2018 Course Dates:
Dallas, TX: contact: 214-609-0667 BROCHURE
Feb. 2-5th : Mar. 9-12th : June 15th-18th : Aug. 24-27th : Oct. 26-29th :
Nov. 9-12th (Tyler TX.): Dec. 7-10th
Austin, TX: contact: 817-723-0707 BROCHURE
Mar. 16-18th : June 22-24th : Nov. 2-4th
Houston, TX: contact: 281-416-5824 BROCHURE
Feb. 23-26th : April 20-23rd : Sep. 14-11th
New Orleans, Louisiana: contact: 281-416-5824
June 29th-July 1st
Chicago, Illinois: contact: 847-795-8285
Real-World LIVE patient implant surgical training were YOU place the implants: AIC Level 1 Live Patient Surgical Implant course. This course, limited to 9 doctors, will span an intense 4 days of sound clinical implantology diadactics, hands on model and suturing work, culminating in a full day of live patient surgeries. Each doctor will be allowed to bring 1 participating patient with a potential backup patient. Each patient and case, along with CBCT scans, surgical models will be reviewed by the AIC Implantology Instructors. At the completion of this course each participant will gain 24 AGD PACE approved CE credit hours. Prerequisite for course: None, open to all qualified and properly licensed dentists. In most cases, patients can be provided or participants can submit their own patients.
To receive a Early Bird Registration tuition discount (registration required 30 days before start of course),
Contact Hiossen Implant Training Centers for more details (see contact #'s above)
Upon completion of this course, participants will acquire and be able to clinically perform:
- Understanding concepts of Guided bone regeneration to include today's grafting materials, biologics, decision tree process, and clinical implementation.
- Perform localized and extended edentulous site particulate grafting utilizing appropriate bone, membrane biologics, and additives.
- Perform ridge augmentation procedures utilizing fixation screws, and titanium reinforced membranes.
- In depth case review of Live surgical videos to further enhance the understanding of bone graft products and how to use them.
- In depth participant surgical case review and CBCT planning training chairside prior to each participants surgical procedure.
- Understanding of evidence based Implantology: concepts, surgical anatomy, and surgical placement procedures.
- In depth live review of implant placement surgical kits and the step by step process to ensure successful drilling sequences.
- In depth understanding of implant surgical taper kit, its usage and chairside surgical drilling protocols.
- In depth understanding of bone growth stability curve and proper implant size selection.
- Introduction to the management of deficient soft tissue and soft tissue augmentation utilizing resorbable membranes and autogenous graft materials.
- Understanding and implementation of a sterile field, infection control, and patient surgical treatment protocols.
- Step wise approach to implant placement from surgical pre-operative planning to surgical osteotomy and implant placement protocols.
- Step wise approach to understanding the prosthetic component of restoring implants and dealing with common complications.
- In depth understanding on how to fabricated a CBCT radiographic and surgical restrictive guide.
- In depth understanding on surgical implant planning utilizing 2-D radiography and Panoramic x-ray.
- In depth understanding on surgical implant planning utilizing 3-D CBCT surgical planning software.
- In depth review and understanding the importance of utilizing fiduciary markers.
- In depth understanding of clinical concepts of proper flap design, tissue management, implant fixture, and grafting specific suturing.
- Hands-On Pig Jaw implant drilling sequencing to include ramus bone harvesting.
- Hands-On Advanced implant suturing technique lab.
- In depth understanding of suture materials, and when to choose the appropriate material
- Understanding of pharmacological management pre and post operatively according to established implantology protocols.
- Understanding of implant prosthetics to include impression techniques, choosing and using proper porcelain materials.
- Understanding of the clinical indications to choose to fabricate cement retained restorations versus screw retained
- Understanding of common surgical and prosthetic implant complications and how to correct or avoid such complications.
- .. AND MUCH, MUCH, MORE!