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17 Immutable Laws in Implant Dentistry

2hrs 6mins Verifiable CPD, 9 Modules, 21 Learning Resources.

Course Summary

This excellent presentation by Professor Barbosa and colleagues covers in great detail the “Laws” of Implant Dentistry. This course is designed to help both experienced practitioners and also those who are just starting in implant surgery.

The course is packed full of useful resources, videos and easy to follow explanations of each of the essential principles needed for successful implant placement.

Speaker Profile

This course is brought to you by Periospot who specialise in postgraduate training in Aesthetics, Implantology, Periodontolgy and Endodontics.

Francisco Barbosa graduated from the University of Alfonso X El Sabio, Madrid, Spain in 2004. Now he is an oral surgeon specialising in digital implant dentistry with a private practice in Barcelona. He also graduated with an MBA in 2015 where he founded Periospot, an online platform offering interactive learning content for dentists.

4everlearning members can benefit from earning verifiable CPD from a selection of the Periospot created courses on our learning platform.

Learning Content

Overview of 17 concepts in implant dentistry. The concepts covered include:
– The required papillary height between implants.
– How to select the correct abutment when an aesthetic restoration is performed.
– Why bone loss happens when an implant is placed and how to address this.
– When Alveolar ridge preservation should be used.
– The ideal 3D implant position.
– How to create space between the implant and the buccal bone wall.

Aims & Objectives

Provide dental clinicians with an overview of the im-mutable core concepts in implant dentistry to help them improve their protocols and daily practices.
Provide clinicians with different articles, books and other documents to help them take informed decisions and consider the pros and cons of all approaches and techniques in the area of implantology.

Development Outcomes

C. Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice.

D. Maintenance of skills, behaviours and attitudes which maintain patient confidence in you and the dental profession and put patients’ interests first.

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