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

Curso certificado por la Universidad Europea de Valencia

Curso certificado por la Universidad Europea de Valencia
Intensive Course on Inmediate Loading

Dates

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

Calendar

Students

Limited Places

LTD

Practical Load

8 live surgeries

8

Schedule

9:00am-2:00pm
and 4:00pm-8:00pm.

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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

Practice

  • 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.

Theory

  • 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