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Straumann

Fixed Implant Prosthodontics

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

8

Group Size

14

Location

London

Enrolment Fee

£750.00

Format
  • Face-to-face teaching
  • Hands on Workshops
  • Small Group Teaching
  • FREE Straumann Prosthetic Kit worth £315.00 included for every delegate
Course Description

A full day hands-on course to immerse into the fundamentals of fixed implant prosthodontics using digital and analogue techniques.

Who is this course for?
For dentists who want to learn how to start providing implant restorations predictably and stress-free. For those who want to be able to self-direct their further journey into implant dentistry, understanding clinical and laboratory perspectives.

Included – Coffee, tea, lunch, and social after the course.

Location:

Estetica Dental Laboratory
Bishops Park House, 1st Floor, 25-29 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JH

Duration of course:
Arrival from 08:30am
Course Timing 9am – 6pm

Social and Case discussions 6pm onwards

The course provides 8 hours of CPD and meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.

What to expect on the day:

  • Learn about patient assessment, risk factors, preparation for the next steps of treatment.
  • Understand CBCT scanning, pre-surgery information, diagnostics, consent.
  • Grasp the theory and practice behind fixed implant prosthodontics for single units and short-span bridges. Detailed discussion on impression and abutment options, with real life examples.
  • Hands-on for impressions – digital and analogue.
  • See the crowns being designed live in the laboratory.
  • Hands-on for implant crown fit and adjustments.
  • Master prosthetic protocols step-by-step.
  • Learn about efficient communication with the laboratory.
  • Benefit from small group teaching.

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

1st June 2024
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Straumann

Diamond Studs for Implant Overdentures – Masterclass for Success

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

12

Location

Blended Learning

Enrolment Fee

£249.00 +  VAT

Format
  • Face-to-face teaching
  • Clinical workflow and case discussions
  • 1 day hands on experience with models
  • Tips & Tricks
Course Description

This course is aimed at dentists who are either just starting their journey with dental implants or those looking for a solution to enhance their existing workflows, to predictably streamline implant overdenture therapy. Straumann removable solutions provides access to a trusted, reliable hybrid denture connection.

Prosthodontic management of the edentulous arches with removable prosthesis is a complex and challenging procedure. Removable dentures remain an integral part of contemporary implant dentistry, and its design with the use of dental implants, using an evidence-based approach allows the ability to offer predictable, accurate and aesthetic long-lasting treatment solutions.

This interactive course focuses on implant assisted overdentures for both fully and partially edentulous jaws. The course will cover both the surgical and prosthodontic concepts involved in planning and designing these prostheses. In addition, participants will learn about key decision-making steps, clinical techniques, and protocols to optimise the use of the Novaloc® retentive system for long-term biological and mechanical success.

Since its launch in 2016, Akit has mastered the use of these innovative, diamond-like ‘press-stud’ abutments, that provide powerful and versatile connections to overdentures, to endure a reliable treatment solution. He would like to share his knowledge and strategies for learning from our success and mistakes, and guide you to visualise, finely tune and individualize your patient’s treatment, to allow the the ability to restore a patient’s dentition with a real sense of confidence and satisfaction, whilst maximising patient outcomes.

Course Aims & Development Outcomes

Aims:

This workshop will provide you with a foundation in the knowledge and practical skills in the aspects of removable implant prosthetics. You will have the confidence to diagnose, plan, and perform chairside pick-up techniques that you can immediately use in everyday practice

Development Outcomes:

This course meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.

