Acquire the knowledge and skills required to perform dental implant treatments on natural teeth, including short, medium and long-term follow up.

Master in Prosthesis, Implant prosthesis and Dental Aesthetics

Dates

September 2019 - June 2020

Calendar

Students

Maximum number

15

Practical content

Practice on patients: 50%
Pre-clinical practice: 30%

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Timetable

Compatible with professional activity

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A programme designed to combine both theoretical and practical content in which each student:

  • Will acquire the knowledge and skills required to perform dental implant treatments or on natural teeth.
  • Will acquire sufficient safety measures to carry out both simple and the most advanced cases.

Programme summary

Practice

  • Clinical practice sessions on patients. Porcelain veneer treatments.
  • Pre-clinical endodontics workshop. Instrumentation and filling.
  • Clinical practice sessions on patients. Tooth-borne prosthetics.
  • Workshop on veneer preparation in phantoms.
  • Pre-clinical B.O.P.T technique workshop.
  • 3Shape system workshop. Incrustation preparation, mouth scan.
  • Practical activity involving composite injection in models.
  • Workshop involving composites in phantoms. Posterior and anterior restorations. Use of magnification.
  • Presentation and use of a magnification system (PERI-OPTICS).
  • Clinical practice sessions on patients. Implant-borne and tooth-borne prosthetics.
  • DSD practical workshop: developing a case.
  • Creation of silicone keys.
  • Workshop on crown carving in phantoms. Use of magnification.
  • Clinical practice sessions with patients. Facial arch and articulator mounting. Prosthesis over implants.
  • Presentation and use of a magnification system (Lupas AKURA).
  • AQUACARE system presentation.
  • Clinical practice sessions on patients. Prosthesis over implants.
  • Waxing workshop using plaster models.
  • Clinical practice sessions on patients. Registers. Moulding over implants.
  • Reviewing soap-modelled teeth.
  • Moulding workshop (Zhermack).
  • Workshop on model emptying.
  • Practical workshop on the identification and manipulation of prosthetic attachments on implants.

Theory

  • Work protocol: clinical history, radiographic tests, registers, models, images. Magnification in dentistry.
  • Implant rehabilitation diagnosis and planning. Importance of prosthetically-guided treatments. Immediate loading. Oral rehabilitation over implants. All-On-Tour / All-On-Six.
  • Complications in dental implant treatment.
  • Registration and articulator mounting.
  • Bibliographical search.
  • Dental morphology and anatomy. Polishing. Mock up.
  • Materials in prosthetics over implants. Laboratory processes.
  • Restoration materials in fixed prosthesis on teeth.
  • Core concepts of fixed prosthetics and the key elements of natural tooth carving.
  • Provisional prosthesis over teeth. Cementing.
  • Occlusion. Dental imaging.
  • Diagnosis and clinical manipulation in patients with orofacial pain and craniomandibular dysfunction.
  • Digital Smile Design.
  • Latest restoration techniques with direct composite resins in the posterior and anterior section.
  • Indirect restorations: Inlays. Intraoral scanner.
  • Material injection technique.
  • Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique (B.O.P.T)
  • Manipulation of soft tissue.
  • Complete removable dentures.
  • Discharge splint.
  • Teeth whitening.
  • Porcelain veneer treatments.
  • Endodontics. Reconstruction of endodontic teeth.
  • Perioral filing with hyaluronic acid (CROMA).
  • The importance of periodontology in prosthesis.
 

4 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE THIS COURSE

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Experienced professors in oral rehabilitation

In addition to its own teaching team, Vericat Formación has dentists recognised on an international scale and who teach master modules to ensure that students have a complete view of this discipline.

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MORE THAN 80% PRACTICAL PRE-CLINICAL AND CLINICAL CONTENT

With more than 80% pre-clinical and clinical practical content, the student will attend real surgeries in theatre and will practice the different surgical techniques on models, phantom models and pig jaws. They will fit 15 dental implants in conventional cases.

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Structured theoretical content

With a high scientific quality in the content, the theory classes are taught by way of presentations and seminars, reviewing the current concepts of diagnosis and therapeutic planning.

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Support adapted to the needs of each student

Right from day one, the teaching staff will guide each student in order offer them training adapted to their needs in order to ensure they get the most out of the course.