Session I


Course Curicullum 1st Year

1st Module

Starting from 19th July, 2017 in Mumbai and 27th July, 2017 in Delhi

Introduction to fundamental, basic and clinical sciences necessary for a successful practice of routine implant dentistry in a dental office.

 

• Philosophy and principles of contemporary implant dentistry as practiced within University Hospital and Institutionalized environments.

• Asepsis and sterilization in implant surgery

• French Volumetric Classification of Available Bone for implant surgery(part1)  Overview

- Cat A and Cat B

• French Volumetric Classification of Available Bone for implant surgery(part 2)      Overview

- Cat C, Cat D and Cat N

• Principles of implant surgery and patient follow-up

- Patient selection, clinical exam, blood and urine tests,

and diagnostic criteria, etc.

- Treatment planning

- Different phases of implant dentistry

• Treatment planning in (part 1)

Routine implant dentistry

- Comprehensive patient care from first consultation to

final restoration and follow-up

• Treatment planning in (part 2)

Advanced implant dentistry

- Comprehensive patient care from first consultation to

final restoration and follow-up (Overview)

• Treatment planning in (part 3)

Reconstructive surgery

- Comprehensive patient care from first consultation to

final restoration and follow-up (Overview)

 

• Types and current trends of Implants in basic Implantology

- Principles of hands-on surgical simulation

 

• Hands-on

- Asepsis

- Practical session on gowning and aseptic behavior

• Hands-on

- Treatment planning, initial stages

- Clinical cases - how to prepare and plan

• Hands-on

- Implant placement / Implant Kit and Components

 

Discussion and conclusion of the first module
 

 

Session II

 

COURSE SCHEDULE 2nd Module

An intensive and condensed study of bone and periosteal histophysiology, metabolism and their clinical implications in the understanding of contemporary bone and soft tissue substitute biomaterials used predictably within an academic environment.

 

• Bone physiology and metabolism (part 1):

- Quadruple general functionality of cortical bone

- Dual functionality of bone for implantolology

• Bone physiology and metabolism (part 2)

- Osteo-induction, osteo-conduction and osteogenesis

- Bone modeling and remodeling

- Hormones and growth factors

• Bone physiology and metabolism (part 3)

• Daily calcium metabolism

- Clinical implications of calcium metabolism

• Bone physiology and metabolism (part 4)

- Biological markers and histomorphometry

- Clinical application of bone dynamism in implant and

reconstructive surgery

• Periosteum: histophysiology (part 1)

- Definitions and terminologies

- Histological composition

- Functions

• Periosteum: histophysiology (part 2)

- Periosteal lesions

• Periosteum: histophysiology (part 3)

- Periosteal destruction

- Surgical management of periosteum

• Biomaterials in implant and reconstructive surgery (part 1)

- Definitions and terminologies

- Natural and synthetic compounds

- Metals and metal alloys, organics and inorganics

- Titanium, Zirconium

• Biomaterials in implant and reconstructive surgery (part 2)

- Ceramic biomaterials: beta-tricalcium phosphate,

hydroxyapatite, calcium sulphate

- Precise and successful indications

• Biological interfaces

• Biomaterials in implant and reconstructive surgery (part 3)

- Natural graft materials: human origin

- Autografts and allografts

- Precise and successful indications

• Biomaterials in implant and reconstructive surgery (part 4)

- Natural graft materials: animal origin

- Xenogographts

- Precise and successful indications

• Discussion and conclusion of second module

 

Session III

 

COURSE SCHEDULE 3rd Module

An intensive and practical study of bone and soft tissue healing mechanisms, an interactive learning of systemic or health conditions affecting the long-term success of implant and reconstructive surgeries together with a new look at the surgical anatomy of head and neck wil l be amongst the main aims of this module.

