Single- and multiple-unit implant placement courses
Dental implant restorations are rehabilitation solutions that have the potential to last a lifetime when executed according to high clinical standards. For each case there can be several treatment options available, depending on the clinician’s experience and technical preferences, as well as the clinical status. The clinical prognosis can vary according to the quantity and quality of available bone, esthetic requirements and risk of complications. These are just some of the factors that should be considered during diagnosis and treatment planning. Since there are numerous implant options and surgical protocols available, how can you identify the right approach for each patient?
The right education level for your needs
If you are new to implantology then the fundamental level courses are ideal to help you learn how to execute straightforward single- and multiple-unit cases and to implement them in your practice. You will explore base anatomy, analyze relevant health status and learn how to prepare a case assessment using traditional clinical examination methods, 2D X-rays as well as modern 3D diagnostics methods. You will learn how to plan low-risk cases and to execute different surgical protocols.
If you have already mastered straightforward single-unit cases, you can further develop your skills with advanced level courses by learning immediate implant placement and loading. Providing immediate solutions to your patients can help to differentiate your practice and increase treatment acceptance.1 Learn from industry experts how to: identify cases where the clinical status is favorable for immediate loading, select the appropriate components and technique, execute the implant treatment and give your patients new teeth on the same day as the extraction of the failing dentition.
We offer tapered and parallel-walled dental implant systems with the moderately rough TiUnite implant surface for all indications. From the well-known implant design of NobelActive, designed for high primary stability and esthetic excellence, to NobelParallel Conical Connection, the implant system designed for exceptional versatility for universal use.
1 Hartlev J, Kohberg P, Ahlmann S, Andersen NT, Schou S, Isidor F. Patient satisfaction and esthetic outcome after immediate placement and provisionalization of single-tooth implants involving a definitive individual abutment. Clin Oral Implants Res 2013.