Restorative Implant Dentistry

Course Summary

Details to follow shortly

Enhance your restorative skills and learn how to treatment plan and restore implants

It is generally accepted that dental implants should be considered as a treatment option to replace missing teeth.

Learn how to plan and restore implants so that it becomes an every day option for you when treatment planning the patients in your practice.

5 full-day intensive course from September 2015 to May 2016 on a Saturday.  The full course counts as 40 hours CPD

This course acts as a superb introduction to dental implants covering treatment planning, overview of placement and detailed theory and practical skills for restoring them and medico-legal aspects you should know.

This course is for you if you want to enhance your restorative skills including restorative implant treatment

Expand your horizons and add implants to the treatment you can offer your patients.

Topics covered are:


  • Overview of the dental implant – building confidence offering implants to patients
  • Case selection, assessment and treatment planning
  • Informed consent and medico-legal aspects of implant dentistry

Practical Workshop: Treatment planning – cases and discussion / Communication skills – how to ‘talk implants’ to patients / Marketing


  • Aesthetic considerations
  • Use of post extraction provisional restoration to effect aesthetic outcome
  • Implant design
  • Complications
  • Peri-implant interface

Practical Workshop: Review of cases being planned, letter writing, assessment forms, investigations


  • Restoring implants
  • Impression technique
  • Restoration design

Practical Workshop: Impression techniques – open and closed tray techniques; Use of restorative components – healing caps, provisional implant restorations, abutments; Review of cases being planned


  • Occlusion – basic principles
  • Occlusion – in implant dentistry
  • Planning and sequencing

Practical Workshop: Correct use of articulators – centric relation recording, occlusal prescription – talking to the laboratory; Facebow records – Denar Slidematic, Kols facila analyser; Review of cases being planned


  • Overdentures – planning, sequencing, components; Full mouth cases – when to refer

Practical Workshop: Review of cases being planned

Expand your horizons and add implants to the treatment you can offer your patients

Please click here to download our brochure and booking form



Like this post? Share it on these platformsTweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on Tumblr

Newsletter Sign-up

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required