Master Implant Program Melbourne

Overview

Module 1 and Module 2 : Restorative Implant Program (Module 1: March 20th and 21th - Module 2: May 8th and 9th)

A two module treatment planning, restoratively driven implant planning and Digital Smile Design education. Providing specialist driven training with mentorship during the program.


Topics covered in the first Two Modules include:

  • Medical history: Medical history red flags, what to look out for when taking a thorough medical history.
  • Consent: Dental implant consent protocols and cases that have gone before the board previously and learning from these examples.
  • Anatomy: Back to basics in dental anatomy.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning with digital and analogue restorative planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how), and implant software planning.
  • Implant Components: Instruments, implant design and implant selection.
  • Restorative-Considerations: Abutment selection, material selection, and restorative design.
  • Hands-on impression taking, scanning, DSD training and Implant Studio training.


Prosthodontic components are given by Dr Praveen Nathaniel, periodontal aspects by Dr Gary Yip, Dr Matthew Youssef provides adjoining general practitioner material.


Module 3 and Module 4 : Surgical Implant Program - Hands on Training (Module 3: June 12th and 13th - Module 4: July 24th and 25th)

Two module surgical implant placement program includes:

  • Surgical Anatomy: Protocols to measure and assess important anatomical sites.
  • Basic hard and soft tissue grafting principles.
  • Soft tissue considerations: Flap designs, suturing techniques and managing soft tissue complications.
  • Restoratively driven implant placement – key guidelines to follow when placing implants in the anterior or posterior segment.
  • Facially driven implant planning and placement. Facial smile design protocols and implant placement in the anterior region.
  • Inter-disciplinary approaches to achieving gold standard results.
  • Implant Selection is key, each implant should be selected
  • Immediate versus delayed protocols: Guidelines for immediate placement in the aesthetic zone.
  • Surgical placement of multiple implants in pig jaws; including basic soft tissue management.


Module 5 : Live Implant Placement (Module 5: September 11th and 12th)

In this 2 day module you will be expected to place a single tooth implant on your patient under the supervision of a Specialist. This module will also include didactic material and education on short dental implants, case discussions and case presentations. Therefore, students in this module will be allowed to complete a live surgical procedure, with a patient of their own, under supervision and guidance.


This module also includes:

  • Restorative and Surgical overview and further discussion.
  • Discussion of Live Surgical cases.
  • Case Discussions.
  • LIVE PATIENT SURGERY - Patient’s are provided for LIVE SURGERY upon student request. 


Providers Terms

ARIA reserves the right to cancel, postpone or modify the announced course content, limit enrollment, or change the location, time, date, or speakers due to unforeseen circumstances. Visit the provider website via the ticket selection link for full terms and conditions.


Tickets:
Course Fee$11,248Closed

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Contact Hours:

80.0 hrs

When:

Fri, 20 March 2020

Start Time:

9:00 AM

Duration:

Five 2 Day Modules

Format:

Lecture and Hands on

Language:

English

Venue:

Australasian Restorative and Implant Academy

Address:
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11-12 Gilby Road, Mount Waverley,
Melbourne, Victoria,
Australia, 3149

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Speaker(s):
Dr matthew youssef

Dr Matthew Youssef

Dr Matt graduated with a Masters of Clinical Dentistry from La Trobe University in addition to a Bachelor of Health Science. Matthew excelled amongst his peers, completing top of the class in Clinical Dentistry.

Dr Matt’s dental passion includes: Implants, Orthodontics, Invisalign, Wisdom Teeth, Wrinkle reduction injections and Fillers.

He has learnt from World Leaders in Oral Implantology, is currently completed his Post-Graduate Diploma in Implantology and is also a gIDE Master Clinician in Implantology.

Through his career he has been involved in numerous volunteer experiences and is now the Founder of the Australian Christian Dental Aid, providing much needed dentistry to underprivileged populations.

Dr Matt has a passion to provide evidence-based dentistry and education to his patients in an empathetic and relaxed environment.

Away from work Dr Matt loves spending time with his lovely wife Caroline and going along to see his beloved Westcoast Eagles.



Dr praveen nathaniel

Dr Praveen Nathaniel

Dr Nathaniel graduated in 1986 at the University of Melbourne and finished his Masters there in 1992. He worked as a Senior registrar at the RDH and as a lecturer at University of Melbourne before starting in private practice where he has been for the last 13 years.

Dr Nathaniel has had a long history of teaching the undergraduates, dental nurses, hygienists and overseas dentists as well as running and presenting continuing education courses for dentists. He has lectured extensively locally, interstate and internationally.

He is a product evaluator for 7 dental companies, is a key opinion leader and is on a number of advisory boards. He maintains a busy Prosthodontic practices in Glen Waverley and Moonee Ponds, Victoria.

Dr. gary yip

Dr Gary Yip

Dr Gary Yip is a Periodontist in private practice in Melbourne and is also a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He is involved in the clinical teaching for the postgraduate program in Periodontology in the Melbourne Dental School. Gary has lectured in the fields of periodontics and implantology both in Australia and overseas.



Dr fiona chan

Dr Fiona Chan

Dr Fiona Chan is a compassionate, vibrant dentist who attained a Bachelor of Dental Science with Honours from the University of Queensland. Her holistic approach to integrated patient treatment places special emphasis on minimal intervention dentistry and preventative oral health regimes. Her friendly and gentle temperament helps to make every dental appointment as stress-free as possible.

Fiona’s participation in the Oral Inflammation and Atherosclerosis Research Program at the Prince Charles Hospital, has led to her thesis aimed at establishing the role of periodontal disease as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. As the recipient of a Colgate Travel Grant, she presented her research at the 2010 IADR ANZ meeting: pre-doctoral division.

Fiona is a member of the Australian Dental Association and the International Association for Dental Research. In addition, Fiona has completed the University of Queensland ‘Laser Applications in Dentistry’ course and many other continuing education courses.



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