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Introductory Practical Implant Nurse course

1 February 2019

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Presented by: Dr Tom Donnelly and Mrs M Bones RDN
Date: 1 February 2019
Location: 41 South Bar, Banbury, Oxon. OX16 9AE
Price: £175.00

Organised by: Marie Bones
Phone: 01295 262008

Further details about this event

Aims & Objectives

  • Practical gowning up as sterile nurse with hands on experience
  • Assisting the dentist to gown up as a non-sterile and sterile nurse
  • Opening and handling packaging as a non-sterile and sterile nurse- practical experience
  • Sterile nurse set up and handling tips - practical experience
  • Setting up with layout process - practical experience
  • How to take down the surgery in a safe and effective way - practical experience
  • How to sterilise instruments after Implant surgery safely and conforming to HTM 01-05 guidelines
  • Overview of basic surgical procedures for Implants, bone graft and sinus lifts
  • Access to a live video and discussion
  • They will be given basic anatomical knowledge
  • Group discussions of types of Implants and how they can be used
  • Brief discussions on Implant planning with CBCT
  • Contraindications and how to overcome them

Event Content

The course is very hands on with 50% of it being in surgery. Each nurse learns how to gown up and how to manage an Implant procedure. We also take them through the cleaning and maintenance of instrumentation conforming to HTM O1-05 regulations. There is plenty of time to discuss all implant topics and to have the training dedicated to how you, the dentist, works. This could be using a ‘dirty nurse’ or not; so the procedures can be different and adapted to your needs.

There is also a theory lecture. This is interactive, as Tom welcomes questions, so that everyone gets the most out of the day. The lecture is aimed at nurses, so that the information is pertinent to their implant education.

We keep the numbers to 6 delegates so that each nurse has the opportunity to go through a full procedure. Hints and tips on how to make their job easier are given.


The nurse will be able to:-

  • Set up surgery ready for Implant procedures
  • Be confident in assisting the Dentist in Implant placement and gowning
  • Sterilise instruments according the HTM O-105 regulations
  • Clear down surgery
  • Maintaining surgical equipment to manufacturers guidelines
  • Ability to understand how to deliver pre and post op care to the patient
  • 6 hours CPD verifiable

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