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Educational programs Level 1: Basic

Lecture course
The basis of dental implantation “Just about the complex”

In a programme:

1. History
2. Implantation is one of the methods. Goals, objectives, opportunities.
3. Indications and contraindications. Absolute and relative.
4. The importance of planning. Surgeon, orthopedist, patient – who is the team captain?
5. Bone: anatomy, physiology. Blood supply and innervation of hard and soft tissues in the area of ​​planned implantation. Types and types of bone tissue.
6. Varieties of implants and their characteristics. Materials, implant geometry, macro- and microdesign of the surface, implant-abutment connection.
7. Osseointegration – what is meant by this?
Bone remodeling. Dates and ways to achieve the objectives.
8. The choice of implant to solve the existing clinical problem. The optimal implant placement site, spatial orientation, angles, distances, depth.
9. The choice of surgical protocol. Flapless technique. Immediate insertion of a tooth replacement into the socket of the removed tooth. Terms, tools, sequence.
10. Pharmacology. What, when and how much?
11. Complications.
12. The formation of the gums. Materials, arguments, timelines and algorithms.
13. Receiving a print. open and closed spoon. Search from implant level and abutment level.
14. Fixation of orthopedic construction. Screw or cement? Fixing removable structures.
15. Control of occlusal contacts. Overload value for implant life.

Lecture course
Basic course in implantology and implant prosthetics

In a programme:

1. History
2. Implantation is one of the methods. Goals, objectives, opportunities.
3. Indications and contraindications. Absolute and relative.
4. The importance of planning. Surgeon, orthopedist, patient – who is the team captain?
5. Bone: anatomy, physiology. Blood supply and innervation of hard and soft tissues in the area of ​​planned implantation. Types and types of bone tissue.
6. Varieties of implants and their characteristics. Materials, implant geometry, macro- and microdesign of the surface, implant-abutment connection.
7. Osseointegration – what is meant by this?
Bone remodeling. Dates and ways to achieve the objectives.
8. The choice of implant to solve the existing clinical problem. The optimal implant placement site, spatial orientation, angles, distances, depth.
9. The choice of surgical protocol. Flapless technique. Immediate insertion of a tooth replacement into the socket of the removed tooth. Terms, tools, sequence.
10. Pharmacology. What, when and how much?
11. Complications.
12. The formation of the gums. Materials, arguments, timelines and algorithms.
13. Receiving a print. open and closed spoon. Search from implant level and abutment level.
14. Fixation of orthopedic construction. Screw or cement? Fixing removable structures.
15. Control of occlusal contacts. Overload value for implant life.

Lecture course
3D dental implant technology

In a programme:

1. History
2. Implantation is one of the methods. Goals, objectives, opportunities.
3. Indications and contraindications. Absolute and relative.
4. The importance of planning. Surgeon, orthopedist, patient – who is the team captain?
5. Bone: anatomy, physiology. Blood supply and innervation of hard and soft tissues in the area of ​​planned implantation. Types and types of bone tissue.
6. Varieties of implants and their characteristics. Materials, implant geometry, macro- and microdesign of the surface, implant-abutment connection.
7. Osseointegration – what is meant by this?
Bone remodeling. Dates and ways to achieve the objectives.
8. The choice of implant to solve the existing clinical problem. The optimal implant placement site, spatial orientation, angles, distances, depth.
9. The choice of surgical protocol. Flapless technique. Immediate insertion of a tooth replacement into the socket of the removed tooth. Terms, tools, sequence.
10. Pharmacology. What, when and how much?
11. Complications.
12. The formation of the gums. Materials, arguments, timelines and algorithms.
13. Receiving a print. open and closed spoon. Search from implant level and abutment level.
14. Fixation of orthopedic construction. Screw or cement? Fixing removable structures.
15. Control of occlusal contacts. Overload value for implant life.

Lecture course
Front department. Aesthetics. Soft fabrics

In a programme:

1. History
2. Implantation is one of the methods. Goals, objectives, opportunities.
3. Indications and contraindications. Absolute and relative.
4. The importance of planning. Surgeon, orthopedist, patient – who is the team captain?
5. Bone: anatomy, physiology. Blood supply and innervation of hard and soft tissues in the area of ​​planned implantation. Types and types of bone tissue.
6. Varieties of implants and their characteristics. Materials, implant geometry, macro- and microdesign of the surface, implant-abutment connection.
7. Osseointegration – what is meant by this?
Bone remodeling. Dates and ways to achieve the objectives.
8. The choice of implant to solve the existing clinical problem. The optimal implant placement site, spatial orientation, angles, distances, depth.
9. The choice of surgical protocol. Flapless technique. Immediate insertion of a tooth replacement into the socket of the removed tooth. Terms, tools, sequence.
10. Pharmacology. What, when and how much?
11. Complications.
12. The formation of the gums. Materials, arguments, timelines and algorithms.
13. Receiving a print. open and closed spoon. Search from implant level and abutment level.
14. Fixation of orthopedic construction. Screw or cement? Fixing removable structures.
15. Control of occlusal contacts. Overload value for implant life.

Lecture course
The main stages of implantation

In a programme:

1. History
2. Implantation is one of the methods. Goals, objectives, opportunities.
3. Indications and contraindications. Absolute and relative.
4. The importance of planning. Surgeon, orthopedist, patient – who is the team captain?
5. Bone: anatomy, physiology. Blood supply and innervation of hard and soft tissues in the area of ​​planned implantation. Types and types of bone tissue.
6. Varieties of implants and their characteristics. Materials, implant geometry, macro- and microdesign of the surface, implant-abutment connection.
7. Osseointegration – what is meant by this?
Bone remodeling. Dates and ways to achieve the objectives.
8. The choice of implant to solve the existing clinical problem. The optimal implant placement site, spatial orientation, angles, distances, depth.
9. The choice of surgical protocol. Flapless technique. Immediate insertion of a tooth replacement into the socket of the removed tooth. Terms, tools, sequence.
10. Pharmacology. What, when and how much?
11. Complications.
12. The formation of the gums. Materials, arguments, timelines and algorithms.
13. Receiving a print. open and closed spoon. Search from implant level and abutment level.
14. Fixation of orthopedic construction. Screw or cement? Fixing removable structures.
15. Control of occlusal contacts. Overload value for implant life.

Photo report from the previous training event Level 1: Basic. "The main stages of implantation"
July 27, 2019   /  Kyiv
Most recently, training was organized by Alpha Dent Implants, for dentists who are just starting to get acquainted with dental implantology.
The presentation was held by the leading master, implant dentist Vladimir Anatolyevich Korobtsev, maxillofacial surgeon, orthopedic dentist, head physician of the dent-el clinic network.
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