Seminar with practice on biomaterial

The first module of the Complete Implantology Course The Basic Implant Course. Extended program

Dentist-implant surgeon, dentist-orthodontist, specialist in aesthetic and functional prosthetics on dental implants.
He is a regular participant in various international congresses and symposiums, both as a lecturer and as a listener.
Author of numerous publications on surgical techniques in implantology.
He has been in private dental practice for more than 15 years.

We present you a complete course in implantology, which consists of three two-day modules-seminars with a practical part on the biomaterial.

The course is led by Dmitry Borisovich Shumovsky, a practicing surgeon, Director of GDIA (Global Academy of Dental Implantology, USA).

Dr. Shumovsky was trained by the world’s leading surgeons and now willingly shares his knowledge and nuances of planning and conducting successful surgeries.

Advanced Implantology Course

This module is an extended basic course and is designed for physicians planning to enter the field of implantology as well as for physicians at the beginning of their career.

Doctors will be given a clear algorithm on how to work with the patient from the moment he comes to the clinic to the beginning of orthopedic treatment. We will look at the anatomical structures in the implant area, hard and soft tissue biotypes, learn how to analyze CT scans from an implantation viewpoint, and plan surgical treatment with the future orthopedic structure in mind.

And, of course, surgery, everything from incision to suturing, with elements of soft tissue work. We will consider in detail the fight against complications. There will be a great deal of photo and video material. Come – it will be interesting!

Lecture part

Overview of implant development, evolution of shape and materials for manufacturing
Types of implant surface treatments
Types of implant-abutment connection, advantage of cone connection (based on microfilms)
What is platform switching and how it works
Examination and diagnosis of patients
Patient motivation
Gingival biotypes
Bone type identification, implant placement options
Implant planning by panoramic image and CT scan
Making radiopaque templates for CT scan and marker templates for OPTG
Risk factors for implant placement
Number and placement of implants, the concept of aesthetic window
Temporary restorations with implants
Different types of surgical templates. Advantages and disadvantages
Operation (instruments, incision, insertion of implants, suturing)
Medication support
Expansion of the implant
Management of complications

Practical part.

At the master class the following practical skills will be practiced:

Assembling and setting up the physiodispenser and irrigation system
Algorithm of work with the surgical set of the implant system
Preparation of the implant bed. How to change the “point of entry” or “drill along the arch”
How to hold instruments correctly during suturing
Types of sutures needed in implant surgery
Perhaps something else, depending on your questions