Course Objectives (Lecture and Hands-on):

  • Overview of removable complete and partial dentures
  • Outline indications for strategic use of dental implants in combination with removable partial dentures (RPDs)
  • Site placement for RPD usage
  • Understand the clinical workflow for implant overdentures
  • Prosthetic and surgical planning for ‘press-stud’ overdentures
  • Simplified removable implant prosthetic workflows
  • Novaloc® abutment selection: when, how and why (inc. hands-on)
  • Accurate impression materials and techniques (inc. hands-on)
  • Protocol for effective chairside pick-up/denture conversion into an overdenture (inc. hands-on)
  • Tips and tricks, troubleshooting, prevention, and management of the most common complications

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

31st October 2024
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BAIRD

BAIRD: Digital Workflow in Digital Dentistry | Guided Surgery Introduction

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

20

Location

Leeds

Enrolment Fee

£550.00

 

Format
  • Presentations covering fundamentals of Pilot Guided and Full Guided Surgery
  • Planning for digital surgical placement using various Implant Planning Software
  • Hands on practical’s on models using Straumann modular kits/drills (BLT/BLX Guided surgery)
  • Clinical case discussions
  • Intra Oral Scanning (IOS)
Course Description

This one-day course is run by Dr Hassan Maghaireh, the founder of the prestigious BAIRD implant academy. This course offers delegates a unique opportunity to be exposed to a range of Straumann Digital workflow solutions, from iOs scanning and data collection, through to smile design, implant planning and Guided Surgery. All delegates will gain exclusive business opportunities to start them on their Digital Journey.

A 1-day face-to-face workshop which introduces clinicians to Guided Surgery and specifically the Straumann Guided Surgery system by way of clinician-led lectures and hands-on exercises using models, demo implants and guides.

Full Day course inclusive with hands on practical training

This course will cover:

Planning for digital surgical placement using various softwares
Pilot vs Fully Guided Surgery: indications and limitations
Clinical tips and hints on successful guided surgery

* Workshop will be held on planning your own surgical guide and implant placement of fully guided implant with Strauamann BLX/BLT guided kits

Aims, Objectives & Learning Outcomes

Aims

To provide dental professionals and related specialists with the essential steps for digital surgical treatment planning, and procedure for guided surgery using the Straumann system

Objectives

  • Discuss preoperative planning and guided surgery for Straumann® Dental Implant System
  • Planning and clinical solutions
  • To learn the fundamentals of the guided surgical procedure using models and the Straumann TLX/BLX Guided System
  • Tips and hints for successful guided surgery
  • Consolidate & implement learning via case discussions

Development Outcomes: C

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

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Straumann

Sinus Lift & Block Grafting Cadaver Course

Duration

3 Days

CPD Hours

25

Group Size

10

Location

Cambridge

Enrolment Fee

£3700.00 inclusive of VAT

Format
  • Pre-course webinars and reading lists
  • Face-to-face seminars
  • Clinical case discussions
  • 2 days of hands on experience on fresh frozen cadavers
Course Description

A unique opportunity to gain an introduction and hands on experience of sinus lift and block grafting procedures to facilitate dental implant placement, using cadaver heads at a state of the art surgical facility. There is a fantastic range of speakers with a wealth of experience to ensure each delegate gets as much help and support that they need.

This course is aimed at delegates who are largely confident with basic GBR procedures and suturing however we do have some flexibility to help consolidate these skills if required. If you feel you need to develop these skills more it may be worth attending the Implant Treatment Planning Course prior to the Cadaver Course – these courses link up well.

This is a 3-day workshop on sinus lifts and block grafting for dental implants in the Cambridge area.
The focus is on hands-on high-fidelity practical experience to introduce the general dental practitioner to advanced dental implant treatment.

The format will involve pre-course webinars and reading lists followed by a day of face-to-face seminars and 2 days of hands on experience on fresh frozen cadavers with 1 head shared between 2 delegates.

The course is comprehensive with broad background information provided from an evidence-based and pragmatic perspective to allow practitioners to safely introduce these techniques into clinical practice.

Priority will be given to delegates gaining hands-on experience of actual surgical procedures for themselves in a relaxed and supportive environment. Osteotomes will be used for internal sinus lifts and handpieces and piezo units will be used for external sinus lifts.

The teaching will be led by consultants in relevant specialties with supporting seminars from additional medico-legal and scientific experts. This is to provide context to the procedures from a clinical and practical standpoint to underpin the focus on surgical skills.

The course will be limited to 10 delegates in order to maximise the learning experience. As the course is limited to a small group, there is potential to adjust the content to meet individual learning requirements.

