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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.

January 2021

Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Immediate implant and provisionalization in the esthetic zone: A team approach

Jan 25 - Dec 30, 2021
US
Dr. Kyle Stanley
Overview: In this 5 hour presentation, we will showcase the digital workflow and how to avoid problems by utilizing technology in implantology. Planning with a restoratively driven mind will make things easier for both surgeons and restorative doctors so that the whole team benefits and patients get more predictable treatment with a shorter “time to teeth.” Dr. Stanley will be performing a live surgery to show the research-backed techniques that he uses in his daily practice. This course is intended for clinicians familiar with implant dentistry in the esthetic zone.
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English
Fundamental course

Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Immediate full-arch prosthetic rehabilitation utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept

Jan 25 - Dec 30, 2021
US
Dr. Hooman Zarrinkelk
Dr. Saj Jivraj
Overview: In this 5 hour program. Edentulous patients and patients with failing dentition who want a fixed prosthetic rehabilitation are very often faced with time-consuming, expensive, and uncomfortable bone grafting procedures. The perceived complexity of rehabilitation is a great obstacle to treatment acceptance for these patients and many dental clinicians as well. The All-on-4® treatment concept was developed by Nobel Biocare to eliminate many of the difficulties facing patients and clinicians. It allows for an immediate-function, full-arch, implant-supported prosthesis without the need for any bone grafting procedures, even in atrophic situations. In a short time the attendees will observe complete rehabilitation of the patient, by delivery of a highly functional and esthetic solution supported by four implants in anatomically strategic positions and angles, thus dramatically increasing the quality of life for the patient. The clinicians will highlight surgical protocol and key aspects to consider during surgery. This course is intended for clinicians with experience in implant dentistry.
5
English
Advanced course

Nobel Biocare Virtual Education Series: Modern implantology techniques. Grafting with PRF, digital workflow with in-house 3D printing review

Jan 25 - Dec 30, 2021
US
Dr. Nader Salib
Overview: This exciting 5 hour course is intended for all clinicians and laboratory technicians. It will cover bone grafting with use of biologics to form “sticky bone” and provide a review of grafting principles. It will also introduce the modern digital workflow illustrating implant planning, template design, and fabrication with in-house 3D printers. This course will also provide an overview of different 3D printers. A live surgery of the case discussed will take place in the afternoon. This course is intended for clinicians and lab technicians with experience in implant dentistry.
5
English
Advanced course

July 2021

Maximize success and minimize complications: Authenticity matters

Jul 15, 2021-
Jul 12, 2024
US
Brent Ludens
The restoration of dental implants has become routine and the esthetic results that can be achieved with components and materials readily available yield predictable results. However, the misuse of these components and their “compatible” counterparts can lead to complications we all would rather not encounter…or cause. We can learn from these complications and use that information to avoid or minimize their occurrence going forward. Dr. Ludens will draw on his own practice experience, the experience of other clinicians, and tie that experience together with the science behind the successful implant and restorative components. Viewers of this webinar will learn this science in an easy to understand format and take home practical tips and information that can be incorporated immediately into their implant restorative practices.
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English

October 2021

Intégrer la pratique de l'implantologie - PACT Implant

Oct 22, 2021-
Jun 17, 2023
Paris, FR
Dr ISABELLE KLEINFINGER

La 1ère année

correspondant à l’acquisition des fondamentaux est fondée sur une progressivité de la formation initiale en implantologie.

Le programme est composé de travaux pratiques, de cours théoriques, de conférences d’experts et d’un coaching clinique personnalisé propre à PACTimplant avec trois journées de chirurgie sur patient.

La 2ème année

offre le complément de formation

  •  sur la gestion de la muqueuse péri implantaire,
  •  les augmentations de volume osseux
  •  et le perfectionnement aux nouveaux outils numériques.

 Cours théoriques et travaux pratiques permettront à chacun d’évoluer et de se perfectionner avec trois journées supplémentaires de chirurgie sur patient.

Ainsi,  PACT implant délivre maintenant

  • un total de 172 heures de formation
  • sur 21 jours en deux ans, dont 6 jours de coaching clinique personalisé.
Français
Fundamental course
Mama Schelter Paris West
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November 2021

Progressons main dans la main en implantologie - IFPIO

Nov 13, 2021-
Jun 11, 2022
Marseille, FR
Dr mehdi MERABET

INSTITUT DE FORMATION EN PARODONTOLOGIE ET IMPLANTOLOGIE ORALE 

Véritable formation à la fois clinique & théorique basée sur la transmission des connaissances et du savoir à travers l'esprit de "compagnonnage", l'IFPIO prône une implantologie globale. 

DES ACQUIS MODULAIRES ET MODULABLES 

7 modules pour vous former.  Ce cursus réalisé en équipe réduite, afin de favoriser l'écoute, le suivi et la proximité entre le trio "formateur/ praticien/ patient", vise avant tout à délivrer un enseignement de qualité à la fois sécurisant et interactif (blog, vidéos, conférences ...) tout au long de votre formation.

