10 - 15 Oct 2022
  • 3 Trainers
  • 4-6 Students
  • 6 Consecutive Days


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Oral Implantology is one of the most important advances in Dental Medicine. It has allowed to improve all the biological, functional and aesthetic requirements of a rehabilitation.
Modern implantology treatment aims to integrate with the other areas of dental medicine, with the primary goal of the aesthetic and functional rehabilitation of the patient.


This training aims to enable the dentist to make the correct diagnosis, planning and carrying out oral rehabilitations using dental implants. After being transmitted all the theoretical knowledge necessary for the correct execution of implant surgery, these concepts are practiced on artificial models and animals, the students will have the opportunity to perform surgeries on patients (average of 5 – 7 implants per student) and proceed to the various stages of prosthetic rehabilitation.


Post-training support and follow-up is provided. The course is limited to 6 students who will work in binomials, with each binomial having the possibility of placing at least 10 implants.


  • Aimed at Dentists and/or Stomatologists;

  • To allow the integration of implantology treatment as an additional tool within oral rehabilitation, so that the trainee can indicate the most appropriate restorative treatment for their patients;

  • To provide sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge so that the student can begin the practice of treatment with dental implants;

  • At the end of the course the student should be able to:
  1. Establish a correct diagnosis and individual prognosis in different clinical situations.
  2. Establish an adequate treatment plan, as well as a rational treatment sequence.
  3. Acquire sufficient technical knowledge to perform treatments with implants according to the clinical situation.
  4. Master in detail the surgical and prosthodontic aspects of the implant system.


  • At the pre-clinical level the student will be evaluated in order to determine the existence of adequate aptitude for treatment in patients.

CLINICAL (Practice with Patients)

  • Each student will place between 5-10 Implants, in addition to having opportunity to perform molding and prosthetic tests on patients of previous training.
  • The clinical practice will be performed with patients under the guidance of Trainers.


  • 6 days Intensive and Consecutive from 9.30am to 7pm with theoretical, practical and preclinical classes.
  • Morning – lectures, pre-clinical sessions and discussion of clinical cases.
  • Afternoon – clinical activities (hands-on and practice with patients).
  • Total hours of training: 50h.


  • Ivan Toro
  • David Morais
  • Vitor Soares


  • 8 Operative Chairs;
  • Surgery Room;
  • Theoretical and Pre-clinic Room;
  • CBCT Scan;
  • Photography Studio.


  • On Request
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Day 1 | Theoretical / Practical

Anatomy and imaging applied to implantology;
Physiology, healing and osseointegration;
Surgical field preparation and pharmacology;
Fundamentals of surgical technique;

Practice of surgical technique in animal model.

Day 2 | Theoretical / Practical

Indication, evolution and surfaces in Implantology;
Loading Times;
Types of implants;
Basic Implantology Technique;

Practice placing implants in artificial models.

DAY 3 | Theoretical / Practical

Types of abutments and selection criteria in rehabilitation on implants;
Practice in manipulation of abutments and prosthetic components in artificial models;
Clinical practice: Prosthodontic treatment in patients of previous courses.
DAY 4 | Theoretical / Practical

Surgical complications in implant treatments;
Prosthetic complications in Implantology;
Supportive treatment / prevention;
Evaluation, diagnosis and planning of rehabilitations with implants;
Practical treatment plan of the patients to operate,

Analysis of models, photographs and CBCT scans.

DAY 5 | Practical (patient surgeries)

Practice placing implants in patients.

DAY 6 | Practical (patient surgeries)

Practice placing implants in patients.