The cadavers have been tested for all infectious diseases including Covid-19.

The course provides 25 hours of CPD and meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.

Course Objectives & Development Outcomes

  • Provide an overview of relevant anatomy, treatment options and contra-indications to sinus lift and block graft procedures
  • Give insight into how to implement these procedures in practice and avoid medico-legal pitfalls
  • Discuss potential biomaterials available
  • Demonstrate and provide hands on practical experience of sinus lift and block grafting procedures
  • Advise how to implement these procedures in practice

Development Outcomes: This course meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

4th – 6th September 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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BAIRD

BAIRD: Straumann Biomaterials Masterclass: Advanced Bone Grafting

Duration

2 Days

CPD Hours

13

Group Size

24

Location

Various

Enrolment Fee

£499.00 plus VAT

 

Format
  • Theory
  • Workshops
Course Description

This interactive course is focused on predictable Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) in Implant Dentistry : Clinical Guidelines & Contemporary Techniques.

The course is open to all Straumann Group customers (Straumann/Neodent/Anthogyr) and is aimed at dentists who are already placing and restoring dental implants

The following topics will be covered:

  • Principles of predictable guided bone regeneration
  • One size does not fit all : Biology based decision making
  • Implant cases with atrophic ridges : Treatment planning session

The following workshops will be run:

  • Layering technique in guided bone regeneration in implant dentistry
  • Membrane stabilisation techniques:
  1. Titanium pins
  2. Periosteal pocket technique
  3. Sling stabilisation sutures
  • 3- Staged bone grafting techniques:
  1. Allograft bone blocks
  2. Sausage bone grafting technique
  • 4- Flap management for bone augmentation
  1. Muco-periosteal release
  2. Passive closure
  3. Advanced suturing techniques

Aims, Objectives & Learning Outcomes

Aims

To train implant surgeons in improving their clinical results for their guided bone regeneration cases and up-skill their bone management techniques to allow them to manage implant cases in the anterior zone predictably.

Objectives

  • Diagnosis of peri-implant bony defects
  • Selection of the suitable biomaterial : biology based decision
  • Layering technique in ridge augmentation      Membrane stabilisation : Titanium pins vs periosteal pocket techniques
  • Socket grafting: indications, techniques and limitations
  • Learn about the use of the Emdogain products to aid soft/hard tissue regeneration

Learning Outcomes

Learn to improve their clinical outcome for guided bone regeneration cases and up-skill their bone management techniques

Development Outcome: C

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

15th – 16th March 2024 – London
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18th – 19th October 2024 – Leeds
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Delta Dental Academy

Guided Bone Regeneration and Placement in the Aesthetic Zone

Duration

4 Days

CPD Hours

35

Group Size

6-8

Location

Bristol

Enrolment Fee

£3000.00 + VAT

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Format
  • Theory
  • Case Discussion
  • Hands-on (model)
  • Live Patient treatment
Course Description

This four-day course with Delta Dental Academy founder Dr Alfonso Rao covers the principles of bone regeneration treatment for dental implant treatment, starting with an in-depth look at the process of bone healing and regrowth.

A second module designed for clinicians who would like to progress to more complex cases explores treatment in the aesthetic zone with the introduction of guided bone regeneration and contour grafting.

The course features intensive hands-on exercises on models and patients provided by the academy.

Syllabus Highlights

Module One: Day 1

  • Introduction to Guided Bone Regeneration
  • Basic principles of implantology in aesthetic zone
  • Flap design / suture technique
  • Soft tissue optimisation

Module One: Day 2

  • Use of hard tissue substitutes for contour augmentation
  • Use of soft tissue substitutes for contour augmentation
  • Use of hard and soft tissue for correcting implants defects

Module One: Day 3

  • Introduction to Vertical augmentation and sausage technique hands on pigs head

Module Two: Placement in the Aesthetic Area

  • Case Discussion
  • Treating the aesthetic zone
  • Guided bone regeneration
  • Contour grafting

Speakers & Educators

Testimonials & Videos

Upcoming Dates

18th October – 16th November 2024
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The Campbell Academy

Sinus Grafting Live Skills Course 2024

Duration

3 Days

CPD Hours

18

Group Size

16

Location

Nottingham

Enrolment Fee

£3300

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Format
  • Theory
  • Live Surgery
  • Hands-on
  • Frozen cadaver
Course Description

Our Sinus Grafting Live Skills course aims to give all delegates the greatest exposure to sinus grafting procedures in a course environment.

