International Team for Implantology (ITI)

ITI Nurses ASM – “Past, Present and the Future…”

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

20

Location

Dublin

Enrolment Fee
  • Free to ITI Members – Please reserve your place via ITI Net
  • Non-members click here – why not take this opportunity to sign up for ITI Membership and come and join us for this exciting day (once your membership is in place you will be able to book your free place)
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Format
  • Lecture Based
Course Description

The ITI UK and Ireland Nurses Group, would like to extend an invitation to the Annual Section Meeting:

“Past, Present & The Future ” on Friday 19th April, 2024

Places are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Event

  • Free to ITI Members – Please reserve your place via ITI Net
  • Non-members click here – why not take this opportunity to sign up for ITI Membership and come and join us for this exciting day (once your membership is in place you will be able to book your free place)

Agenda

8:45 Registration and Coffee

09:00 Introduction to the day

09:15 Digital Implant Planning for Implant Nurse Practitioners with Becky Sharman

Aim: To discuss, and demonstrate digital implant planning, and stent production.

Objectives:

1. To discuss the difference between analogue and digital planning.

2. Demonstrate how co-diagnostix can be used to plan virtual implants including management of CBCT and IOS data.

3. To show how to convert implant planning into a 3D guide to be used by the surgeon.

11:30 Break/Coffee

12:00 The Patient Journey and Treatment Coordination with Amy Minchin

Aims: To understand the role of a TCO

Objectives:

1. Tailoring your approach to fit your patients needs

2. Why being a TCO is valuable for your practice

13:00 LUNCH

14:00 Physical and mental wellness for your entire working clinical life with John Bennett

Aims:

1. Learn how to reduce or avoid pain in daily practice by adopting everyday ‘movement’ habits.

2. Introduction to learn the foundation for dominion over your thoughts, anxieties and stresses

3. Understand the crucial connection between how we breathe, how we think and respond

4. Learn some of the simple secrets to a happier, fitter, more energized and balanced you

Objectives:

1. Identify clear pathways to everyday behaviours and habits, to improve mental and physical health

2. Discuss current work routines, and what can possibly be changed/introduced, to improve health and wellbeing

3. Apply what is learnt into new, daily habits

15:30 Dental Nursing – Paving your career pathway with Preetee Hylton

Aim: The aims of this session include offering a sound understanding of the expanded responsibilities of a dental nurse, increasing delegates’ awareness of post-certification options following General Dental Council Registration, and familiarising them with diverse career paths in dentistry to broaden their awareness of potential opportunities within the field.

Objectives:

1. To support delegates in acquiring comprehensive knowledge of the expanded duties associated with dental nursing

2. To enable delegates to acquire an understanding of available post-certifications in dental nursing

3. To provide delegates with valuable insights into diverse career pathways within the field of dentistry that expand from a foundation in dental nursing

16:30 What do you want to see from the ITI Nurses group?

Syllabus Highlights

  • Digital Implant Planning for Implant Nurse Practitioners
  • The Patient Journey and Treatment Coordination
  • Physical and mental wellness for your entire working clinical life
  • Dental Nursing – Paving your career pathway
  • What do you want to see from the ITI Nurses group?

Upcoming Dates

19th April 2024
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

ITI Hygiene / Therapy ASM – “The future in our hands”

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

20

Location

Dublin

Enrolment Fee
  • Free to ITI Members – Please reserve your place via ITI Net
  • Non-members click here – why not take this opportunity to sign up for ITI Membership and come and join us for this exciting day (once your membership is in place you will be able to book your free place)
Register your interest
Format
  • Lecture Based
  • Case Presentations
Course Description

The ITI UK and Ireland Hygienist & Therapist Group, would like to extend an invitation to the Annual Section Meeting:

“The Future in our Hands ” on Friday 19th April, 2024

Places are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Event

  • Free to ITI Members – Please reserve your place via ITI Net
  • Non-members click here – why not take this opportunity to sign up for ITI Membership and come and join us for this exciting day (once your membership is in place you will be able to book your free place)

Agenda

8.30 – Registration

9.00 – Welcome by Jolene Pinder

9.10 – Vicki Griffiths Case Presentation

9.30 – ITOP with Barbara Derham Sponsored by Curaden

10.30 – Coffee break 

11.00- 12.45 – Continuation of ITOP sponsored by Curaden

12.45 – Bobby Keeling title TBC

13.30 – Lunch

14.30 – Sally Simpson -Dental Therapist

An introduction to Guided Biofilm Therapy in the patient with Dental Implants sponsored by EMS

