There is a great demand for specialised training in the field of advanced implantology. The opportunity to undertake complex surgical techniques in animals and human cadavers with an eminently practical approach will fill a gap in the existing wide range of courses available.
- A systematic revision of all the complex surgical techniques involved in advanced implantology.
- To provide dentists and maxillofacial surgeons with suitable diagnostic and treatment tools to resolve complex cases of pre-prosthetic reconstructive surgery
Competences students should acquire
- Learn how to diagnose complex cases.
- Master the elements of radiological diagnosis.
- Learn to choose suitable techniques for each clinical situation.
- Knowledge and management of basic instruments for advanced surgical techniques applied to oral surgery and implantology.
- Knowledge and practice of the different techniques for taking autologous bone grafts and clinical applications.
- Mandibular body, angle and ramus. Different approaches and variations to the original technique.
- Mandibular symphysis. Different approaches and variations to the original technique.
- Anterior nasal spine.
- Palatal arch.
- Anterior and lateral wall of the sinus.
- Knowledge and practice of the technique for vertical augmentation in the posterior mandible using the “inlay” or “sandwich” technique. Description of the original technique and variations.
- Knowledge and practice of the different techniques involved in guided bone regeneration. Horizontal and vertical.
- Knowledge and practice of the technique of lateralisation and the transposition of the NDI (narrow-dimension implants) technique.
- Knowledge and practice of the ridge-split technique for a horizontal augmentation of the alveolar ridge.
- Knowledge and practice of the technique for nasal floor elevation.
- Knowledge and practice of lateral approach for maxillary sinus membrane elevation and graft.
- Knowledge and practice of techniques for fitting implants on buttresses.
- Pterygoid implants.
- Implants on the palatine apophysis of the maxillary bone.
- Knowledge and practice of techniques for fitting tilted implants to avoid anatomical structures.
- Tangential of the anterior sinus wall. “Tilted implants”.
- Tangential mental foramen. Maxillary. “Tilted implants”.
- The “All on Four” concept.
- Knowledge and practice of the dissection of the Bichat fat pad.
- Knowledge and practice of the management of soft tissue in implantology.
- Management of the flap to obtain primary passive closure.
- Grafts free of connective tissue. Zones for donors, receptors and techniques.
- Grafts free of epithelial free tissue. Zones for donors, receptors and techniques.
- Rotated palatal subepithelial flap.
- Roll-on original and modified technique.
- Tunnelling technique
Odontologists, oral surgeons and national and international oral and maxillofacial surgeons.