 

• Successful bone and soft tissue healing (part 1), Overview

- Management of gingival, mucosal, periosteal and

connective tissues around natural teeth and implant

devices during and after implantation

• Successful bone and soft tissue healing (part 2), Overview

- Management of cortical and cancellous bone

healing in simple implant and advanced surgical

techniques including bone graft procedures

• Medical evaluation of patients before, during and after implant surgery

(part 1), Overview

- Absolute contraindications

• Medical evaluation of patients before, during and after implant surgery

(part 2), Overview

- Relative contraindications, pharmacology and prescription

• Clinical and surgical serial anatomy of head and neck (part 1)

- Overview of oral and maxillofacial anatomy

- Structural harmony and neuro-vascular systems

- Mandible: resorption patterns

- Critical landmarks for implant and reconstructive surgery

- Maxilla: resorption patterns

- Critical landmarks for implant and reconstructive surgery

• Clinical and surgical serial anatomy of head and neck (part 2)

- Maxillary sinus- Nasal, ethmoidal, sphenoidal and frontal sinuses

• Clinical and surgical serial anatomy of head and neck (part 3)

- Inferior alveolar neuro-vascular bundle

• Soft tissues of oral cavity

- Definition and composition,

- Management of soft tissues around natural teeth

• Peri - implant tissue

- Definition and composition,

- Management of peri-implant tissue

• Hands-on

• Basic surgical techniques

- Soft tissue flap design, incisions, retraction and suturing

• Review of asepsis and gowning

• Conclusion of the third module

 

 

Session IV

 

COURSE SCHEDULE 4th Module

Introduction to more advanced implant and reconstructive techniques in hospital environments. Intravenous sedation, which is the most effective complement of local or block anesthesia for ambulatory procedures in oral surgical platforms is a distinctive component of this module.

 

• Contemporary medical imaging in implant and reconstructive surgery

(part 1)

- Radiography (periapical, panoramic, tomography)

• Contemporary medical imaging in implant and reconstructive surgery

(part 2)

- CT-Scan

- MRI

• Contemporary medical imaging in implant and reconstructive surgery

(part 3)

- Bone densitometry

- Echosonography

- Scintiography

• Hands-on and tutorial

• Analysis and interpretation of radiographs and CT scans

- Measurement techniques of bone volume as observed

on radiographs

Students are requested to bring personal radiographic documents

• Anesthesia in implant and reconstructive surgery

- Local and block anesthesia, pharmacopoeia

- General anesthesia

• Intra-venous sedation in implant and bone surgery

- Definitions, required equipments and platform

- Types of IV sedation and techniques

- Agonist drugs used

- Antagonists

- Medico-legal condition

• Incidents and complications of anesthesia

- Bradycardia, vagal malaise

- Anaphylactic shock

- Emergency drugs and indications

- Serum substitute fluids and indications

Overview of graft procedures (part1)

- Repair of limited volume bone defects

- Repair of segmental bone defects

• Overview of graft procedures (part2)

- Repair of major bone defects

• Overview of guided tissue regeneration techniques

- Scientific principles of tissue proliferation

- Classification of membranes

- Surgical procedures, precautions, advantages

- Disadvantages, major pitfalls, statistics

• Discussion and conclusion of the fourth module

 

Session V

 

COURSE SCHEDULE 5th Module

 

• Stage II Surgery – Pros and Cons

• Implants in Esthetic Zone - Considerations

• Pharmacology : Pre OP and Post OP

• Occlusion consideration in Implantology

• Prosthetic Protocols and Prosthes is Design

- Impression Mateial, Techniques and attachments

- Screw retain Vs Cement retained prosthesis

• Maintenance of Implant prosthesis

• Conclusion of the fifth module

 

Session VI

 

COURSE SCHEDULE 6th Module

A condensed study of basic and clinical sciences necessary for a successful practice of routine implant dentistry in a dental office including a panorama of different bone repair and manipulation, in particular, GTR and GBR concept and more advanced implant and reconstructive techniques in hospital environments.

 

• Prosthesis (part 1)

Over natural abutments

- General principles of removable and fixed prostheses

- Biomechanics of prostheses

- Esthetics.

• Prosthesis (part 2)

Over implant abutments

- General principles of removable and fixed prostheses

- Biomechanics of implant supported prostheses

- Immediate loading

• Bone compaction/expansion technique in implant management of thin alveolar    ridges (Cat B bone)

- Cortical and cancellous bone deformation factors

- Indication and contraindications

• Introduction to maxillary sinus surgery

- Maxillary sinus anatomy and histophysiology

- Surgical techniques

- Biomaterial used

• Management of complications

- Implant complications

- Abutment complications

- Prosthetics complications

- Systemic complications

• Immediate implantation (part 1)

- Basic sciences

- Principal causes of tooth loss

• Immediate implantation (part 2)

- Surgical techniques

- Indications and contraindications

 

• Overview of complex implant techniques

• Overview of advanced implant techniques

• Revision for exams