ADVANTAGES

Program Includes placement of a minimum of 2 Implants with all surgical and prosthetic components, all materials for hands-on workshop, lecture handouts and online webinars



-300 hours of comprehensive lectures, live surgeries, demonstration & hands-on.

-In depth review of surgical & prosthetic protocols.

-Sessions stretch across 9 months in 9 modules. Each session is inclusive of a weekend.

-Over 10 speakers from the International Community who are among the most distinguished names in implantology.

-Certificate of completion awarded that fulfills the educational requirement for Associate Fellow of AAID.

-Non commercial, course covering a wide spectrum of implant types & system.

-Hands-on patient treatment under direct faculty supervision.



Schedule

                    Module 1                  September 13-15, 2019             Beginning w the End in Mind                            Utah

                    Module 2                 October 18 - 20                          Clinical & Radiographic Assessment                Nevada

                    Module 3                  November 8 - 10                       Prosthetic Options & Biomaterials                    Nevada

                    Module 4                  December 13 - 15                      Surgical Session                                                  Utah

                    Module 5                  January 17 - 19, 2020               Surgical Session                                                  Utah

                    Module 6                  February 14 - 16                         Advanced Surgical Session                               Nevada

                    Module 7                  March 6 - 8                                 Prosthetic Module                                               Utah

                    Module 8                  April 17 - 19                                Digital Workflow                                                   Utah

                    Module 9                  May 15 - 17                                 Post-Op Care & Graduation                                Nevada

The program provides for didactic and participation requirements mandated for qualifying exams of credentialing organizations

Module overview

Module 1: Beginning with the end in mind

  • Introduction to diagnosis and treatment panning
  • Case studies
  • Hands-on- placement of implants on dummy mandibles

Module 2: Anatomy, Clinical and Radiographic assessment

  • Medical assessment, tests, radiology
  • Cone-Beam interpretation
  • principles of radiographic planning with softwares

Module 3: Prosthetic Options and Biomaterials

  • Prosthetic options in implant dentistry
  • Pre-surgical prosthodontics
  • Interim restorations
  • review of current implant systems-configurations, surface coatings, treatments and enhancements

Module 4: Surgical session I

  • Basic surgical principles
  • Case presentations
  • Suturing techniques
  • LIVE patient surgeries by participants

Module 5: Surgical Session II

  • Tissue management
  • Planning for stage 2 surgeries
  • Esthetic and anatomic healing abutments

Module 6: Advanced Surgical Session

  • In depth review of bone graft materials
  • Graft fixation techniques
  • Sinus lift techniques
  • Guided bone regeneration, block grafts and ridge expansion techniques

Module 7: Prosthetic Module

  • Delivery of prosthesis on patients
  • Biomechanical stress
  • Distribution of forces
  • Lab communications

Module 8: Digital Workflow

  • Computer planned surgery demonstration
  • Hands-on planning
  • CAD/CAM prosthetics

Module 9: Post-operative Care and Graduation

  • Maintanance
  • Identifying failures and how to treat them
  • Preparation of Associate Fellow/ Fellow exams of the AAID