Fellowship in General Dentistry is an exclusive Fellowship programme conducted at AIAD centres in India which enables a Dentist to begin their dental career with confidence & enriches the practicing dentist in their clinical skills.
This Fellowship Program includes all the content of Fellowship in Clinical Endodontics, apart from the following added content .
Participants will be awarded both the certificates FCE & FGDIt is the amalgamation of multi-department works to a single chair uni-dentist expertise.
Enables a Dentist to treat almost all aspects of Dentistry except Orthodontics, Implants, FMR & few major surgical procedures.
Gives an edge to a young dentist to begin their own dental practice
Alongwith dental treatment skills it gives an opportunity to the participant to build-up practice management skills as well which is generally neglected in our dental schools but it has been given much importance at AIAD centres as this particular aspect has a major role in achieving higher levels of practice
Initial 3-4 days of course contains lectures on basic & rotary endodontics alongwith Hands-on practice on extracted teeth
Once the participant is confidant to open access cavity preparations, patients are allotted (A minimum of 10 root canal patients / participant provided)
Each participant will learn crown preparations on extracted teeth first & then allowed to do the same on patients (A minimum of 15 crown preparations /participant provided)
Learn & do the retraction of gingiva by using retraction gel & gingival retraction cord in anterior cases
Use Elastomeric impression material in cases where you need to record finer details
Learn atraumatic extractions on patients
Manage prosthetic replacement for difficult crowns by learning post & core build-up in patients
All participants of this programme are free to do the composite fillings or any other fillings in the daily O.P. of our attached charity hospital
All participants shall have the opportunity to learn placing tooth Jewels
All participants can watch the live procedures of implants & lasers being done at the centre regularly by either the faculty or other implant fellows.
Present a Seminar at the end of the programme
Clear the final assessment by external & internal evaluators
Fellowship certificate is awarded in the convocation or can be collected from centre after convocation only
Accomodation can be recommended from third party vendor at extra cost for both men and women.
Cost of accommodation ranges from 6000 to 10000 per month, inclusive of food.
Comprehensive, practice oriented Lecture on Complete Denture Fabrication:
Principles of impression making,
Types / handling of newer materials,
Jaw Relation made easy
Techniques to reduce chair side time
Complete Denture Occlusion
Recall and maintenance
Identifying and dealing with Post insertion problems
Denture Reline: Soft Chairside to ensure Zero to minimal Recalls
Clinical techniques: Demonstration and Hands On: with Patients
Easy way of Border molding and final impression to reduce chair side time(Using functional impression materials)
Simple techniques to record precise Jaw relation with ease(Vertical & Centric)
Teeth Selection: What to choose, The how and why
Custom Tray Fabrication in minutes: Light cure trays
Making Occlusal rims on denture bases
Cast Partial Dentures: Day 2:
This learning experience should arm you with theoretical, technical and practical applications/knowledge to fabricate a fully functional CPD, with its indications.
The course will cover: Lectures
Basic principles of Cast Partials,
General design principals,
Alternate cast technique,
Border molding & final impression for Cast partials,
Ideal designs for all types of partially edentulous situations.
Hybrid Partial Dentures
Flexibles: where, when and how!!
Demonstrations and Hands On : Models
Designing on Patient casts, Mouth preparations, and Putty/light body impressions on Models. The design philosophy recommended is one that combines broad stress distribution, minimal tooth and tissue coverage by the frame work and retentive elements that release during functional movement of the prosthesis.
Even though we mimic the western countries in our professional science, one aspect of dentistry which has not caught up with the indian dentists in CONSCIOUS SEDATION. Technically through various terminologies like painless dentistry, sleep dentistry, procedural sedation are utilized to depict various forms of sedation, one aspect of sedation called "NOIS" (i.e) NITROUS OXIDE INHALATION SEDATION has been practised and used by general and speciality dentists to perform minor dental procedures with utmost comfort for the patient.
The unique team was formed with the objective of training our fellow colleague in the filed of "NOIS".
We intend to conduct a two day workshop on the basics and clinical details of practising "NOIS" independently at "INDIAN DENTAL SEDATION ACADEMY".