15.15 – Coffee 

15.45 – Siobhan Kelleher MSc ,DipDH , DipPH

Synergies for Success: Integrating Oral Health, lifestyle medicine and Positive Psychology in dentistry

Sponsored by NSK

16.45 – 17.00 Wrap up and feed back

Syllabus Highlights

  • Vicki Griffiths Case Presentation
  • ITOP with Barbara Derham Sponsored by Curaden
  • Bobby Keeling title TBC
  • Sally Simpson -Dental Therapist – An introduction to Guided Biofilm Therapy in the patient with Dental Implants sponsored by EMS
  • Siobhan Kelleher MSc ,DipDH , DipPH – Synergies for Success: Integrating Oral Health, lifestyle medicine and Positive Psychology in dentistry sponsored by NSK

Upcoming Dates

19th April 2024
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

UKI ITI Annual Section Meeting 2024 – Past, Present & The Future

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

120

Location

Dublin

Enrolment Fee
  • Free for ITI members – Please reserve your place via ITInet
  • Non -members – Fee £333.00 + VAT (same cost as ITI membership) – Please request participation as a guest – payment terms to be advised
Register your interest
Format
  • Lecture Based
Course Description

The ITI UK and Ireland Lead Team, warmly invite you to our Annual Section Meeting:

“Past, Present & The Future ” on Friday 19th April, 2024

Chair – Raj Patel

Education Delegate – Andrew Legg

Study Club Director – Tim Harris

Communications Director – Matthew Brennand Roper

Event

  • Free to ITI Members – Please reserve your place via ITI Net
  • Non-members – Please request participation as a guest : Fee £333.00 + VAT – payment terms to be advised

Agenda

  • 8:30 – Registration
  • 8:45 – Introduction- Raj Patel- Section Chair
  • 9:00 – Alberto Monje (Spain)- Surgical Therapy of Peri-Implantitis
  • 10:30 Coffee
  • 11:00 – Nicole Winitsky (Sweden)- Single implants in the anterior maxilla in young adults
  • 11:45 – Maja Chmielewska (Poland)- Guided surgery – who is it for?
  • 12:30 – Prof Gerry McKenna (UK, Belfast)- Including patient perspectives in implant dentistry: ITI Consensus Statements 2023
  • 13:30 – Lunch
  • (13:15 – AGM)
  • 14:30 – Kasia Gurzawska-Comis (UK, Liverpool) – Emerging Technologies in Bone Regeneration
  • 15:15 – Coffee
  • 15:45 – Eoin O’Sullivan (UK, London)- Where are we and how did we get here?
  • A Review of Implant Prosthodontics
  • 16:30 – Michael Myint (UK, London)- I got 99 problems but will digital dentistry solve mine
  • 17:30 – Wrap Up

Syllabus Highlights

  • Alberto Monje (Spain)- Surgical Therapy of Peri-Implantitis
  • Nicole Winitsky (Sweden)- Single implants in the anterior maxilla in young adults
  • Maja Chmielewska (Poland)- Guided surgery – who is it for?
  • Prof Gerry McKenna (UK, Belfast)- Including patient perspectives in implant dentistry: ITI Consensus Statements 2023)
  • Kasia Gurzawska-Comis (UK, Liverpool) – Emerging Technologies in Bone Regeneration
  • Eoin O’Sullivan (UK, London)- Where are we and how did we get here?
  • Michael Myint (UK, London)- I got 99 problems but will digital dentistry solve mine

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

19th April 2024
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

ITI Master TALKS – Hard & Soft Tissue Development with Prof. Istvan Urban

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6

Group Size

50

Location

London

Enrolment Fee
  • £999.00
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Format
  • Lectures
Course Description

A few places still available – To book register your interest and you will be contacted directly to arrange payment.

Professor Istvan Urban will be joining us on Feb 16th in London at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

He will present a Masterclass on Hard and Soft tissue development. The course is categorised as Complex as part of the SAC educational category.

