Mission Statement

This programme concerns the successful implant rehabilitation of either patients requiring complex treatments,  or  those  presenting major  atrophies  of  jaw  bones  combined with  unfavourable  intermaxillary relationships. It aims essentially to train scientifically and clinically, both graduates of the first Certificate Course on Comprehensive  Implantology  and other  experienced  implantologists* who wish  to  extend  their  surgical competence  to all  forms of  complex  implant and bone grafting  techniques.

The scientific and pragmatic approach  to  the choice of bone substitute materials and healing mechanisms of hard and  soft  tissues of oral and maxillofacial  sphere  constitutes  the backbone of  the programme.

The programme extend over five modular sessions with intervals of some two months. Numerous hands-on and supervised clinical sessions familiarize the students with the surgical management of many so called “inaccessible surgical complexities”.

* Experienced Implantalogists must justify having placed a minimum of 50 implants and completed prostheses.