The goal of this course is to produce competent implantologists and / or teachers who shall be,
- Able to diagnose the situation and provide proper treatment to complete & partially edentulous patients.
- Knowledgeable in various implant surgical techniques (Single stage & Two Stage)
- In position to repair & restore the lost structure to maintain harmony between both the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity and facial structures
- Knowledgeable in the available materials
- Skillful to execute the treatment
- Able to asses the predictable long term results of an implant supported prosthesis.
- Able to manage complications which may arise after prosthodontic rehabilitation
- To place implants to replace lost natural dentition and associated structures of maxilla and mandible
- To restore functional ability, mastication, speech and esthetics
- To maintain patients health
- To educate the patient about the importance of periodic examination & to motivate him regarding the maintenance of the prosthesis.
- To acquire knowledge from historical perspective and to advance in the subject proper and related topics.
- To develop effective human approach skills
- To enhance their diagnostic, surgical and restorative skills to disseminate the acquired scientific knowledge of implant dentistry as one of the most advanced specialties
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES FOR EVERY STUDENT
SEMINARS: Minimum 5 seminars by each candidate
JOURNAL DISCUSSIONS: Minimum of 5 journal reviews by each candidate
PARTICIPATION: Minimum 2 Conferences or Interdepartmental meetings to enhance knowledge Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, Prosthodontics, Periodontics and Radiology
CLINICAL DISCUSSION: All the clinical cases require clinical discussion which may be brief or long.
OTHER ACTIVITIES: Basic Computer training and Photography.