Designed for odontologists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons with some experience in the field of implantology.

Intensive Course on Inmediate Loading


1st edition: 27th, 28th and 29th May 2019
2nd edition: 14th, 15th and 16th October 2019



Limited Places


Practical content

6 live surgeries



and 4:00pm-8:00pm.


Program designed in which the theoretical content is combined with the practical and in which each student:

  • Acquires the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to incorporate into their daily clinical practice the inmediate loading techniques for implantology in single-piece, partial and complete edentulous cases.

Program Summary


  • Live surgery of complete upper maxilla: attachment of 6 implants for inmediate loading.
  • Live surgery of complete lower maxilla: all on four for inmediate loading.
  • Live surgery for partial upper and lower edentulous case.
  • Live surgery of complete upper maxilla severe posterior atrophy: attaching 4 implants in the premaxilla and two zygomatic implants in the posterior region for inmediate loading.
  • Live surgery covering attachment of 2 implants to treat a partial edentulous maxilla to replace lower incisors for inmediate loading.
  • Workshop on prosthetic abutments for inmediate loading.
  • Live surgery with inmediate implants after extraction in the top centre incisor.
  • Live surgery of 2 implants after extraction for treating a partial upper edentulous case.
  • Live surgery of single implants after extraction in the front maxilla region.


  • Classic protocol for loading implants and dental prosthesis.
  • Evolution of inmediate loading.
  • Biological foundations of inmediate loading.
  • Patient screening.
  • Requirements for inmediate loading.
  • Initial implant stability.
  • What is the minimum torque?
  • Particularities of inmediate loading in single-piece. Partial and complete edentulous cases.
  • Inmediate loading of temporary pieces.
  • Clinical and laboratory procedures.
  • Complete edentulous cases.
  • Handling soft and hard tissues in the front region.
  • Importance of the diagnosis and treatment plan.
  • Communication with the patient.
  • Radiological examination.
  • The key to dental extraction.
  • Inmediate implant post extraction.
  • Inmediate functionality.
  • Treatment of soft and hard tissues.
  • Diagnosis mistake.
  • Implant failure: 4 important mistakes.
  • Advanced surgical technique.
  • Surgical protocol. Technique standardisation