ITI Education Week Lancashire: Dealing With Implant Complications - Dentistry

ITI Education Week Lancashire: Dealing With Implant Complications
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Overview

In association with the University of Central Lancashire, School of Dentistry and supported by VSSAcademy

This ITI Education Week, taking place at UCLan (University of Central Lancashire) in Preston, near Manchester, has been designed for clinicians with experience in the field of implant dentistry.


The program focuses on dealing with complications which can arise in implant dentistry, and soft tissue surgery. With a comprehensive and practical curriculum, it will educate in all aspects related to the topic, including

  • Types of complications and how to avoid them
  • Sinus lift procedures and techniques
  • Implant removal techniques
  • Abutment screw removal technique
  • Live sinus lift surgery demonstration


This three-day course includes lectures and discussion, hands-on surgical skills practice on complication topics on models, pigs jaws, fresh human cadavers and live surgeries.


Learning Objectives


Aims:

  • To discuss and demonstrate current techniques available for implant fixture and screw removal.
  • To discuss and demonstrate sinus lift techniques and avoiding complications.
  • To discuss and demonstrate management and augmentation techniques for dealing with soft tissue complications in implant sites. This will include before implant placement, at exposure and with implants already in situ.
  • To discuss prevention of complications


Objectives:

1. By the end of the course the delegates should have the knowledge and understanding of techniques for

  • Implant fixture removal
  • Implant screw removal
  • Safe and predictable sinus lift techniques
  • Soft tissue complication management

2. The delegates to have hands on experience of the techniques for

  • Implant fixture removal
  • Screw removal
  • Sinus lift procedures
  • Soft tissue augmentation

3. Delegates to have a risk assessment system for avoiding complications


Course Details


Day 1 - Thursday 20th October 2022 9am - 5pm

Morning: Lectures and Discussion

  • Types of complications and how to avoid them
  • Sinus lift procedures and techniques
  • Implant removal techniques
  • Abutment screw removal techniques


Afternoon: Hands-on workshops

  • Complications procedures using pigs heads/models and placed implants, e.g. implant removal
  • Sinus lift demo*

        * The live surgery demonstrations will be dependent on patients' consent and attendance. There is always the         possibility that they might change their minds at the last minute and despite our contingency plans, there is a risk of no          surgery. Therefore although we are planning this element, please be aware it may not be possible to observe it on          the course


Implants will be placed in real bone and synthetic models with appropriate numbers for each delegate to try the various techniques.


Day 2 - Friday 21st October 2022. 9am - 5pm

Morning: Lectures and Discussion

Soft tissue augmentation techniques for dealing with complications e.g. where there is a lack of volume or keratinised mucosa:

  • Pre-implant placement
  • At implant exposure
  • Implant in situ


Afternoon: Hands-on Skills Practice

  • Pigs heads soft tissue grafting exercises

Grafting techniques for dealing with soft tissue complications in implant sites will be practiced using pigs jaws. This will include the use of xenografts.


Day 3 - Saturday 22nd October 2022 9am - 5pm

All day: Hands-on skills practice

  • Soft tissue grafting exercises, sinus lifts, bone grafting, implant removal using fresh human cadavers



Providers Terms

General Provisions

By completing the electronic (online) registration or registering by other means for an event (“Event”) organized and/or promoted by the ITI Foundation (“ITI”; a foundation under Swiss law), a contract (“Contract”) between the participant and the ITI/Event Organizer is concluded. Such contract is subject to the present General Terms and Conditions (“GTC”). By completing the electronic (online) registration or registering by other means, the participant confirms knowledge and acceptance of the GTC.


Liability Disclaimer

Alteration of Program

The event program is correct at the time of publication by the ITI. The ITI reserves the right to alter or delete items on the program, its schedule and other aspects of its organization at its sole discretion and without advance notice. Further, the ITI reserves the right to postpone or cancel an Event. The ITI, the management or organizers and third parties that may be involved in running the Event shall not be liable, whether in contract or in tort, for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damage, loss of profit or any inconvenience a participant may incur as a result of such alterations, deletions, postponement or cancellation.

