Dr Michael Zaninovich has been providing specialist teaching, both academic and practical in restorative and surgical implant dentistry. This is achieved conducting courses, usually over 2 to 3 weekends to give dentists confidence to undertake restorative and surgical implant treatment in their own dental practices.
The courses are designed for small groups to ensure maximum benefit to the delegates. The hands-on workshops as well as the clinical workshops on live patients assist in solidifying the delegate's understanding of procedures.
Principles, Planning & Practice
Successful implant dentistry requires a solid understanding of biology and biomechanical principles, case selection and treatment planning, as well as surgical and restorative clinical practice. It is much about art and experience as it is about science.
This comprehensive course is targeted to the dedicated general practitioner wishing to advance their knowledge and skills in the field of restorative and surgical implantology.
On completion of the lecture series, hands-on and clinical workshops with live patients, participants will develop a sound understanding of prosthodontically driven treatment principles, appropriate patient selection, implant maintenance protocols, and identification and management of common complications.
|Module 1||Restorative Principles
14th - 15th October 2017
|Module 2||Surgical Principles
28th - 29th October 2017
|Module 3||Implant Placement on Live Patient
19th November 2017
On completion of the course, delegates will acquire 40 hours CPD certification.
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