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Hands-on dental implant surgery and restoration course with live patient treatment

November 5, 2021 9:58 am Published by
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Hands-on dental implant surgery and restoration with live patient treatment

Together with Roseman College of Dental Medicine, KCSI presents our 3-part dental implant surgery and restoration course series, including patient treatment. This series is designed to help general dentists master surgical placement and restoration for single site dental implants.

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A successful implant starts with being good at surgical extractions. KCSI has those pre-requisite courses for you. There is Continuum One (for those little surgical experience) and the Intro Course (for those more experienced with surgical extractions). THEN, these three implant courses guide you to where you need to be for competent and trouble-free implant therapy.

Nearly all general dentists restore some implants and many would like to place the easier implants, like those in the posterior, single implants (about 70% of them), and those in the anterior without serious esthetic challenges. This series enables general dentists to do that.

BASIC IMPLANTOLOGY FOR THE GENERAL DENTIST: PART 1

Review of implants, how to eliminate nearly all causes of implant failure, patient evaluation and selection, diagnosis and treatment planning, ideal implant placement protocols for the best restorative outcomes, how to prevent or, if necessary, treat peri-implantitis.
Placing implants on life-like models with soft tissue and custom-contoured emergence. Predictable socket preservation in the hands of general dentists including doing it on the model. A major part of this course is “hands-on”.

BASIC IMPLANTOLOGY FOR THE GENERAL DENTIST: PART 2

Cutting edge implant restorative techniques using new devices on the market are unknown to many practitioners. How to develop the best emergence to mitigate or eliminate postoperative periodontal problems.
Immediate placement with highly esthetic provisional crowns – things to do and things not to – for optimum health, function, and patient satisfaction with the temporary prosthesis and final appearance. How to deal with mesial drift eating up your M/D width. A major part of this course is “hands-on”.

BASIC IMPLANTOLOGY FOR THE GENERAL DENTIST: PART 3

Placing implants on patients. They can be your own patients or local patients screened for you. If you do not do the follow-up restorative, local skilled implantologists will restore them for you. You experience the flow of the surgical process using sterile methods, including gloves, according to current standards of care. You are guided step-by-step as it should be done in your own office later on.

We draw blood on each other and create fibrin clots used with a socket graft done on the model. There is also an introduction to the use of stem cells in dentistry and how they can be applied to treat many oral and maxillofacial manifestations of disease or injury. Injections of stem cells are given by dentists intra-orally as maxillary infiltrations or IV. A major part of this course is “hands-on”.

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Basic Implantology Course for General Dentists

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