case. This includes clinical supervision/guidance for fixture head impression and placement of the definitive abutment and crown on their first case. One-on-one clinical sessions will be arranged individually with course participants. Scheduling will vary depending on the availability of clinic time and coordinating patients, mentor and course participants.Course dates:4th May 2012, 9am-5pm, Auckland Clinical Training Centre16th November 2012, 9am-5pm, Auckland Clinical Training CentreAfternoon tea/ refreshments will be provided. Additional benefits:All participants will also receive course folder containing lecture notes, relevant articles from the literature, step-by-step reference guides, Course certificate and NZDA CE credit. You will also be invited to attend the Perio & Implant Discussion Forums held regularly thought the year.NB. Course number limited to 12 participants. 

 

Course Dates

Date Presenter Fee Venue Duration
11 May 2012 Dr Danesh-Meyer $1750.00 Auckland Clinical Training Centre Full day 9am-5pm
16 Nov 2012 Dr Danesh-Meyer $1750.00 Auckland Clinical Training Centre Full day 9am-5pm

Register for course

To register for this course please send an email to info@dentalmentor.org stating the date and name of the course you would like to register for.

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