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Modern Treatment Solutions for Advanced Clinical Problems

In association with Centre for Oral Clinical Research (COCR) , Queen Mary University London, Bart's & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Course information

Despite the high predictability of treatments with titanium dental implants, long term success and aesthetic outcomes are a continuing challenge in cases of implants placed in areas with significant bone and soft tissue loss. This course will provide evidence-based and up to date treatment solutions for different clinical scenarios where implant placement and restoration is not straightforward. Utilising clinically orientated lectures, hand-on-workshops, live surgeries, videos and case based discussions, the participant will be provided with the necessary knowledge, as well as, technical advice/tips starting from initial treatment planning to the delivery of final implant restorations in advanced cases where the lack of hard and soft tissue creates a challenging clinical situation.

The significant emphasis on hands-on workshops for each day of the ITI week (for all taught topics) allows the participants to apply in practice all the theoretical aspects that are discussed during the week and have interactive discussions with the faculty members.  

Event location

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Difficulty level Advanced/Complex
Language English
Venue Centre for Oral Clinical Research (COCR) , Queen Mary University London, Bart's & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Faculty

Course directors
Professor Nikos Donos
DDS, MS, FHEA, FDSRCSEngl., PhD
Head Centre for Oral Clinical Research
Professor & Chair Periodontology and Implant Dentistry
Honorary Professor Griffith University, Australia
Honorary Professor, UCL Eastman Dental Institute, London,

Dr Nikos Mardas
Program Co-Director
Dipl.D.S, MS, PhD, Specialist in Periodontics
Senior Clinical Lecturer & Honorary Consultant
Barts & The London School of Dentistry & Hospital, QMUL

Shirley Goodey
Centre Administrator
Centre for Oral Clinical Research
Institute of Dentistry
Barts and The London
School of Medicine and Dentistry

Speakers
Dr Stephen Barter
Dr Dominiki Chatzopoulou
Dr Dina Dedi
Prof Nikolaos Donos
Vincent Fehmer
Dr Nikos Gkranias
Dr Nikos Mardas
Dr Mital Patel
Dr Shakeel Shahdad
Dr Nikos Tatarakis
Dr Claudia Wellman
Prof Tomaso Cristian Vercellotti

Learning objectives

  • Become familiar with the digital pathway that could improve treatment outcomes from initial treatment plan to final restoration
  • Understand and become familiar with the surgical techniques and biomaterials used routinely for guided bone restoration simultaneously or before implant placement
  • To understand and become familiar with the surgical techniques for soft tissue preservation and augmentation during 2nd stage surgery or after implant restoration
  • Understand and become familiar with the use of piezoelectric surgery
  • Understand the use of short implants vs. sinus lift
  • Develop treatment planning skills through case based presentations

Course details

Topics

  • Digital pathway: from treatment planning to the final restoration
  • Implant provisional restorations for ideal emergence profile
  • GBR: treatment principles and factors for success
  • GBR in aesthetic areas
  • Management of the deficient posterior maxilla: sinus augmentation & short implants
  • Sinus lift: treatment principles and factors for success
  • Management of the deficient alveolar ridge: staged augmentation utilising piezoelectric surgery for autogenous block grafting vs. bone builder?
  • Management of the extraction site
  • 2nd stage surgery: treatment principles and factors for success
  • Management of soft tissue defects around implants using autogenous and xenogeneic soft tissue grafts (including hands-on workshop)
  • 1 – 2 live surgeries
  • Case-based presentations and interactive discussions

Course fee/general information

Non-ITI Member: GBP 3,100*
ITI Fellow/ITI Member: GBP 2,800*

* including coffee breaks, lunches and course dinner

20

max. number of participants

35.5

CE credits hours

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