Using a combination of model surgery, deer head surgery, and live surgical sessions, delegates will be exposed to the maximum amount of sinus grafting procedures to give them the best possible grounding to provide this procedure for their patients.

Comprising three days in Nottingham, including didactic teaching and observation of live surgery at The Campbell Clinic, and a day of deer head surgery in the academy, this promises to be an exceptional introduction for clinicians to provide sinus grafts on their patients.

Syllabus Highlights

  • Introduction to sinus grafting
  • Patient assessment
  • Equipment and instrumentation
  • Simultaneous placement in sinus augmentation
  • CBCT in sinus augmentation
  • The science of bone augmentation
  • Live demonstration and delegate practicals of sinus augmentation on a deer head
  • Anatomy dissection and discussion in addition to a discussion of complications in sinus grafting and obtaining consent for sinus augmentation
  • Complications
  • Patient consent
  • Live surgery

Speakers & Educators

Testimonials & Videos

Upcoming Dates

18th – 20th September 2024
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The Campbell Academy

Full Arch Implant Live Skills in association with Straumann Pro Arch

Duration

3 Days

CPD Hours

18

Group Size

16

Location

Nottingham

Enrolment Fee

£3300

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Format
  • Theory
  • Live Surgery
  • Hands-on
Course Description

There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for immediate full arch reconstruction, and understanding this is key to avoiding complications and delivering successful treatment outcomes.

This live skills course gives delegates the theoretical and practical insight to provide the right treatment to the right patients – considering the entire journey from case selection and planning, to surgery and final restoration.

This advanced course is for clinicians with implant experience who wish to gain the knowledge and skills to provide immediate full arch reconstructions.

Training culminates with the opportunity to observe implant surgery by experienced clinicians and ask questions about the procedure.

Syllabus Highlights

  • Treatment planning for full arch patients
  • Options for replacing full arch dentition
  • Planning for immediate full arch loading
  • Surgical planning and execution
  • Immediate provisionalisation
  • Technical aspects of provisional full-arch bridgework
  • Prosthetic and technical aspects of final full-arch bridges
  • How immediate full arch loading fits with other full-arch restoration options

Speakers & Educators

Testimonials & Videos

Upcoming Dates

1st – 3rd May 2024
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Straumann

Digital Workflow in Implant Dentistry

Duration

2 Days

CPD Hours

13

Group Size

18

Location

London

Enrolment Fee

£1499 + VAT

Early Bird Fee £1299.00 + VAT if booking received by 30.09.2023

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Format
  • Theory
  • Workshop
  • Demonstration
Course Description

In this course, the technical and clinical advantages of the digital workflow will be explained, and it will be clear how every single digital step can help the clinicians, technicians, and patients in different ways – saving time, increased precision, predicable outcomes, and enhanced professional-to-patient communication.

You will be able to master the tools available for digital workflow in implant dentistry – It provides a systematic approach to learn from intraoral scanning (digital impressions) to the 3D planning software and 3D printing, all the way to guided surgery and placing implants in the most technological, well planned and therefore safer way possible.

Learning Targets

Aim:

  • Guided Surgery Course with Hands on

Course Objectives:

  • Scan using Virtuo Vivo™ intra-oral digital scanner
  • Use of coDiagnostiX™ software:
  • Single tooth aesthetic zone case
  • Single tooth posterior zone case
  • Full-arch case
  • Design a surgical guide
  • Printing of a surgical guide
  • Hands-on practice on guided implant surgical placement

Development Outcomes:

  • This course meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

9th – 10th November 2023
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