curriculum 1

BAII Implant continuum Course Scope:

This hands-on, comprehensive, 10 months course (3 days a month) will provide course attendees with the knowledge, understanding and skill sets to immediately incorporate implant dentistry into their practice. This course will focus on live demonstrations, as well as placement and restoration of implants by attendees on pre-selected patients.

CE Units:

250 CE Units will be provided at the end of the course through the Dental Board of California. Implant Assistants will also receive 250 CE Units.

Program Highlights:

  • Lectures
  • Hands-on Clinical Experience, animal specimen/ Lab workshop and live patients’ surgeries
  • Case Reviews

SURGICAL IMPLANT DENTISTRY CURRICULUM

CREATING AN IMPLANT PRACTICE

  • Implant dentistry Fundamentals
  • Implant Design and components , Indications and contraindications

Course Topics:

  • Developing an “implant” practice and Interdisciplinary team building
  • Team Training and setting up a successful implant practice
  • Classification of implant surgical/prosthetic procedures, developed by the Swiss Society of Implant Dentistry (i.e. Straightforward, Advanced and Complex) – basic vs complex cases
  • Historical development of implants, biologic basis , biomaterials and osseointegration
  • Manufacturer specific implants, armamentarium, components , surgical protocols, design characteristics
  • Manufacturer specific components associated with implant restorations
  • Lab co-ordination and success of restorations

PATIENT SELECTION, PATIENT EDUCATION, DOCUMENTATION, AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Course Objectives:

  • Criteria for selecting patients for implant treatment
  • Criteria for determining the types of patients and “basic” cases that are appropriate for clinicians with little or no surgical implant experience
  • Requirements and goals for patient education, informed consent, informed refusal and documentation
  • Risk management protocols, including staff training and malpractice insurance needs

Course Topics:

  • Clinical assessment of implant placement and limitations
  • The main implant options available and their indications and contraindications
  • The risk/difficulty factors for implants in the various zones in the mouth and referral criteria and case selection for difficult implant cases
  • The duty to refer: ethical, standard of care and legal rationale
  • An overview of the informed consent process, informed refusal and documentation
  • A review of the standard of care as it relates to health history data and forms, including situations that would require medical clearance for surgery
  • Guidelines for use of, and keeping current with relevant forms (i.e. consent forms, health history, etc)
  • Documentation with risk management • The legal and ethical considerations

DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT PLANNING, RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES AND PRE-SURGICAL WORK-UP

Course Objectives:

  • Understanding of surgical anatomy and radiological examinations Knowledge of options for diagnostic and planning tools and pre-surgical work up, including the use, fabrication and limitations of surgical stents/guides
  • Criteria for surgical and prosthetic treatment planning options for various indications

Course Topics:

  • The surgical anatomy of the maxilla and mandible, as well as the pathological and non-pathological processes that may occur in the maxilla and mandible
  • Radiology systems and image analysis radiography of the mandible and maxilla, and how to interpret the findings from radiological examinations
  • Recognizing that the standard of care is dynamic, a review of current diagnostic and planning tools including 3D cone beam imaging, and alternative implant systems
  • Surgical and prosthetic treatment planning options for various indications
  • A discussion on the importance of pre-surgical work-up, including stents (use, fabrication and limitations), computer guided surgery and/or other tools that can be utilized to insure success and minimize outcome and patient risk

FUNDAMENTAL SURGICAL PROCEDURES, ANESTHESIA AND STERILE PROTOCOLS

Course Objectives:

  • Impact of bone morphology and anatomy on implant placement
  • Considerations with anesthesia
  • Techniques for surgical extractions for bone preservation
  • Techniques for flap design, primary closure, suturing, drilling systems
  • Techniques for surgical implant placement (basic cases)
  • Surgical sterile protocols and implant success

SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR BASIC CASES (SURGICAL MODEL WORK)

Suggest:

  • Hands-on Model Work, Cadavers, Observation of Live Surgery, and Where Possible Placement in Patients

Recommend:

  • Additional Observations of Live Surgery with a Surgical Specialist (mentor) Following the Course
  • Single posterior implant case
  • Two posterior implants (basic case)
  • Two mandibular implants for overdenture
  • Following the surgeries, presentation of completed cases and discussion of planned restorative treatment (with modifications if needed)

COMPLICATIONS, LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS:

Recommend:

  • Complications prevention, early recognition and evaluation , documentation, imaging, radiography testing and legalities.
  • Prevention and treatment of complications morphological and medical history related
  • Management and treatment of implant failures and defects
  • Criteria for timely referral of complications to a surgical specialist
  • Regular evaluation of the healing and/or periodontal status, implant integration, neurological or sinus status, imaging evaluation, and patient overall status
  • The long-term management of surgical implant patients, including soft tissue analysis, status of the bone and function

OVERVIEW OF ADVANCED AND COMPLEX SURGICAL PROCEDURES AND PROSTHETIC TREATMENT OPTIONS SUGGESTED

Course Objectives:

  • Indications for bone grafting and sinus lift procedures
  • Special considerations for anterior implant placement
  • Complex prosthetic procedures

Course Topics:

  • Indications for bone grafting, soft tissue grafting and site preparation; types of grafting materials and techniques
  • Overview of sinus lift procedures
  • Overview of special considerations for anterior implant placement, including side by side implants vs. cantilevers, and soft tissue manipulations and procedures to enhance final esthetic results
  • Overview of advanced and complex prosthetic procedures, such as extraction and immediate implant placement

50-100 implants simple cases Complex Implant procedures: Sinus lifts, ridge splits, complex grafting

Pre-requisite: Basic implant knowledge of simple to complex fixed and restorative options.

