- Hard and soft tissue anatomy with classification of defects..
- Factors affecting wound healing
- Instrumentation and usage.
- Parts of implant.
- Taxonomy of instrumentation and relevant usage
- Implant Basics: classification, components, types and selection criteria
- Incision & Flap Design
- Suturing types and techniques
- Esthetic Risk Assessment
- Peri-Implant Mucosa & Biologic Width
- Clinical diagnosis, case selection and treatment planning with wax up & surgical stent
- Patient Factors & Compliance
- Medical risk factors & Implant therapy
- Asepsis and Sterilization protocols
- Case Documentation, Dental Photography & Radiological principles
- Live Demonstration
- Dummy implant placement
MODULE 2: SURGICAL MODULE
The second module runs for 2 days. This module will constitute morning lectures / hands- on sessions followed by patient surgeries. Each participant will place 2-3 implants on patients mentored by faculty. Surgical and prosthetic principles will be covered in depth in Module 2. Faculty demo & all course materials, as required to complete the module and assignments, will be provided including implants / grafts / sutures etc.
This module is entirely dedicated to participants doing implant prosthodontics on patients from Module 2 mentored by faculty. This module will feature morning didactic sessions.
- Prosthodontic aspects including design, fixture, abutment selection &occlusal considerations
- Optimal laboratory support and communication skills
- Post Restoration steps and follow up protocols
- Provisional Restorations of Single Tooth Implant
- Implants & Prosthetic treatment options in fully edentulous and elderly patients
- Loading protocols in Implant Dentistry
- Impression techniques: open tray vs. closed tray
- Protocols for prosthesis delivery
- Esthetic provisional restorations