Implant Prosthetics
A Course In Theory And Practice

A course falling in the category of DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY SKILLS

Accredited by OSIS-EDI


TUTORS:
Prof. ZDZISŁAW BEREZNOWSKI, MD PhD
VIOLETTA SZYCIK, MD PhD

COURSE CONTENT:

  • Planning implant-based prosthetic reconstruction
  • Reconstruction in the case of single missing teeth and partial and total toothlessness
  • Methods of implant exposure and application of healing abutments
  • Immediate provisional implant
  • Types of impressions and impression copings
  • Types of abutments
  • Checking the implant-based prosthesis for its aesthetics and functions
  • Criteria for the selection of the loading moment depending on the bone condition within the implantation site
  • Immediate and deferred restoration
  • Cement-fixed and screwed dental prostheses
  • Check-up and follow-up care after implantoprosthetic reconstruction
  • Complications in the implant loading phase

WORKSHOPS: Course participants perform individual stages of implantoprosthetic reconstruction on phantoms.

COURSE OBJECTIVE: To acquire knowledge necessary to perform an implant-based prosthetic reconstruction.

Course hours –10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a coffee/ lunch break
Number of participants – 10
Price – PLN 1200


Prosthetic treatment is the last phase of the implant treatment process.  In its course the damaged or lost functions of the masticatory organ are finally restored, and the patient is given the smile perfectly matching the image of his/her choice and his/her individual features through restoration of the continuity of the dental arches and teeth of appropriately selected heights, occlusion, and colour.  Each phase of the implantation cycle, complex as it is, is important and requires utmost care.  The most important aspect of the implant-based prosthetic restoration, however, is the fact that it is a dream-come-true for the patients longing for aesthetic metamorphosis of their mouth.  This will be the final criterion in the assessment of the implant-based reconstruction we have performed.

The aim of the training offered by the VIVADENTAL INSTITUTE is to learn the procedures and acquire the knowledge necessary to perform implant-based prosthetic reconstruction.  Most of all, however, it gives course participants an opportunity to acquire practical manual skills in the selected implant system.

The training offer of the VIVADENTAL INSTITUTE in the area of prosthetics focuses on introducing course participants to different kinds of implant-based prosthetic reconstruction, such as overdenture, individual crowns, all-on-4 bridges, screwed and cement-fixed prostheses, or bridges on provisional implants.

COURSE PARTICIPANTS PERFORM PROCEDURES OF ALL STAGES IN THE IMPLANT-BASED PROSTHETIC RECONSTRUCTION