Implant Dentistry A-Z I
This course is designed to teach advanced graduate students in various specialty programs about the scientific and clinical concepts relevant to implant dentistry and alveolar tissue regeneration. Basic concepts include a review of hard and soft tissue biology and healing without and with dental implants and/or regenerative procedures, and conditions that might affect implant success; systemic and local risk factors; diagnosis and treatment planning including patient information and consent; surgical and prosthodontic considerations; complications in terms of their prevention and management. Various clinical indications involving implant-assisted rehabilitations will be discussed throughout the course addressing treatment planning, surgical and prosthodontic procedures. The course will also include a number of clinical case discussions.
- School of Dental Medicine