Cirurgia Avançada en Implantologia i Regeneració Òsea. Curs Teòric-Pràctic en Model Cadàver

Type of programme
Specialization courses
between 25-03-2022 and 26-03-2022
€775.00 / ECTS x 2 = €1,550.00. *Prices corresponding to the 2021-2022 academic year.
From 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Spanish (secondary language: English)
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Implant treatment is able to recover the aesthetics and function of missing teeth as well as the tissue surrounding them.

Thanks to scientific advances, modern implantology has been able to increase the quality of treatment offered to the patient and reduced the time span of the therapy, minimising morbidity while under treatment and improving the aesthetic results of the restorations.

Nevertheless, the clinician often encounters cases with a limited amount of available bone which complicates the performance of implant treatments.

Knowledge of advanced implantology and periodontal techniques designed to increase the availability of bone and soft tissue offers the clinician the ability to tackle more complex clinical cases and, on the other hand, significantly improve the results across all cases that fall within the usual clinical ambit. For this reason, being able to manage such techniques has become virtually indispensible.

Course Objectives

The aim of the course is to provide dentists and maxillofacial surgeons with the theoretical and above all practical capacity to perform bone and soft tissue reconstruction techniques as well as the most advanced implant surgery. 

Competences the student will acquire

The student will be able to:

  • Become thoroughly familiar with the surgical anatomy of the maxillofacial area.
  • Become familiar with the surgical techniques for implant placement in situations of poor bone availability in association with bone augmentation techniques.
  • Apply this knowledge in practice.



Direction and coordination

  • Dr. José Nart
  • Dr. Matteo Albertini 

Theoretical sessions

  • Diagnosis and treatment plan in patients with reduced bone availability.
  • Types of bone defects.
  • Principles of bone regeneration.
  • Types of grafts and biomaterials in implantology.
  • Bone healing and alveolar socket healing.
  • Alveolar socket and bone rim preservation techniques.
  • Immediate post-extraction implants.
  • Horizontal/vertical bone regeneration techniques with membranes and grafts.
  • Technique of elevating the floor of the maxillary sinus using a crestal approach.
  • Technique of elevating the floor of the maxillary sinus using a lateral approach.
  • Advanced surgical techniques in the anterior sector.


Practical sessions using cryopreserved human cadaveric specimens.

  • Placement of post-extraction implants associated with preservation of the bone crest with membranes and biomaterials.
  • Horizontal/vertical bone regeneration techniques with membranes and osteo-tacs.
  • Technique of elevating the floor of the maxillary sinus using a lateral approach.
  • Technique of raising the floor of the maxillary sinus with lateral approach.

Study programme and subjects 2021-2022

Subjects in course 1 Type Term ECTS
Advanced Implantology Surgery and Bone Regeneration. Theoretical and Practical Course Using Human Models Type: OB Term: Second semester ECTS: 2
  • ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
  • Term: calendar period
  • (a): subjects which are taught in English


  • Dr Jose Nart, Dr Matteo Albertini, Dr Marta Muñoz, Dr Andrea Pascual, Dr Jaume Maestre, Dr Vicente Platón, Dr Mireia Martí.

Prerequisites & admissions

  • Dental practitioners or maxillofacial surgeons. The priority of access will be according to the order of registration.