Course Overview -
Three day hands-on course to enable GDP’s to successfully carry out implant restorative therapy. 21hrs CPD verifiable.
Aims & Objectives -
Introducing dental implants safely into daily general practice. Three day hands-on course for the General Dental Practitioner (GDP). This programme covers the restorative element of dental implant therapy. It is aimed at beginners who have little or no experience in implant therapy.
- To Enable the GDP to assess patients who need dental implant treatment
- Enable the GDP to successfully carry out Implant restorative therapy which includes single and multiple restorations including Implant retained dentures
- To provide the GDP with knowledge and skills to monitor and maintain dental implants in general dental practice
History of Dental Implants
Dental Implant Market in UK
Marketing your practice
Assessment of the Patient & Discussion of Treatment Planning
Introduction to Implant Prosthodontics
Materials for Fixed Prosthodontic Therapy
Hands on Impression taking for single and multiple units
Prevention of Problems
Maintenance of Dental Implants in Practice
Images of Course Techniques
Course Presentation - Sample Slides
Book this course
Introduction to Implant Restorative Therapy – 21hrs CPD
Course Cost & CPD Hours
This course provides the GDC outcomes A & C for education and learning. All dental professionals must complete a total of 50 hrs per annum. All of our courses are verifiable and structured to enhance your learning experience with real case studies.
COST : £995
Verifiable CPD = 21 hrs
Course delegates 10 maximum
Dates & Venue
Birmingham Periodontal & Implant Centre, 115 Court Oak Road, Birmingham, B17 9AA
Case studies that may interest you......
Restoring the appearance of the soft tissues surrounding implants is one of the most difficult aesthetic challenges in modern dentistry. While perhaps less obvious than the hard, white surfaces of teeth and restorations, the presence and condition of the gingiva greatly modifies the overall result
We often talk about optimising the soft tissue around dental implants. It is widely recognised as an important part of implant treatment and clinicians are constantly advancing their capabilities and experience in the field in order to achieve ever-better outcomes for their patients.