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Force Majeure

The ITI, the management or organizers and third parties that may be involved in running the Event shall not be in default (delay) and shall not be liable, whether in contract or in tort, for non-fulfillment of the Contract, in the case of such default, where non-fulfillment is the result of an event which is beyond their or their suppliers’ or subcontractors’ control (in each case a “Force Majeure Event”), including but not limited to: acts of God, total or partial destruction of production plants, conditions of war, insurrection or civil disturbances, revolution, acts of government, acts of terror, fire, epidemics and pandemics, quarantine restrictions, unusual severe weather conditions, embargoes or trade restrictions or any other event which is considered as Force Majeure according to international practice.

Data Collection

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News/Media

The ITI plans to carry out filming and photography at the event for use in its educational, news or promotional material in print, electronic or other media, including the ITI website. All such material is the property of the ITI. By participating in the event, you grant the ITI the right to use these images/videos for such purposes. Only officially contracted ITI event vendors and journalists with ITI-approved press credentials will be permitted to take photographs and film material. Anyone making a recording (using personal video/audio equipment, cell phones, digital/film cameras, tape recorders or similar) without prior permission from the ITI or without proper credentials will be asked to stop using these devices immediately - the ITI does not take any liability.


Insurance

Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. It is recommended that participants take out an insurance policy when registering for the Event and booking travel and accommodation. The policy should include:

  • loss of registration fees resulting from cancellation of event participation or cancellation of the event itself,
  • loss of international/domestic airfares and hotel booking costs through cancellation for any reason,
  • failure to utilize tours or pre-booked arrangements due to airline delays, strikes, force majeure or any other reason,
  • medical expenses (including sickness and accident cover),
  • loss or damage to personal property,
  • additional expenses and repatriation should travel arrangements have to be altered.


The ITI does not take any liability for participants failing to arrange their own insurance in their country of residence.


Cancellation of Participation

Cancellations must be sent in writing to the event registration office (contacts to be found on the event website).

Refunds will be issued as follows:

On-site event

Cancellations received by

  • ≥ 30 days prior to the first event day: 100% refund
  • < 30 days prior to the first event day: No refund will be issued

Online event

Cancellations received by

  • ≥ 30 days prior to the first event day: 100% refund
  • < 30 days prior to the first event day: No refund will be issued


Registrations can be transferred to a different person until 7 days prior to the first event day. To do so, please contact the event registration office. An administration fee of 15% of the registration fee will apply.


If an ITI Event is offered onsite and online, participation can be changed from onsite to online participation. The cancelation policy as outlined above will apply.


Miscellaneous

In the case of inconsistencies between different language versions of these GTC, the German version shall prevail.


Should one or more of the above provisions be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The parties shall replace the invalid provision by a valid provision that comes as close as possible to the intended economic purpose of the invalid provision. The same shall also apply to any contractual gaps.


Governing Law and Jurisdiction

The relationship between the participant and the ITI shall be governed exclusively by the substantive laws of Switzerland to the exclusion of conflict of law provisions. The applicability of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of April 11, 1980 (Vienna Sales Convention) is expressly excluded.


The courts at the seat of the ITI Foundation in Basel-Stadt shall have exclusive jurisdiction in the case of any dispute between the participant and the ITI.


Should one or more of the above provisions be or become invalid, this does not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The parties will replace the invalid provision with a valid provision that comes as close as possible to the intended economic purpose of the invalid provision. The same also applies to any contractual gaps.

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USD $4,522

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Key Details

Contact Hours:

21.0 hrs

Start Time:

Fri, 20 October 2023 , 9:00 AM

Finish Time:

Sun, 22 October 2023 , 5:00 PM

Duration:

3 Days

Format:

Lecture and Hands-on

Language:

English

Venue:

University of Central Lancashire

Address:
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Fylde Rd, Preston,
Lancashire, England,
United Kingdom, PR12HE

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Our Speakers

Course Director

  • Dr Fadi Barrak
  • BDS (Brist) 1993; FDS RCS (Eng) 1997; MB BS (Lond) 2000; DimImpDent RCSEd; FHEA; MSc.
  • Currently completing a PhD at Imperial College, London, entitled “Improving the dental implant tissue interface


Course Presenters

  • Dr Colin Burns
  • Dr Pedja Pavlovic
  • Dr Flavio Pisani

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