Sheffield 2 Day Foundation module Surgical and Restorative Care



Ringwood Hall Hotel , Chesterfield
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Course duration

Start date: 1 Nov 2019

End date: 2 Nov 2019

course overview

This course is designed for dental practitioners with little previous knowledge of implant dentistry who wish to familiarise themselves with the surgical and restorative aspects of the NobelActive and NobelReplace Systems. The course takes place over 2 full days and comprises lectures interspersed with extensive hands-on surgical and Prosthodontic training.

• Intensive, residential, introduction to implant care.
• Treatment planning and case selection.
• Practical training model training with NobelReplace and NobelActive Implants.
• Radiology, stents, patient selection for success.
• Getting started in practice, mentoring, marketing and post course support.
• Soft tissue aesthetics, grafting, sinus surgery.
• Solutions for challenging cases, same day teeth, zygomatic fixtures.
• Introduction to ‘Guided surgery techniques’.

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course details

  • Course level: Fundamental courses
  • Language: English
  • Course duration (days): 2
  • CE credits: 16
  • Course fee:
  • Max. participants: 20


In January 1991 Phillip was appointed to the post of Consultant in Restorative Dentistry / Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (with a special interest in prosthodontics) at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital / University of Sheffield. He was a member of the General Dental Council steering group which produced the document, ‘Training Standards in Implant Dentistry for General Dental Practitioners.’ He teaches on the Diploma / MMedSci in Dental Implantology programme and 1-2-1 clinical implant training programme run by the University of Sheffield. His clinical expertise is in the field of implant prosthodontics.

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Robert Bolt is a Clinical Lecturer and Specialist in Oral Surgery. He is course director for both the Sheffield 1-to-1 Implant Course and University of Sheffield Implant Masters. Robert joined the University in 2010, and since his clinical appointment has completed both a Masters in anaesthesia, and construction of 3D in-vitro models applicable to implant research.Clinical Research and a PhD in HPV-related oropharyngeal carcinoma. His current research interests include ongoing work on micro environmental aspects of HPV-related oropharyngeal carcinoma, research into the medical management of pre-operatively anxious children ahead of general anesthetic.

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Dr. Simon Atkins is Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant in Oral Surgery. Dr. Atkins graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1999; he was successful in being awarded a Clinical Research Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust, and gained his PhD in the field of peripheral nerve repair in 2008 and completed his higher surgical training (ACCOMS) in 2012. Dr. Atkins provides the major clinical input to maintain Sheffield as a leading internationally renowned specialist centre for nerve repair and exploration, and is an expert in the surgical management of trigeminal nerve injuries. Other interests include: facial deformity, implantology, tissue augmentation, and paediatric surgery. He has particular expertise in autogenous bone augmentation and alveolar distraction. Dr. Atkins is Regional Speciality Advisor for Oral Surgery, and Deputy Chair of the MOralSurg Examination, as well as reviewer for several scientific journals and external examiner at EDI. His research interests include implantology, perioperative pain and anxiety management, and the augmentation of microvascular nerve repairs using recombinant cytokine stimulation and 3D-printed nerve conduits.

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Course duration

Start date: 1 Nov 2019

End date: 2 Nov 2019

contact details

If you have any questions regarding this course, please contact us using the following details:

Geraldine Temprell

Tel : 0114 2159313

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