Contact : Sandrine au 04 91 80 39 79 - Contact@ifpio.fr

Français
Fundamental course
Le LOFT
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Le nettoyage électrolytique « GalvoSurge », nouvelle approche du traitement des péri-implantites

Nov 18, 2021-
Jan 01, 2023
FR
Dr. Marion CANONICA
Dr. Frédéric PHILIPPART

Bien que les critères de diagnostic de la péri-implantite soient désormais établis depuis 2017, nous n’avons toujours pas de consensus sur l’origine des péri-implantites ni sur un protocole de traitement efficace.
Après une mise au point sur l’étiologie des péri-implantites, sur leur caractère multifactoriel, nous verrons que la décontamination implantaire est l’étape clé de leur traitement.
Au même titre que l’élimination du biofilm est primordiale pour une amélioration des signes cliniques dans le traitement de la mucosite, la décontamination de la surface implantaire est incontournable pour le succès du traitement de la péri-implantite.
Les traitements classiques de nettoyage implantaires sont insuffisants ; au plan macroscopique, une difficulté d’accès à la surface implantaire et au plan microscopique, l’impossibilité de retirer les bactéries des microstructures.
Ainsi, le GalvoSurge, système de nettoyage électrolytique, pourrait être au centre de la stratégie thérapeutique.
Par son mode d’action unique, il permet d’éliminer tout le biofilm y compris la décontamination des filetages, contre dépouilles et microstructures.
Désormais le GalvoSurge nous permet une décontamination complète de l’implant et ainsi l’obtention d’une ré-ostéointégration après régénération osseuse.
Cela nécessite, en revanche, de définir le potentiel de régénération d’une perte osseuse péri-implantaire et une parfaite maîtrise des techniques de régénération osseuse en présence d’un implant.

Français
Fundamental course
En ligne
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December 2021

Master Class les augmentations osseuses 3D - IFCIA

Dec 09 - 10, 2021
Paris, FR
Dr HADI ANTOUN

Le besoin d’augmentation osseuse 3D et en particulier en hauteur s’impose de plus en plus dans notre pratique de l’implantologie que ce soit pour des raisons esthétiques, fonctionnelles ou encore pour des conceptions prothétiques favorables.

L’évolution des techniques nous amène à nous interroger sur celles qui sont les plus à même de nous donner des résultats les plus reproductibles possibles tout en les rendant le plus accessible à un plus grand nombre d’entre nous.

 

Objectifs :

  • Déterminer les situations les plus courantes qui nécessitent ce type d’augmentation
  • Visualiser les limites de ce type d’approche
  • Cadrer et maitriser les techniques chirurgicales permettant d’aboutir aux résultats recherchés
  • Maitriser le plateau technique ainsi que les différents protocoles chirurgicaux de la ROG 
  • Gérer les complications

 
Programme scientifique:

  • Principes biologiques des augmentations osseuses
  • Les classifications de résorption osseuse dans les secteurs antérieurs et postérieurs
  • Les sites de prélèvement osseux intra-buccaux et les matériaux de substitution osseuse
  • Nouvelle approche biologique et conservatrice de l’expansion osseuse
  • Evolution de la régénération osseuse guidée avec ses implications dans les augmentations osseuses 3D
  • Les suites post-opératoires et les complications
  • Réalisation en direct avec retransmission interactive entre la salle de conférence et le bloc opératoire de
  • 2 interventions chirurgicales
  • Travaux pratiques encadrés
Français
Advanced course
IFCIA - Dr Hadi ANTOUN
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Implant Education Company - 3 Day Live Implant Surgery

Dec 09 - 11, 2021
Phoenix, AZ, US
Dr. Joe Mehranfar

This 3-Day Live Surgical Implant Training course where attending dentists will have one full day of didactic training with a focus on hands-on model practicing. On days 2 and 3, the attending dentists will be focused solely on implant surgery where they will place on average 8 implants, but may also experience other oral surgery procedures.

The hands-on will include learning implant drilling techniques and becoming familiar with the intricacies of the surgical kit. Dentists will also practice suturing techniques on suture pads and grafting with models.

Dentists will become familiar with the instruments, materials, and products necessary to offer dental implant surgery in their practice.

An introduction to CBCT planning will be introduced and dentists are encouraged to bring a case from their practice on a dicom file that can be discussed and planned with Dr. Erickson.

 

  • 32 Total Hours of CEU’s.
  • 8 Hours of Online Learning from Expert Instructors.
  • 4 Hours of Case Review Discussion.
  • 4 Hours of Live Extraction/Graft Surgery.
  • 16 Hours of Live Implant Surgery.

 

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English
Fundamental course
Implant Education Company
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All-on-4® treatment concept: contemporary techniques A practical guide to comprehensive surgical-restorative success

Dec 11, 2021
Lake Oswego, OR, US
Dr. Nader Salib

Course Overview:

This course is specifically designed to introduce and educate both surgical and restorative teams on the All-on-4 Treatment Concept. 

