Implantology Masterclass

2024 Implantology Fundamental & GBR Course

4 Day Course
Dr Peter LC Chen
Dr Amro Farag
Dr. Jonathan Ng
Dr Mitchell Innes

2024 Implantology Fundamental & GBR Course

Location

TBA (Brisbane)

When:

April 26th – 27th 2024 May 24th – 25th 2024

Speaker:

Peter Chen, Amro Farag, Jonathan Ng, Mitchell Innes

Fee:
4-Day

4-Day $4900 Excl GST

2024 Implantology Fundamentals & GBR Course

Where:

TBA (Brisbane)
2024 Implantology Fundamental & GBR Course

When:

April 26th – 27th 2024
May 24th – 25th 2024

Speaker

Peter Chen, Amro Farag, Jonathan Ng, Mitchell Innes

Fee:

4-Day

4-Day $4900 Excl GST

About the course

The best implantology course you will find.
Learn everything you need to know to start your journey in implantology. This is a no nonsense course packed with learning and hands on. 100% pure learning.

4 days

800+ slide booklet

In person

Description

Our Comprehensive Implant Dentistry Masterclass is a 4-day intensive course designed to provide dental professionals with a thorough understanding of implant dentistry, from assessment to final crown placement. The course covers key topics including bone biology, implant design, patient assessment, biomechanics, surgery techniques, suturing, and CBCT interpretation.

Participants will learn about extraction site science, flapless guided surgery, GBR concepts, and complications management. With a mix of theoretical knowledge and hands-on training, this course offers a unique opportunity to develop practical skills in implant placement, socket preservation, impression taking, flap advancement, and suturing techniques using various models and materials.

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Description

Our Comprehensive Implant Dentistry Masterclass is a 4-day intensive course designed to provide dental professionals with a thorough understanding of implant dentistry, from assessment to final crown placement. The course covers key topics including bone biology, implant design, patient assessment, biomechanics, surgery techniques, suturing, and CBCT interpretation.

Participants will learn about extraction site science, flapless guided surgery, GBR concepts, and complications management. With a mix of theoretical knowledge and hands-on training, this course offers a unique opportunity to develop practical skills in implant placement, socket preservation, impression taking, flap advancement, and suturing techniques using various models and materials.

Course Schedule

Join us to enhance your implant dentistry expertise and provide your patients with the highest standard of care.

Day 1
April 26th
8:30am-5:00pm
  • Bone biology and implant design
  • Patient assessment
  • Implant surgery
  • Suturing techniques (Hands on)
  • Implant placement (Hands on)
Day 2
April 27th
8:30am-5:00pm
  • CBCT in Implant dentistry and Interpretation
  • Immediate, Early or Delayed
  • Extraction Site Science Socket Preservation
  • Guided Surgery (Hands On)
  • Socket Preservation (Hands On)
Day 3
May 24th
8:30am-5:00pm
  • GBR Concepts
  • Flap Advancement Pig Jaw (Hands On)
  • Complications and how to manage
Day 4
May 25th
8:30am-5:00pm
  • Implant biomechanics
  • Impressions to final crowns
  • Impression taking and scanning (Hands On)
  • Implant Crown insertion (Hands on)
Day 1
April 26
  • Bone biology and implant design
  • Patient assessment
  • Implant surgery
  • Suturing techniques (Hands on)
  • Implant placement (Hands on)
Day 2
April 27
  • CBCT in Implant dentistry and Interpretation
  • Immediate, Early or Delayed
  • Extraction Site Science Socket Preservation
  • Flapless Guided Surgery + DIOnavi (Hands On)
  • Socket Preservation (Hands On)
Day 3
May 24
  • GBR Concepts
  • Flap Advancement Pig Jaw (Hands On)
  • Complications and how to manage
Day 4
May 25
  • Implant biomechanics
  • Impressions to final crowns
  • Impression taking and scanning (Hands On)
  • Crown insertion (Hands on)

Ready to Elevate Your Practice right from the Source?

Course Schedule

Module

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9:00am – 11:00am
Bone Biology and Implant Design
– Process of Osseointegration and importance
– Implant design: Micro and Macro characteristics.

Patient Assessment
– What medical history do I look out for?
– Implant site assessment
– Can I use short implants?
– To splint or not to splint implants
– Importance of soft tissue


11:30am – 1:00pm

Implant Surgery
– Pre-op preparations
– Types of flaps and flap design
– 2nd stage surgery techniques


2:00pm – 3:30pm

Suturing (Hands on)
– Positive vs negative knots
– The use of dual-layered sutures to achieve tension free primary closure

Soft/Hard Bone Block (Hands on)

– Experience drilling protocols from D1-D4 in hard and soft bone blocks


4:00pm – 5:30pm

Model (Hands on)

– Tooth bound and free-end saddle implant placement techniques

Pig’s Jaw  (Hands on)

– Flap Raising techniques
– Implant placement
– Suturing

9:00am – 11:00am
CBCT in Implant dentistry and Interpretation

– How to read CBCT
– Identification of the IAN
– Planning cases/exercises (Laptop with mouse required)

11:30am – 1:00pm
When: Immediate, Early or Delayed?

