The Core Courses are listed below and they reflect the current philosophy of training in Implant Dentistry for qualified dentists.
Lectures and Seminars:
- Applied Head and Neck Anatomy
- Integrated Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology and Radiology
- History and Types of Implants
- Perio-Prosthodontic Seminars
- Surgical and Prosthetic Seminars
- Treatment Planning Seminars
- Pharmacology in Implant Dentistry
- Photography in Dentistry
- Literature Reviews
Laboratory and Clinical Sessions:
- Implant Surgery
- Implant Prosthodontics
- Implant Laboratory Sessions
- Implant Clinics
A dentist who successfully completes this Diploma Course would have acquired the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to:
- Determine the most suitable or preferred implant treatment for the patient and therefore plan all the stages of treatment and bring them to a successful completion.
- Discuss and communicate effectively with the patient pointing out the benefits of the preferred proposed implant treatment.
- Carry out any implant procedures at may be required to augment any deficient sites within the competency of the general dentist.
- Carry out the surgical and restorative phases of the implant rehabilitation, thereby, giving the patient the esthetic and functional restorations of excellent quality.
- Follow up and maintain the treatment that has been completed for the patient.