Título de Experto en Periodoncia e Implantes

Type of programme
Specialization courses
Duration
between 20-11-2020 and 19-06-2021
Credits
14 ECTS
Price
€278.57 / ECTS x 14 = €3,900.00. *Prices corresponding to the 2020-2021 academic year.
Places
Limited
Schedule
Friday, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Language
Spanish (secondary language: English)
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Modern dentistry tends towards preventing rather than treating the diseases that can arise in the oral cavity. One of the biggest challenges in the field of prevention is the diagnosis, treatment and maintenance of the tissue that surrounds teeth and dental implants. 

It is therefore important for dental practitioners to be well trained in diagnosing and treating periodontal and peri-implant diseases, in order to ensure that patients periodontal and peri-implant tissue is healthy throughout their lives.

Course objectives

The aim of this course is to provide a refresher for dental practitioners in the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal and peri-implant diseases. The course also provides the knowledge required to treat patients using osseointegrated implants.  It includes details of the latest technical and scientific advances in periodontics and implantology, which are making a real difference on the way treatments are administered in practice.

Competences the students will acquire

  1. Learning how to make an accurate diagnosis of periodontal and peri-implant diseases.
  2. Learning how to perform surgical techniques to preserve periodontal and peri-implant tissue.
  3. Having an understanding of all of the concepts related to the prevention, causes, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of periodontal and peri-implant diseases.
  4. Improving periodontal and peri-implant skills in clinical practice.

Course coordinators

  • Dr. José Nart
  • Dr. Jordi Gargallo
  • Dr. Pablo Altuna
  • Dra. Mariana Baglivo

Prospective students

The course is aimed at general dentists, stomatologists, and oral and maxillofacial surgeons who want to learn the latest surgical techniques and broaden their knowledge on treating periodontal and peri-implant conditions.

 

Module 1: Etiology and diagnosis of periodontal disease 

Basic treatment of periodontitis: initial or causal phase.

Practical part

  1. Discussion of clinical cases provided by both the course organisers and students. The student will also produce a periodontal chart for subsequent diagnosis.
  2. Scaling practice with phantom heads to learn about the different instruments required in causal therapy.  

Module 2: Surgical treatment of periodontal disease (access, resective and regenerative methods) and periodontal maintenance. 

Surgical treatment (access and resective methods) and periodontal maintenance.

  1. Practicum: Incisions and sutures, osteotomy and osteoplasty in pig jaws. 

Regenerative treatment of periodontal disease. 

Module 3: Periodontal plastic surgery. 

Practical part

  1. Free flap grafts, bilaminar techniques, and pedicle grafts for coronally advanced flaps in pig jaws.  

Module 4: Alveolar ridge preservation and guided bone regeneration.  Introduction to implantology. Implantology for periodontal patients. Implantology for periodontal patients. 

Practical part

  1. Practical session for the module on preservation and implants: Regenerative surgery with different regenerative materials and fitting implants in pig jaws.

Module 5: Peri-implant plastic surgery 

Practical part

  1. On phantom head jaws with implant replicas.
  2. On real patients. Fitting implants and managing the soft tissue around the implants. Course participants will assist students from the Master's in Periodontics and Surgery as they operate.

Module 6: Advanced implant surgery I. Short and narrow implants. Angled implants. Immediate placement and aesthetic case studies.  

Practical part

  1. Live surgery in which course participants will assist students from the Master's in Periodontics and Surgery as they operate. 

Module 7: Advanced implant surgery II. Sinus elevation, bone blocks, complex cases.

Practical part

  1. Live surgery in which course participants will assist students from the Master's in Periodontics and Surgery as they operate.

Module 8: Peri-implant diseases.  Diagnosis and treatment. Implant maintenance. 

Practical part

  1. Live surgery at the UDC in which course participants will assist students from the Master's in Periodontics and Surgery and/or discussion of case studies.

Module 9: Practical periodontics and implantology surgery on a human cadaver model. 

Practical part

Student perform mucogingival surgery and implant placement on human cadaver heads.

Study programme and subjects 2020-2021

Subjects in course 1 Type Term ECTS
Título de Experto en Periodoncia e Implantes Type: OB Term: Annual ECTS: 14
  • ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
  • Term: calendar period
  • (a): subjects which are taught in English

Teachers

Dr. Josep Nart, Dr. Andreu Pascual, Dra. Mariana Baglivo, Dra. Desiree Abellan, Dra. Lucia Barallat, Dra. Carolina Mor, Dra. Vanessa Ruiz, Dr. Jaume Mestre, Dr. Ernest Rojo, Dr. Vicente Platón, Dra. Rosario Puglisi, Dr. Javier Mora, Dr. Daniel Jiménez, Dra. Cristina Vallès, Dr. Herminio García, Dra. Blanca Paniagua, Dra. Marta Satorres, Dr. Pablo Altuna, Dr. Albert Barroso, Dr. Octavi Ortiz, Dr. Ramon Asensio, Dra. Meritxell Losada, Dra. Neus Carrió, Dr. Jorge Bertos, Dra. Nuria Bertos, Dr. Basel Elnayef, Dr. Marc Quevedo. Dr. Rodrigo González Terrats, Dra. Beatriz de Tapia

 

Prerequisites & admissions

  • To be a stomatologist, maxillofacial surgeon or dentist.