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
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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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Straumann

Refining Implant Strategies – Practical Planning Workshop

Duration

3 Days

CPD Hours

25.5

Group Size

14

Location

Cambridge

Enrolment Fee

£1500.00 inclusive of VAT

Format
  • Presentations covering assessment & treatment planning for dental implants
  • Hands on practical on pig’s heads and models
  • Discussion of reading material
  • Workshop case discussions
Course Description

This is a 3-day small group face-to-face workshop covering treatment planning in implant dentistry with 25.5 hours of CPD including on-demand pre-course webinars.

Target audience:

  • Beginner to intermediate implant clinicians
  • Clinicians considering undergoing training in implant dentistry
  • Referring clinicians keen to understand how a range of dental implant cases are managed

Format:

  • Two reading lists of four papers to be discussed on the contact days
  • On demand webinars (totalling approximately 5 hours)
  • Approximately two face-to-face seminar presentations
  • Hands-on practical sessions on pigs heads & models covering immediate implant placement & guided bone regeneration/alveolar ridge preservation (this section can potentially be adapted to delegates requests)
  • A number of face-to-face case discussions to consolidate learning
  • Interaction will be encouraged in a supportive environment
  • The course content can potentially be adjusted to meet individual learning requirements. Please contact with your specific learning requirements when booking
  • Delegates are encouraged to bring along cases on the day for discussion

The course provides 25.5 hours of CPD and meets the criteria for the GDC’s development outcome C.

Course Topics

  • Implant placement
  • Immediate placement and loading
  • GBR
  • Biomaterials
  • Prosthodontics

Course Aims, Objectives & Development Outcomes

Aim: To provide a sound basis for assessment and treatment planning for dental implant cases

Objectives:
  • Discuss prosthodontic treatment indications within implant dentistry
  • Develop a strategy to select hard and soft tissue grafting methods
  • Build experience of implant placement in compromised sites and guided bone regeneration
  • Consolidate & implement learning via case discussions

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

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

6th – 8th November 2024
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SYNTRAIN international academy

PG Diploma in Implant and Restorative Dentistry

Duration

12 Month

CPD Hours

128

Location

Bolton

Enrolment Fee

£6995  £4,500 for limited time only – Hands on Mentorship

The course can also be taken as a full standalone online course. This will also allow you to obtain a PG Diploma in Implant and Restorative Dentistry.

£3995 £1,500 for limited time only – Digital Only

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Format
  • Blended teaching approach
  • Digital learning – SynTrain Academy
  • Digital assessments
  • Digital meetings
  • Hands-on study days
  • Integrated direct/indirect mentorship
  • 3 dental implant cases under direct mentorship (Provided by Synergy Dental)
  • Support to integrate dental implantology in your practice
  • Support post course completion
  • 128 Credits (4 units; Each unit equals 32 credits)
Course Description

This 12 month course offers a blended teaching approach, encompassing both direct mentorship and Hands-On Study Days with our Trusted Lecturers, as well as access to our renowned digital learning platform – SynTrain Academy, for online support and training modules.

The PG Diploma in Implant and Restorative Dentistry has been designed by some of the leading clinicians in the UK. Most of our lecturers and mentors are highly regarded and have been teaching dental implantology for many years. Our Lead Implant Lecturer, Dr Zuber Bagasi has been an ADI Mentor for many years.

The course has been designed using the ‘TELL, SHOW, DO’ concept of learning to empower each clinician to learn the theory of implantology, be shown the practical aspects of dental implantology and then to be directly mentored in dental implantology so that you are able to safely and confidently start implant dentistry in your own practice environment.

UNIT 1: Fundamentals and Principles of Simple Implant and Restorative Practice for Dentists

UNIT 2: Advanced Principles of Implant and Restorative Practice for Dentists

UNIT 3: Complex Principles of Implant Surgery

UNIT 4: Complex Principles of Implant Restorative

January – 20/01/24 – Single Implants
February – 24/02/24 – Multiple Units
March – 23/03/24 – Over Dentures
April – 27/04/24 – Full Arch 

Learning Targets

Aim:

The PG Diploma course has been designed to integrate the theoretical learning and the Video learning with the hands-on learning and experience. Each delegate will be attached to a course mentor from the beginning of the course. Meaning that any cases that need to be discussed, can be supported directly by the course mentor.

We will aim to allow delegates to have 3 individual direct Implants mentorship cases with our mentors.

Course Objectives:

  • To enable dentists to develop knowledge and understanding of restorative and implant dentistry from a theory and practical level.
  • To progress their knowledge of the fundamentals of implant dentistry and understanding the principles of restoration in implant dentistry through the SAC classification.
  • Be confident in their ability to identify cases within their scope of practice and experience and when to refer cases.
  • To allow existing implant surgeons to further their knowledge and skill in Implant Dentistry.
  • Understand the Principles of analogue implant workflows.
  • Understand the principles of digital implant workflows.
  • Be able to Independently place dental implants from single units to full arch implants.