  • An understanding of advanced restorative procedures
  • Recognition of technical and cosmetic limitations of implant dentistry in certain situations. Lastly, we should remember that this training is designed to allow the patient to safely receive a dental implant that can be expected to last for an exceptional period of time, and be informed completely of why failure can occur plus exceptionally accurate presentation of their individual risks. If this cannot be done then the case by definition is not a “basic” surgical case and should be referred to a specialist.

One Day Lectures

  • Course Date(s): 01/10/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/1 Creating an Implant Practice

  • Course Desc:
    • Implant dentistry Fundamentals
    • Developing an "Implant" practice and Interdisciplinary team building
    • Team Training and setting up a successful implant practice
    • Classification of implant surgical/prosthetic procedures, developed by the Swiss Society of Implant Dentistry (i.e. Straightforward, Advanced and Complex) - basic vs complex cases
    • Historical development of implants, biologic basis, biomaterials and osseointegration
  • $650 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 02/07/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/02 Treatment Planning in Implant Dentistry

  • Course Desc
    • Treatment Planning: Single Tooth Implant,Partially Edentulous, & Fully Edentulous What to do on the initial visit?
    • The main implant options available and their indications and contraindications
    • Case selection,Insurance codes,Financial arrangements. Implant treatment checklist, Verbal skills for implant consults
    • A review of standard of Care , patient education, informed consent, informed refusal and documentation
  • $650 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 03/13/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Hands on Title Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/03 Ultimate PRF COURSE By Dr choukroun

  • Course Desc
    • The concept of PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin)
    • Properties and indications a fibrin clot containing the majority of the platelets and white blood cells.

$850 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 04/10/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Hands on workshop
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/4 CBCT & Radiographic/Surgical Guide

  • Course:
    • practice fabrication of a radiographic/surgical guide
    • CBCT interpretation and Planning Implant placement
  • $650 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 05/08/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/05 Pre-Implant Grafting

    Objectives of this lecture is for participants to: 1.have the knowledge of all grafting options and the most appropriate for each condition 2. build the technical skills to perform simple and intermediate grafting

  • Course Desc:
    • Hands on workshop on typodonts with internal sinus lift kits , Ridge Expansion kits

$1250 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 06/12/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/06 Implant Surgical Placement

  • Course Desc:
    • Understanding Osseotomy techniques in different bone qualities
    • Appreciate anatomical structures in the maxilla and mandible
    • Overview of surgical placement kits 4. Management of implant
    • Hands on workshop on typodonts
    • Manufacturer specific implants, armamentarium, components , surgical protocols, design characteristics
    • Manufacturer specific components associated with implant restorations

$850 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 08/07/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/08 Implant Restorative Options

  • Course Desc:
    • Uncovery, Attached gingiva for adequate Soft tissues. .Impression taking Open tray vs closed tray
    • Implant level & Abutment level
    • Prefab vs custom Abutments, Cemented vs Screw retained

$650 8 units , ADACERP

  • Course Date(s): 09/11/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/09 Occlusion, delivery and maintenance of implant restorations

  • Course Desc:
    • Understand all occlusal concepts and variations in implant dentistry
    • techniques to deliver cement retained versus screw retained restorations
    • hygiene department protocols for dental implants
    • The long-term management of surgical implant patients, including soft tissue analysis, status of the bone and function

$650 8 units , ADACERP

  • Course Date(s): 10/16/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/10 Endo vs. Implant

  • Course Desc:
    • Mastering the art endodontics diagnosis
    • decision making process to save versus extracting teeth
    • Differential diagnosis of odotogenic/Fcaial pain

$650 8 units , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 11/06/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture and Participation
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020/11 Implant surgical and Restorative Complications

  • Course Desc:
    • Prevention, recognition, and management of surgical and prosthetic complications.
    • Management and Treatment of implant failures and defects

$650 8 units , ADA CERP

Below are the 1 year continuum Options

  • Course Date(s): 01/01/2020 To 11/30/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture , Hands on Workshops and CLINICAL ( live surgeries)
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Institute Continuum:

    2020 Level 1

  • Course Desc:

    10 months continuum, each month/didactic & clinical(1 Friday and 2 Saturdays) Implants Placement from Basic to advanced level Master suturing technique Ridge & socket presentation Fixture Level Impressions No implant dentistry required

$22,500 240 CE UNITS , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 01/01/2020 To 11/30/2020
  • Course Type: Lecture/ Hands on workshops and CLINICAL ( live surgeries)
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Continuum:

    2020 Level 2

  • Course Desc:

    Full mouth implant Placement. PRF Technique & Procedures. Sinus Lifts. & Ridge Splits. Titanium Mesh & Bone Reconstruction Techniques. Pre-requisites: Prior implant dentistry

$32,500 260 CE UNITS , ADA CERP

  • Course Date(s): 01/01/2020 To 11/30/2020
  • Course Type: Lectures, and Hands on workshops ( no clinical - live surgeries )
  • Title: Bay Area Implant Continuum:

    2020 Level 1

  • Course Desc:

    10 months continuum, each month/didactic and participation on typodonts and pig jaws. Implants Placement from Basic to advanced level Master suturing technique Ridge & socket presentation Fixture Level Impressions No implant dentistry required

$6500 80 CE units, ADA CERP

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