Dental Implantology Course

Faculty & Mentor :

Dr. Kumar Rakshak Anand (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery)

Dr. Kumar Rakshak Anand teaches Oral Surgery, Dental Implants, Impactions, Cyst removal & Minor Oral Surgery He obtained his MDS from Govt. Dental College, Amritsar

Dr. Rakshak lectures nationally as well as internationally on smile design, dental lasers, implant dentistry and tissue reconstruction “The real success in my teaching methods is being able to see the growth and development in my students at AHEAD Dental Academy."

Dr. Manak Gupta (Periodontist)

Dr. Manak Gupta teaches Periodontics, dental implants, lasers and reconstructive surgery at AHEAD Dental Academy. He obtained his Bachelor & Post graduation degrees from Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, New Delhi. His topics of interest are smile design, dental lasers, implant dentistry and tissue reconstruction He continues to contribute mcqs and explanatory answers for various books on international dental examinations published by AHEAD Dental Academy. He is favorite teacher of dental students at our institute.

CLINICAL CERTIFICATE COURSE IN IMPLANTOLOGY

Students are free to perform procedures directly on allotted patients

The Introduction to Implant Surgery Course covers a broad simplification of Course Topics, Course Objectives, and Hands-on Participation. Below are a few of the Topics:

Implant Surgery Course

 Diagnosis & Treatment Planning

 Implants in General Dentistry

 Prosthetic rehabilitation

 Bone Grafting Procedures

 Soft & hard Tissue Management

 Pain Management

Course Objectives :

 Understanding of Diagnosis & Treatment Planning starting with the anticipated prosthetic result

 Understanding basic knowledge of bone grafting & ridge augmentation procedures related to dental implants

 Understanding the role of implant dentistry in the future dental practice

Course Duration : Customized Courses as per requirement of the candidates ranging from few weeks to few months

Implantology : Schedule of Clinical Procedures

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Implantology : Schedule of Clinical Procedures

Module 1 • Introduction to implant dentistry • Different types of implants • Rationale of implants • Diagnosis in implant dentistry • Applied Anatomy of maxilla and mandible • Bone in relation to implant dentistry • Radiographic interpretation • Difference between implant and tooth • Implant parts • Armamentarium • Introduction to different implant systems
Module 2 • Treatment planning in implant dentistry • Periodontal aspect • Biomaterials in implants • Biomechanics in implant dentistry • Pharmacology in implant dentistry • Sterilization protocols • Radiology in implants with respect to the case scheduled for live surgery • Treatment planning • Interactive sessions with participants on case due for implant surgery Hands on: Suturing techniques on the soft tissue model. Clinical session: live surgery –Implant placement by experienced faculty on patient.
Module 3 • Provisionalisation of implants, impression techniques , stress distribution around dental implants. • All on four and all on six concept • Different prosthetic options in dental implants • Osseointegration • Immediate implants • Occlusion in implants
Module 4 • Recent advances in implant dentistry • Indirect sinus lift • Direct sinus lift • Bonegrafts • Maintenance and hygiene for dental implants • Implant failures and its management.
The Advanced Implantology Clinical Course is designed to provide broad exposure to a variety of topics in implant dentistry. The major focus is on Implant Prosthodontics and Treatment Planning. The required materials are presented in a way that allows time for each candidate to view actual laboratory and clinical cases as he/she chooses. How to introduce Implants into your practice Providing dental implant therapy as a routine treatment option for patients in your practice requires specialised equipment, facilities and skills. Aspects such as surgical, prosthodontic, computer, administration and managerial skills are important to consider. The Advanced Implantology Clinical Course to provides broad exposure to a variety of topics in implant dentistry. Treatment planning and prosthetic rehabilitation of implants is the main focus of this course. The required materials are presented to allow time for each candidate to view actual laboratory and clinical cases. Providing dental implant therapy as a routine treatment option for patients in practice by utilizing specialised equipment, facilities and skills. Aspects such as surgical, prosthodontic, computer, administration and managerial skills are also discussed with candidates.
Course Topics
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Dental implants and soft tissue maintenance

• Biology of the peri-implant tissues

• Commonly encountered problems around dental implants

• Use of oral hygiene techniques and products to enhance periimplant health

• Considerations in implant treatment planning

• Discussion on prosthetic design and implant abutment selection on peri-implant tissues

• Understanding abutment connection and crown cementation

• Structured maintenance programs for patients restored with dental implants