Provider: California Implant Institute
September 14, 2020 - September 19, 2020 San Diego - California 4710 Ruffner Street Suite B , San Diego, CA, 92111
48 Credits N/A
Implement step-by-step implant surgical protocols on live patients under the direction of Dr. Louie Al-Faraje and staff.
Accelerate your learning curve to transition from classroom to surgically placing implants in your office with predictability.
Increase your knowledge and skill in the areas of flap design, implant placement, bone grafting, and suturing techniques.
Each doctor will place multiple implants (on average each attendee places 8 -12 or more implants)
Assist with multiple implants (as doctors are divided into groups of 2, each doctor in addition to placing around 8 -12 implants, he or she will assist his or her partner in placing his or her 8 -12 implants as well).
Use the latest technology (PiezoSurgery machines and CO2 laser are available for use by attendees)
Completion of any of these three programs fulfills the Fellowship requirements for the ICOI
Basic to Intermediate Implant Surgery Course Curriculum
Each doctor will place surgically 8-12 implants
Each doctor will assist his or her partner with his or her 8-12 implants (Doctors divided into groups of 2)
Doctors will work on flap techniques (one-wall, 2-wall, and 3-wall flaps are performed multiple times every day)
For implant placement program, implants are placed in edentulous and in immediate extraction socket. So doctors experience both techniques
Alveoloplasty also is an implant placement program procedure. At least one patient for every doctor will be in need of alveoloplasty (with or without full-arch extractions)
Doctors will also work on their suturing techniques
Some of the highlights of the program for both implant placement and bone grafting is the 3-4 hours of treatment planning each morning
Lecture material and surgical DVDs are provided for implant placement program participants before the program to enhance the learning experience