Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

ITI Education Week Melbourne: Current Perspectives in Implant Dentistry

February 22 - February 26, 2016
Melbourne Dental School and Melbourne Dental Clinic, University of Melbourne, Australia

The five-day Melbourne ITI Education Week is aimed at dental practitioners with some or little implant experience. The course includes lectures, case discussions, live surgical and restorative procedures as well as hands-on sessions. It is designed to provide a sound basis for the treatment of patients with implants from both restorative and surgical aspects at the straightforward and advanced levels.

The program contains a number of live interactive surgical and prosthetic sessions with practical hands-on exercises. The most recent, evidence-based treatment concepts will be discussed as well as case assessment and use of radiographs. An insight into the biological basis for implant dentistry including timing of placement following extraction will be provided. Current concepts in loading and CAD-CAM technology will be discussed.


Faculty

Course directors
Prof Ivan Darby
BDS, PhD, FRACDS(Perio)
Head of Periodontics
Convener Postgraduate Periodontics
Director of Graduate Studies
Melbourne Dental School
University of Melbourne

A/Prof Roy Judge
BDS, MDSc, PhD
Head of Prosthodontics
Convener Postgraduate Prosthodontics
Director of Continuing Professional Development
Melbourne Dental School
University of Melbourne

The ITI education Week Melbourne is directed by Professor Ivan Darby, head of Periodontics, along with Associate Professor Roy Judge, head of Prosthodontics, Melbourne Dental School. It features highly regarded local ITI Fellows such as Dr. Stephen Chen, Dr. Anthony Dickinson, Dr. Robert De Poi, and Dr. Christopher Evans as well as Melbourne Dental School staff.

Learning Objectives
Understand both restorative and surgical implant assessment and treatment planning
Understand straightforward and advanced implant prosthodontics and surgery
Be exposed to complex implant prosthetics and surgery
Understand the current concepts in implant dentistry

Lectures
Biological principles of implant dentistry
Case assessment
Radiography for implant dentistry
SAC classification
Timing of implant placement
Augmentation materials
Implants in aesthetic zone
Approaches for implants in the posterior maxilla & mandible
Immediate loading
Bone versus tissue level
Loading protocols
Management of biological complications
Implant complications
Case discussions


Live procedures include
:

Single implant placement
Multiple implant placement for fixed bridge work
Lower implant retained full dentures
Simultaneous grafting
Impression techniques and provisionalisation for single and multiple implants


Hands-on sessions include
:

Placement of bone level implants
Impression techniques for dental implants
Provisionalisation of dental implants
Managing complications

Case discussions cover:

Assessment
Treatment Planning
Tips for improving outcomes

Course Fee:
Non-ITI Member: AUD 5,500*
ITI Fellow/ITI Member: AUD 4,950*

*including coffee breaks, lunches and course dinner

No. of participants
max. 25

CE credit
40 hours

Difficulty level
Straightforward and Advanced

Accommodation
Rydges on Swanston (2-minute walk to Dental School)
701 Swanston St Carlton VIC 3053
Ph: + 61 3 9347 7811
www.rydges.com (follow the link to the Carlton location)

Registration
Download Registration Form (Microsoft Word)

ITI International Team for Implantology
ITI Education International
Peter Merian-Strasse 88
CH-4052 Basel/Switzerland
education@iti.org

www.iti.org/educationweek
Phone +41 61 270 83 85
Fax +41 61 270 83 84

 



Website
http://www.iti.org/EW2016Melbourne



Print this page

Related