CADAVER SURGICAL TRAINING DAY
Wednesday 5th October 2016.
Newcastle Surgical Training Centre.
Only £399 (for SRRDG members)
This course is a one-day seminar with hands-on experience. It offers the unique opportunity for each participant to review head and neck anatomy pertinent for performing implant, oral and periodontal surgery. The objective of this course is to inform and assist each participant in achieving a higher level of clinical comfort with a range of soft tissue surgical procedures (free gingival grafts and harvesting connective tissue grafts), placement of dental implants, manipulation of surgical flaps and obtaining tension free surgical closure. There will be opportunity to open the maxillary sinus, ridge reduce and place distally angled implants as well as identification of nerves.
|08.30-09.15||Periodontal plastic surgery introduction [AS]|
|09.45-10.45||Connective tissue grafts (CTG)/ coronally advanced flaps (CAF)/ modified coronally advanced tunnel technique (MCAT) [AS]|
|11.00-12.00||Free gingival grafts (FGG) [AS]|
|12.00-12.30||Atraumatic tooth extraction [FN]|
|12.30-13.00||Immediate implant placement [FN]|
|14.15-14.45||Wound closure [FN]|
|15.30-15.45||Ridge reductions [RB]|
|15.45-16.30||All-on-4 implant placement [RB]|
|16.30-17.00||Anatomy exploration (maxillary sinus, mental nerve, lingual nerve, zygoma) [RB]|
At the end of the session participants will be able to:
- Identify the key anatomical landmarks that should be considered during soft tissue and implant surgery.
- Describe the practical stages required to perform a range of surgical procedures such as a frenectomy, free gingival graft, connective tissue grafts, and modified coronally advanced tunnel techniques.
- Explain the basic principles of implant placement techniques, including the ‘All-on-4’ concept.
Professor Anton Sculean
Chairman of the Department of Periodontology, University of Bern.
Anton Sculean, Prof. Dr. med. Dent., Dr. h.c., M.S. is chairman of the Department of Periodontology at the University of Berne. He has gained experience and knowledge working in clinics and research in many European countries. His impressive work was as well honored by a large variety of prizes. His main work and research areas are the periodontal wound healing, regenerative and plastic aesthetic periodontal ltherapy, minimal invasive therapy, oral biofilm and application of laser in the periodontology. He is as well part a many editorial board including Journal of Clinical Periodontology, Clinical Oral Implants Research and PERIO. He is author and co-author of more than 160 publications in peer reviewed journals and has hold over 200 presentation in national and international congresses.
Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Degree Programme Director for the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Implant Dentistry. Newcastle University.
Francis is a Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at Newcastle Dental Hospital and the School of Dental Sciences, Newcastle University. He trained in medicine followed by dentistry at St. Georges Hospital and University College, London University, before undertaking postgraduate training at the Eastman Dental Institute in London, and Newcastle University. He took up his Consultant post in 2000. Francis carries out both surgical and prosthodontic aspects of implant dentistry and leads the implant team in Newcastle responsible for service delivery and specialist clinical training. He is founder and Degree Programme Director of the Diploma in Clinical Implant Dentistry at Newcastle University, and examiner and board member for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, City Hospital Sunderland.
Rob graduated from Newcastle Dental School in 1992 and Newcastle Medical School in 1999 before completing surgical training. He works as a Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Sunderland Royal Hospital. Rob has been involved in all aspects of implantology for over 20 years. Currently providing all aspects of implant dentistry as well as bone augmentation and sinus lifting, he has a particular interest in immediate loading of implants and zygomatic implants. These interests have come together in the provision of ‘All-on-4® Treatment Concept’.
Matthew Garnett (Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Newcastle Dental Hospital)
Ailsa Nicol (Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Newcastle Dental Hospital)
Margaret Corson (Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Newcastle Dental Hospital)
- Intensive one day course
- High faculty-to-participant ratio
- Places available for 18 delegates (SRRDG members given preference)
- Participants will work in pairs, sharing a specimen
- Lunch and all refreshments included
How to sign up?
- Preference will be given to SRRDG members.
- Please register your interest in this course during the conference registration process.
- After the 1st June, any remaining places will be allocated to any non-SRRDG members who have registered interest.
- If you are successful in obtaining a place on this course you will need to pay by the 30th June. Instructions will be emailed to those allocated a place.
- This course starts at 8am prompt and therefore we would advise arriving in Newcastle the night before.
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