Development Outcomes:

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

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

27th April 2024
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20th July 2024
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The Campbell Academy

Year Three Implant Course

Duration

10 Days

CPD Hours

60

Group Size

16

Location

Nottingham

Enrolment Fee

£12,600 inclusive of VAT

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Format
  • 10 on site face to face training days
  • Monthly zoom sessions
  • Engaging Slack case discussions
  • Patient Treatment
  • Hands-on (Model)
Course Description

Our Curriculum in Implant Dentistry training pathway culminates with our Year Three Implant Course. This unique course is designed for clinicians competent with advanced implant dentistry and ready to elevate their skills to tackle complex cases.

The Campbell Academy Year Three Implant Course is delivered in an innovative and modern structure to allow case discussions at the highest possible level, integration into courses provided by world-class individuals and the ability to share and discuss case planning throughout a year with peers and Campbell Academy faculty.

The course begins with the unveiling of our online platforms, where once a month, complex cases are revealed and discussed at length with the whole group, including a Zoom call with the coach for that month.

This case could be a complicated implant case or a complication that has occurred, or a patient with extraordinarily high expectations. Throughout the year, this builds into a case portfolio for individuals to allow them to become more and more confident with cases of greater complexity. This collaborative environment enables participants to propel their implant dentistry skills forward and expand their professional network.

Delegates will have access to exceptional face-to-face Masterclasses with educators from Geneva, Zurich and Turin to provide outstanding experiences in education in both surgery, restorative and soft tissue management.

By participating in The Year Three Implant Course, delegates are aligned with the ITI curriculum, paving the way towards obtaining the prestigious ITI Diploma in implant dentistry. Throughout the course, full instruction is provided to fulfil the Diploma’s requirements, including presenting eight individual cases to high specification, an oral examination of blind cases, and comprehensive discussions on implant dentistry. Please note the ITI Diploma is optional. Registration and payment are required separately and directly with the ITI.

The Year Three Course empowers delegates to exit the course as complex implant practitioners within a tribe of people who share the same values and aspirations for implant dentistry.

It will be one of the most innovative courses in implant dentistry available. We hope to see you there.The course provided comprehensive education and hands-on training in various aspects of implant dentistry. This is delivered through 10 onsite days at The Campbell Academy (5 trips to Nottingham) and through monthly online content and Zoom sessions.

Course Topics

  • Complex implant cases
  • Complex sinus grafting
  • Complex anterior aesthetic implant dentistry
  • Immediate full arch reconstruction
  • Hard and soft tissue management techniques
  • Complications and remedial cases

Key features of course

Become a Complex Implant Practitioner:

Designed for delegates competent with advanced implant dentistry, who are ready to tackle complex sinus grafting, anterior aesthetic and full arch reconstructions.

Internationally Acclaimed Speakers

Benefit from unique Masterclasses delivered by educators from Geneva, Zurich, and Turin. These sessions will provide an extraordinary education in complex implant dentistry.

Advance Towards the ITI Diploma

A course which guides you on a path towards obtaining the ITI Diploma in implant dentistry. Receive support throughout the course to prepare you to sit and pass the ITI Diploma.

Innovative and Blended Learning Structure

Engage in case discussions at the highest level, integrate with world-class educators, and participate in peer-to-peer case planning and discussion throughout the year both online and at onsite events.

Join a Tribe of Like-Minded Dental Professionals

Connect with peers, mentors, and faculty throughout the year through both onsite and online sessions, and become part of our community of developing Academy Fellows.

Aims & Objectives

  • Gain competency with complex implant cases
  • Provide experienced implant clinicians the knowledge and practical skills for providing immediate full arch reconstruction
  • Gain greater competency with complex sinus grafting
  • Gain greater competency with complex anterior aesthetic implant dentistry
  • Gain theoretical and practical knowledge related hard and soft tissue management.
  • Help guides attendees on a path towards obtaining the ITI Diploma in implant dentistry (optional)

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

1st December 2024 – 27th November 2025
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University of Bristol

Implant Maintenance Short Course

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

6.5

Group Size

20

Location

Bristol

Enrolment Fee

£275.00

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Format
  • Theory
  • Hands on sessions
Course Description

There is still confusion amongst hygienists, therapists, and dentists about what you should and should not do to maintain dental implants. What do we really need to do to make dental implants last?

This course is delivered by Karen Morrison who works as a full-time hygienist in an implant referral practice and Pratik Patel who works as a full-time implant dentist.

Working together, they plan for their patients’ implant maintenance and understand what is necessary to provide long term function and aesthetics around dental implants.

