Advanced Implant Dentistry Course - Branemark Institute
Including angulated & wide bodied Implant supported restorations
26-28 February 2016
30 September – 2 October 2016
The Brånemark Institute of South Africa is dedicated to comprehensive research and clinical audit, and provides different levels of training.
It is a world-class training facility based on Professor Brånemark’s principles of: “simple, safe, affordable, available: using mimimalist surgery, precision, prosthetics and premeditated procedures”.
Course objective: One of the significant advantages in implant dentistry includes the use of angulated implants to overcome the constraints of the craniofacial skeleton to avoid breaching the maxillary sinus and mandibular neurovascular bundle as well as minor bony anatomical deficiencies. The use of these implants has significantly reduced the need for bone grafting in all areas of the jaw as well as significantly reducing treatment time and cost.
Who should attend: This course is offered for practitioners with some experience in implantology who are looking for further understanding and train in osseointegration and more advanced implantology with and without augmentation procedures.
- Review of Osseointegration
- Anatomic constraint of the jaws
- Cone Beam Computerised Tomography and Virtual Planning
- Principles of Implant Surgery
- Applications of Angulated Implantology
- Live full-arch surgery including the use of regular implants, co-axis angled implants and Zygomatic implants.
- Principles of bone grafts
- Principles of “All-On-4” with Co-axis implants
- Hands-on surgical and pros workshops on excellent full-skull steriolithic models with extractable teeth
- Hands-on MAX surgery workshop
- Dealing with the Posterior Maxilla
- Prosthodontic implications of implant supported prostheses including:
- Screw versus cement retention
- The importance of passivity
- Restorative materials
- Laboratory procedures
- Live placement of immediately loaded prostheses and occlusal equilibration
- Closure of access holes
- Medication and protocols for pain-free implantology
- Surgical and restorative complications
Wide Bodied Implant (MAX) Module
- Introduction to the MAX implant
- Achieving predictable implant placement in molar extraction sites using MAX fixtures
- Using the MAX implant as a viable alternative to grafting.
- Live demonstration surgery - MAX implant
- Prof. Dale Howes, Prosthodontist in Private practice and Senior Consultant for the Post Graduate Prosthodontic Programme at the University of the Witwatersrand
- Dr. Greg Boyes-Varley, Maxillo-Facial and Oral Surgeon in Private Practice and a part time Senior Consultant/ Senior Lecturer within the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences
- Dr. André Hattingh, Periodontist in Private practice
The February course is full, but we are now taking applications for October.
Contact your representative or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.