AIC Basic Implant Course – Spring 2021 – Montreal

$3,500.00$7,000.00

Welcome to the world 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.

 

Limited space available. Social distancing in effect.
Maximum 20 participants only.

 

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Description


Welcome to the world 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. The AIC Implant Basic Course comprises of separate modules, which cover the basics of Implantology, prosthetic considerations as well as advanced 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 MODULE

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. The Basic 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.

What you will learn:

• Rationale for Dental Implants, Anatomy, Local Anesthesia & Pharmacology
• Diagnosis & Treatment Planning, Surgical Principles
• Atraumatic extraction & Socket grafting, Intro to CBCT & Radiology, and guided surgery
• Soft Tissue & Flap design, Suturing and GBR
• Soft Tissue considerations

2- PROSTHETIC MODULE

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.

What you will learn:

• Implant prosthetic components
• Prosthetic considerations for implant dentistry
• Implant occlusion
• Overdentures using locator abutments
• Implant prosthetic complications

 


PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Surgical Webinar Module 1 MAR 27 Rationale for Dental Implants, Treatment Planning, Case / Patient Selection Criteria, Anatomical considerations, Implant Selection & Placement
Diagnosis & Treatment Planning for best outcome, Ordre des Dentistes du Quebec guideline review, Local Anesthesia & Pharmacology, PT management & Medical emergencies
Implant components, Surgical principles, Armamentarium, Surgical technique, Intro to CBCT, Atraumatic Extraction & Socket Preservation, Guided Surgery & SimPlant
Soft Tissue management, Flap design, Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR), Knowledge of different membranes and bone materials, Soft Tissue considerations
Suturing materials, Basic suturing techniques (horizontal and vertical mattress), Management of Implant Complications
MAR 28
Prosthetic Webinar Module 2 APR 17 Prosthetically driven implant dentistry, Basic Implant prosthetic components
Types of restorations and prosthetic considerations for implant dentistry
Implant occlusion & implant prosthetic complications
Esthetic implant prosthesis, Esthetic considerations
APR 18
Prosthetic Hands-on Module 3 MAY 7 Different impression taking techniques,
Overdentures using locator abutments
Seating of Abutments/Crowns
MAY 8
(morning)
Surgical
Hands-on
MAY 8
(afternoon)
Surgical technique, Soft Tissue Management, Flap design, Soft Tissue considerations
Knowledge of different membranes and bone materials, GBR – Socket Preservation & Bone Grafting, Immediate Implants (+/- Grafting), Basic suturing techniques (horizontal and vertical mattress), Implant Motor & Surgical Kit, Implant Set-Up components, Implant Surgery, Drilling Sequence, Implant Torque, 1 Stage / 2 Stage Closure, Surgical Guides
MAY 9
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. Cecilia Aragon 
Education & Biography
• DDS Degree – Lima, Peru 
• Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery internship, University of Michigan 
• Master’s degree and certificate in Prosthodontics, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
• Clinical instructor – Schulich School of Dentistry 
• Holds an appointment at the London Health Science Centre 
• Member – Ontario Dental Association (ODA), Canadian Dental Association (CDA), Association of Prosthodontists of Canada, American College of Prosthodontics 
• Fellow – Royal College of Dentists of Canada and American Board of Prosthodontics. 



Dr. Zachary Papadikis
Education & Biography
· Doctorate degree New York University College of Dentistry - 1993 
· Prosthodontics and Occlusion and graduated as a Prosthodontist - 1995 
· 2-year CDE program at NYU for the Surgical and Prosthetic treatment of Dental Implants - 1999 
· Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University 
· Assistant Director of the 3rd year Advanced Implant Program 
· Director of Dental Implants at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC 
· Lectured nationally on Implant Dentistry, Removable and Fixed Prosthodontics 
· COI and AGD Fellowship Member



Dr. Nilesh Salgar 
Education & Biography
· D.D.S. degree from McGill University, Canada - 1994
· Diplomate – ICOI (International Congress of Oral Implantologists)
· Member – AACD (American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry)
· Member – AAID (American Academy of Implant Dentistry)
· Implant Fellowship – DentalXP
· Main Podium Speaker – AAID Northeast District Meeting - 2019
· Winner – American Academy of Implant Dentistry - AAID`s Got Talent - 2019
· Versah Osseodensification Course: Clinical Demonstrator (Montreal) - 2018 

70 CE Credits | Up to 3 Modules | 7 Days
All 3 Modules Tuition Fee: $7,000 + Tax 
Surgery Module - Only 35 CE Credits : $3500.00 + HST
Prosthetic Module -  Only 35 CE credits: $3500.00 + HST  

Limited space available.  Social Distancing in effect.
1:1 Ratio, hands-on equipment and materials
Maximum 20 participants only.
Time: Registration - 8:30am
      Course: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: TBD
Questions / Registrations:  
Contact: aiceducation@hiossen.ca | 647.239.7838

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