Extraction Site Science Socket Preservation

– Factors that determine timing of implant placements
– How to treat Type I-III sockets
– How to do atraumatic extractions
– Socket preservation techniques including how to treat a non-intact buccal plate

2:00pm – 3:30pm
Guided Surgery  (Hands On)

– Guide design and fabrication
– Principles of guided surgery: scanning strategy
– Hands on

4:00pm – 5:00pm
Socket Preservation (Hands On)

9:00am – 1:00pm
GBR Concepts
– PASS Principles of GBR
– Importance of bony envelope
– Class 0-5 GBR and how to treat

2pm – 3:30pm
Flap Advancement Pig Jaw (Hands On)
– Periosteal slit, scalpel brushing technique, periosteal brushing technique
– Learn in very great detail how to advance your flap greater than 200%.

4:00pm – 5:00pm
Complications and how to manage

9:00am – 11:00AM

Implant Biomechanics & Occlusal Considerations
– Screw mechanics
– Cantilevers
– Implant Occlusion

11:30AM – 1Pm

From Impressions to Final Crown Insertion.

– Material selection 
– Multi-unit implant restorations (Implant supported bridges)
– Abutment selection
– What to look out for when fitting the final implant crown

2:00-3:30PM 

Impression taking & Scanning (Hands On)

– IOS scanning strategies.
– Impression taking techniques
– Factors affecting accuracy

4:00-5:00Pm 

Delivery of Final Crown (Hands On)

– Identifying misfit of implant components
– Troubleshooting errors from the lab.

“Great implant course which covers the most recently researched concepts and practical details/tips. I have done other implant courses= but this course definitely gave me the most confidence to manage implant cases from start to finish. Great hands-on components as well. Highly recommended!”

-Cindee, Vic

“11 out of 10 courses! Highly recommend, you get so much value from the course you learn good foundation and practical applications.”

-Mark, Brisbane, QLD

“Great mix of practical theory and hands-on exercises.”

-Joelle, Newport, QLD

Why Choose

Fundamentals of Implantology & GBR

When I started my implant journey I had attended a lot of introductory courses that were both expensive and didn’t teach enough, as most of them were promoting the company’s product and consisted of mainly advertising and a false sense of security that implants were easy to place without adequate background theory. Because these courses didn’t cover the fundamentals, I was missing a lot of theory.

The opposite of them were the longer intensive courses that cost too much for me as a beginner as I wasn’t sure whether I was ready to commit $10,000 or more before I had even placed an implant.

I created this course to solve my own dilemma I faced when I started out. It is a no-fluff, business only course jammed packed with knowledge of an intensive modular course just without the price tag. In this course I don’t simply teach you how to place an implant.

Anyone can place
an Implant

Anyone can place an implant it’s not that much harder than drilling a cavity or a crown prep.

Think
Critically

I’ll teach you how to think critically which is what you truly need.

Literature
& Concepts

I will be going through a lot of literature to explain to you why you follow the concepts you follow.

800+ Slides

You will be given an 800+ slide booklet to accompany your studies and practice.

Accountability

You will be tested throughout the course to make sure you understand the concepts.

Fundamentals

Covering the fundamentals and theory, while diving deep into hands on training and application.

Speakers
Dr Peter LC Chen
BDSc Hons (Melb), DClinDent (Perio)
Dr Peter Chen is a specialist periodontist at the Brisbane Implant Dentistry and Perio Care. He graduated in 2007 from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours). After working 5 years as a general dentist, Peter then initiated his specialist training in Griffith University, and completed his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Periodontology) in 2015. Peter supervises post-graduate students at the University of Queensland as a part time clinical supervisor. He is currently the President of the Australasian Osseointegration Society Queensland Branch.
Dr Amro Farag
BDSc MDSc(Perio) PhD DClinDent(Perio)

Dr Farag graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science in 2003 from Cairo University followed by postgraduate training in periodontics in 2010. After moving to Australia in 2011, Amro commenced his PhD at Griffith University where he published several original papers, conference papers…

Dr Jonathan Ng
BDSc (Hons), PGDip (Imp), MSc (Imp)(2023), FICOI

Dr. Jonathan Ng is a highly qualified dental professional with an impressive track record in the field of implant dentistry. He graduated with Honours from the University of Queensland and subsequently pursued his specific interest in dental implantology through postgraduate training…

Dr Mitchell Innes
BSc(BioMedSci) BDSc(HONS) D Clin Dent (PROS) MRACDS(Pros) FAANZP Specialist Prosthodontist & Dentist
What sets Mitch apart in the world of dentistry? Following on from many successful years in general dentistry in both public and private practice, Mitch completed his specialist training with a Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry (Prosthodontics) at the University of Adelaide and a specialist fellowship with the Academy of Australian and New Zealand Prosthodontists.

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