Special pricing for materials available on the day from Meisenger via J S Davis

 

Syllabus Highlights

  • 90 mins: The factors that influence the results of regeneration
  • 90 mins: The Mandibular Bone Graft
  • 60 mins: The Maxillary Bone Graft
  • 60 mins: The Reconstruction of the vestibule and the papillae after bone reconstruction

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

16th February 2024
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

YITI Dublin Study Day

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

50

Location

Dublin

Enrolment Fee
  • Free for ITI members – Please reserve your place via ITInet
  • Non -members – Fee £333.00 + VAT (same cost as ITI membership) – Please request participation as a guest – payment terms to be advised
Register your interest
Format
  • Theory
  • Panel Discussion
  • Workshops
Course Description

The YITI warmly invite you to the YITI Dublin Study Day

Free for ITI members – Please reserve your place via ITInet
Non -members – Fee £333.00 + VAT (same cost as ITI membership) – Please request participation as a guest – payment terms to be advised
Agenda

8.30 Registration
9.00 Minesh Patel – BLUEPRINT – Dental Photography and lab communication
10.15 Coffee break
10.45 Nick Fahey – Guided Surgery: Making Implant Placement Simpler
12.00 Coffee break
12.15 Panel Case Discussion hosted by David Nelson
13.30 Lunch
14.30 Small group workshops
16.30 Close
The YITI would like to invite you to join them for social drinks afterwards until 7pm

Speakers for the workshops

Manraj Kalsi – Treatment planning: TISSUE LEVEL vs BONE LEVEL
Robbie Williams – Immediate implant placement and loading : An overview of ITI Treatment Guide Volume 14
Jennifer Noone – Workflow for implant retained bridgework
Aims & Objectives:

To develop processes for implementing digital technologies into surgical workflows optimally.
To overview updates to the understanding of immediate protocols.
To demonstrate simple techniques to improve lab communication.
To learn and planning fundamentals for implants including an overview of digital planning

Syllabus Highlights

  • Minesh Patel – BLUEPRINT – Dental Photography and lab communication
  • Nick Fahey – Guided Surgery: Making Implant Placement Simpler
  • Panel Case Discussion hosted by David Nelson
  • Small Group Workshops

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

18th April 2024
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

ITI Dental Implant Advanced Nursing Course 2023

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6

Group Size

30

Location

Gatwick

Enrolment Fee

ITI member £165.00

Non-Member £195.00

Please note VAT is charged at 20% on all UK courses

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Format
  • Theory
  • Group Discussion
  • Hands on element focusing on sinus lift procedure
Course Description

The aim of this one day course is to better understand complex and advanced surgical techniques commonly associated with implant dentistry through a series of group discussions and lectures.

At the end of the course, we will provide you with a certificate for the CPD completed on the course.

SAC Classification Straightforward Level

6 hours CPD

Syllabus Highlights

  • Guided group discussion we will review the distinction between straightforward, advanced and complex implant dentistry
  • Review the use of digital dentistry in practice for communication and planning.
  • All-on-4 review from a dental nurse/coordinator perspective.
  • Including appointments, instruments, lab liaison, materials, staffing
  • Guided learning on bone augmentation procedures.
  • Techniques, materials, instruments, indications and contraindications
  • Lecture on sinus bone grafting to ensure understanding of the anatomy of the sinus, the necessity of CBCT, scanning in these cases, indications for treatment, the management of postoperative infection.
  • Hands on element will focus on the sinus lift procedure, to ensure better understanding of the instruments and skills involved in such treatments.
  • As part of a group we will discuss the dental nurses role in patient management, logistical support, clinical management required to achieve the best possible patient outcomes. What role do we play daily in achieving the best outcomes for the patients.

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

24th November 2023
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International Team for Implantology (ITI)

ITI Implant Training for Nurses

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6

Group Size

12

Location

Bath, Dublin, Leeds, Crawley, Exeter, Shropshire, Glasgow

Enrolment Fee

ITI member £165.00

Non-Member £195.00

Please note VAT is charged at 20% on all UK courses

Format
  • Theory
  • Role play
Course Description

This is a one-day course run by Nurses for Nurses with both lectures and practical elements to help nurses learn the practical basics of dental implant nursing. The course will be held in a clinical environment to help transfer the skills learnt from the course into practice.

At the end of the course, we will provide you with a certificate for the CPD completed on the course.

SAC Classification Straightforward Level

6 hours CPD

Syllabus Highlights

  • Hand hygiene· Donning and doffing – different techniques
  • Instrument care – post op clear down/waste management
  • Zoning and surgery set up
  • Aseptic set up training
  • Implant placement – drill sequence
  • Motor set up – overcoming common errors
  • Nursing for patient assessment
  • Contraindications
  • Patient discussions and FAQS – post op care calls. Pre op questions
  • Restorative training – after the placement- what is next- appointment sequencing

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

23rd March 2024 – Bath
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18th April 2024 – Dublin
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18th May 2024 – Leeds
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6th July 2024 – Crawley (Gatwick)
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27th July 2024 – Exeter
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21st September 2024 – Shropshire
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12th October 2024 – Glasgow
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