Clinical MastersTM Program in Advanced Implant Esthetics

Heidelberg: TBA, Como: TBA, Barcelona: TBA, a total of 11 days on location + online learning

Live surgery and hands-on with the masters in their own institutes plus online mentoring and on-demand learning at your own pace and location.

Learn from the very best:

Fabio-Scutella

Fabio Scutellà

Received his DDS degree (1991) from the University of Messina, Italy.

Xavier-Vela-Nebot

Xavier Vela Nebot

Degrees in Dentistry and Medicine from the University of Barcelona (UB). Private practice in Barcelona, with exclusive dedication to implantology…

Xavier-Rodriguez

Xavier Rodríguez Ciurana

Degrees in Medicine and Surgery from Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB). Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Doctor of…

Tiziano-Testori

Tiziano Testori

Dr. Testori received his MD degree (1981), DDS degree (1984), and Speciality in Orthodontics (1986) from University of Milan, Italy.

Javier-Perez

Javier Pérez

Technical Specialist in Dental prosthesis. Qualified “ Santa Apolonia School”. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Laboratory director “ Técnica Dental Studio…

Matteo-Invernizzi

Matteo Invernizzi

Received his DDS degree (1999) from University of Ferrara (Italy). Senior lecturer at Lake Como Institute® Advanced Implant Training Center

Olaf-Daum

Olaf Daum

Dr. Daum graduated at the Heidelberg University in 1998. He runs a private practice in Leimen, Germany since 2001. In…

Marius-Steigmann

Marius Steigmann

Dr. Marius Steigmann graduated in Dental Medicine in Neumarkt in 1987. He completed his studies at the University of Boston…

Heidelberg Session

Dates to be confirmed

Olaf-Daum

Olaf Daum

Marius-Steigmann

Marius Steigmann

  • Soft tissue tension free closure – step by step
  • Tension free flap adaptation – multiple options
  • Suturing techniques with and against tension
  • Adequate soft tissue manipulation for thin and thick biotype
  • Improve soft tissue thickness
  • Gain soft tissue elasticity
  • Create keratinized gingiva
  • Incision in the aesthetic zone
  • Different flapdesigns
    • for the aesthetic zone
    • for GBR
    • for soft tissue improvement
    • for creating keratinized gingiva
    • for gaining soft tissue elasticity
  • EBF aesthetic buccal flap, roll flap, pedicular flap and soft tissue uncovering techniques
  • Advanced suturing techniques
  • Hands-On for flap design in the aesthetic zone
  • Incision and suturing on pig jaws
  • Aesthetic soft tissue surgery
  • Papilllae maintenance
  • Papillae reconstruction
  • Papillary illusion
  • Abutment design for ideal soft tissue support
  • Pontic design for aesthetic soft tissue development
  • Emergence profile design for crown and abutment
  • Different Wax-ups modalities
  • AestheticTry-ins for different therapeutical phases
  • Crown margin definition
  • Gingiva-management with temps and Mock ups
  • Hands-On on models
  • Strategy and procedures on Prosthetic implant planning
  • Abutment selection single tooth (chairside & lab side)
  • abutment selection multiple implants
  • special double cast preparation for soft tissue development in the aesthetic zone

Como Session

Dates to be confirmed

Fabio-Scutella

Fabio Scutellà

Tiziano-Testori

Tiziano Testori

Matteo-Invernizzi

Matteo Invernizzi

Sinus elevation surgery has become an indispensable part of the practice of implant surgery, periodontics, and oral surgery.

Procedures have evolved during the last 30 years to a point where sinus grafting surgery is considered the most successful augmentation procedure performed today and the survival rate of implants placed in grafted sinus is comparable to implants placed in the non-grafted posterior maxilla.

The sinus elevation procedure is still evolving today due to the development of new surgical techniques and new biomimetic technologies.

The course will present sinus elevation surgery and possible alternatives to sinus surgery. Anatomic models will be utilized to give participants a hands-on introduction to the lateral window approach. The hands-on experience will also include both traditional rotary and piezoelectric surgical techniques.

Multiple video presentations and live surgery will enable participants to realistically experience sinus elevation surgery.

