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Go Slim: Mini-Implants and the Atrophic Ridge

Title:

Go Slim: Mini-Implants and the Atrophic Ridge

Starts:

18 October 2017

Provider:

Dentale

Course Location:

Dentale Stafford

Contact Name:

Cheryl

Contact Phone:

08450176262

Qualification:

7 Hours Verifiable CPD

Course price:

£395.00

Course aims:

Course Aims:

To present an alternative implant technique that conserves bone and which can stabilise loose dentures for patients not suitable for conventional implant therapy. To discuss how the use of MDIs can enhance the scope of treatment for patients with severely atrophic ridges when conventional dental implants may not be an option.

To see how the MDI concept has evolved over the last 10 years to become a viable part of the dental armamentarium today.

Course content:

What does the course cover?

  • The concept and evolution of the mini-dental implant (MDI)
  • A method to restore edentulous arches with MDIs
  • The use of the Slimline implant system
  • Complications and tips for success in MDI cases
Who should attend?

General dentists with basic implant dentistry knowledge and experienced implant dental surgeons who are looking for a solution to patients complaining of loose dentures or require clearances.

Course Aims:

To present an alternative implant technique that conserves bone and which can stabilise loose dentures for patients not suitable for conventional implant therapy. To discuss how the use of MDIs can enhance the scope of treatment for patients with severely atrophic ridges when conventional dental implants may not be an option.

To see how the MDI concept has evolved over the last 10 years to become a viable part of the dental armamentarium today.

Course Benefits:

Course Outcomes:

To expand the repertoire of general and implant dental surgeons with a system for the stabilisation of dentures in edentulous patients.

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