Full Arch Immediate Loading - Surgical & Restorative Course with Live Surgery

  • Date: May 3, 2019
Full Arch Immediate Loading - Surgical & Restorative Course with Live Surgery

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Dates: Fri 1st & Sat 2nd November 2019

Venue: Hotel Leonardo Haymarket & Meadowbank Dental Practice, Edinburgh

Presented by: Dr Girish Bharadwaj

Enhanced CPD: 14 hours

Cost: Dentist £995 incl vat, accompanying nurse £195 incl vat. The course fee includes tuition for two days, lunch and refreshments for two days, and delegates’ dinner on the Friday night

Course leaflet: Click here

To book: Call Denise on 01274 88 55 40, or email denise.law@trycare.co.uk

 

Course Schedule

Day 1 - Lecture-based - Hotel Leonardo Haymarket

  • Introduction, assessment, treatment planning, surgical anatomy.
  • Treatment planning continued - Restorative and business aspects.
  • Surgical technique and treatment protocols. Use of intraoral and CBCT scanners and a digital workflow - pros and cons.
  • Occlusal concepts and planning a full arch restoration.

Day 2 - Live surgery: full arch reconstruction with immediate fixed prosthesis - Meadowbank Dental Practice

  • Full arch surgical phase.
  • Dentist - Construction of provisional prosthesis and fit (observation).
  • Nurse - Being an active member of the team to drive success.
  • Maintenance protocols, managing complications, how to stay safe and work within skill levels and options for mentoring.

Course Outline

If you are already placing dental implants to restore single and multiple units and wonder how to go to the next level of full arch replacement then this course is for you. Managing full arch replacement is a challenge be it overdenture or a screw retained hybrid. This requires good planning, managing patient expectations and good maintenance protocols. Selection of cases to manage within your skill set is critical.

Information about other options of managing full arch treatment with delayed protocols will be discussed with their pros and cons. Learn to plan, place and restore immediately a full arch replacement.

Objectives:

  • Learn about the surgical anatomy and evidence base for surgical and prosthetic planning
  • Digital workflow using intraoral and CBCT scanners
  • Managing patient consent
  • Surgical steps, criteria for immediate loading, wound management and closure
  • Steps in construction of an immediate loaded fixed prosthesis
  • Complications and how to stay safe
  • When is immediate loading not feasible
  • Financial aspects of providing a niche service and team approach in delivering this life changing experience
  • Considerations in delivering the final hybrid prosthesis
  • Orientation programme for nurses
  • Technician will provide insight to designing and finishing the provisional prosthesis

Outcomes:

At the end of the course candidates are expected to have sufficient knowledge to plan and place implants and deliver an immediate fixed prosthesis depending on their level of experience and team support, with or without mentoring.