Computer Guided Implantology Training Certificate
This is the first course designed to teach Implantology at the very start from a digital prospective rather than teaching a conventional analogue approach.
A big barrier to dentists interested to start implant dentistry is lack of confidence and justifiable fear of causing harm to vital anatomical structures. This new course in Computer Guided Implantology means that even the novice can safely and predictably place implants. In the same way that clear aligner orthodontics makes it possible for GPs to benefit from expert preplanning and predictability, implants can be inserted and planned in much the same way.
From the beginning you will learn about the very latest digital capturing technology from optical intra and extra oral scanners to CBCT. The course will then show you how this data can be manipulated and combined to allow you to not only assess the case but also plant it from ideal implant size selection and 3D positioning to actual implant placement.
Congenitally missing teeth with very little space for implants
A difficult case even for the experienced implantologist made easy and predicable.
Computer designed drill guide ensures optimal safe placement of implant of the correct size. Controlled 3D placement of the preselected implant.
Precision control all the way no free-hand drilling eliminating damage to the adjacent tooth roots.
Radiograph confirms optimal positioning and placement of an implant in a very challenging case. Computer aided implant case planning and guidance ensures results and patient safety.
You can choose how quickly and far you want to be trained and remain within your scope of competency and comfort zone. The course can provide the following training levels
1. Certificate Year 1 - Learn how to assess and select suitable patients and treat straightforward cases
2. Diploma Year 2 - Start planning more advance cases involving computer guided grafting and multiple implants
3. MSc Year 3 - For those who wish to receive academic recognition of their training.
Actual Clinical Training
You will receive clinical training involving actual patients. Participants may bring their own patients for assessment and planning.
Attendance and Study Mode
Much of the course will be delivered online as it entails computer training on various software and image manipulation some of which will be on a one to one basis as you plan actual cases. Timing is usually arranged at weekends so as to minimally impact of your practice times. There will be a number of clinical session over the year usually 4 planned individually to facilitate small group training.
Course Fee £5,250
The fee includes free software, planning and guide for your first case together with loan kit and free implant.