Hands-On Teòric-Pràctic de Pròtesi sobre Implants. Nivell Bàsic 1ª Edició
Today, prosthetics on implants are a common part of a dentist’s daily work. This means that all professionals must have minimal knowledge of prosthetics on implants, including knowing how to rehabilitate simple cases. Knowing prosthetics on implants is also important so that the professional can explain to the patient the different types of treatment that can be performed.
- To provide the knowledge necessary to carry out the diagnosis, treatment plan and bases to develop the different phases of prosthetics on implants.
- To know and manipulate the different attachments required, as well as to master model casting to make prosthetics on implants.
- To know the step by step to be carried out for the predictable preparation of the prosthesis on implants.
- The student must be able to recognize the different types of attachments to be used in prosthetics about implants.
- The student must be able to take an impression on implants.
- The student must be able to carry out all the phases of the treatment with prostheses on implants, from the selection of abutments to the final delivery of the restoration.
Dentists and stomatologists who wish to acquire basic knowledge regarding prosthetics on implants, and enter the field of prosthetics on implants, both in the terms of knowledge and practice.
Coordinator of the course
Dr. Oscar Figueras
Programme and subjects
The timing suggested is for informative purposes and part of the syllabus and/or timetable may change according to teaching needs.
Topic 1: Introduction to prosthetics on implants. Patient selection and diagnosis, treatment sequence.
- Introduction to prosthodontics. Mission and objectives.
- Terminology of prosthetics on implants.
- Characteristics of implants, different shapes and surfaces.
- Different phases in treatment development.
- Different types of prosthetics.
- Anamnesis patient examination.
- Use of study models.
- Knowing what are the absolute and relative indications and contraindications.
Topic 2: Selection of prosthetic pillars (theory)
- Factors that define the type of pillar to be used.
- Mechanical pillar, abutment mechanical pillar, abutment pillar and cad-cam; characteristics and indications.
- Screw-retained prosthetics versus cemented prosthetics.
- Workshop to recognise and use different prosthetic attachments.
Topic 3: Model casting on implants (theory)
- Differences between natural teeth and implants and the importance of this in model casting.
- Objectives of model casting on implants.
- Different attachments necessary for model casting.
- Open tray and closed tray technique. Characteristics and indications.
- Material required for model casting.
Topic 4: Model casting on implants (practice)
- Model casting PRACTICE.
- Open tray and closed tray technique practice.
- Model casting copy personalisation practice.
Topic 5: Unit and partial prosthetics
- The importance of provisional prosthetics.
- Types of provisional prosthetics, indications.
- Immediate aesthetic and load concepts.
- Knowing the distinguishing characteristics between anterior and posterior unit prosthetics.
- Different elements necessary to produce unit prosthetics on implants.
- Risk factors to achieve an aesthetic result on the anterior face.
- Knowing the importance of load distribution in the posterior sector, as well as crown-implant relationship.
- Materials used during preparation.
- Knowing the different preparation phases of anterior and posterior partial prosthetics.
- Knowing the type of occlusion of partial prosthetics.
Topic 6: Provisional prosthetics on implants
- Practice producing provisional prosthetics on implants on a model
Topic 7: Full fixed prosthetics
- Knowing the different types of prosthetics that can be performed according to the materials and the prosthetics needed. Concept of Hybrid Prosthetics and Full Arch.
- Identifying the different attachments and materials used to prepare full fixed prosthetics.
- Knowing the type of occlusion to give fixed prosthetics supported on implants.
Topic 8: Intra-oral scanner
- Introduction to the intra-oral scanner in dentistry and practice
Topic 9: Implant-retained overdentures
- Concept of what an overdenture is.
- Clinical indications and contraindications.
- Concept of the terms implant-supported overdenture and implant / mucosa-supported overdenture.
- Types of overdentures: on unit anchors and on bars
- Knowing which is the clinical sequence to follow during preparation.
Topic 10: Implant-retained overdentures
- Locators resin PRACTICE on overdenture model
Prerequisites & admissions
Prerequisites and admissions
To be graduated in dentistry or to be stomatologist.