There is a high demand for specialised training in the field of advanced implantology. The opportunity to perform complex surgical techniques in animal model and human cadaver with an eminently practical guidance has a gap in the middle of the large existing training programmes.
- Systematic review of each complex surgical technique in advanced implantology.
- To provide dentists and maxillofacial surgeons with appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic tools to solve complex cases in reconstructive preprosthetic surgery.
Competences the student will acquire
- Learn to diagnose complex cases.
- Mastering the elements of radiological diagnosis.
- Learn to choose appropriate techniques for each clinical situation.
- Knowledge and use of basic instruments in advanced surgical techniques applied to surgery and oral implantology.
- Knowledge and practice of the various techniques in extracting autologous bone grafts and clinical applications.
- Body, angle and mandibular ramus. Different approaches and variations of the original technique.
- Mandibular symphysis. Different approaches and variations of the original technique.
- Anterior nasal spine.
- Anterior and lateral sinus wall.
- Knowledge and practice of the "inlay" or sandwich technique for vertical bone increase in the posterior jaw. Description of the original technique and variations.
- Knowledge and practice of different techniques of guided bone regeneration. Horizontal and vertical bone regeneration.
- Knowledge and practice the lateralisation and transposition of the NDI technique.
- Knowledge and practice of the alveolar ridge split technique for horizontal augmentation.
- Knowledge and practice of the nasal floor lifting technique.
- Knowledge and practice of lifting and grafting of the maxillary sinus through the lateral approach technique.
- Knowledge and practice of implant placement using buttresses.
- Pterygoid implants.
- Implants in the palatine process of the maxilla.
- Knowledge and practice of the technique of placing angled implants to avoid anatomic structures.
- "Tilted implants" tangential to the maxillary sinus anterior wall.
- "Tilted implants" tangential to the mental foramen.
- “All-on-4®” treatment concept
- Knowledge and practice of dissection of Bichat’s buccal fat pad.
- Knowledge and practice of soft tissue management in implantology.
- Management of the flap to obtain passivity at closing.
- Free connective tissue grafts. Donor, recipient and technical areas.
- Free epithelial tissue grafts. Donor, recipient and technical areas.
- Rotated palatal subepithelial flap.
- Roll flap original and modified technique.
- Tunnelling technique.
Dentists from Spain and abroad, oral surgeons and oral and maxillofacial surgeons