Master the art and science of dental implantology.
Learn through experience and become a true implant expert.
Carefully and expertly designed, from base theories to supervised surgeries, our mentors guide you through it all. This AIC Implant Master Program comprises of two separate modules, which cover the basics of Implantology, prosthetic considerations as well as surgical techniques. This course enables you to stand out in the crowd, work along side your colleagues and mentors, and make Implantology a mainstay of your practice.
1- BASIC MASTER
Tailored to meet the needs of the clinicians of tomorrow.
Learn the tools to incorporate implant dentistry into your practice.
In today’s day and age, oral Implantology has become a highly sought-after modality. For this reason, it is imperative that most Dentists include it among services offered for their patients. Basic Masters Module has been designed to facilitate both new and experienced implanters. It builds upon the basic implant knowledge from the ground up and introduces clinicians to the latest in techniques and technology in the implant industry. This carefully formulated program comprises many hands-on sessions including pig jaw surgeries and dry model workshops, to impart to our clinicians the scientific methods they need to use with their patients. The teaching process is both mentor and participant-centric with didactic discussions and mentored live surgeries to etch the new techniques each doctor will learn.
- 7 days of specialized lectures
- Up to 14 Hands-on exercises
- 2 Live surgeries per participant *
What you will learn: • Anatomical considerations and implant selection • Patient selection and patient education • Radiographic analysis and CBCT manipulation • Treatment planning for the best outcome • Know your surgical drill kit and surgical armamentarium • Flap design and soft tissue management • Implant placement on mandibular • Introduction to immediate implant placement • Socket preservation and basic GBR • Impression and restorative techniques • Implant maintenance and patient education
2- PROSTHETIC MASTER
Understand the concepts behind reverse treatment planning.
Learn about ideal occlusal design and management of complications.
Implantology has grown into a highly sought-after skill in today’s world. With growing demand, patient expectations from their clinicians have reached a new high. For this reason, Implantology has evolved into a prosthesis driven industry as opposed to the surgery driven specialty of the old days. With this prosthetic design module, we aim to teach our doctors the fundamentals of implant success through ideal prosthesis design. Consisting of several hands-on workshops, this course introduces participants to several types of prostheses, their design and treatment planning to give their patients the best possible visible results. After all, it is all about what can be seen.
- 6 days of specialized lectures
- Up to 9 Hands-on exercises
- Mentorship from a prosthodontist
What you will learn: • Prosthesis driven implant dentistry • Prosthetic design and occlusion • Types of prostheses • Determine early v/s delayed loading • Digital dentistry • Esthetic considerations • Avoid and overcome prosthetic complications • Locator/Bar overdentures
Founded in 2000, AIC Education has been training more than 37,000 doctors and issued over 400,000 CE Credits, and has become one of the world’s leading dental implant training institutes in the world. Learn from our mentors: Dr. Brian Ho, DDS DDS Degree at Western University in London, Ontario General Practice Residency at the University at Buffalo Dr. Zachary Papadakis, DDS Certified Specialist in Prosthodontics New York University College of Dentistry
CE Credits: 105 Credits Option 1: $4,000 + tax (lecture) Option 2: $5,500 + tax (lecture + live surgery* + loaner kit) Dates: Basic Master: Sep 19-21 | Oct 17-19 Nov 28-30 Prosthetic Master: Feb 7-9 | Mar 6-8 Time: 9am-5pm Location: AIC Education Training Center | 123-8337 Eastlake Drive, Burnaby, BC, V5A 4W2 Contact: email@example.com | 604.353.1335 Registration, Cancellation and CE Credits Policies