Basic implantology,treatment planning,sterilization,suturing techniques,
medical emergenceis,CBCT interpretation.
1.Placement of dummy implant model.
2.Live surgery on implant placement.
3.Perform incisions,flap elevation and suturing techniques on goat jaw.
4.Interpretation of CBCT.
Module 2 (3 days)
Case selection,extraction,socket preservation,complications in implants,
management of failures,bone grafting and materials.
Implant placement by participants.
Module 3(4 days)
Lecture on :
Implant Prothesis,Impression Techique(Single & multiple Tooth),
placement optimal esthetics,Prosthetic Concepts in Dental implants,screw
Retained bridges,Single Toothe Replacement Prosthesis,Laboratry support
expectation and outcome,over dentures,bar retained prostheisi,delayed vs
immediate loading of implants,prosthodontics for advanced implantology,
Prosthetic state of demonstration.
Hands on :
impression on models,final prosthesis for the patients.
Module 4 (2 days)
Sinus lift procedures,anatomy and phsiology of maxillary sinus,conventional
sinus.lift technique,management of sinus lift complications,concept and
technique of lateral window approach sinus bone graft complications,implant with sinus lift.
Diagnosis and planning of cases needing full mouth rehabilitation and complex surgical interventions.
Surgical Protocols for extractions, guided surgery, bone regeneration and PRF
Prosthodontic Protocols in handling full mouth rehabilitations
Aesthetic Implant Therapy
Mastering the Edentulous Patient
Sinus Lift and Bone Grafting
Zygoma and Pterygoid Implants
Application of 3D printing technology in implant dentistry
All Dental Professionals who are involved in the Clinical practice of Implantology. The course targets clinicians/practitioners who are currently at the planning stage of establishing a clinical practice in Implantology, and those who already have a current Implantology practice.
The course is specially designed to serve multiple groups of learners:
From intermediate and experienced general dental practitioners who want to establish and deepen their knowledge in implant dentistry and advance towards implementing implant treatment and restorative procedures.
Dental students and Recent graduates who wish to gain understanding of implant dentistry and increase their competence in related practice.
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Detailed Radiographic Assessment with OPG and CBCT
Surgical Protocols – different techniques of raising a flap, preparing the bone, osteotomy and suturing
Advanced Impression Techniques in challenging situations
Restorative Procedures and Protocols
Management of Restorative Complications
Management of Surgical Complications
Soft Tissue Management
After Care and Maintenance Protocols
1:1 Training (Surgical + Prosthetic).
Plan, Place and Restore ‘2’ implants on patients.
Continued Support and mentoring.
Anatomy and Physiology of bone and soft tissue
Concept of Osseo-integration
Clinical and Radiographic assessment
Pre surgical workup for an Implant Case and
handling a Medically Compromised Patient for
Components and the Implant Kit and different
Surgical steps for Implant Placement
Prosthetic workflow in restoring the Implant
Basic concepts of Occlusion
2 months | 10 online sessions
No prior experience with Dental implants
Online Modules: 12
Contact Session: On-Demand
Online Lectures (Pre-recorded and Live):
Learning Materials will be available through
Learning Management System
(Includes PPTs, Notes, Further Reading, Videos etc.)
The introductory module will introduce basics with a brief history and evloution of implant dentistry. The module runs for 3-4 days with several didactic sessions and a hands-on session with dummy models. This module will be conducted at accredited centers giving clinicians the convenience and flexibility. The dates for Module 1 are variable and at the discretion of the individual centers.
Site Anatomy: hard/soft tissues and classification of defects
Principles and parameters that influence wound healing: Osseointegration & Bone Biology
Taxonomy of instrumention and relevant usage
Implant Basics: classification, components, types and selection criteria
Biomaterial Basics: classification, indications, features and benefits
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
Module 2: Surgical & Prostheic Principles
The second module runs for 3 days and is handled by Univ. Buffalo faculty. The location of second module will be in Bangalore or Bombay and participants may be required to travel. Travel and accomodation assistance will be provided. Surgical and prosthetic principles will be covered in depth in Module 2.
Indications and techniques relating to insertion of implants in single tooth and fresh extraction site situations
Atraumatic extractions and site prepration for single tooth implants
Philosophies of implant retention and stabilization
Basic surgical principles and implant osteotomy drilling protocols
Simple socket preservation techniques
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
Module 3: Live Surgical Module
This module is entirely dedicated to participants doing live patient surgeries mentored by faculty. Individual centers have the flexibility to run this module at times as convenient to the participants. Participants will place 1 implant and will be given an assignment to place a second implant in their own private practice. All course materials, as required to complete the module and assignments, will be provided including implants/grafts/sutures etc. Participants are required to present & discuss at least two cases in the last module prior to graduation.
Module 4: School of Dental Medicine, Buffalo
The Final module will be conducted on campus at the School of Dental Medicine, University of Buffalo (New York). The course runs for 6 days
with hands-on, live demo and didactic sessions. Certification Ceremony with dinner reception will be hosted to commemorate
The fee includes Ticket fare+Visa+Accomodation+Food for all days of stay in NewYork.
Two Hands-on Exercises: Pig Jaw / Rib models
Live Surgical demo by Univ. Buffalo Faculty
Principles in Socket Preservation & Extraction Site Management
Discussion on complications and management with emphasis on prevention protocols
Peri-implantitis & mucositits and Management
Principles for achieving optimum implant esthetics
Digital Implant dentistry (CBCDT, Digital Impressions & CAD/CAM)
Guided Implant Placement
Hands-on CBCT interactive planning
Introduction to Biomodifiers
Introduction to Sinus Grafting
Introduction to Soft tissue surgical techniques
Principles of practice management & marketing
Certificate of Buffalo University.(American Dental Association – 120 Points)
Certificate form Institute of Dental Education & Aesthetics
The Academy is a society for dentists dedicated to sharing knowledge in order to serve the dental-health needs and to improve the quality of life of people throughout the world. Through the development of course and understanding, the Academy endeavors to create opportunities for service in order to assist in the establishment of a world at peace. The IDEA is the Leader in continuing dental education, training dentists in Implant aspects of dentistry and offering a range of dental certified courses in different formats.
Module 1 (Pre Clinical Phase)
10.00am-11.00am Improving the oral health by advanced dental education
11.00am-11.30am Tea break
11.30am -12.30am History of implantology
12.30pm -1.30pm Medical and dental evaluation
1.30pm -2.30pm Lunch
2.30pm-3.30pm Indication and contraindication of implants
3.30pm-4.00pm Tea break
4-00pm-500pm Basic clinic set up, Sterilization and cross infection
& Hands on demo and workshop on incision and sutures
10.00am-11.00am Diagnosis and treatment planning in implant
11.00am-11.30am Tea break
11.300pm-12.00pm Surgical protocol and complication