Implantology: Surgical & Prosthetic Treatment
Wed Sep 15 2021 at 12:00 am to 12:15 amUTC-04:00
NYU Continuing Dental Education | New York, NY
Advertisement2-Year Program / September-June
1 Session per week (Mon, Wed or Thurs)
Morning and afternoon sessions available
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN AND DO:
• Diagnostic assessment and treatment
planning for prosthetically driven implant
• Atraumatic extraction technique
• Socket grafting and preservation
• Indications and techniques to use
resorbable and/or non-resorbable barrier
• Submerged and non-submerged implant placement; perform second stage surgery under faculty supervision
• Basic surgical protocol including incision, flap design and suture techniques
• All phases of interim and definitive implant supported prosthesis, fixed or removable
• Implant site preparation including guidedbone regeneration
• Immediate implant placement and
• Evaluate and treatment plan on CBCT
• Plan and perform guided implant surgery ,when applicable
• Topic oriented textbook and literature
review with weekly quizzes
• Case presentation and peer review
• Understand and observe sinus bone
• Learn concepts and view ridge expansion and bone splitting augmentation surgery
• Study and observe block bone graft
Enhance your skills in extraction, guided bone and soft tissue regeneration, and implant placement to support multiple types of fixture-assisted dental restorations, including screw-retained and cemented, fixed, and removable restorations.
Learn to photograph and properly document cases.
In addition to clinical treatment, you will attend group study sessions where you will observe and present case evaluations and be exposed to didactic lectures presented by seasoned clinicians who are on the cutting edge of implant surgery and restorations.
You will have the opportunity to bring cases from your private office for review and discussion. This program is clinically oriented and focuses on treatment planning.
This is not a lecture course.
General lectures are included to supplement your knowledge. However, participants are expected to understand the academic aspects of implant dentistry prior to enrollment.
The goal of this course is to provide you with a basic skill set in a unique setting, which will ultimately be a means of increasing production in your private office.