Courses Offered

General Dentistry Courses – 60 Days

F
OR SETTING UP NEW CLINICS AND FOR CORPORATE HOSPITALS

PROSTHODONTIC COURSE
ENDODONTIC COURSE
BASIC IMPLANTOLOGY
PEDODONTIC COURSE

Management of Pedodontic patients
• Clinical setup
• Psychological management
• Behavioural modification
• General anaesthesia

Treatment modalities
• Preventive
• Fluoride application
• Pit and fissure sealants
• Restorative
• Diagnosis
• Endodontic care
• Pulpotomy
• Pulpectomy
• Stainless steel crowns

PERIODONTIC COURSES

• Case selection
• Radiographic assessment and management of periodontal cases

CLINICAL EMERGENCIES AND MANAGMENT

Endodontic Course

D
URATION: Regular course (3 days for 5 weeks)/ short course (3 full days)

 

Introduction to root canal morphology
Diagnosis & access preparation
Working length determination
Canal disinfection irrigants ,medicaments
Cleaning and shaping & canal disinfection
Obturation -lateral condensation

 

* Participants will be provided with all instruments worth Rs. 2500/-.
* Participants have to get extracted tooth
*  Hands-on on two patients

Advanced Endodontics

D
URATION: Regular course 2 days

Introduction to rotary instruments
Diagnosis & access preparation
Working length estimation
Apex locators
Instrumentation using rotary instruments
Obturation greater taper cones thermoplasticized gutta percha
Understanding M.T.A
Post endo management

#Participants will be provided rotary starter kit worth 3500*
#Participants have to get extracted tooth
*conditions apply

Basic Prosthodontic Course

D
URATION: Regular course (3 days for 3 weeks)/ short course (3days)

Fixed prosthodontics
• Case selection
• Examination

Abutment selection and evaluation

Principles of tooth preparation


Different types of tooth preparation

• Metal ceramic- anterior, posterior
• Metal crown preparation- posterior

Impression making techniques single, double stage and materials- elastomers

Model preparation – cast pouring


Shade selection-recent advances


Temporization – direct technique

• Indirect technique
• Recent advances.

Lab communication

Work authorization – pontic design, die preparation, characterization.


Cementation of crowns on prepared teeth


Checking marginal fit


Correction of occlusal interferences.

Advanced Prosthodontic Course

D
URATION: Regular course (3 days for 3 weeks)/ short course (3days)

Fixed prosthodontics
Treatment planning abutment evaluation
Preparation for metal free ceramic crowns
Laminate preparation
Cementation – resin cementation
Impression techniques—elastomeric impression
Tissue management- gingival retraction
Cast partial
• Designing
• Mouth preparation
• Impression procedures
• Trouble shooting in cast partial dentures

Overdentures
• Treatment planning
• Abutment selection
• Tooth preparation
• Impression procedure

Precision attachments
• Treatment planning
• Abutment selection
• Fabrication.

* Participants will be provided with all instruments and typhodonts

 

Aesthetic Dentistry

D
URATION: Regular course (3 days for 3 weeks)/ short course (3days)

Smile Design
Case selection
Esthetic alternatives to amalgam restorations” Anterior Composite restorations and trouble shooting associated with it Posterior composites and restorations
Shade selection
Direct composite veneers and laminates
Indirect restorations ( composite inlays and onlays)
Composite surface sealants
Shrinkage related problems and its management
Porcelain laminates and preparations
Perioesthetics
Bleaching and tooth whitening procedures
Use of colors/stains in esthetic restorations
Diastema closure :when to do/how much to do
Fiber reinforced restorations in case of mobile teeth/Splinting
Diagnosis and management of cracked/fractured tooth
Thermal sensitivity and its management
Finishing and polishing techniques of the restorations
Current Dental materials available and equipment familiarization

* Participants will be provided with all instruments and typhodonts

Dental Implants

M
ODULE-1

 

Introduction to implants
The Historical Development of Dental Implants
Step by Step Treatment Planning for Dental Implants
Patient Medical History for Dental Implant Surgery
Review of Different Dental Implant Systems
Basic Armamentarium for Implant Surgery
Radiographic Modalities for Implant Dentistry
Step by Step Surgical Technique for Dental Implants
Wound Healing and Suturing Techniques in Dental Implant Surgery
Bone Biology, Osseointegration, and Bone Grafting
Graft Materials, Membranes, and techniques for Dental Implants
Ridge Preservation Techniques
Pharmacological Agents Used in Implant Dentistry
Different implant systems available
Hands On placement of implants-dummy mandible

 

MODULE-2 (1 month after 1st module)

 

Live surgical demo –implant placement
Placement of 2 implants on patients by participants

 

MODULE 3 (2 months after 2nd module)
Impressions techniques for implants
Prosthetic phase by participants

 

* Participants should get their own patient and they are free to charge, in case participants wants center to provide patient, t&c apply
* Participants will get 2 implants with abutments for placement.

Post & Core

P
OST AND CORE-  HANDS ON

 

DURATION: Regular course 2 days
• Introduction
• Case selection
• Post space preparation and crown preparation
• Prefabricated posts
• Custom made post
• Impression of post space
• Post fit in

*Participants will be provided with all instruments

Laminates & Metal Free Crowns

D
URATION: Regular course 2 days

 

Module-1
• Introduction
• Case selection
• Indication and contraindication
• Treatment planning
• Diagnostic wax up
• Anterior guidance
• Laminate preparation
• Metal free crown preparation
• Impression for laminates

 

Module-2
• CAD CAM dentistry
• Temporization for laminates
• Shade analysis & tooth mapping
• Digital shade analyzer
• Resin cements
• Cementation of Laminates
• Cementation of Metal free crowns

 

* Participants will be provided with all instruments and typhodonts.

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