What is covered

  • Evidence-based lectures and videos alongside useful handouts and check lists for you to use in practice
  • Hands on sessions illustrating the instruments that they recommend for monitoring and maintenance around dental implants.
  • How to assess health and disease around dental implants
  • When to take radiographs of dental implants and how to interpret what they show
  • A protocol of what to check on dental implants
  • Definitive evidence-based guidance on how to probe, what to probe with and how to interpret the results
  • A protocol for treating different types of implant restorations
  • Hints and tips on how to improve patient home care and compliance
  • What to do if things are deteriorating
  • The links between the rest of the mouth and dental implant health
  • How to deal with the ‘risk factors’ in practice

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

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VSSAcademy

MSc in Clinical Implantology

Duration

2 Years

CPD Hours

180

Group Size

14

Location

Birmingham, Scotland & Ireland

Enrolment Fee

£38,500

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Format
  • Theory
  • Live surgery
  • Patient treatment
  • Hands-on (pig jaw)
  • Hands-on (model)
  • Frozen cadaver
Course Description

UCLan’s MSc in clinical implantology in association with VSSAcademy™ is designed to give GDPs a solid academic and practical foundation in implants.

Catering to the needs of busy practitioners through mixed online and practical learning, the MSc gives delegates the scientific background and confidence required to place and restore implants with confidence.

Patients are provided for clinical treatment, enabling every delegate to personally place an average of 4-10 implants under clinical supervision in approximately 3-4 patients over the 15 clinical days.

The course covers full CBCT training, fresh cadaver clinical training, and a digital workflow and laboratory training day, with one-to-one training and support provided throughout.

Postgraduate students have full access to UCLan’s extensive online library, so they can review all the articles they require for their studies.

Once initial training is completed, delegates have access to continuous post-learning support and mentoring to ensure the safe and effective transfer of knowledge and skills into practice. Professional relationships with mentors are maintained beyond the initial course to provide guidance and advice where necessary as delegates begin planning and placing dental implants on their own.

Syllabus Highlights

  • Treatment planning and selection
  • Basic sciences for implant dentistry
  • Implant design and biomechanics
  • Surgical skills
  • Occlusion
  • Restoring implants
  • Bone defects
  • Complications and their management

Speakers & Educators

Upcoming Dates

6th September 2024 – Birmingham
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6th September 2024 – Scotland & Ireland
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The Campbell Academy

Beyond Aesthetic Implant Surgery Masterclass

Duration

1 Day

CPD Hours

1

Group Size

20

Location

Nottingham

Enrolment Fee

£525

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Format
  • Theory
Course Description

This masterclass is an in-depth examination of the procedures, skills and techniques required to provide excellent, predictable aesthetic dental implant surgery.

Delegates explore immediate implant treatment and socket shield protocols and discover techniques for planning, imaging and surgical procedure design, and pre and post-operative routines.

It is anticipated that this masterclass will go beyond The Campbell academy’s 3-day Aesthetic Lives Skills Course, to provide delegates with a much deeper understanding of aesthetic implant surgery.

Syllabus Highlights

  • Understanding the planning process for aesthetic implant dentistry
  • Identifying potential problems
  • CBCT imaging for anterior aesthetic cases
  • Using CBCT results to improve surgical procedures
  • Pre and post-operative procedures to improve clinical outcomes
  • Exploring current materials
  • Flap design, incision and suturing techniques
  • Multiple case reviews
  • In-depth cross-topic group discussions

Speakers & Educators

Testimonials & Videos

Upcoming Dates

6th October 2023 – Nottingham
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The Campbell Academy

Year Two Implant Course

Duration

15 Days

CPD Hours

120

Group Size

16

Location

Nottingham

Enrolment Fee

£12,600

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Format
  • Theory
  • Live Surgery
  • Patient Treatment
  • Hands-on (Model)
  • Frozen cadaver
Course Description

The Campbell Academy’s Year Two Implant Course is designed for dentists with experience in simple implant cases who wish to provide more complex treatment.

Training supports clinicians to move closer to placing 50 implants per year through a tailored learning programme comprising live skills courses and masterclasses to cater for delegates’ specific needs.

The flexible syllabus features mentoring and support from the academy’s world-class teaching faculty, and more experienced delegates can take on advanced cases under supervision.

The course is an ideal step for delegates working towards the Royal College of Surgeons (Edin) Diploma in Implant Dentistry.

Syllabus Highlights

  • Treatment planning
  • CBCT interpreting and reporting
  • Clinical mentoring days
  • Advanced sinus grafting
  • Advanced immediate full arch loading

Speakers & Educators

Testimonials & Videos

Upcoming Dates

6th March – 5th December 2025 – Nottingham
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