 Course will provide clinicians a unique and comprehensive experience. Subjects will include: treatment planning, surgical techniques, complications, and a practical practice building, business portion where participants will understand their own and referral team building techniques. Special attention will be directed towards zygoma implants and grafting alternatives. There will be multiple case presentations and workflow planning outlines. 

 At the end of the course, participants will be able to diagnosis and treatment plan full arch cases. They will better understand the surgical principles and techniques and well as both temporary and final restorative phases. Direct and Indirect temporary prosthesis will be compared as well as final prosthetic materials. 

 They will be able to confidently and precisely plan for full arch dental implant cases while confidently applying new knowledge to performing surgery and restoring full arch cases. 

Course Objectives:

- Gain better understanding of All-on-4 Treatment Concept 

- Treatment plan full arch cases 

- Identify zygoma implant cases 

- Perform a pre-operative prosthetic workup

- Be able to confidently perform alveolar All-on-4 surgery 

- Understand process of the temporary and final prosthesis fabrication 

- Set in place intra-office infrastructure for All-on-4

- Set up referral pathways for seemless workflow 

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English
Advanced course
Crowne Plaza
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Zygomatic implants from start to finish: Comprehensive overview of various surgical techniques

Dec 11, 2021
Mahwah, NJ, US
Dr Shuaib Malik
Traditionally, a severely resorbed maxilla with sinus pneumatization would need multiple surgeries including sinus augmentation/lifts and bone grafts to rebuild enough bone mass to create a sufficient foundation for traditional dental implant placement. In severely resorbed cases, zygomatic implants are the only possibility to rehabilitate the patient immediately. Zygomatic implants have been an evidence-based surgical and prosthetic solution since 1999. With the development of the zygomatic implant, the placement of Brånemark System® Zygoma implants has been simplified, which has eliminated the need for bone grafting altogether. Zygomatic implants are developed for the graftless approach in which the implant is directly loaded into the zygomatic bone bilaterally, combined with two to four conventional anterior implants loaded within the alveolar bone, allowing for immediate load and function of a fixed implant-supported prosthesis. Zygomatic implants have revolutionized traditional dental implant techniques and considerations for the severely atrophic patient minimizing surgeries, healing, and overall treatment time. This presentation will discuss critical factors from work-up and pretreatment planning to important considerations for providing an immediate fixed implant-supported restoration. Learning Outcomes: - Understand pretreatment planning, including considerations for the provisional prosthesis. – Be able to review anatomical and biological considerations of the maxilla and zygomatic bone. – Become familiar with and understand the three basic techniques for zygoma implant placement: inter-sinus, extrasinus, and extra-maxillary. – Go over recorded surgical video with live Q&A for detailed understanding. – Discuss management of complications and maintenance of zygomatic implants. – Be familiar with prosthetic solutions for zygomatic implants.
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English
Advanced course
Nobel Biocare Training Institute
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January 2022

Roadmap to predictability: Immediate replacement in team approach

Jan 21 - 22, 2022
Den Haag, NL
Edith Groenendijk
Tristan Staas

Learning outcomes “Meteen door!” treatment concept:

 

Immediate replacement is a modern treatment method characterized by shortened time-to-teeth, less surgical interventions with equal or better prosthetic results and better patient acceptance. The “Meteen door!” concept means that the dentist does not extract the tooth but refers immediately to the clinician for immediate replacement.

  • Point out the crucial steps that will lead to a predictable treatment outcome
  • How to achieve primary stability needed for immediate loading
  • Step-by-step procedure by means of literature, cases and live surgery
  • Digital planning and prosthetic workflow
  • Get familiar with the surgical protocol for NobelActive, a reliable implant solution for high initial stability and soft and hard tissue preservation

 

 

Included in the course:

  • Apart from working with our leading product, the NobelActive implant, participants will have the opportunity to discover our new implant system, Nobel Biocare N1™.
  • All products that will be used and presented will have the TiUltra and Xeal surfaces. As we’ve entered the Mucointegration™ era, we have reimagined surface chemistry from abutment to implant apex, to optimize tissue integration at every level.
  • Live surgery
English
Advanced course

April 2022

Prothèse implantaire - DCO

Apr 06 - 08, 2022
Lyon, FR
Dr. RENAUD NOHARET

Objectifs :

  • Favoriser le maintien de l'ostéointegration par une prothèse de qualité
  • Posséder les connaissances fondamentales pour faire les choix cliniques nécessaires
  • Maitriser les protocoles de réalisation de tout type de prothèse implantaire
  • Communiquer au laboratoire les éléments indispensables

 
Points Clés:

  • Description des différents piliers
  • - Méthode d’assemblage : critères de choix et réalisation.
  • - Protocoles précis de la réalisation de chaque type de
  • prothèse implantaire
  • - Occlusion en implantologie
  • - Réalisation d’empreintes, différents matériaux, différentes techniques, et d’une dent provisoire sur implant (TP)


Contact : Cécile – 06 48 75 62 64 ou contact@dcofrance.fr

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Fundamental course
Cabinet du Dr Renaud Noharet
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