The course will present both evidence-based and new state-of-the-art techniques.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify predictable clinical indications
  • Determine the contraindications
  • Understand the pre-prosthetic diagnostic phase
  • Identify the step-by-step surgical/prosthetic procedures in treating edentulous and partially edentulous patients
  • Understand how to improve the practice by means of efficient procedures

Efficient modern treatment plans: Immediate Loading

  • Diagnosis and prosthetically-guided planning in edentulous and partially edentulous patients
  • The clinical benefits of surgical guides
  • Selection of the most appropriate implant system for immediate loading
  • Surgical procedures: step-by-step approach and video session
  • Prosthetic procedures: step-by-step approach and video session
  • Timing of prosthetic finalization
  • Improve the professional practice by means of efficient procedures
  • Diagnosis and treatment of complications

Efficient modern treatment plans: Immediate Loading

  • Clinical case presentation
  • Live surgery
  • Immediate load case
  • Workshop:
    • Implant site preparation to achieve high primary stability
    • The use of different types of implants
    • Instruments that verify primary stability

Contemporary treatment of the atrophic posterior maxilla: maxillary sinus surgery and alternative treatments

Sinus elevation surgery has become an indispensable part of the practice of implant surgery, periodontics, and oral surgery. Procedures have evolved during the last 30 years to a point where sinus grafting surgery is considered the most successful augmentation procedure performed today and the survival rate of implants placed in grafted sinus is comparable to implants placed in the non-grafted posterior maxilla. The sinus elevation procedure is still evolving today due to the development of new surgical techniques and new biomimetic technologies. This two–day course will be held by leading sinus elevation experts involved in clinical practice, teaching, and research activities. The two-day course will present sinus elevation surgery and possible alternatives to sinus surgery. Anatomic models will be utilized to give participants a hands-on introduction to the lateral window approach. This hands-on experience will include both traditional rotary techniques and piezoelectric surgical techniques. Multiple video presentations and live surgery will enable participants to realistically experience sinus elevation surgery. The course will present both evidence-based and new state-of-the-art techniques.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand surgical anatomy to prevent complications and achieve optimal results
  • Understand the rationale for correct preoperative planning
  • Understand the selection of grafting materials
  • Conduct step-by-step surgery techniques
  • Anatomy of the maxillary sinus
  • Evidence-based decision making about implant surfaces, graft materials and membranes
  • Pre-surgery diagnosis
  • Clinical indications and contraindications
  • Lateral window and transcrestal technique:
    • Conventional technique with videos
    • Piezoelectric technique with videos
    • Diagnosis and management of post-op infections

Contemporary treatment of the atrophic posterior maxilla: maxillary sinus surgery and alternative treatments

Sinus elevation surgery has become an indispensable part of the practice of implant surgery, periodontics, and oral surgery. Procedures have evolved during the last 30 years to a point where sinus grafting surgery is considered the most successful augmentation procedure performed today and the survival rate of implants placed in grafted sinus is comparable to implants placed in the non-grafted posterior maxilla. The sinus elevation procedure is still evolving today due to the development of new surgical techniques and new biomimetic technologies. This two–day course will be held by leading sinus elevation experts involved in clinical practice, teaching, and research activities. The two-day course will present sinus elevation surgery and possible alternatives to sinus surgery. Anatomic models will be utilized to give participants a hands-on introduction to the lateral window approach. This hands-on experience will include both traditional rotary techniques and piezoelectric surgical techniques. Multiple video presentations and live surgery will enable participants to realistically experience sinus elevation surgery. The course will present both evidence-based and new state-of-the-art techniques.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand surgical anatomy to prevent complications and achieve optimal results
  • Understand the rationale for correct preoperative planning
  • Understand the selection of grafting materials
  • Conduct step-by-step surgery techniques
  • Alternative treatments (short implants, tilted implants, trans-sinus implants)
  • Live surgery
    • Clinical case with lateral window technique
  • Workshop on didactic model:
    • Lateral window technique with conventional approach and Piezoelectric technique

Barcelona Session

Dates to be confirmed

Xavier-Vela-Nebot

Xavier Vela Nebot

Xavier-Rodriguez

Xavier Rodríguez Ciurana

Javier-Perez

Javier Pérez

100C.E.Credits

Heidelberg: TBA, Como: TBA, Barcelona: TBA,
a total of 11 days on location + online learning.

Tel: +32 486 920 435 (WhatsApp) / Email: request@tribunecme.com

Course fee:
€4000 per session
€11900 for the entire program

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