9th ITI Education Week Hong Kong
Comprehensive Care with Dental Implants
August 13 - 18, 2017

Association

In association with the University of Hong Kong  

 

Course Information

This seven-day Education Week addresses the general dental practitioner as well as the specialist and postgraduate student in his/her last year of training with an interest in comprehensive dental care. Combining daily seminars with hands-on training, live surgeries and daily case presentations and discussions in working groups, the goal of this intensive program is to merge theory and practice and allow participants to master comprehensive treatment planning with dental implants.

Great emphasis is placed on the planning of surgical and restorative interventions, as well as patient maintenance and mastering biological and technical complications. Aspects of treatment planning, surgical and restorative procedures will be approached from a theoretical and practical perspective, while a day will be devoted to the prevention, diagnosis and management of complications as well as the identification of the interactions between technical and biological factors that lead to failures.

Besides approximately 20 lectures that cover the most up-to-date aspects of the clinical practice, an evidence-based treatment philosophy is offered. Hands-on exercises in the newly established SIM laboratory of the Faculty of Dentistry round off the course in order to provide the necessary skills for advanced restorative and surgical procedures in implant dentistry and related fields (guided bone regeneration, piezoelectric surgery, immediate temporary restorations). Bone augmentation and sinus floor elevation using modern materials will also be practiced in the SIM Lab. Two live surgery sessions will allow participants to see the complete procedure and interact with the surgeons in real time. The course will include three hands-on sim-lab and two live surgery sessions.

To promote friendship and collegial discussions, most of the late afternoons and evenings will be spent together in the proximity of Prince Philip Dental Hospital exploring the beauty and culinary specialties of Hong Kong. Dinner on Victoria Peak, an evening on Lamma Island and a trip to the famous Stanley market accompanied by a meal will serve to create fine memories of this lively and vibrant city. Spouses and partners are welcome to these social events, which will leave them free to experience the unlimited shopping facilities of Hong Kong during the day.

 

 

Course Data

Date: August 13-18, 2017
Language: English
Venue: The University of Hong Kong, Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong SAR, PR China

 

 

Faculty

Course director
Dr. Nikos Mattheos
Associate Professor
Faculty of Dentistry
The University of Hong Kong

 

Learning Objectives

  • Be competent to perform patient assessment and design restorative-driven, evidence-based and comprehensive treatment plans for complex cases addressing biological, esthetic and functional patient needs
  • Have a profound understanding of the restorative treatment pathways using dental implants as well as of the available complex surgical interventions, such as guided bone regeneration and sinus floor elevation required for optimal implant placement in compromised cases
  • Have a profound understanding of the biological and technical aspects of complications of implant treatments, and be competent in the prevention and management of the most commonly encountered problems

 

Topics

Treatment planning and decision-making

  • Comprehensive treatment planning and treatment strategies
  • Patient selection and comprehensive risk assessment
  • Systemic diseases and periodontal conditions
  • Decision making for reconstructions in the esthetic zone

 

Modern surgical aspects of implant dentistry

  • Clinical decision-making
  • Guided tissue regeneration and application of enamel matrix proteins
  • Implant placement in the area of esthetic priority
  • Immediate implant installation
  • The posterior maxilla and sinus floor elevation

 

Modern prosthetic aspects of implant dentistry

  • Evidence-based decision-making in reconstructive dentistry
  • Principles of restorative-driven treatment planning
  • Predictability of Implant-supported reconstructions
  • Immediate provisional restorations
  • Implant restorations in the esthetic zone
  • Conditioning of the soft tissues through temporary implant restorations
  • Management of the fully edentulous arch

 

Maintenance, prevention and management of complications

  • Comprehensive maintenance strategies for implant patients
  • Continuous risk assessment
  • Bio-technical basis of implant complications
  • Prevention and management of technical complications
  • Prevention and treatment of peri-implant diseases
  • Re-osseointegration

 

Practical modules

  • Four case presentations with treatment planning exercises and discussions
  • Two live surgeries
  • Three hands-on exercises in the sim lab of the Faculty of Dentistry, including guided bone regeneration, sinus augmentation / block graft with the use of piezoelectric surgery, impressions in the esthetic zone and immediate provisional restorations.

 

Course Fee / General Information

Non-ITI Member: HK$ 29,000*
ITI Fellow/ITI Member: HK$ 26,000*
Full-time graduate student:  HK$ 16,800* (written confirmation by program director required)

* including course materials, coffee breaks, lunches, three dinner arrangements and visits to Stanley, Lamma Island and Victoria Peak

No of participants
max. 34

CE Credit
40 hours

Difficulty Level
Straightforward, Advanced and Complex

 

Registration is opening soon.


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ITI International Team for Implantology
ITI Headquarters
Peter Merian-Strasse 88
4052 Basel
Switzerland

Phone +41 61 270 83 83
Fax +41 61 270 83 84
E-Mail headquarters@iti.org 

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