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Implant Dentistry 101 

90 CE CORE 2

Price

C$19,999 + Taxes

With options to pay in installements. Contact our concierge for more details.

Duration

5 Sections of Fridays to Sunday

Dates

Capacity

10 Students per session

Location

Greater Toronto Area

About the Course

The journey into dental implant placement and restoration is a fulfilling endeavour, however, it is paramount to have your first foundational experience exemplary to continue your growth. Learn from experts and specialists and become immersed in hands-on experiences including on tabletop, on animal jaws, on high-fidelity 3D models and in the cadaver lab. Finish your mini-residency, by placing two implants on your own patients. This not only provides real work experience to build your confidence but also helps you financially recuperate some lost income from attending this immersive educational experience.

 

All under the supervision of a periodontist, prosthodontist, oral maxillofacial surgeon and oral radiologist, you will receive cutting edge and clinician-centered tips not only to maximize sugerical success but on how to identify and avoid common complications in this realm. With our hands-on educational approach, we aim to have you confidently and easily transfer your newly acquired skills into private practice.

This course is designed for dentists interested in securing the hours required to provide implant placement services in practice. The lecture hours include greater than 35 hours of surgical didactic and 35 hours of prosthodontic didactic. 

Learn from Experienced Professionals

  • 35 hours of surgical didactic and 35 hours of prosthodontic didactic. 

  • 3 days of comprehensive didactic and active hands-on components.

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Course Requirements

Course Certificates

List of pre requisites
  • Being a dentist dedicated to gaining the knowledge and skills to better serve their patients.

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  • Certificate will be presented issuing 90 CE Core 2 with the RCDSO.

Course Directors

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Dr. Pierre-Luc Michaud

D.M.D., M.SC., FRCDC

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Dr. Nader Hamdan

BDS, MSC, MDent (Perio), FRCD(C), Diplomate ABP, FICD

Lecturers & Instructors

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Dr. Jordan Prince

BSc DDS FRCD(C)

Dentist Anesthesiologist

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Pierre-Luc Michaud

D.M.D., M.SC., FRCDC

Maxillofacial Prosthodontist & Oral Oncologist

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Dr. Haissam Kannan

BSc DDS FRCD(C)

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

A head shot of a dentist in front of a dark wall - Photo of Dr. Nader Hamdan, course director for the Implant 101 Course.

Dr. Nader Hamdan

BDS, MSC, MDent (Perio), FRCD(C), Diplomate ABP, FICD

Periodontist

Course Breakdown

Surgical Component

  • Principles of Implantology and Osseointegration

  • Contraindications to Implants (Absolute and relative)

  • Anatomical landmarks, medical evaluation of the patient

  • Radiographic techniques

  • CBCT use in Implantology
    – Navigation
    – Implant site assessment
    – Guided surgery planning using CBCT

  • Introduction to surgical treatment planning

  • Selecting an Implant system

  • Surgical principles, surgical techniques

  • Local Anesthesia and pain control

  • Soft tissue preparation
    – Osteotomy procedure according to the implant system
    – Flap management
    – Closure

        – One stage vs two stage technique

  • Recovery (2 months, 4 months, or 6 months)

 The sections are held from 9am - 4pm.

**Note: Orders of topic and locations are subject to change**

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Course Sessions

Session 1: August 9th -11th

Session 2: September 13th - 15th

Session 3: October 11th - 13th

Session 4: November 29th - December 1st

Session 5: December 13th - 15th

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