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Learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Courses cover everything from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical and prosthetic workflows. We even address some of the most complex and progressive protocols for managing potential complications.

December 2021

MALO CLINIC PROTOCOL: ALL-ON-4® | COMPLETE COURSE

Dec 31, 2021-
Dec 31, 2022
Lisboa, PT
Dra. Mariana Nunes
Dr. Miguel Gouveia
Dr. Armando Lopes
Dra. Ana Ferro
Dr. Miguel Nobre
Dr. Ricardo Martins Almeida
Dr. Carlos Moura Guedes
The MALO CLINIC PROTOCOL: ALL-ON-4® | COMPLETE COURSE, the first course to give you a 360 degrees overview of the way the ALL-ON-4® is performed at MALO CLINIC for over 20 years! All you need to know to be up-to-date with the current status of this state-of-the-art protocol that revolutionized Implant Dentistry and the way full edentulism is treated all over the world! Learn all the key concepts in each of the MALO CLINIC PROTOCOL 3 arms: Surgery, Prosthodontics and Maintenance! The science of things; how we do it from planning to performance; the trends and tips; backed up by relevant clinical and scientific discussion and step-by-step clinical cases and video surgeries; all to SHOW YOU HOW you can benefit from the concept and treat more patients better! Join us in these 7 modules and learn about the ALL-ON-4® MALO CLINIC PROTOCOL!
English
Advanced course
MALO CLINIC
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March 2022

Implant Maintenance – A Practical Approach

Mar 23 - 25, 2022
Lisboa, PT
Dr. Miguel Nobre
The constant evolution in Implant Dentistry with new materials, techniques and methods, along with a higher quality and expectancy of life of the rehabilitated patients, demands a continuing update and education by the clinicians in order to satisfactorily address the challenges that an implant-supported rehabilitation might present. Based on the assumption that no implant-supported rehabilitation can survive without maintenance, and that the maintenance phase is as important as the surgical phase, it became necessary to implement a set of clinical guidelines, with epidemiological and technical engagement, in order to maximize the probability of success of the rehabilitation not only during the osseointegration phase but also in long-term maintenance. In this regard, the involvement of the clinician is of crucial importance to achieve success. The main goal of this course is to provide participants with a comprehensive theoretical and hands-on training within the maintenance of implant-supported rehabilitations, with a strong focus on the clinical appointment and the best interest of both patient and clinician. To achieve this goal, the training considers an important and significant practical component with a meticulous clinical practice approach, integrating tips to enhance a better performance, along with the integration of epidemiological tools to support the clinical decision process.
English
Advanced course
MALO CLINIC Education
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September 2022

Implant Maintenance – A Practical Approach

Sep 21 - 23, 2022
Lisboa, PT
Dr. Miguel Nobre
The constant evolution in Implant Dentistry with new materials, techniques and methods, along with a higher quality and expectancy of life of the rehabilitated patients, demands a continuing update and education by the clinicians in order to satisfactorily address the challenges that an implant-supported rehabilitation might present. Based on the assumption that no implant-supported rehabilitation can survive without maintenance, and that the maintenance phase is as important as the surgical phase, it became necessary to implement a set of clinical guidelines, with epidemiological and technical engagement, in order to maximize the probability of success of the rehabilitation not only during the osseointegration phase but also in long-term maintenance. In this regard, the involvement of the clinician is of crucial importance to achieve success. The main goal of this course is to provide participants with a comprehensive theoretical and hands-on training within the maintenance of implant-supported rehabilitations, with a strong focus on the clinical appointment and the best interest of both patient and clinician. To achieve this goal, the training considers an important and significant practical component with a meticulous clinical practice approach, integrating tips to enhance a better performance, along with the integration of epidemiological tools to support the clinical decision process.
English
Advanced course
MALO CLINIC Education
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Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation (FOR)

FOR is a global, non-profit organization advocating science, education and humanity in oral rehabilitation. The www.for.org website offers hundreds of learning resources for dental professionals: More than 300 video lectures from leading experts. Almost 100 clinical case documentations. Interactive ebooks and epapers. State-of-the-art treatment guidelines. And much more. Completely free of charge. Sign up now and get access to all resources.

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