PG Certificate in Dental Implantology (Level 7)
08 February 2018
01 February 2019
Titpton Training Ltd
The PG Certification in Dental Implantology consists of 5 units over 15 days in form of seminars, practical and live surgical sessions on your patients. It covers the key aspects of dental implantology to provide evidence based, safe and predictable treatment of participants own cases.
*0.0% Interest Free Purchase available on PG Certificate in Dental Implantology Manchester (Level 7) paid over 24 fixed monthly instalments. Representative example (all numbers include VAT); non-refundable registration fee of £500, with £2,000 delegate contribution & 24 fixed repayments of £250+VAT. Total Course fees £9,700. Cost of credit £0.00. Other payment options available. Additional laboratory and consumable charges may apply. T&Cs Apply. Subject to status. 18s and over. Tipton Training Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN number: 774556.
Unit 1: Principles and Science for Successful Implant Dentistry
Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an Understanding of Essential Science knowledge as it applies to Implant Dentistry. Learning Outcome 2: Evaluate and apply appropriate techniques relating to Implant dentistry. Unit 2: Treatment Planning and Patient Selection
Learning Outcome 1: Explain and evaluate the requirements of successful treatment planning. Learning Outcome 2: Critically evaluate the techniques available to support the success of implant dentistry. Learning Outcome 3: Explain and analyse the application of Implant techniques as learnt from simulation and own patients. Unit 3: Marketing and Implant Dentistry
Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an understanding of key principles of marketing in relation to successful implant dentistry. Learning Outcome 2: Critically evaluate the implant systems market. Unit 4: Implant Dentistry and Surgical Considerations
Learning Outcome 1: Explain and evaluate essential considerations needed for successful implant dentistry. Learning Outcome 2: Apply and evaluate basic implant dentistry, surgical procedures. Unit 5: Implant Dentistry and Restorative Considerations
Learning Outcome 1: Demonstrate an understanding of patient Implant needs. Learning Outcome 2: Demonstrate an understanding of essential restorative techniques.
The course is ideal course for beginners or dentists with little experience placing implants or oral surgery. As a live patient course there is significant focus on patient selection, identifying suitable implant patients and how to create an optimum treatment plan using checklists and digital treatment planning tools. Delegates will grasp an in-depth knowledge of all the adjunct therapies and diagnostic tools to ensure that planning stages are comprehensive and thorough ensuring the patient journey is smooth and predictable.
Practical aspects involve how to scrub and prepare the surgery for implant placement, pre-postoperative medication, anaesthetic techniques, basic surgical techniques including flap designs and suturing. Live surgery demonstrations and surgical techniques will also be practised and mastered on models under supervision of expert tutors. In addition, various components and treatment modalities will be covered in detail.