The course aims to enable the student to correctly diagnose, plan and perform oral rehabilitation using dental implants.
After transmitting all the theoretical knowledge necessary for the correct execution of implant placement surgery, after the practice of theoretical concepts in artificial and animal models, the students will have the opportunity to perform several surgeries on patients and carry out several stages of prosthetic rehabilitation.
The topics will range from the evolution of implants, bone physiology, anatomy applied to implantology, surgical and prosthetic material, incisions and sutures, diagnosis and treatment plan, step-by-step implant surgery, guided surgery, failure and complications, bone regeneration and tissues.
Support and follow-up are provided to each student after the course.
The course is limited to 6 students who will work in groups of 2. Each group of 2 will be able to put at least 10 implants.