DDI CORE Mini-Residency CORE 2: September

Macquarie Park, Australia : Sep 19, 2019
  • Course overview

    Course Overview

    This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed.  The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors.

    Learning Objectives

    • Treatment planning and DTX Studio Implant
    •  Anatomical considerations and biology
    •  Bone physiology and healing
    •  Proper implant placement in 4 dimensions
    •  Single tooth implant surgery (hands-on)
    •  Multiple tooth implant surgery
    •  Edentulous implant surgery
    •  Implant placement using multiple systems (hands-on)
    •  Implant pharmacology
    •  Stage 2 implant surgery and soft tissue considerations (hands-on)
    •  Basic suturing techniques and flap design (hands-on)
     
  • Speaker information

    • Dr. Birdi received his dental degree from the University of Saskatchewan and his post-graduate specialty training in both periodontics and prosthodontics from the University of Minnesota. He is a Fellow and Examiner for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and a Diplomate of both the American Bo ...
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