Introductory Implantology & Dento-Aveolar Bone Grafting

Overview

This course is designed to bridge the gap between theory and clinical reality. Conventional didactic implant courses  emphasize on the essentials of Oral implantology, however, such theoretical approach presents inadequacy of practical experience with direct supervision of Oral Implantologists. Through this course, participants will receive competent practical experience in implantology and the opportunity to observe 10-12 comprehensive operations. First two days of the course are focused on lectures and hands-on sessions, followed by 3 days of intensive surgical applications under the guidance of 3 highly experienced Oral Surgeons.


5 Day Surgical Module

  • Basic Implantation
  • Bone grafting & membrane placement
  • Treatment planning using CBCT
  • Basic Socket Preservation
  • Immediate Implant Placement
  • Bone Training


1 Day Restorative Model

  • Implant Exposure, Impression & Crown Insert
  • Closed tray vs Open Tray Impression Technique
  • Abutment, Material & Design selection
  • Screw Retained vs Cement Retained Prostheses
  • Occlusion
  • Management of bone loss around implants


What will you get out of attending this course?

  • Operate on Live Patients both surgical & restorative procedures!
  • Each participant will place between 10 to 15 implants
  • Each participant will assist/observe between 10 to 15 implant surgeries
  • 20+ hours on intensive lecture contents
  • 1-on-1 mentorship and treatment planning guidance under Oral Implantologists during procedures
  • One Year Post Module Clinical Support from Instructors in a private group - worth $24,000
  • Pathway to Fellowship of International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)

Providers Terms

All courses require full payments upon sending this completed application. Dental Training Academy (DTA) reserves the right to cancel, postpone or modify the announced course content, limit enrolment, or change the location, time, date, or speakers due to unforeseen circumstances.

  • A full refund of course fee will be issued if DTA cancel or postpone any course
  • No refunds will be issued if you cancel the course registration; however, you are welcome to attend the next available course
Tickets:
5 Day Surgical Module Fee$17,669Add to Cart
5 Day Surgical + 1 Day Restorative Course Fee$19,708Add to Cart
Contact Hours:

50.0 hrs

When:

Thu, 06 June 2019

Start Time:

8:30 AM

Duration:

5 Days

Format:

Lectures, Hands-on & Live Surgery

Language:

English

Venue:

TBC

Address:
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TBC, Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 000

Course Provider:
Event Contact:
Speaker(s):
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Dr David Attia

BDSc (Griffith), GradDip (Dent) Griffith, MSc (Oral Implantology) Goethe, Fellow (ICOI), GradDip (Ortho) CoL

Dr. David Attia has been in private practice since completing his Dental Degree at Griffith University, Queensland. He has completed a Master’s Degree in Oral Implantology through Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany as well and a Post Graduate Diploma in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics through the City of London Dental School. He is also a clinical instructor for dentists completing the PG Diploma in Orthodontics through EODO, Australia. In addition to this, David has completed countless continuing education programs, honing in on the areas of advanced dental implantology and the latest concepts and techniques in bone and soft tissue augmentation procedures. This unique combination of education and training allows Dr. Attia to implement cutting-edge treatment, offering patients comprehensive, predictable and long-term treatment solutions.

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Dr Firdaus Hanapiah

BDS (Otago), MSc (London), FDSRCS (England), Fellow (ICOI)

Dr Firdaus Hanapiah graduated from University of Otago, New Zealand in 1990. He then returned to Malaysia to take up position as a clinical tutor at the Dept of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya. In 1993 he then joined the Eastman Dental Hospital, University College London where he was a part time honorary senior house officer. In 1996 he completed an MSc in Oral Surgery from the Eastman and also was awarded the Fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeon, England. He then once again returned to Malaysia to take a position as a lecturer at the Dept of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya. He's awarded the Fellowship of the International Congress of Implantologist and a member of The International Team for Implantology (ITI)

1

Dr Dean Licenblat

BDent (USyd), MSc (Oral Implantology) Goethe, Diplomate (ICOI), Clinical Instructor (Goethe University)

Dr. Dean Licenblat is currently the principal clinician at Sydney Dental Aesthetics & Implants located in Martin Place Sydney. With a master’s degree in oral implantology and bone grafting from Goethe University in Frankfurt, he is constantly seeking to stay current on the latest concepts and techniques. He has a teaching appointment from Goethe and is responsible for tutoring that university’s graduate students in Australia and New Zealand. Dean is the principal investigator for a prospective randomised clinical trial, which is a first, in studying the hard and soft tissue response to both titanium and zirconia implants in a split-mouth design. Dr. Dean Licenblat is one of the few dental surgeons to be awarded ‘Leading Implant Centres of the World’ in Australia. 


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