The Training program will be the one of its kind in india to provide the dentists the utmost experience in the field of "NOIS". So do enroll yourself at the earliest and experience it.
Introduction to conscious sedation
Myths and Facts about NIOS
The machine and its safety features
Anaesthetist perspective of NOIS
Medical Emergencies & its management
Emergency Resuscitation skills for Dental Healthcare
Professionals (TACT Academy)
How to operate NOIS
NOIS and its clinical application
Documentations about NIOS
Legal aspects of conscious sedation
Tricks & Trade of NIOS
Behind the Scene
Live case Demonstrations
Note: For pedodontist and post graduates in pedodontics
Practical Behaviour Assessment of Child
Pediatric treatment planning protocol on sedation
Videos and cases discussions on pediatric cases under NIOS.
Intravenous sedation-assisted dentistry treatment planning and protocols discussion with the Anaesthetist.
The Mastership in Restorative Dentistry (MRD) is a advanced clinical training program, is an intensive four months program designed to provide Indian dentists with clinical training in the broad realm of operative, endodontics and restorative dentistry.
The program is a unique opportunity for those who seek additional restorative experience to supplement what has already been taught through formal dental education. The objective of the program is to take dentists to the next level in patient care and teaching skills while instilling a disciplined, and professional attitude
This programme will ensure that you are fully equipped to offer the highest standards of restorative dentistry to your dental patients. Successful completion of MRD will enable you to demonstrate true commitment to your patients' safety and best interests. MRD will give you an opportunity to broaden your services in a way to suit you and your clinical practice.
Materials required: Except following 3 things all other materials & instruments like Rotary files, K-files, diamond burs, surgical burs, impression materials, composites, Orthodontic braces, wires, implants, impression copings, implant analogs, Micromotors, Endomotors etc. will be provided by the Institute. Participants need to purchase following 3 things only
Types of laser?
How it works?
Laser tissue interactions?
Difference between hard and soft tissue lasers?
Different wavelengths and its clinical application?
Difference between contact and non-contact mode?
Differences between CW and GP?
How to avoid charring and how it helps in better healing?
Difference between 15 W and 5W lasers?
Maximum power required in dental procedures
How laser works on the tissues?
Anatomic considerations in laser dentistry?
LASER IN PERIODONTOLOGY:
Laser parameters for different types of soft tissue conditions
Techniques, benefits, drawbacks and comparisons of conventional techniques
Which diameter of tips to buy?
Difference between quarts and fiber tips activation
Do you really need to activate the tips for all periodontal treatments?
How laser power varies from keratinized and non- keratinized tissues
Gingival soft tissue surgeries that can be done using Laser
Which all cases can you avoid using local anesthesia?
Which all cases should you not use laser without a physician’s concent?
Chromophores used to enhance the treatment
What is the difference between chromophores and photosensitizing agents?
Laser as bacterial decontamination
How to avoid laser contact to tooth and hard tissue while doing pocket disinfection
Sequence of healing and post-operative instructions
Antibiotics interferance with the healing sequence of laser treated tissue
How to control thermal damage
LASER IN PEDODONTICS:
How laser aids in the psychological approach of a child, towards dental treatment
How laser can be used in diagnostic and preventive procedures
How to execute painless pulpectomy and pulpotomy without the use of injections
Can laser be used on neonates?
How to enhance fluoride application with laser
How laser can be used to enhance speech in a pedo patient
How to achieve a painless exposure of teeth to assist eruption
The differences between restorative procedures in adult and pedodontic teeth
Power settings for pedodontic laser procedures
LASER IN ENDODONTICS AND ORTHODONTICS:
Can laser be used for cavity preparation?
How to give laser anesthesia?
How to diagnose caries with laser?
Can laser be used in selective ablation of carious lesion?
How to prevent microleakage while restoring laser cavity?
What are the protocols for laser assisted canal obturations?
Can laser assisted periapical surgeries be done without a flap?
How to treat cervical abrasion with laser?
What wavelength of lasers helps in fast movement of tooth in orthodontic treatments?
Can orthodontic brackets be reused if treated with laser