Comprehensive advanced and basic implant module

Condensed basic and advanced implant course including sinus lifting , socket preservation or immediate placement during the course and platelets concentrates preparation during the course

This practical program is developed to enable the clinician to acquire the knowledge and confidence to be able to enter to the implant word in their clinic with lack of fear

Each participant will learn step-by-step implant procedures with different techniques to obtain a predictable result

Date: 11th of February 2018

Topics Covered

•Patient selection: Medical considerations- Clinical Examination ( intra and extra oral)-Radiographic examination- Cast examination

•Treatment plan: Prosthetic options-estimation of ridge width-Surgical template-Implant selection-Provisional planning –financial considerations-patient information

•Anatomical considerations: Mandible-Maxilla

•Surgical techniques: loading protocols-patient preparation-instrumentation-anesthesia techniques-Flap techniques-implant insertion-suturing-post operative care-immediate implant placement-immediate loading-Flapless surgery

•Soft tissue management: Incisional techniques- preservation of the papillae-Excisional techniques

•Impression techniques: Implant level impression ( transfer –pickup)-abutment level impression

•Prosthodontic procedures: Emergence profile- Abutment selection-cement retained prosthesis-screw retained prosthesis-restoration of single tooth implant- Multiple tooth restoration-combined natural tooth/implant-screw loosening problems

•Treatment of edentulous ridge: diagnosis-treatment plan-fixed full arch bridge construction-implant supported overdenture (ball-bar and clip)

•Implant Supported Overdenture

•Failures, complications, and maintenance: integration failure-positional failure

–biomechanical failure

- complications during 1st stage surgery

-complications during 2nd stage surgery

-complications after prosthesis placement

-maintenance for full arch removable prosthesis

-maintenance for full arch fixed prosthesis

-home hygiene.

•Sinus Floor Elevation: Anatomy, pathology internal and external sinus lift protocols

•The use of growth factors in enhancing dental implant treatment

Practical work

6 implant including

-Basic implant placement technique (2 implants)

-Bone expansion (1 Implant )

-Immediate placement or socket preservation (1 implant)

-External sinus lifting

-Internal sinus lifting

-Preparation of PRF and sticky bone

Work Shops

- Implant components

- Implant placement in models

- Different impression techniques

- Sinus lifting

Course director:


Accreditation :

ESOI designates this activity for 160 continuing education credits.

ESOI is an ADA CERP provider

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

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Combined basic and advanced

16000 EGP For Egyptians

2450$ for non-Egyptians

- Fees including:

Required bone grafts, membranes, and implants.

Contact :


Learning Objectives:

How to choose the right patient for the implant treatment.

Conducting treatment plan for each implant case.

Different surgical protocols for implant placement.

Different prosthetic options and impression techniques.

Failures, its causes and how to manipulate it.

Sinus lifting techniques

different types of platelets concentrates 


Alexandria, Egypt

Who should attend

Post graduated dentists

Refund Policy:

- Only refund in the same form of currency used for registration of the course.

- We require identification and ESOI receipt when accepting refunds.

Total Refund in case:

The course does not begin on the agreed commencement date.

The course ceases to be provided at any time after it commences but before it is completed.

If the candidate cancels before the commencement date of a course and requests a refund 4 weeks or

more prior to the course commencement.

Partial Refund in case:

2 weeks up to 4 weeks cancellation prior to the course commencement, ESOI will deduct 250 EGP out of

the deposit paid.

If cancellation is on the starting dates of the course then refund will be 50% of the deposit paid.

No Refund in case:

- A student not commencing a course on the agreed start date.

- If a candidate wants to cancel after attending 2 sessions from the course, no refund will be issued.

- Violation of ESOI Polices

General Rules:

- In a case of course withdrawal following a leave of absence, the candidate should submit an appropriate

withdrawal form or any supporting documentation along with refund application.

The refund will be processed within 28 days of the written request being received by the Treasurer